Happy Sunday everyone!
That must mean it’s time for yet another fantastic CASEing the Catty Sunday Blog Hop. To get you inspired to create and stamp this week, we are concentrating on pages 46 – 49 from the Occasions Catalogue.
As usual, there are lots of lovely samples to choose to CASE – but considering I have barely inked up my Nailed It Set, I knew straight away it was the bundle I was going to play with. It’s a fantastic set to make some great projects for that handy man or woman in your life! But remember – you don’t have to have the stamp sets to play along in these challenges – just let the pages inspire you to create with what you have.
I took inspiration this week directly from the picture above. Not the cards – but the peg board itself! This set lends itself to creating a great peg board display, especially when teamed with the coordinating DSP.
And perhaps one more card, just because I can! Lol
Told you the paper makes this suite super easy to create with!
Now, as I’m the one with the tool kit in my house, I feel I need to make myself one in more ‘feminine’ colours!
Don’t forget to play along with the challenge. Simply create your project and upload to the relevant Facebook Album in the CASEing the Catty Sunday Challenge Page (it’s the album with the matching picture at the top of the post). You can find the Group HERE.
Now it’s time to hop over to the amazing Simone Bartrum to see what she has created this week!
There is just under 2 weeks left to enjoy all the Saleabration Freebies! Make sure you don’t miss out!
I absolutely love how this project has turned out so I had to do another quick share with you this week!!!
I had a special weekend class where the attendees got to make this lovely 12″ x 12″ frame to assist their Christmas Decorating this year. It was a huge hit! The ladies even starting embellishing with ‘tinsel’ around the tree, we adhered bells to just about everything, and a load of fun was had! And now it’s hanging in pride of place in my house!
It was sooo hard to get a good picture without the glare! And believe it or not, the sentiment is embossed with the gorgeous new glitter embossing powder! It adds such a sparkle!
I have dressed it up a bit more now with our mini jingle bells and twine! Its a great way to display all those christmas products you have on hand….and if you don’t, why not get together with a friend a share your supplies. But you had better hurry to get your hands on the Candy Cane Lane DSP – as it’s on the Year End Clearout Sale!
Have fun creating!
I hope the fast pace to Christmas isn’t too insane that you are not getting any craft time in!
Well if it is, let me help you create some super fast cards whilst clearing the craft room of scraps of DSP. The best bit about these cards is that you can use any scraps you have lying around ( and generally I have LOADS) and team them with any shape you want! I created some quick christmas cards to help me clean up my Presents and Pinecones scraps!
This one was super simple using the Santa’s Sleigh Framelits! Just between you and I – It has been one of my most favourite bundles this year!
Here’s another using the Embellished Ornaments framelits.
How cute are they!
And everything coordinates so easily when you let the designer paper dictate your card colours!
Take a look at my video over at My Paper Oasis to see how simple they are to create!
Here are the measurements to make your own –
Card Base – cherry cobbler, cut on short side at 4 1/8″
Card topper – Emerald Envy 5 5/8″ x 3 7/8″
Whisper White – 5 1/4″ x 3 1/2″
Scraps of DSP approximately 3″ long (or longer depending on framelit) by approximately 1/2″ to 3/4″ wide.
PSSSTTTTTTT – don’t forget that all supplies to create these projects are available in my online store HERE. Take advantage of the Year End Close Outs Sales whilst the DSP and lots of other products are on sale!
Hi stamping friends.
To celebrate World Card Making Day on the 1st of October I went live via video on Facebook last night to show you how to make a quick fun and fantastic card using scraps of your designer papers. I didn’t want anyone who doesn’t have Facebook to miss out on a great way to use up all those scraps you have hoarded over the years …( well, at least i know i do! Lol), so I thought I would share it here too.
Once you have had a play, it’s super easy to change it up a bit … or a lot … to suit any occasion!
Here’s one for another occasion! I love the pop of colour in the Festive Birthdays Designer Paper!
And the best news is Stampin Up are making it super easy for you to create them too, with a mad special when you buy 3 packs of designer series paper you get a fourth pack free! Who doesn’t love a freebie! What a way to build your stash of beautiful papers! There are so many to choose from!
Here’s the measurements you need to create this card!
You will need:
– a card base
– a piece of card 5 5/8 x 3 7/8″ for card front
– 4 scraps of designer paper measuring 1 x 4 3/4″; 1 1/4 x 5 1/4″; 1 x 4″ and 1 x 5″.
And you can always watch the video HERE to see how its done!
Happy creating everyone!