Thursday, July 12, 2018

Easy rolled flowers with Stampin' Up papers

I have always loved flowers and it is so great that you can make them from paper!  If you join Stampin' Up you will not only get discounts, but ideas on beautiful projects you can make, and this wreath was one that a member of the Artisan Designer team recently posted.  She made easy rolled flowers from paper and I know that there are lots of other fun projects you can make with rolled paper spiral flowers.

Here are the pictures on how you make these simple rolled flowers:



 You can use plain paper, printed paper, or stamped paper for the flowers.  Check out Stampin' Up's facebook page for more ideas, as well as my online store, where you can either order items or join as a Stampin' Up demonstrator and receive lots of free products!  There is a special if you join where you receive free inkpads!
 
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https://www.facebook.com/stampinup 

July is a perfect month to purchase Stampin' Up designer papers, as the promotion is you get one free set of papers if you order 3!



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Join in the fun today!

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Sunday, July 1, 2018

Red, white & blue July blog hop - Happy 4th of July


Welcome to the July 2018 blog hop with Di's Country Inkers!  Our theme this month is red, white, and blue – of course to celebrate 4th of July!  Here is my project for the blog hop:

 I had so much fun with the large letter framelits diecuts and wanted to use them again, and decided to spell out my son’s name for an “eclipse” birthday card for him this month.  An eclipse card is where you pop up the die cut letters/image by adding dimensional pop-up dots to the back of the letters and applying the letters over the cut out openings.  The trick is to make sure you measure and cut accurately and use thick foam adhesive under the letters – the Stampin’ Up dimensionals are perfect for this!  Or you could use the foam adhesive strips.  I think this technique was also called “shadowing.”


 Here are a few closeups and other angles of my card:







These are the Stampin’ Up products I used for my card:

Large letters framelits

Blueberry bushel inkpad, cardstock, and 6 x 6 designer paper (this is one of the current new In colors)
Poppy parade cardstock and 6 x 6 designer paper (in the brights color pad)
Silver metallic thread
Polka dot tulle ribbon (I dyed it with the blueberry inkpad – it was very messy and I had blue fingers for quite a while so will probably wear gloves next time; the inkpad was brand-new and very juicy!)
 Metallic pearls in silver
Pop up dimensionals (cut in half to fit the letters as needed)


 You can get all of these Stampin’ Up products in my online store:  http://www.stampinup.net/esuite/home/marynoble/

You can view a tutorial of the eclipse technique on Stampin’ Up youtube site here:  https://youtu.be/0Tk1QzQ5h20

Please go through all the creative blogs ahead and see all the wonderful creations from everyone.  At the end of this post you'll see the next blog hopper - click on that link and go to her blog.  And you can do the same for every blog until you get to the end.

The next blog you will hop to Trisha:

  
http://www.creativelystamping.blog 

Thanks for stopping by and have a fun and safe 4th of July!

Here is a list of all of this month’s bloggers:

 BTW, if you want to join Stampin’ Up, you can do this in my online store as well and for the month of July, you can take advantage of the Stampin’ Pad Family Recruiting Promotion. During this promotion, new recruits will receive a FREE assortment of Classic Stampin' Pads of their choosing with their Starter Kit!  Each Stampin’ Pad Family is an assortment of 10 coordinating ink pads from one of the following color collections: Brights, Neutrals, Regals, Subtles, and 2017–2020 In Colors.
http://www.stampinup.net/esuite/home/marynoble/jointhefun




And if that’s not enough, for the month of July you can buy three packages of select Designer Series Paper and get one FREE!




Saturday, June 23, 2018

Fun colors in June Paper Pumpkin



Have you seen the new June Paper Pumpkin card kit by Stampin' Up yet?  What gorgeous colors in it!  And what is even better, it coordinates with a stamp set in the Stampin' Up catalog!!  I think these monthly kits that arrive direct to your home just keep getting better and better....



 
Below is a link about this kit:  June's Broadway Star kit is stealing the show this summer! Check out the unboxing video and get started creating these show-stopping birthday cards today! And stay tuned after the unboxing to learn about the coordinating Broadway Bound product suite, full of products that coordinate with your Broadway Star Paper Pumpkin kit!  Paper Pumpkin by Stampin’ Up! is a crafting subscription kit that delivers creativity to your door every month. Each box includes everything you need to make a stunning project.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZvQ9_ghcLmw&feature=youtu.be

Easy to get your own Paper Pumpkin in my online store:  http://www.stampinup.net/esuite/home/marynoble/  (pay as you go or prepaid option subscriptions)

Every kit includes an exclusive stamp set, ink spot, and embellishments to create a predesigned project. At least six times a year, we send an all card kit with eight or more cards. Sometimes the kit includes cards plus gift bags, banners, treat bags, or boxes. Other times, it’s home d├ęcor, giftables, or just treat packaging. 



Wednesday, June 20, 2018

So many pretty designer papers from Stampin' Up

Stampin' Up has really outdone themselves with the new designer papers - they come in both 12 x 12 and 6 x 6 and such pretty designs.  Available in my online store:  http://www.stampinup.net/esuite/home/marynoble/
Here are a few of them:











Here is a fun, cute project you can do with them, besides cardmaking and scrapbooks - cover jar lids - great for gift giving:
It will be hard to narrow down your choices; I usually just get them all lol!
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Monday, June 18, 2018

Shammy this, shammy that...what is a shammy?

Such a funny name for a super useful new Stampin' Up item!  So what does a shammy look like?  For one, I love the color - here is a picture of it:

And here is a description of what this item is used for:

Simply Shammy  #l47042; $8 - This reusable stamp cleaning cloth makes stamp cleaning effortless. Just add water, then wipe stamps on the shammy. Durable, thick shammy easily cleans ink from narrow grooves. No lint, no chemicals—just clean! (Ink will stain shammy but won’t transfer to your fingers or other stamps.) With its portable 5" x 7" (12.7 x 17.8 cm) size it fits neatly in a stamp case.  Available in my online store:  http://www.stampinup.net/esuite/home/marynoble/
    
Clear-Mount Stamp Cases #119105  $6 for 4 cases  
       



You can cut it up into smaller pieces - Before you use your Simply Shammy, you need it to be moist, so use your Stampin' Spritzer. But you don't want water getting all over your grid paper! So, take a spare stamp case, here I have used a standard sized one, and place your Simply Shammy inside. It's a perfect fit. Now you can spritz it with water and keep it in there to clean your stamps. Don't forget that when you've finished creating you need to let it dry out between uses. Leave the stamp case open until the Simply Shammy is dry.

Order your shammy and case in my online store:
 http://www.stampinup.net/esuite/home/marynoble/
 



Thursday, June 14, 2018

Awesome new Stampin' Up colors!

Wow, doesn't this color just pop out at you?  It's one of Stampin' Up's new colors - Granny Apple Green!!  Can't you just smell the green apples that are being peeled for an apple pie?!   It is so refreshing and invigorating to see the beautiful new colors which are available to purchase in my online store
 http://www.stampinup.net/esuite/home/marynoble/

Take a look at a few card projects made with these new colors!!  (of course I am partial to the purple tones lol)
Poppy Parade, Lovely Lipstick, and Gorgeous Grape


  Shaded Spruce, Highland Heather, and Pineapple Punch


and Gray Granite and Petal Pink
There are some returning favorite colors; so be sure to look in my online store for them as well!
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