Showing posts with label Sale-a-Bration 2019. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Sale-a-Bration 2019. Show all posts

March 18, 2019

Update on the Lily Framelit Dies

Hey all, just a quick update on those Lily Framelit dies, they are officially SOLD OUT! Nope, that didn't take long at all! Keep in mind, we are in the final couple of weeks for Sale-a-bration, so everything is fair game at this point. Everything Sale-a-bration and Sale-a-bration Coordination is "while supplies last" and my predicition is, the Story Label punch will be next on the sold out list...just a hunch. But, bottom line, anything on your "must have" list, you will not want to wait because there's a pretty good chance you will miss out if you do.

I also have  survey open, I am looking to see what interest there may be out there in getting my monthly card classes "to go". I offer a monthly card class to my local customers and I'm currious as to whether or not there is an interest in having the opportunity to purchase these classes to go? If you would like to share your opinion, hop on over to the survey here

Anyhoo, Happy Stamping,

March 14, 2019

Hello Cupcake Sale-a-bration 2019 Bridge Card

Hey there! Thanks for stopping by again! I'm so glad you are here. I want to share a fun card with you using the Hello Cupcake Sale-a-bration stamp set. I'm really going to be sad when this stamp set leaves us at the end of the month. But, sadly, all great things do come to an end and Sale-a-bration is one of them. It ends on March 31st for another year. So, I do suggest, if there is anything on the Sale-a-bration list that you want, now is the time, because everything is currently "while supplies last" so as supply is depleted, items are being discontinued. Yes, sad it is indeed.
Anyway, today's card is the popular Bridge Card design. And OMG! It's so easy! But so fun!
So, here is my list of supplies with measurements:
Gorgeous Grape CS 4 1/4" x 8"; scored along the 8" side at 1 1/4"; 2 1/2"; 5 1/2"; and 6 3/4" and for the bridge a piece cut 1 1/4" x 5 1/2"
How Sweet It Is DSP 4 pieces 1" x 4" and for the bridge, 1" x  1/4"
Coastal Cabana 2 3/4" x 4"
Whisper White 2 1/2" x 3 3/4" and scraps for the cupcake
Coastal Cabana Ink
Gorgeous Grape Ink
Highland Heather Ink

Fold on all the score lines creating a gate-fold card with the ends folded back. Adhere DSP to the panels. Stamp the sentiment onto the piece of Whisper White CS in Gorgeous Grape and adhere to the Coastal Cabana panel and adhere to the inside center of the card. Then stamp another sentiment directly onto the DSP for the bridge also in Gorgeous Grape ink and layer onto the bridge CS. Using a strong adhesive such as Tear n Tape, adhere the bridge to the outer flaps of the card base, making sure to keep the bridge straight. Next stamp the cupcake wrapper in Coastal Cabana; and the frosting in Gorgeous Grape and Highland Heather. Cut these pieces out using your Paper Snips and add to the bridge with Stampin' Dimensionals.

I hope you enjoyed this quick and simple card and I hope it has encouraged you to try a Bridge card. And if you do, be sure to stop back here and share your results. I would LOVE to see.
And Before I forget, our friends at Stamp n Storage are at it again! They have come up with an awesome solution to our 6" x 6" paper storage! It's brand new today and YOU are first to hear about it! You can check it out by clicking here. And if you use the code 6N8PAPER at checkout, you will get 10% off today only!

Happy Stamping,

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March 13, 2019

Hello Cupcake Double Z-Fold

Hello and Happy Wednesday! Well, it's another cold winter day here in CNY but, it's staying daylight longer so Spring is coming...I hope lol. Anyhoo, I have a fun double Z fold card to share with you and it features the totally adorable Hello Cupcake Sale-a-bration stamp set. It's just so stinkin' cute.

To begin, you will need a card base that measures 4 1/4" x 11" scored at 2 3/4" and 6" ; I used Lovely Lipstick and added 2 pieces of DSP from the All My Love collection measuring 2 1/2" x 4" and 4 3/4" x 4"
Then, for the second Z fold piece, I used a piece of Flirty Flamingo cut 3" x 9" scored at 3" and 6" and folded into a Z. I then cut 2 pieces of Whisper White 2n3/4" x 2 3/4" and stamped the sentiments from Hello Cupcake in Lovely Lipstick ink and attached the Flirty Flamingo to the Lovely Lipstick card base. Then, I stamped the cupcake "wrapper" in Lovely Lipstick, the "cupcake" in Daffodil Delight and the "frosting" in Flirty Flamingo.

Sadly, as of yesterday, the coordinating Call Me Cupcake Framelit Dies sold out, however, these can easily be fussy cut, and I popped them up on Stampin' Dimensionals to complete the card.
I hope you enjoyed today's card. Be sure to stop in tomorrow for another fun card using this great Sale-a-bration offering.
Happy Stamping!

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March 5, 2019

Country Floral Dynamic Embossing Folder - Sale-a-bration Second Release

Good Morning and Happy Tuesday! I'm so glad you stopped by, I have a fun card to share with you that is so simple to recreate but really packs a punch and it's using the brand new Sale-a-bration second release item, the Country Floral Dynamic Embossing folder! I just LOVE this embossing folder. And it lends itself to some fun techniques like adding ink directly to the embossing folder to create a fun look. But for today's card, I ran the Whisper White panel through the Big Shot with the embossing folder, then  colored the flowers using a selection of Stampin' Blends and it really popped!
  I stamped the sentiment which comes from another SAB offering, Part of My Story using Calypso Coral ink and punched out using the Pretty Label punch and I layered that against a piece of Old Olive also punched out with the Pretty Label punch. I then punched a hole on the left edge and ran a piece of Calypso Coral ribbon through and tied it into a bow. I secured the Pretty Label piece with Stampin'  Dimensionals and adhered the panel to a Calypso Coral card base measuring 8 1/2" x 5 1/2" scored and folded at 4 1/4".And that my friends completes this card. 

Have a great day and Happy Stamping,

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February 5, 2019

Lasting Lily January Customer Appreciation Thank You Cards

Hello! Happy Tuesday and thank you for stopping by, I'm so glad you're here! Today, I want to share my thank you cards going out to all of my customers that placed an order with me in the month of January. It's using one of my favorite Saleabration stamp sets, Lasting Lily. This set has some amazing sentiments making it perfect for so many occasions and the only way to get this set is to place a minimum $100 order as it is a level 2 Saleabration set. And boy is it worth it!
To create these cards, I chose colors from the Gingham Gala designer series paper stack and cut my card bases from the coordinating cardstock 8 1/2" x 5 1/2" scored and folded at 4 1/4". I then cut the DSP 2 1/2" x 5 1/2" and adhered to the left side of the card base. I then cut the Whisper White panel 3" x 4" and stamped the smallest lily in the coordinating ink colors and the stems in Pear Pizzaz. I then stamped the sentiment onto scrap Whisper White using Memento Tuxedo Black ink and punched it out using the Pretty Label punch and attached to the card with Stampin' Dimensionals. I then added a few of the coordinating Gingham Gala Adhesive Backed Sequins to complete the card. 

The colors used are Daffodil Delight, Highland Heather, Balmy Blue, Lemon Lime Twist, and Grapefruit Grove. I love these colors and I love how these cards turned out. I hope you enjoyed today's cards. Be sure to visit my YouTube channel and watch the short video I did for these and while you're there, subscribe to my channel. I would really appreciate it.

In the meantime, Happy Stamping,

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