I had the privilege of going to a wonderful gathering of Stampin’ Up demonstrators last Saturday and wow was it fun! My friend Rose-Ellen Eastman puts on an event that mimics the style of Stampin’ Up corporate events and it is always a treat to go! She puts in a lot of work to make it happen. This time I offered to help by creating a Make-n-Take. Everyone seemed to like it and I hope you will too. I also got to make other designers’ projects as make-n-takes and thought it would be fun to share!
My card shows how easy it is to incorporate stencils into a cute design. I just love these little hearts from the Hearts and Stars Mask set. I sponged on Soft Sky ink with a sponge dauber. Then I punched a piece of the heart print from the Fancy Foil vellum and a piece of Soft Sky card stock using the Note Tag Punch. I tied the Painted Blooms Twine onto a Mini Metallic Clothespin and cinched the two tags together. The sentiment comes from the FREE Sale-a-bration set Simply Wonderful. How do you get that set?? Easy. Order the stuff used to make this card and you’ll have gifts that keep on giving in your craft stash. AND you’ll get to choose the free stamp.
- Note Tag Punch
- Painted Blooms Twine
- Fancy Foil Vellum (Silver)
- Hearts & Stars Mask
- Mini Metallic Clothespins
- Sponge Daubers
- Stampin’ Dimensionals
All this together comes to $50.65 and then you just choose the stamp set for free. And all of these products can be used to make loads of other things!! AWESOME!
One of the best things about demonstrator events is that we, of course, just have to make things while we are together. This adorable little valentine treat bag was designed by the very talented Kim Fields for all of us to make. I was privileged enough to see her original design. Do to time constraints the twine was left off the project for the event (we made tons of stuff) but I could not resist adding it. So I brought my bag home and finished it here so that I could copy Kim’s version completely. Is this not totally fantastic??!!
Our hostess Rose-Ellen really outdid herself with other projects and I just had to show you another favorite. This adorable little lollipop holder was designed by her for us to make based on a project she saw at Leadership. What was that?? Yes, you DO still have time to make a few of these before the 14th!!
I hope these were worth the wait! If you have any questions about any of the projects, just drop me a note and I’ll be happy to get you the info. Want to participate in events like this one?? I’d love for you to join my team! Send me an email or simply click on the tab at the top for more info. Sale-A-Bration is such a great time to join and I’d love to have you take advantage of all the perks being a demonstrator can give!!
I’m so glad you stopped in today to visit. I’m working on a project for a blog hop next week and I can’t wait to show you. Until then, have a great day!
Click HERE to purchase these wonderful Stampin’ Up products!
Stamps: Simply Wonderful (SAB), Hello Life, Hey Valentine; Paper: Whisper White, Fancy Foil Silver Vellum, Stacked with Love DSP Pack, Basic Black, Real Red; Ink: Soft Sky, Momento Black, Blendabilities – Coastal Cabana, Real Red, Pumpkin Pie; Accessories: Note Tag Punch, Mini Metallic Clothespins, Painted Petals Twine, Hearts and Stars Mask, Sponge Daubers, Big Shot, Mini Gift Bag Thinlit, 2″ Circle Punch, Scalloped Circle Punch, Heart Punch, Black Baker’s Twine, Stacked with Love Washi Tape, Scalloped Tag Punch, Happy Heart Embossing Folder, 1/8″ Real Red Taffeta Ribbon