Showing posts from March, 2015

Last Day to "Sale-a-brate!" Plus Mini Treat Bags with How To Video

Today, March 31, 2015, is the last day to Sale-a-brate! Every $50 product increment on your Stampin' Up! order earns you a Sale-a-bration item of your choice. I decided to whoop it up one last time with some of my favorite Sale-a-bration items: Simply Wonderful, Best Year Ever Designer Series Paper and Best Year Ever Ribbons & Buttons Accessory Pack. I used one of the flower images from Petal Potpourri found in our Spring Occasions Catalog as my focal point.

The thank you notes for this project are tucked inside the Mini Treat Bags. Isn't that a sweet way to to say thanks? I love using the Mini Treat Bags as they add a little spice to my thank you notes.

Here's a close up of the Mini Teat Bag along with the note that is tucked inside it. The star clip acts like a little handle to help you get the thank you note out of the bag. Enjoy the How To Video below and don't forget to scroll down and check out the deals this week - Phenomenal!! The Magnetic Plate has perfec…

March Stamping to Share Swap Cards

Our Swap numbers were down a bit from our usual. I think there was just a lot going on and the date kind of creep-ed up on us! However, the quality of the cards --- well, let's just say the word "spectacular" is the only thing that fits the bill! Enjoy!! 

Faith used the stamp set called Love is Kindness to  make this beautiful spring card. I love the typeset paper she used in the background. Some of the tulips are actually stamped separately from the main image, colored and cut out and then raised up on dimensionals to give the bouquet a three dimensional feel.

Mary's card uses the All Abloom Designer Series Paper Stack along the sides and bottom of this super cute card. The flower images are from the stamp set called Painted Petals. I love the bright springy feel of this card and the added details like the Large Polka Dot Embossing that she did on one of the layers.

Laura's card really is a gift in itself. I can't image the time it must have taken for her t…