Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Luv2stamp Blog Hop, Video Faux Watercolor, New Sale-a-bration Items, and Another Video From Stampin' Up!

This is my second project for our meeting on Saturday. I used all three colors of the Succulent Garden Cardstock Pack that was given in Patty's packet. I cut them down to 4 1/4" x 8 1/2" scored at 4 1/4".



I've got a video to show you how I did the Faux Watercolor background. Its easy, take a look:


Cutting Guide:

4 1/4" x 8 1/2" Old Olive, Mint Macaron and Tip Top Taupe cardstock, scored, 4 1/4"
4" x 4" Thick Whisper White cardstock
Scraps of Calypso Coral, Sweet Sugarplum and Mint Macaron

Supply List:

You won't want to miss the projects from the other presenters:

Patty Bennett
Jason Loucks
Wendy Cranford
Melanie Hawkins

We have one more blog hop on Thursday. You won't want to miss it.

Don't miss this video from Stampin' Up! about the New Glimmer Paper Assortment Pack.



Starting today, you can now order the NEW Sale-a-bration items. Remember you can choose one of these items for every $50 you spend, no limit.

And these Sale-a-bration items still available.
I've extended the RSVP date to 2-23-17. I must have payment by that date so I can order the products you will receive in class. Email me if you'd like to come. I can send you a PayPal invoice ($2 extra) or you can mail me a check. Long distant people, I can mail your tin and kit, $13.60 priority mail.

I've only got a couple more spots left.

When placing your online order, please use this hostess code: SZBNHN3N unless your order is $150 or more, then you keep the Hostess Rewards. Did you know when your order/party gets to $250 you receive $25 more in Hostess Rewards during Sale-a-bration?
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3 comments:

Beth Norman said...

Your cards are adorable. I really wanted to order the bunnies and now I'm sorry I didn't because your card is absolutely cute. (although I didn't buy the bunnies I still spent $200 from the Occasions mini).

Anonymous said...

WOW! Wonderful cards! I forget to use the clear blocks to ink and stamp.
Hugs-Kavi Coulson

angie1966 said...

I'm brand new to all papercrafting and learning a lot. I wanted to thankyou for such an informative blog. I love you put the paper size guide on all your tutorials. Reading your blog is easy too and with the added video in some I must say you're a super talented lady.
Can I ask though in the video where you stamped the block then spritzed it off camera, you weren't happy with the result on the card so you did it again. Now me being me wouldn't of wanted to waste the first card so I'd of put some kitchen paper over and blobbed (don't know if that's a word lol) off, when you went to do the second one I thought wouldn't it be better to spritz the block before you ink it ?? Have you tried doing it that way ever? Lol hope you don't mind me asking ? I'm sure you're thinking what a daft question lol. But as like I said very new so no question is daft for me yet lol. Thankyou for your great blog and sorry for a long reply lol.