Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Stylish Stems in Peach

While I still had the Stylish Stems framelits on my desk from Stamp-a-Stack... and some left-over Peekaboo Peach CS... I thought I might as well put it to use...

Here is the card that I put together for you today:

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Monday, March 27, 2017

We saved the butterflies!

Sooo on one of the days of Stamp-a-Stack this month we got a really good laugh. You see the butterfly background on card #2 (see here) was supposed to be in landscape... but some of the ladies didn't pay attention to that tiny detail and ran the cardstock through the BigShot with the CS in portrait in the folder... and if they had used it like that ... the butterflies would fly sideways. We quickly corrected that and therefore had some left-over textured CS that needed to be used up... I did that today:

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Saturday, March 25, 2017

March Stamp-a-Stack, Card #2 - Special Reason

This is card #2 of Stamp-a-Stack this month... On this card I used the backside of the embossed butterflies background for a more subtle look and more neutral ribbon...

To achieve the "multi colored" look of the small flower, we first inked up the image in the lighter color and then used a sponge dauber to add some darker ink onto the previously inked up image... then stamped on white CS... very easy and so pretty!

And here is the same card, with the butterfly background the normal way and sparkly ribbon:

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Friday, March 24, 2017

March Stamp-a-Stack, Card #1 - Basket Bunch

Now I am going to show you one of this month's Stamp-a-Stack card ... which is an Easter card... I just LOVE the bundle used here! It's called "Basket Bunch"

It was a LOT of die-cutting, especially since the ladies were making 5 cards each LOL ... but we still had tons of fun!

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Thursday, March 23, 2017

Swap Cards - Theme: Congratulations

This month's swap theme was "Congratulations" and since we had a pretty small group in participation, I played along and made a Graduation card!

Here are the cards...





Wednesday, March 22, 2017

I love dragonflies...So very much

Get the blog title? LOL a play on the stamp set names ... Anyways, today I've put together an ultra fast card with the help of the large word stamp and gorgeous DSP called "Serene Scenery"...

Oh and the dragonflies were die-cut from the DSP called "Urban Underground". I love those little dots on them...

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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Thailand Achievers Blog Hop - Last call for Sale-a-Bration

Welcome to the Thailand Incentive Trip Achievers Blog Hop for March 2017. This month our theme is the "Last call for Sale-a-Bration". Did you know that Sale-a-Bration finishes at the end of THIS MONTH??? Soooo, now is the time to make sure you've collected all the wonderful Sale-a-Bration products for FREE that won't be available after this month.

If you are reading my blog in an email, please be sure to click over to my blog to see the sample and the hop list underneath...

Here is my contribution for today's blog hop:

And you might be able to tell... I've used THREE Sale-a-Bration items here ;-) You can find all the supplies on the very bottom of this post.

The card was very heavily inspired by our CEO Sara Douglass! She posted this awesome video on Facebook yesterday that showed the Designer Paper Emboss Resist Technique...
If you would like to see the technique demoed by Sara, please follow this link, by clicking here! (or copy and paste:  https://www.facebook.com/asarathing/videos/1481173541907593/  )

Oh and how exciting is this... even more items were added TODAY to the selection of free products! See here:

But back to our hop.... You may just be starting the blog hop here at my blog - Claudia Perry or may have come from the person previous to me in the list. If you get off track at any time, the full lineup below will help you move along from blog to blog so you see all the projects. At the moment you are visiting Claudia Perry. 

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Please contact your demonstrator to place an order for these products.....if you don't have a demonstrator yet, feel free to order here...

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