Archive for the ‘Birthday’ Category
Today I did this simple but elegant birthday card for my little sis! She is a very special person in my life so I did a classy card (for a classy girl) using the following:
The dimensions were provided in the video. Here are the instructions:
Hi Guys… I have been MIA… I was on vacation so I am a little late posting these but the videos are over at my YouTube channel.
You can buy all supplies at my Stamping Up Store
Owl Card using Stamping up paper, punches and Bombs away stamp set:
Happy Hour card using Happy Hour Stampin up set and paper:
The card measures 8.5″ x 5.5″ inches.
1. Fold whisper white 8.5″ x 11″ in half
3. Adhere the red strips to the card base. Cut the edges of the stips to match the width of the card once they are dry.
6. Use Square collections framelits to cut the sentiment mat
7. Stamp the Bombs Away Birthday photopolymer sentiment onto the square framelit shape.
8. Use life is a beach cricut cartridge to cut the anchor on the life saver.
9. Adhere both the life saver and sentiment to the card and you are done!
Here is the video
Today I am featuring the Giggle Greetings in the new Catalog. Supplies which you can purchase from my Stampin Up store are as follows:
Giggle Greetings 131065
Coastal Cabana paper 131297
Daffodil Delight paper 119683
Whisper White paper for the case base 100730
Basic Black ink 126980
Coastal Cabana 131175
Circle Collection Framelits 130911
Big Shot 113439
Modern Mosaic embossing folder 129984
Here is the video
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I have been a busy bee creating this Mermaid themed party. I used Christmas decorations (yes those are Christmas ornaments from Kholes) to hang around. I also used metallic mesh fabrics as well as black mesh bought at my local fabric stores. I decorated the goodie bags with the mermaid from Life is a beach cartridge. I also used the crab from the same cartridge. The invitation (featured as a thumbnail on the video) was also done with the Life is a beach cartridge. I also used the coral from SVGCuts.com (the Wet and Wild collection).
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