I loved the Christmas frame Ali Edwards pictured on her blog here http://aliedwards.typepad.com/photos/holiday_projects_2006/holiday2.html. Christmas is my favorite time of the year, the smells, the music & the sights!
These frames were so easy and did not take any time at all. My first frame is from last year Stampin' Up! Christmas paper. I made one of the little origami Christmas trees that I had seen on SCS. I stamped one of the little $1 Micheal's stamps (Christmas tree row) and Holiday Hello from Stampin' Up! Circle of Friendship. All the paper was peiced together, they were all scraps that I had in a little baggie.
The second frame is paper from Rob & Bob Studio from Provo Craft. I love their fun and funky Christmas colors. The blues, pinks and greens are awesome in the pack of paper, plus it is only $9.99 for 90 sheets at Michael's! Pretty cool I think. The Joy to the World stamp is from a Inkadinkadoo pack.
Thursday, October 25, 2007
I *heart* craft fair time. I think it is a season in itself. I love seeing what other people make and how they use their creativity. I think it jumpstarts my own!
The frames are from Micheals ($1/each) I coated with mod podge and used it to hold down the Designer Paper from SU! Creative License Simply Scrappin kit. After it was dry I added the embellishments from the stickers inside the kit.
Target had a great deal on Magnetic Acrylic Frames a couple of weeks ago, a 2 pack for 94 cents. I snatched up all they had a used them for the calendars I got at http://www.blogger.com/www.stamponthis.com . I ahve used various stamps and paper for these. I tried to make at least 2 of the same design, so just in case I have a favorite, I won't feel so bad about swiping it!
box. I bought these so long ago, I am not sure where they came from! You can usually fit 6 cards in each box if they are not too bulky. I copy the inside sentiment (if there is one) on plain copy paper and insert it in the back so we don't have to keep opening the box for people to see them.
I saw these cute little ornaments on Marah Johnson's blog (look over on the right hand side for link) and thought they were so cool! I loved them. I am making these for my craft fair but secretly hoping they do not sell so I can put them on my daughter's silver feather Christmas tree...I think theat would be ROCKIN'!!!
Hope you all have a great week and happy creating!
Monday, October 22, 2007
The Stampin' Up! Angel Policy has changed. Now to think of places you can sell cards and things!
I found this information here:
I found this information here:
All changes go into effect on 11/15/07.
Sunday, October 21, 2007
Pick a pack of Pretty Papers
This is a new Stampin' Up customer special from November 1 - 30th
Buy 3 packs of Designer Series Paper and get 1 FREE ($13.50 Value)
No limits and No restrictions
What a great time to stock up on your paper crafting supplies or buy some Christmas gifts for the special crafters in your life.
The Designer Series paper is 12x12 and features patterns printed on both sides. See page 170 to 173 of the Fall & Winter Catalogue and Page 12 & 19 of the Holiday Mini for all the pretty patterned papers to choose from.
Outlaw & Apple Cider Designer Series Paper packs feature warm desert colours and coordinate beautifully with the Boho West collection of stamps (True Friend, Fabulous Flowers, Wanted and Bronc Buster) and accessories.
Brocade Background & Le Jardin Designer Series Paper packs have rich hues that blend beautifully with the Tapestry collection of stamps (Illuminations, Brocade Basics, Baroque Motifs & Sweet Sampler) and accessories.
Notations No. 2 Designer Series Paper will help create colourful and contemporary projects for your corner office.
Holiday Harmony & Wintergreen Designer Series Paper packs are sure to create warm holiday projects.
Prints Designer Series Papers come in 16 of the most popular colours including 4 of this seasons In Colour collection.
Contact me for more information.
Thursday, October 04, 2007
I love this time of the year! I get busy doing my craft fair things and gearing up for the holiday season. I wish the weather would cool off here and maybe I could get a better hang on things.
A new Hobby Lobby opened up here this week and I have yet to get there but tomorrow is a new day.
Ok...on with the Frappacino bottles. I saw this adorable snowman on SCS (my FAV site) http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/418083?sort=&page=&sortby=&sorttime=&sortdir= and I tthought Santa would be great for those filled with some holiday candy and talk about cheap teacher ideas. If you have 4 kids like I do, you have to set a budget for gifts!
I painted the bottles with Santa Red acrylic paint, 2 coats and let dry over night. The black belt belt was ran through a crimper and stuck on with Red Liner Tape. The Liquid Applique works really well on the glass, I was scared that it wouldn't.
Thanks for stopping by!