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Archive for December, 2010

Let’s Eat Chocolate!

Here’s my version of this candy bar holder. This was a fast & easy project to make, and it has chocolate!!  This will be the 2nd project for the January 28th class.  I’m trying to get all the Valentine’s projects in early so everyone can make them! Oh, and the chocolate bar is included in the class!!

Posting Number 123110

Components:

Stamp Sets: Teeny Tiny Wishes, Eat Chocolate

Paper: Real Red, Early Espresso, DSP Love Impressions

Ink: Real Red, Early Espresso

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Sale-a-Bration Sneak Peek

I made this gift card holder birthday card using some of the SAB DSP, Ice Cream Parlor. The paper is so vibrant and it’s actually a kit with self adhesive die cuts!  This will be the other card we are doing on January 7th. Two of the stamp sets are from the upcoming Occasions Mini as well. I’ll update the post with the card components when I find my SAB catalogs!

Posting number 122810

Inside of the card

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Check out this promotion by Stampin’ Up! … from now until January 24th, you can get a great deal on some Valentine products! Check out the details of this BUNDLE promotion and Designer Series Paper HERESHOP NOW

Filled with Love Set (page 43 of Holiday Mini Catalog). After January 3, 2011, this set will only be available as part of the Filled with Love Bundle.

 

Love Patterns Designer Series Paper Pack – contains 12 sheets total of two double-sided designs.

FREE Bitty Buttons (page 186 of large catalog) – contains 64 buttons total, 16 each of 4 styles … a $4.95 value.
NOTE: You can purchase the Love Patterns Designer Series Paper Pack for $9.95. However, the FREE Bitty Buttons are only included with the Bundle.

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Happy Valentine’s Day

I saw this card on SCS and just changed it around a bit.  This will be a project on my Jan 28th class. The set is from the upcoming Occasions Mini, Valentine Defined along with the Valentine DSP.  It was very easy to do, one of the fastest cards I’ve made in a long time. Enjoy!

Posting number: 122610

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Eat Chocolate

I just love the cute little Eat Chocolate set in the upcoming Occasions Mini.  It’s very cute and delicate.  I’ll be using it in a bundle class in February.  Check out the workshops tab for more details.

I actually used the Jolly Holiday Christmas paper on these projects!  I love when SU doesn’t make all the “themed” paper specific to that certain holiday. I have so much of it, you’ll be seeing it a lot over the course of the next few months!

 

Card Components:’

Card Stock: Early Espresso, Very Vanilla, DSP Jolly Holiday

Ink: Cherry Cobbler, Early Espresso

Punches: 2″ circle, Ribbon border punch

Sizzix Die: Fancy Favor Box

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Although I think all my customers should have the new Occasion Mini’s in the mail by now. This will be one of the cards on the January 7th class.  I hope to have a lot more of January & February projects up in the next two weeks so check back often!!!

Oh, and I didn’t CASE anyone on this!!!!

Posting Number: 122010

Card Components:

Stamp Set: Valentine Defined

Card Stock: Real Red, Whisper White

Ink: Real Red, Chocolate Chip

Accessories: Build A Brad, 5/8″ Real Red Ribbon

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Birthday Bonanza!

Every year, I give my bosses wife a bunch of cards for Christmas. I thought I had a lot, but turns out, I only have a few. Over the next week, I need to make about 50 of them!!!  She gives me nice gifts so I need to give her nice cards!  I’ll be doing some cards of past posts.  Not sure if I’ll be getting my Christmas cards out…..looks like it’s going to be Happy New Year cards!!

These are from a style a few months back. I used a retired scrapbook kit Primary Colors. You can still order it on my site on the Clearance Rack!

 

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I mean a REAL post and not a promotion!  It’s been so hectic lately, so sorry to neglect my blog!!!  I have to admit that I didn’t even do this card!  This was given to my on my birthday by one of my downline girls! She does great work.  Thanks Karen!

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