Hi there and thank you for patiently waiting for the second video. I have been so busy and just have not had time to upload the second video till now.
I used SVGcuts (click on the SVG banner to the right of this post) and search for Summer Street Carnival set. I used the tent box for my carousel.
The centerpieces came out really cute and everybody liked them at the party. The video gives you an idea on how you can make your own.
Babies are popular and so are baby showers! Today I start a series of videos showing you how to create a successful baby shower.
The first step is to decide what theme your baby shower will be. I chose a Safari or Jungle themed as the mommy-to-be is having a boy.
The first video will show you how to make the invitation. The themed colors are green, chocolate brown, yellow and orange.
Here are some pictures of the shower:
Here is the video on the card
Bazzil Cardstock – baby blue and chocolate brown
Cut Chocolate brown paper in 1/2 to create a 6″x12″ piece. Score at 6″
Cut baby blue mats at 5 3/4″
Stamps: My creative time and Martha Stewart
Inks – Stamping UP
Punches – EK Success- Scallops
Chocolate brown ribbon – Walmart
Green paper – Bazzil – punch 2 3/8″ scallop circle
White paper – Georgia Pacific – punch 2″ scallop circle
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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Happy Weekend! Today I made this feminine card using my Stampin Up products along with my creative time stamps.
As advised you guys before I will be using all my supplies to show you how versatile the Stampin Up products are. You can see the inks add a nice touch to the paper and made the stamped images really pop.
Thanks for watching!