Oh my gosh! I am in *love* with this card. But I can't tell...is it rustic or Shabby Chic? Is there a difference? How can you tell?
The Meant to Be Bundle is so versatile. It's much more than just a Valentine's Day set. Wouldn't this be perfect for a rustic barn or outdoor wedding?
Not only that, but when you buy the bundle, not only do you save 10%, but you also qualify for a Free Sale-a-Bration item (through March 31). I wonder which one you would pick?
Base: Crumb Cake, 8 1/2" x 5 1/2"
Layer 1: Crumb Cake, 5 1/8" x 3 7/8", embossed with Pinewood Planks Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder
Hearts - Whisper White die cut with Be Mine Stitched Framelits Dies
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To stitch or not to stitch...is that even a question? When I saw today's CASE-ing Tuesday sketch, I thought "piece of cake". I got my card all finished and compared it to the photo, and thought, "There's stitched rectangles there!" So, I went and opened my brand new pack of Rectangle Stitched Framelits and my Stitched Shapes Framelits and very quickly made another card with stitching. Now...I know which one I like best. How about you? (Leave me a comment below and tell me which one is your favorite).
The Rectangle Stitched Framelits has 13 stitched dies, perfect for making layered mats for card making or scrapbooking. You can purchase them separately for $35 or bundle them with the Amazing Life Stamp Set and save 10%. And since the bundle is $50.25, you' qualify for a free Sale-a-Bration item, too!
Want to play along with the CASE-ing Tuesday group?
Use the sketch to plan out your card. You can change a lot, a little, or make the card just as it is in the catalog. Then post it to the Facebook thread. We can’t wait to see your cards. You can use the following hashtag if you post your card elsewhere on Facebook #CASEingtuesday183.
Remember yesterday I was telling you all about the difference in the Level 1 and Level 2 Sale-a-Bration choices? Did you know there are also Project Ideas? This is something new this year and I'm so excited! As I was looking through them yesterday, I saw a project using the Lasting Lily Stamp Set and I loved it! In fact, I loved it so much, I CASE'd them to show you today.
Now, what's really cool is Stampin' Up! has listed all the products you need to make these yourself.
All of this comes to $118 (before tax and shipping), which gives you the Lasting Lily Stamp Set for free! There's a single button which places all of the above items in your shopping cart.
This is really a must for anyone whose fallen in love with this Lasting Lily Stamp Set and wondering what it would take to make beautiful cards yourself. And I've included a tutorial below for you, using these products so you can turn around and make them at home.
Base: Old Olive, 8 1/2" x 5 1/2", embossed with Garden Trellis Textured Impressions Embossing folder (because I don't have the Lace one yet)
Layer 1: Whisper White, 5 1/2" x 3 1/2"
Layer 2: Pool Party, 1/2" x 2 1/2"
Today is the very last day to register for the 2019 Occasions Paper Share! I have room for just ONE more! Contact me today to register. For more events, be sure to visit my Events Calendar.
My neighborhood craft fair is this weekend. And before you roll your eyes and think, oh a little tiny craft fair...there are 2500 homes in my neighborhood! It will be great to see neighbors both familiar and new.
I'm putting some last minute touches on things and making sure I'm ready. This morning, I packaged up these cute Signs of Santa elf packets. Each holds a small hand sanitizer - perfect for teachers, bank tellers, grocery clerks, postal workers - anyone who comes in contact with the pubic during cold and flu season will appreciate that you thought of them. As you can see, I've used the Tags and Tidings bundle for the gift tags. I love that one stamp and die made light work of creating 16 tags. I was done in no time flat!
If you're in the area, come by and see me at the Briar Chapel Fall Market, happening from 11-2 in the Clubhouse. Mention my blog and you can pick a free card!
No time to type! I'm busy, busy, busy getting ready for this Craft fair. But, stay tuned for Saturday's Crafty Saturday Facebook Live where I'll show you how to make this hand sanitizer packet, plus a few more gift packaging ideas!
Upcoming Events - Registration Closes Early this Month
I love a good Sketch Challenge! And this one from Inspire. Create. is great. Clean, simple lines, without too many layers is perfect for both new and experience stampers.
Knowing my Product of the Week is the Making Christmas Bright Bundle, I lost no time making not one, but TWO cards for this challenge: one for Christmas, and one for Halloween!
Which one do you like best? Leave me a comment below and I'll send one lucky person the card of their choice.
Have you enjoyed this week's cards using the Making Christmas Bright Bundle?
Did you know there's a Making Christmas Bright Cards Supply Set? Stampin' Up! has taken all the guess work out when it comes to ordering. The Making Christmas Bright Cards Supply Set comes with everything you need to create picture perfect cards. Look what all is included!
If you used the Whisper White Thick Cardstock for your bases, you could get 48 full sized cards from this Supply Set. That's AMAZING!
The Making Christmas Bright Cards Supply Set is $72. If you order this anytime from my store, I will send you the 4-card tutorial from my Making Christmas Bright Sweet & Simple Class absolutely free as a thank you gift.
Base: Call me Clover, 8 1/2" x 5 1/2"
Layer 1: Basic Black, 5 1/8" x 3 7/8"
Layer 2: Whisper White, 5" x 3 3/4"
Layer 3: Basic Black, 1 3/8" x 3 3/4"
Layer 4: Whisper White, 1 1/4" x 3 3/4
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