Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Choose your family!!

That might be some folks dream but at Stampin' Up! they are making it a reality. Well with the new promotion they are. If you have been on the fence about signing up as a demo well the grass is greener over here. Contact your local demo today!

Choose Your Family Promotion

Between Grandma Louise (who drips with sweetness) and your oh-so-suave brother, Vic, you know that in life you can't choose your own family. But at Stampin' Up!, we've found a way to bend the rules so you can!

Purchase the Starter Kit between August 10 and September 30, and you'll get to pick the family of your choice-color family, that is-of Classic Stampin' Pads® FREE. That's a $57.95 value! And we've designed our exclusive coordinating color families (including our In Color collection) so that every color fits in. After all, it's all in the family!

All of this (see below) plus an entire color family FREE!!! You can't beat that.

Thursday, August 9, 2007

Redone ATC

Well I knew this ATC needed some tweaking so I posted in the SplitCoast Stampers Demo area and quickly got some good advice.

I added a layer of Chocolate Chip and added a bit of twine, much better. Not quite so naked. :)

Another ATC

This ATC was made with the Burnished Watercolors technique in the August Technique Junkies newsletter. I used the Year after Year set, Really Rust, Pumpkin Pie and More Mustard inks. Cardstock is Really Rust (textured) and Confetti White. Enjoy.

Saturday, August 4, 2007

Something New

This is what I''ve been doing. Making Artist Trading Cards, these are so fun. I don't know why it took so long for me to take this small leap but I am so glad I did. I joined a monthly swap at Split Coast Stampers with other demos and I can't wait. The theme for August is Birthday. I used the too cute set Bugs & Kisses, Confetti White, Wild Wasabi, Close to Cocoa and Certainly Celery cardstock. With a smidge of Wild Wasabi stitched ribbon. I used my Stamp-a-majig to keep my little ones is a neat row. :)

Ooohh! That is the yummy textured Wild Wasabi cardstock in the background! :)