Can you believe February will be here soon? My birthday is in about 2 weeks! I’m celebrating with a bunch of my friends and having a wine and paint party….but that’s another story….
Our new challenge is ready for you at the Use Your Stuff blog! Renee is challenging us to use sequins and/or glitter on our pages. Now we all know that I have a love/hate relationship with glitter that I am not sure I will ever get over. Certainly not at this point, so I decided to forego actual glitter and instead, cracked open a big stack of glittered paper that I had. I really loved the red and knew it would be perfect for a Valentine’s card I need to send out to my Secret Cupid on the SCS site.
I totally CASE’d it off of this card from Pinterest! I hope you like it and I hope to see you play along with us on the blog this week!
Be My Valentine
Stamp: Stampin Up
It’s Use Your Stuff’s 200th challenge and we’re celebrating with a blog hop. Speaking of celebrating, that’s our challenge – CELEBRATE!!!
We are lucky to be sponsored by Kim Evans and her amazing store Emerald Creek Craft Supplies! She is giving one lucky winner a cute little prize pack. You need to make sure that you comment on each of the blogs for the hop because the lucky winner will be chosen from one of them!
I received my Stampin Up Paper Pumpkin for November and I really think it is cute…It’s a Christmas pack and I love that because Christmas is really big in my house and something that we really love to celebrate. Here are the 2 cards that I have created…
Merry and Bright
I really love the cute little stamp set and I know I will get lots of use from it~! As well as the blog hop, we are also having our usual weekly challenge so we hope that you will play along with our celebrate challenge this week. I look forward to seeing what you love to celebrate!
You should have arrived from Shirley’s blog. Below I have posted the all the stops on the hop for you in case you missed one!
So I started getting the paper pumpkin from Stampin’ Up. The September kit was a project I wasn’t really thrilled about so I decided to play around with some of the pieces for cards instead. I love the cute little fall stamps!
It works great for our challenge at Use Your Stuff this week, which is THANKFUL! So here is my card (with a little help from Pinterest! )
September Paper Pumpkin – Stampin’ Up
I hope you like it and don’t forget to play around with us over on the Use Your Stuff blog this week!
So I went to my Stampin UP card class on Tuesday and Susan had this great double easel card that we made. I just love learning new fancy folds and techniques. Totally fun! Here is one that I created for the Stuck On U Sketches challenge this month. It’s all about the key to your heart, so keys, locks and hearts!
DP: My Mind’s Eye
Die Cut: Provocraft (Sweethearts), Spellbinders
Embellishments: My Mind’s Eye & Dollar Store
Also entered into these challenges:
Allsorts: Love is all Around
Crafty Calendar: Anything Goes
Just Us Girls: LOVE
Scor-pal: More than one Score + Hearts (the larger square was scored to allow for the pop up, and then the smaller one was scored as well to allow for its pop-up)
Paper Creator’s Crafts: Love is in the Air
Chocolate, Coffee & Cards: Love is in the Air
Crafts for Eternity: With Love
Fussy and Fancy: It’s all about Love
Jo’s Scrap Shack: Shaped Cards
Hi Everyone! Tammy here and I am really excited to be a part of the Sunsational Stamps team and to bring you my first project as a DT member. I saw the Bluebird of Happiness on the Scrapping with Lisa site and thought it would make such a cute wedding card. Soon it will be the season for those pretty weddings, and it’s always great to have cards on hand.
The DP is from October Afternoon, and unfortunately I can’t remember the line it is. I used my Spellbinders dies to cut out the scalloped and regular squares. The image is colored with my copics and then I went over just a few areas with my Wink of Stella clear marker to give it a bit of sparkle. (It doesn’t seem to show well in the photo though). The sentiment is from Stampin Up (Labels of Love) and the little sparkly hearts are just from my stash. I hope you enjoy this card and don’t forget to stop by the store and see what inspires your next project!
It’s a new challenge at Red Carpet Studios this week. Our inspiration piece this week is just full of colors, ideas and such. The Book of Life! I haven’t seen this movie but my son has and he said it was fabulous!
In the Mexican town of San Angel, Manolo (Diego Luna), Maria (Zoë Saldana) and Joaquin (Channing Tatum) have been friends ever since childhood. Although their lives have taken different paths — Maria was sent to Europe, Joaquin joined the military, and Manolo studied to become a bullfighter — one thing remains the same: Manolo and Joaquin both want to marry Maria. Little does the trio know that battling husband-and-wife deities have made a high-stakes wager on the love triangle’s outcome.
The challenge is to use the photo above as your inspiration for your project. Our DT has created so many fun, diverse projects for you to check out on the blog
today. We also have a wonderful sponsor!
(Please click HERE for our 2015 challenge guidelines)
Here is my card. I loved the colors of this poster as well as the busy background which is what I used for my inspiration. I hope you like it and hope you will play along with us as well.
Cardstock: my stash
Image: Stampin Up
Twine: Dollar Store
Entered into these challenges:
: Get in Shape (use 3 different shapes..I have circles, rectangles and banners (arrows?)
Shopping our Stash
: not your normal paper (I’ve had this DP set for a couple of years…I love the colors and all the designs but I don’t want to use it, because it is so fun! )
It’s the long weekend here in Canada. Almost my entire house is sick. Yuk!
Our new challenge is up at Red Carpet Studio this week.
The theme is to create a Memorial Day (for our US friends) project….perhaps it is something that you do over the long weekend, like picnics & fireworks, camping…is it the theme of brotherhood and family, or do you have a special someone that serves in the armed forces. We want to see what you create.
As well, we have a wonderful sponsor, BUGABOO STAMPS!
As a Canadian, I am given many rights and privileges that would not be possible without those that serve in our armed forces. For that I extend my most humblest and sincerest thanks and admiration. Without you I could not be a free me. For my project this week, I have chose to honor those who serve.
Now of course I did it in Red and White ;) The image is Bugaboo’s Kidlet Army which I think is just adorable. I used my Taylored Expressions die for the white background. The red star behind the image is a Spellbinders. The Stars and sentiment are from Stampin Up. I hope you enjoy the card and please come by the blog and play along for a chance to win.
Have a wonderful long weekend everyone!