Thursday, October 24, 2013

Thank You Thursday Special AND Part One of our October 2013 Demo Swaps



It's a one day THANK YOU sale from Stampin' Up! Look at all the framelits!! And two GREAT embossing folders! I am loving these 25th Anniversary Celebrations from Stampin' Up! Thank You Thursday is only available today! You can place your order online HERE or email or call me and I will place your order for you. Don't forget about the STAMPS that are on sale through the 28 . . . 25 sets at 25% off! Whoo Hoo! Check out this post from Stamping to Share to see the stamp sets featured in this sale!

Our theme for our October Demo Swap was Christmas and here is part one. Stop back tomorrow for a look at part two!


Chris Glebus used the Painter's Tape Technique to create this Christmas card that uses the stamp set called Special Season. If you have never tried this technique before, just click on Painter's Tape Technique and you will learn all about it!


Sue McNeill created the hills on this beautiful card by sponging over scrap paper. She used the set called Warmth & Wonder, one of the Hostess Sets in our Holiday catalog. So pretty!


Cindy Standal created this very fun and funky Christmas tree by cutting squares on the diagonal and added a trunk with the Modern Label Punch. Sassy Salutations compliments the tree perfectly!


Mary Smallidge used the stamp set called Ornament Keepsakes to create this lovely card. I just LOVE the Cherry Cobbler Core'dinations paper that was run through the Big Shot with the Beautifully Baroque Embossing Folder and then sanded down to expose the core color.


Katherine Narog made this pretty card with the Santa's List stamp set. The large scallop edgelit die adds such a nice touch to the sentiment panel . . . and the ribbon adds a nice shimmery accent.


Dawn Michels really got creative with this card that features the stamp set Calm Christmas. You can see that the layers and ribbon tie are inviting you in to take a closer look so lets do just that!


When you remove the ribbon, the second panel is revealed.


And that flows through to the third panel.


Here is a side view of the card so you can get an idea of how it is all put together. Love the creative thinking that went into this card!

Have a wonderful day and thank you so much for stopping by Stamping to Share!!


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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi ,
Do any of the ladies that made the above cards have a stampin up site? I really would like to know how the snow hills were created and I like the Christmas tree card.
Thanks,

Kay Kalthoff said...

Unfortunately, they do not have a blog or directions. However, stay tuned . . . I just might have a video for you in the next week or two.