20 December 2009
Cardstock: Brilliant Blue, Real Red, Yo Yo Yellow
Ink: Brilliant Blue, Real Red, Yo Yo Yellow, Basic Grey
16 December 2009
Stampin’ Up! have a “Inventory Clearance Sale” going on right now! You can get great discounts on all sorts of stamp sets and accessories and the really awesome thing is that there is no minimum purchase to buy, and no limits as to how many you can buy! SAVE UP TO 50% ON SOME ITEMS!
At these prices, stocks will run out fast, so e-mail me your order today and don’t miss out on these amazing specials!!
Check out the flyer with all the details by clicking THIS LINK, but here are the items available at a big discount:
15 December 2009
Great news! A few of the popular products from the Spring Mini Catalogue are still available for purchase, although the sales period for the mini is now over. These products will also be available in next year’s Idea Book and Catalogue.
|112534||Jumbo brads 5/16" Neutrals Assortment||$18.50|
|112533||Jumbo brads 5/8" Neutrals Assortment||$16.25|
|114889||Scallop Oval punch||$35.95|
|106960||StazOn ink pad (White pad and refill)||$26.95|
12 December 2009
Anyway, I have still been crafting so will share some things I have made over the next few days.
First up is a progressive scrapbook page:
The simple concept of the progressive scrapbook page is that you make a 6x6 page:
Step it up to an 8 1/2" x 11" (A4):
Then into a 12x12:
I recently purchased a Colour Coach from SU! as I find it easy to keep within the "colour families" that SU! have created, but unless I am matching my colours to designer papers, I sometimes struggle with selecting colours across the colour familes. For this layout, I knew that I wanted to make the calf a focus so chose Creamy Caramel for the background then layered on Chocolate Chip. I used my Colour Coach to select Tempting Turquoise as a coordinating colour. I would never have thought of teaming it with Creamy Caramel and Chocolate Chip as it is from the Bold Brights range but it really does make this layout pop!
I used the retired Daisy Field wheel in Chocolate Chip on the 12x12 Creamy Caramel but because the Chocolate Chip cardstock is quite dark, I clear heat embossed the wheel then coloured the flowers in using my white gel pen.
Stamps: Daisy Field (retired wheel), Hello Again (Summer Mini)
Cardstock: Creamy Caramel, Chocolate Chip, Tempting Turquoise, Whisper White, Ski Slope DSP (Retired)
Ink: Chocolate Chip, Versamark, Creamy Caramel
Accessories: Scallop Oval Punch, Large Oval Punch, Round Tab Punch, Basic Grey Marker, Scallop Border Punch, White Gel Pen, Clear Embossing Powder, Heat Tool, Powder Pal