Happy day to you! Yes, I do realize it's a Monday, but it's all good. God gave us everyday, even Mondays we can be thankful for.
Here is my project share for today. I made a card very similar to this last summer for a dear friend, I was going through my projects and thought I would make another one but layer it on her favorite color! Wisteria Wonder.
Another beautiful color Stampin' Up has in the 'purple' category is Rich Razzleberry. Stampin up has three new fun ink pads called Ombre.
They make some very pretty images. This project is created by Stampin' Up!
Thank you for joining me today.
If you have any questions please let me know!
Still enjoying our family vacation, so I am sharing some wonderful items you may not have taken a good look at before! Can you believe there's a little less than 5 1/2 months until Christmas!
Here is another fabulous product from Stampin' Up!
Holly Textured Impressions Embossing Folder.
I know this will be a big seller! It adds some very pretty texture to the card. Thank you for joining me today!
Hope today is going well for you. Today is a special day! It's my little boys' birthday! I can't believe my baby is already 4. It's crazy how time flies by. I know everyone says that, but it seems like yesterday I was sitting at my grandma's house talking to her about my day at school and today I am celebrating my last child's 4th birthday thinking his great grandma would have loved his stories!
I was inspired to make up some birthday cards using the Celebrate Today, and Number of Years stamp sets with matching Thinlits.
Love the balloons from this set, they are so cheerful!
With the Number of Years stamp set, you have so many possibilities! I really like that they have an anniversary stamp in this photopolymer set.
I hope your sunny summery day is going well!
I decided to go with a Throw-Back-Thursday theme with this card being both the DSP and stamp set is retired.
I just love this adorable little chick from the Sale-a-Bration set Honeycomb Happiness. I needed to make up some fun cards for my daughter to give out at Bible Camp to her friends and secret sisters.
I had to make at least one with this adorable little chick! I added a Tempting Turquoise balloon using the Balloon Bouquet with baker's twine tied to the balloon and anchored under his wing. How cute!
Great news from Stampin' Up!
Can you believe it? For every $50 you spend Stampin Up will send you a 5 dollar coupon to use in August!! Ekk, how awesome is that?? Plus, you can add it to the purchase form from me to earn Free stamps from me as well. It's a win, win situation!
Can you believe it's 4th of July weekend already? Yikes!! Our summer is flying by!
I wanted to make some simple little candy hand outs for friends on the 4th. I remembered the nugget holder I made into a bunny and thought that would work out well.
If you don't remember the instructions here they are again.
First you will need a strip of card stock, I used Night of Navy cut to 1 1/2" x 5"
Scored at 2 and 3 inches.
Fold up and the cut a piece of card stock for the front. I also used Real Red, Silver Glimmer paper and Night of Navy to punch out stars to decorate the front. After punching a hole with a 1/4" hole punch I tied it shut with ribbon I found at Michael's craft store.
After closing it up I put two mini candy bars, but you can also use Hershey's Nuggets.
Hope your Independence day is a great celebration.
Thank you for joining me today!