Sunday, March 27, 2011

Stamp A Stack Wednesday, April 6th or Saturday, April 9th at 10 a.m.

Stamp A Stack will be next week Wednesday, April 6th (at 10:00 a.m.) Or Saturday, April 9th (at 10:00 a.m.), so be sure and let me know your 16 choices from this line-up by April 4th or as soon as you’ve decided.

Stamp A Stacks are $22. I provide all specialty adhesives such as dimensionals, glue dots and sticky strip, but please bring your own general purpose gluestick or tape runner.

Airplane Father's Day or Birthday (uses Splitcoaststampers SC277)
Welcome Baby  (You may choose the image when you stamp...the card is the same. We'll cut the ribbon when you get here or you can tell me 2 boys 2 girls, whichever) Uses SCS SC234
This Night of Navy and Razzleberry Hydrangea card is lovely for thinking of you or birthday.

This birthday cupcake uses Stampin' Addicts Sketch Challenge #87 and a smidge of retired designer series paper.
This Strawberry Polka Dot card is girly I you?  I was trying to vary the typical little girl birthday. I also forgot to run this through the Big Shot (LOL-I'm insane!) Yours will have polka dot embossing folder on the white background. SCS SC206 is the source of the sketch.
Next choice is this Butterfly Birthday uses a wheel so be forewarned. :)

Then, there are two wedding cards from which you can chose:
And finally this simple Z fold with a Top Note Die Cut on top with the Nature Walk Set

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

March 30th (10:00 a.m.) and March 31st (6:30 p.m.) /April Technique Class and Stamp Club

March 30th and March 31st/April Technique Class and Stamp Club-orders must be in on March 31st at 7 p.m. for Stamp Club

We'll learn the easy and fun Rolling Marble Technique for this one for which you can choose "happy birthday" or "Happy Father's Day":

How about a 3-D with a Marigold on top that is perfect for tiny gifts like earrings?

Something a little different with marker to stamp and our new Beveled Windowpanes:

Your choice of Faux Silk styles:

The typical stamping directly on the tissue paper:

Or a Pressed Flowers look that comes from Stamping the cardstock and putting tissue over the entire thing:

I hope to have the Stamp A Stack choices for April 6th and 7th up next week....sorry for the delay.