Wednesday, April 23, 2014

    Hi everyone!  Hope you're having a wonderful day!  We were supposed to have some rain today, but we didn't!  Just glorious sunshine!
    I thought I would post a picture of my May frame class.  I will be teaching this at the Hope Senior Center in Roy on the 5th of May at 11:30.  
     It's 99% Stampin' Up materials.  I found this really pretty leafy-viney ribbon and I knew it would match our Pear Pizzazz paper pretty well!  It looks awesome trailing up the birdhouse!   I also used Wisteria Wonder and So Saffron, with a little Crushed Curry thrown in for contrast!  The gold glimmer paper I found in my old stash of stuff (the champagne we have didn't match), and what's a project without a little bling!  I think my favorite thing though are the little grape hyacinth's!  I used the word window punch and one of our Itty Bitty Shapes punches!
     While this frame took me about 3 days to finally come up with a color combination and style, I think I like this one the best!  Here are the other months, starting with February!  Hope you enjoy them and get inspired to create something awesome today!
    If you would like to purchase any of our wonderful Stampin' Up products, email me at crafty_chick@hotmail. com, and put Stampin' Up in the subject!  As soon as I figure out how to add links to my blog, it will be a whole lot easier!
    Have a great day, and I'm off to tiptoe through the tulips tomorrow at Thanksgiving Point!  Lot's of flowery inspiration there!  Toodles!

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

I did it!  For the past week or so I've been looking everywhere for my thing to attach my phone to my computer to download all the photos I've taken of my cards, to no avail.  So, while messing around on Pinterest , I thought, "let me click on my photo and see if I can save it to this device.". It worked!!!  So yaayy!
     This is a card I made using an example of one I made at our latest scrapbook expo.  It uses a Spellbinder's die, but Stampin' Up! Papers,  embossing folder and sequins!.   We made this in my card class today.  One of the ladies had asked me to create a card using these stamps (they're hers).  I used pacific point and pumpkin pie DSP papers.  I prefer our pinwheel sizzlet, but it's a little difficult for some of my older ladies, so this worked good!
    Hope you enjoy it!
P.s.  I'll be on here more often now that I've finally figured out how to get my pictures on here!!!