Previous month:
October 2010
Next month:
December 2010

Posts from November 2010

Holiday Helper 2010

Holiday helper graphic The holidays are just around the corner, and I have a wonderful opportunity for you! I am going to be sending out 12 Days of Holiday Helper Projects that will put you in the holiday mood and help you enjoy a handcrafted holiday season. With each mailing, you will receive a picture of the finished project, plus a complete supply list with a step-by-step tutorial that shows you exactly how to do the project.

My current newsletter subscribers will begin receiving the Holiday Helper on Wednesday, November 17th.  If you are not a subscriber, you can receive the Holiday Helper by simply signing up in the box to the right.  Your Holiday Helper subscription will begin immediately.

Happy Holiday Stampin'




Order Stampin' Up!

Back to the real world.....

I think it can be a little difficult to return to the real world after a vacation at Walt Disney World.  We had a great time, but I was glad to be home.  You'll probably get bombarded with scrapbook pages of our trip in the coming months, but for now, I'm just going to indulge by showing one of my favorite pictures of the kids.

IMG_1158 101
As you can see, my little punkin was smiling away most of the time, while my big kid just tried not to look bored.  I wasn't able to get too many pictures of the two of them together, so this one is special.

Now it's back to the real world of stamping and can you believe it?  My hands haven't held a stamp in almost 3 weeks!  I'm hoping to get in a little creative time this weekend.  Lucky for you, though.....I still have my October stamp club projects to share.

Last month, I focused on using the Stampin' Up fabric on cards.  I was a little intimidated at first to use the fabric adhesive, but it was so easy that I can't wait to order more!

I'm going to try to put together a video this weekend and show you how simple it really is. 

Fabricsnowflakecard The snowflake was die-cut with the Snowflake #2 Originals die and the Big Shot.  The scallop border was created with the new Tasteful Trim die---so much fun to use!

I'll share the other 2 fabric cards we made last month with you real of them definitely requires a video!  But I'm pretty sure you'll love it!

Happy Stampin'



Order Stampin' Up!