As I head off to Stampin’ Up!’s On Stage event for the weekend, I knew that I had to take along adhesives. This year I decided to dress it up a bit and create my very own personalised kit! I have taken my adhesives and snips in the past in a clear container, but this year – that container got all dressed up.
Then I thought – other’s might like these. They make fabulous class kits, with everything together in one place that is simple to transport and without adhesives get stuck to all your other bits and pieces!
So I am now offering them for sale! Your very own, decorated, Adhesive Class Kit!
The BASIC BOX
The Basic Box Includes:
All in a decorated, personalised box – $40.
Or – you can choose The Deluxe Box!
The Deluxe kit includes everything from the Basic Kit PLUS:
All in a decorated, personalised box for $75.
Everything you need to be class ready! With FREE postage for all your goodies to boot!
Please note, that the DSP will vary with each kit, although requests will be taken!
Hi everyone and welcome back to another CASEIng the Catty Challenge. This week is CTC 122 where we are focusing on the Falling in Love section of the Occasions Catalogue from pages 50 – 54.
There’s only a few pages to this section, but boy are there some lovely projects to CASE. I focused on this one ….
The pretty cluster of flowers caught my attention, set off with the gold leaf and the die. I actually hadn’t paid a whole heap of attention to the stamp set until I saw those flowers – now I need it – but you all know how that goes! Lol. I also didn’t want to make a card – but the idea of a scrapbook layout hit me (it doesn’t happen often – so when it does I make sure I act on it!)
So here is what I designed …
I used the flower from the Butterfly Basics stamp sets and just fussy cut a ‘few’ out to create the flower bunch. I stamped them in Sahara Sand and the sponged them lightly with Blushing Bride ink. I used the stunning Flower Die in the So Detailed Thinlets Dies instead of the heart one in the image. All teamed with the Falling in Love Designer Series Paper and a special touch of gold! I love the way it turned out – but my goodness – that photo makes me feel old! It seems like a lifetime ago!
Don’t forget to hop around and see everyone else’s creations for some extra inspiration, and then join in the fun by uploading your own project to the album CTC 122 on the Facebook Page right HERE!
Now it’s time to hop on over to the lovely Elizabeth Gross to see what she has created today!
Happy Crafting everyone!
Today I wanted to share with you my Stamp it Sunday Live video creation, where I gave a couple of tips and tricks for creating this weeks card.
In my video, I explained exactly how to Line Up your Delicate Details Stamps to achieve a lovely straight and consistent result when stamping multiple rows of them! I also snuck in how to create a rectangle using our Stitched Shape Framelits! A video full of goodness just for you!
Here’s the card we created using those beautiful, intricate, lacy delicate details stamps!
You may remember the Gold Version I created for a CASEing the Catty challenge a while back – you can see it HERE – well this one was similar, but i went for a white embossed background before sponging some of our current In Colours over the heat embossing. The great thing about sponging is, you can create as such or as little depth of colour as you desire!
You can watch the video over at my You Tube channel – My Paper Oasis – to see exactly how this card was created and to hear all my tips.
You can still get this stamp set ABSOLUTELY FREE with any $90 order – but ONLY until March 31st – so you had better be quick! If you are in Australia you can shop at my secure online store by clicking the link below! All products used are listed below to help you recreate this card yourself 🙂
Base – Basic Black Cardstock – Cut on short side of card at 4 1/8″ and fold in half.
Layer One – Sweet Sugarplum Cardstock – 5 1/2″ x 3 3/4″
Layer Two – Whisper White Cardstock – 5 3/8″ x 3 5/8″
You will have to measure the Basic Black Layer behind your sentiment after you have cut your rectangle in Whisper White (see video for why).
You can Join The Fun from anywhere in Australia and get $235 worth of product for only $169
TWO FREE STAMP SETS
(thats an added value of up to $179 depending on your choice of stamps!)
but only until March 31st!
Welcome to our next Colour INKspiration Challenge! Your entries have amazed us so far! So much talent and creativity out there – it’s a joy to see, but makes it very difficult to vote! Keep up the great work! You can join the fun on our Facebook Group HERE.
We have a beautiful colour swatch for you all this week. These colours work so well together. We have Night of Navy, Pool Party, Calypso Coral and Gold to work with. Even though the image says gold foil, it can be any gold you like.
There are some beautiful projects by the crew this week, so make sure you hop around to see them all, including from our guest designer – Kim Oliver. Welcome Kim!
I found these colours compliment each other so very nicely and had a bit of fun creating.
I thought today I would try my hand at water colouring my own background. There was a similar navy striped paper in our Floral Boutique DSP, but the lines were fine and quite dark. I really like the more subtle water coloured lines. They are super simple to create too – just pop some ink on your aqua painter and run it straight across your cardstock. It’s really that simple. I used our Shimmery White for this, because it holds the water so well and the subtle shimmer is just gorgeous!
I even splattered on some extra sparkle with gold glitter, by mixing a small amount of tombow with water, then flicking it across my card using an aqua painter. I have a specific aqua painter for this job, because it does get glue in the brush. Sprinkle your card with gold glitter and tap of the excess and leave to dry. It creates a beautiful effect on cards.
Well I do hope you have enjoyed my creation this week. Now it’s time to hop on over to the lovely Monique to see what she has created this week!
There are only a few short days until the end of Saleabration and Stampin’ Up! have released some new goodies for you to get your hands on!
Contact me to place your order or pop on over to my Online Store to take advantage of the bargains on offer!
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!
The other day, on our team page, a member shared how she was getting frustrated with storing our enamel embellishments as she kept losing them 🙁
Another team member helped her out by sharing how she uses our Standard Stamp Cases to store all her bling. What an awesome idea I thought! Why didn’t I think of that! All of my bling in one spot, that would be easy to find and store on my shelves rather than taking up loads of drawer space, getting lost and me ordering more packets because you thought you had none left!
I decided to take mine one step further – and created custom labelled inserts!
Custom storage! And… I have even put the item number on the spine to make it super easy to reorder them!
Here’s the pic of how to trim down your A4 copy paper to ensure it fits snuggly into your case!
How cool is that!
You can even get different size Cases to suit your storage needs!
Please note the files below are designed for the clear mount Stamp Cases.
Download the file to create your very own here —>
Now…what else can I box up! Lol
Happy crafting everyone!
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Hi everyone! Glad you could join us for another Colour INKspiration this week! Can you believe two weeks have flown by already!
The crew are really enjoying everyone’s enthusiasm and participation, so keep them coming!
This weeks colour palette is much more suited to colours I would normally ‘go to’ when creating. Soft Sky, Blushing Bride and Sahara Sand! Don’t forget you can use neutrals and metallics too for your creation!
A beautiful pastel palette to work with, that took my heart straight to quilting. Yes, I love to quilt and these images and colours took me straight there. The inspiration started to flow – I wanted to make a quilt – what kind of quilt??? – ohhhhhhhh a drunkard’s path quilt – and then it occurred to me that the stitched framelits would give the impression of stitch lines! Woohoo – idea sorted!
the realisation that our Falling in Love Designer Series Paper (available in the current occasions catalogue) has the EXACT colour palette. YES! So the creating began….
There was a lot of cutting on the bigshot for this one, but the end result was well worth it. I had a lot of fun making this ‘mini paper quilt’.
I used the smallest stitched square and circle framelits. To make sure the circles were cut in exactly the same spot each time, i had to make a small mark on the circle framelit where it intersected with the stitched lines from the square. That ensured the quarter circle nested nicely into the square shape each time.
A few embellishments, some vanilla ribbon and the thread from the blushing bride sequins and it was done!
I hope you enjoyed the project! Now its time to hop over to Elizabeth’s blog to see what she has created for this challenge!
Don’t forget to play along with the challenge by uploading your design to our Facebook Page HERE.
And remember – MARCH is the final month of Saleabration! I hope you have been taking advantage of the FREE products on offer! If you live in Australia you can order your supplies via my Shop Now button 🙂
Welcome back to another CASEing the Catty for hop for this week! Have you been creating away? Have you been using the catalogue for inspiration? If you are stuck for a layout or colour scheme or ideas for using a set, then CASEing images in the Catty may be just what you need to kick start your creative spark!
You may have come from the amazing Kelly Kent this week or be starting right here! So hop around and see what inspiration the crew has for you this week!
This week for our challenge we are creating from the Cool Treats Section in the catalogue – so ANYTHING from pages 32 – 45!
I myself have recently been playing LOADS with the Cool Treats suite! Yes, the entire suite! Well it’s so …… Cool! Lol. The stamps, the framelits, the designer paper, the sprinkles!!!! Have you tried it yet? I took inspiration from it all!
I have created a few cards with this suite, but this week I wanted to share with you a fantastic Poppin’ Card Box that I found by a demonstrator called Gemma Clarke. They are quite popular right now and with good reason too! The box POPS right out of its case when you pull it open! It’s such an interactive card.
Here’s the one I created…
and here is the other side of the box….
You can even stamp a message inside the box base or use this area to write your message on! They are fantastic for vouchers too. They are the perfect size for movie tickets!
Now it’s time to hop on over to Elizabeth’s blog to see what beautiful project she has for you all!
Don’t forget to play along by creating your project, snapping a pic and posting on out Facebook Page right HERE!
If you would like to have a go at creating your very own Poppin Box Card then take the link to Gemma’s Youtube video HERE.
Hello all my crafty friends!
Today is the day I can share my Sunday Night Live video with you all…Finally! I had a little upload issue happening during the week – but I got there eventually! I love how technology can really limit us sometimes!
On my Sunday Night Live video this week I showed you all how I create my acetate window cards. They are not to difficult to do, but create a great effect! I used the Cool Treat Bundle for these cards! Since I have started playing with this bundle, I have found it a little difficult to stop!
They’re a little tricky to photograph, so here’s another view…
and here is another using the same suite…
This suite is seriously so much fun!
Pop over to my channel – My Paper Oasis on You Tube to watch the video and create your own acetate window cards!
Here are the measurements:
- Watermelon Wonder card base – 4 1/8” x 7 7/8” – score at 5 7/8”; piece 2” x 4 1/8”
- Pool Party Layer One front card piece 4” x 1 7/8” – 2 pieces needed.
- DSP strips Layer Two front of card – 3 7/8” x 1 3/4” – 2 pieces needed.
- Window Sheet 4 1/8” x 3”
- Pool Party for inside card 5 5/8” x 3 7/8”
- Whisper White for inside 5 1/2” x 3 3/4”
- DSP strip for inside of card 1/2″ x 5 1/2″
Hi everyone and welcome to another amazing Colour INKspiration! This week we have another amazing colour scheme for you play along with and spur your creativity. Every second and fourth Wednesday of the month the crew share with you our creations using the selected colour palette. You can join the fun too by posting your creation on our Facebook page – no blog required – just upload your photo!
You may be starting the hop here or come across from Kim’s blog. Either way – hop around, be inspired and leave some blog love by commenting on the posts to encourage us!
I love colour challenges that take you out of your comfort zone and really get you thinking! The challenge this time was no different! I had to play with ideas in my head for a while before I finally sat down to stamp!
This week we are playing with the colours Delightful Dijon; Elegant Eggplant; Whisper White and Crushed Curry. What a colour palette to work with. These colours look stunning in the images above. This is another colour selection that I would never have naturally put together, so it was fun to play with! I built the idea of the card in my head well before I inked up a stamp, so was very happy when it came together!
I created the stamped raised frame by Stamping on the white card front before cutting four of the frame outlines with the stitched shapes and Layering Square Framelits. I then adhered them together and popped them back in their original position. I used the stamp off method for the spots and flowers, so the colours weren’t overpowering the entire card. I then decorated with a range of flowers from the Botanical Blooms Framelits. That gorgeous sentiment is from the Designer Tee stamp set which you can redeem for FREE during Saleabration!
Here’s a little peek at the inside of my card! I cannot get enough of those STITCHED SHAPE framelits!!!!!
Well I hope you enjoyed my creation and are encouraged to continue around the hop to see all the other amazing projects!!!
Hop on over now to the lovely Monique to see what project she has created using this colour suite!