Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Last Friday Night Stampin' Event at Grace Church






We had a little group last Friday but it was sure a lot of fun! These are 2 things I brought for us to make:)

This first card is actually more like a shadow-box that can mail like a card. How neat is that! I made it for one special friend who has a birthday this month:) Hope she likes it!

I wish I could take credit for the idea but this stroke of brilliance comes from another Stampin' Up! Demonstrator named Barb Mullikan. She did a great video tutorial to make this card almost exactly the way I did.

Recipe: Vintage Vogue Stamp Set; Pale Plum and Whisper White Card Stock; Perfect Plum, Pale Plum, and Kiwi Kiss (retired) Inks; Paper Snips, Button Bouquet (retired), Linen Thread, Silver brads, medium Window Sheet, 1 1/4" Square Punch,Score Pal, Crop-A-Dile, glue dots, dimensionals.

The next little goodie was LOTS of fun to make! The ladies were surprised how much easier this was to make than it looked:) They so enjoyed the cool, new punch($15.95 value) we can get for FREE from the Sale-A-Bration catalog just for having a $50 order.

The template is made from Jenny Moors' great tutorial for an Easel Desk Calendar. Take a look at the side view to see the easel part. What a neat idea that makes a dynamite gift. You can fill the drawer with note paper, 3x3" cards or chocolates, or any other little treasures you might think of. I'm usually a great, big copycat on decorative designs but this one is actually my own:) I just love the Seasons of Friendship Stamp Set!!

Recipe: Seasons of Friendship Stamp Set; Not Quite Navy, Ruby Red, Basic Black, Kraft and Whisper White Card Stock; Ruby Red, Not Quite Navy and Basic Black ink pads; Ruby Red, Pumpkin Pie and More Mustard Markers;Scallop Trim Border, 1 1/4" Square, and 1"-1 3/8" Circle Punches; Kraft Corduroy Button brad, Earth Elements brad, Vippie's Calendars.

Thanks, so much, for visiting!!

10 comments:

Luv 2 Cre8 With U said...

Both of these projects are great, Lee! I really like the vintage vogue stamp set. It is so elegant.

Wendy Hawkinson said...

I love both of these projects!

~Wendy Hawkinson

Redparrot53 said...

Hi Lee,
New to your great blog, came in from the SU group!
Love the projects you made, especially the shadow box, very nice!
Keep up the great work girl!

Lori Stilger said...

I really love your shadow box card! It's beautiful! And thanks for the chance at your blog candy. :) I LOVE our satin ribbon - I wish I could get all the colors at one time! LOL!
TFS!

Karen said...

Great projects Lee! Definitely going to have to try the calendar one.

T said...

I love the last project. IT EVEN HAS A DRAWER!

Tiffany Carra
twolf84@digitex.net

ArtisticInkspirations said...

Love the Vintage vogue card.. looks almost like it has a light inside.

Sue said...

Great projects! I especially love the card -- very beautiful.

Sharon said...

I love the easel card! Isn't it just the greatest! I also love how you added it to the box. What a great idea. Thanks for sharing!

Carolyn Sharkas said...

I love this shadowbox card and the little easel box, such cute projects.
I have made the easel box but not the shadowbox card. I really need to try that one.
ceashark at aol dot com
thanks for sharing.