Monday, March 30, 2009

Ears wishing YOU a happy day!

I promised I'd be back in a bit, so here I am with a Mojo Monday kreation. My friend Kris from Kween Bee Kreations sent me these adorable big daisies that she popped out using the Big Shot Daisies Flower #2 Bigz Die. And she also sent me some stamped images from the set, Animal Crackers. Isn't she sweet! Thanks Kris. So I just had to use them in todays sketch, I think it worked pretty well. Pretty basic card to put together, just follow the sketch. ...ears wishing you a happy day :)

Reminder: Sale-a-bration ends tomorrow! If you like ALL the designer paper above, be sure to place your $50+ order by tomorrow and the designer paper could be yours FREE!!! Happy Shopping :)

For now, go kreate

Stamps: Animal Crackers (113395)
Paper: So Saffron(105118), Whisper White(100730), Delicate Dots DSP (Sale-a-bration freebie! 114674)
Ink: Basic Black(101179), Sahara Sand(105208), Old Olive(102277), So Saffron(105213)
Accessories: Circle Fire Rhinestones (yellow 109110), Circle Ice Rhinestones (green 109111), Whisper White Grosgrain (109025), Mat Pack (105826), Corner Rounder (109047), Blender Pens (102845), Daubers (102892), Dimensionals (104430), Daisies Bigz Die (114520)

In a bit...

Promise, I'll be back this afternoon with a new kreation!!
Sorry to be missing the last few days as I had a busy weekend while also preparing for a workshop yesterday. I introduced 7 ladies to Stampin'Up! for the first time. It's easy to promote products you believe in and great to see the enthusiasm of the guests when they too realize the awesome quality of the products Stampin' Up! offers. If you are interested in becoming a demonstrator and having fun while you work, be sure to check out the 3 Easy Payment Plan to purchase your no obligation, customizable Starter Kit. Be your own boss, join my team and I will coach you every step of the way!

Be back in a bit :)


Thursday, March 26, 2009

Thinking of You...

I used this weeks SCS Sketch Challenge (SC221) to kreate this card for my Aunt who just had a total knee replacement. I finally inked up my Thoughts and Prayers set, used my blender pen to pick up some Baja Breeze and color the flowers on my stamp and then used my Choc Chip Marker to isolate the leaves and branches. I then used my VersaMarker to highlight some of the flowers and then sprinkled some Iridescent Ice embossing powder to give them a subtle shimmer. I also traced over the leaves and branches with my VersaMarker and heat embossed with Clear Embossing Powder. You may think you are seeing double when you look at the sentiment, and I guess you are :) I inked up my stamp with Creamy Caramel first and stamped it out and then inked it again with Baja Breeze and offset it slightly to kreate a shadowed effect. This can more easily be done by using a Stamp-a-mi-jig (101049), but luckily I have a pretty good eye for my placement. I sponged the edges of both my Parisian Breeze DSP, with Baja Breeze, and my layer of Kraft, with Choc Chip, to give it a bit more depth. Gave the base of my Baja Breeze a soft embossed look with my Big Shot and Texturz Plates. After running through the Big Shot, I lightly sanded over the raised embossed image, which further 'highlights' the raised image. I have a busy weekend preparing for a workshop, but I'll be back Monday, hope you have time to kreate something great :)Maybe try out this sketch :)

Happy Stamping


Stamps: Thoughts and Prayers (113252)
Paper: Baja Breeze(111352) , Parisian Breeze Specialty (113993), Kraft(102125), Whisper White(100730)
Ink: Baja Breeze (111833), Choc Chip(100908), Creamy Caramel (103220)
Tools: Big Shot (113439), Texturz Plates (114512), Corner Rounder (109047), Sponge daubers (102892), Blender Pens (102845), Sanding Blocks (103301), Heat Tool(100005)
Accessories: VersaMarker (100901), Iridescent Ice Embossing Powder (101930), Clear Embossing Powder (109130), Dimensionals (104430)

Egg-stra Special

Isn't this little bunny cute? She is from a new line of stamps that Jennifer Meyer has designed. Every Thursday, she announces a new sketch design challenge, so I played along with the current sketch and her Egg-stra Special stamp set.
Since the sketch called for a circle, I couldn't wait to play with my new Circle Scissor Plus. It is now so quick and easy to make the perfect circles. (I used it for a few scrap pages too that I'll show you soon - I just love how easy it is!) Anyway, I stamped out my images in Basic Black onto Whisper White and used my blender pens and my Aquapainter to color. TIP: You want to be careful when blending colors or using your Aquapainter on cardstock, as too much water or blending with start to curl and/or pill your paper - it's best to use the heavier weight Watercolor paper (105019), makes things much easier (next time I will heed my own advice - LOL). The final touch was a piece of Organza Ribbon and matching bow.
Make sure to hop on over to Jennifer's blog, she has some blog candy for you :)

For now, go kreate,

Stamps: Egg-stra Special (non-SU)
Paper: Whisper White (100730), Kraft (102125), Baja Breeze (111352)
Ink: Baja Breeze (111833), Pretty in Pink(101301), Certainly Celery (105217), Yo Yo Yellow (102717)
Tools: Mat Pack (105826), Paper Piercer, Circle Scissors Plus (112530), Glass Mat (112531), Aquapainter (103954), Blender Pens (102845)
Accessories: Organza Ribbon (114319), Glue Dots (103683), Dimensionals (104430)

Tuesday, March 24, 2009


When I saw this past weeks SCS Color Challenge, I immediately had this recent photo in mind. I haven't done a scrap page in a long time, but I have an upcoming workshop and scrapbooking was a request. So I've been inspired to kreate a few pages, before the upcoming event. The colors of the challenge were Kraft, Summer Sun and Riding Hood Red. Pooh was much more 'Saffron' than 'Sun'ny, so I did make that substitution. So this is a simple 6x6 layout that I will progress to a 12x12 (hopefully sooner than later :) )
Thanks for stopping by and I hope this will inspire you to dust off some of those photos!

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For now, go kreate

Paper: Kraft (102125), So Saffron (105118), Riding Hood Red (111348)
Accessories: Ribbon Bundle (Sale-e-bration FREEbie 114618), Button Latte (114333), Mini Glue Dots (103683), RubOns (retired - sorry)

Monday, March 23, 2009

Didn't Make the Cut

When trying to figure out yesterdays Fifth Avenue Simplicity card, I had come up with some other samples. Here are two others that were in the running, but didn't make the cut :) The one on the left is a complete CASE from my monthly SU Success Magazine - a great bonus to becoming a demonstrator, full of inspiration. The one on the right is very similar to yesterdays card with the addition of a Baja Breeze layer and a beautiful decorative edge - loving the Eyelet Border punch!
Promise, the next kreation won't be with Fifth Avenue Floral, but really, isn't it such a pretty set :)

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Stamps: Fifth Avenue Floral (113734), Thank You Kindly (111700)
Paper: Whisper White (100730), Baja Breeze (111352)
Ink: Pacific Point (111837), Baja Breeze (111833), Old Olive (102277)
Accessories: 5/8" Pacific Point Grosgrain Ribbon(111370), Iridescent Ice Embossing Powder(101930), Heat Tool (100005), Glue Dots (103683), Button Bouquet (112092), Large Oval Punch (107305), Scallop Edge Punch (112091), Eyelet Border (113692)

For now, go kreate

Sunday, March 22, 2009

Fifth Avenue Simplicity

Isn't it great when we can make a SIMPLE, quick and beautiful card? I wish I could take full credit for this one, but I was totally inspired by the simplicity of this card. It's not my normal card and I don't usually CASE cards, but sometimes I have a hard time doing quick and simple - and those are important! So I decided not to reinvent the wheel and kreate this for our third card at my recent stamp a stack. And I'm happy to say it got lots of ooooos and aaaahhhs. Instead of adding rhinestones, I highlighted my stamins with the VersaMarker and heat set Iridescent Ice Embossing Powder. The perfect little pizazz for this simple, under 15 minute kreation. I wish you could get the full effect, but photos rarely pick up the shimmer (if you click the photo to enlarge you may see it a bit better). It really is so pretty in person. The final touch, a piece of Pacific Point ribbon tied in a knot and adhered with some glue dots. Simple right?! Hope you like it. Thanks for stopping by to visit.

Remember, Sale-a-bration is ending March 31st, don't forget to place your $50+ order to get your freebies!!

Stamps: Fifth Avenue Floral (113734)
Paper: Whisper White (100730)
Ink: Pacific Point (111837), Baja Breeze (111833), Old Olive (102277)
Accessories: 5/8" Pacific Point Grosgrain Ribbon(111370), Iridescent Ice Embossing Powder(101930), Heat Tool (100005), Glue Dots (103683)

Hope you are enjoying your weekend! Happy Stamping :)

For now, go kreate

Friday, March 20, 2009

Flight of the Butterfly

Here is the 2nd of the 3 cards the ladies did at my Stamp a Stack. Funny cause this was my least favorite of the 3 and the ladies loved it (does look prettier in person with the sparkle from the Iridescent Ice). The Flight of the Butterfly set is a 2 step stamping technique, so those of you that like precision, you will want to line images up using your Stamp-a-mi-jig. I tend to wing it and eyeball it- works for me :)
Stamps: Flight of the Butterfly
Paper: Pretty in Pink, Choc Chip, Whisper White
Ink: Pretty in Pink, Close to Cocoa
Tools: Mat Pack and paper piercer, Button Latte, Choc Chip grosgrain ribbon, Eyelet Border Punch, VersaMarker, Iridescent Ice Embossing Powder, heat tool

For now, go kreate

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Stamp a Stackers First Swaps

Wanted to share the great cards 3 of my Stamp a Stack members made for their first SWAP. Bravo Ladies! And for those of you who forgot :) , no big deal, there is always next month to participate! Please leave a comment for these girls, they were so intimated to do a swap (coming up with their own idea vs CASE'ing one of mine).

Kim S (not me!)



I think they are off to a great start! Can't wait to see what you come up with next time :) Happy Stamping!!

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Any questions, I'm a click away :)

For now, go kreate

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Basket Centerpiece

Stamp a Stack was lots of fun Monday night :) A few of you that couldn't make it last minute, hope you are feeling better!! The ladies had their first ever SWAP and they did GREAT! I'll post a few for you tomorrow. Just wanted to share this cute little center piece that I made using the Good Egg set and a quick and easy tutorial I got from my cyber friend Jennifer Myer at Jennifer's Sweet Design. I assembled mine a bit different than she did, but hers is just adorable. Check out Stamps and Smiles for her newly released stamp sets, of which her little bunny is from. I'm looking forward to using my Egg-stra Special set soon - THANKS Jen!
I inked up the flowers and dots from the Good Egg set in VersaMark and stamped it on the front side panels of my Certainly Celery basket. I inked up my little eggy chick on Whisper White and again on a piece of Delicate Dots DSP (you still have 2 weeks left for this/other freebies out of the Sale-a-bration catalog!) and paper pieced my egg. Then colored in my chick with my So Saffron marker. Stamped the large oval egg on Bashful Blue, snipped it out and added some Bashful Blue sponging to the edges. Used my Scallop Edge punch and some more Delicate Dots DSP to kreate my handle. I filled with some not so coordinating green grass and Ghirardelli Chocolates and it was the perfect little center piece for the night. The ladies love a little chocolate as we stamp - its a staple :) Thanks for the inspiration Jen!
For now, go kreate

Monday, March 16, 2009

Buzzin By

I will try to make this a quick post as I have my Stamp a Stack class tonight and a few more preparations to be done. If you live in the Bergen County NJ area and are interested in stamping and having a very fun night out at least once a month, contact me.
This is one card the ladies will be making, using the Just Buzzing By set. The only thing I will do different is a few less flowers along the top, less WAS better and that little nagging voice 'just add one more there and there' and then TOO much! Oh well, the next one I'll ignore that voice :) LOL I hope you other crafters hear that voice too and you aren't think I've lost it! Quick details: embossed Basic Black with the Texturz Background (large dots) Plate and the Big Shot, isolated the flower with my VersaMarker and randomly stamped across the top, used 1-3/8" Circle Punch to kreate my window on the front of the card, punched out a 1-3/8" Circle in Basic Black for the inside of the card and took Scallop Punch and overlapped the Black Circle that was already punched out to get my 'scallop frame'. Stamped and colored my bee on Whisper White, added VersaMarker to his wings and heat embossed with Iridescent Ice Embossing Powder, used the 1-1/4" Circle Punch to punch out the bee and popped him up dimensionals. Rough details, but I know you can follow. Hope you and the ladies like it :)
Stamps: Just Buzzin By
Paper: So Saffron, Basic Black, Whisper White
Ink: Basic Black, So Saffron, VersaMarker, YoYo Yellow SU Marker
Tools/Accessories: Big Shot, Texturz Plate, 1-3/8, 1-1/4 Circle Punches, Scallop Punch, Black Gingham ribbon, Iridescent Ice Embossing Powder

For now, go kreate

Saturday, March 14, 2009

Exciting News!

Sorry no projects for you today (I have a class to prepare for on Monday), but I have some exciting news...
For the rest of the month Stampin' Up is offering a 3 Easy Payment Plan on the Starter Kit. Now is the time to Join! With the discounted Sale-A-Bration Starter Kit price and the Three Easy Payments option, you'll have the opportunity to take advantage of two great financial benefits at once. Once Sale-A-Bration is over, you'll still have through April 30 to get the Three Easy Payments option, but why wait? During Sale-a-bration which ends March 31st, you are also eligible for a free stamp set (up to a $47.95 value).
Refer to this Starter Kit Order Form to see what your payments would be for your exceptional customizable Starter Kit now %15 off, $169 (kit contents retail value is more than $335). And remember, there is no obligation. Get the kit and enjoy all your fun new toys OR start your full/part time business. See my right sidebar for all the benefits of being a SU demo.
This payment plan is NOT available online. Those of you who wish to take advantage of the offer must submit your paperwork by mail to Demonstrator Support and it must be received by Stampin' Up! (not postmarked) on or before March 31st for the $169 price or April 30, 2009 for the $199 price.
Contact me today for all applicable forms to join my team. Don't delay, you'll need to get your paperwork in the mail ASAP for the BEST bang for your buck :)

Happy Stamping

Friday, March 13, 2009

Soft and Subtle

My crocus are starting to appear under their warm mulch blanket, which can only mean spring is in the air, can you feel it :) The layout was inspired by the Wed SCS Sketch Challenge (SC219) and I kept with my feeling of spring by using Soft Subtles; Pretty in Pink, Barely Banana, and Apricot Appeal and this sweet little bird from the Spring Song set. I inked the bird in Basic Black on Watercolor Paper and used my Barely Banana and Apricot Appeal markers to bring his body to life (why is it the male birds are always the prettier - hmpf!). I sponged the edges of my layers to make them pop a bit more and used the Scallop Edge Punch to kreate a delicate edge around my Pretty in Pink layer. I ran my Barely Banana card through the Big Shot with the Texturz Backgrounds to kreate a subtle and soft embossed look.

Stamps: Spring Song, Fresh Cuts
Paper: Barely Banana, Pretty in Pink, Pretty in Pink DSP (retired hostess pack), Apricot Appeal, Watercolor
Ink: Barely Banana, Pretty in Pink, Apricot Appeal, Certainly Celery, Close To Cocoa, Creamy Caramel
Accessories: Large Oval Punch, Scallop Edge Punch, Soft Subtle Buttons (retired)

For now, go kreate

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

The Big 10

My nephew is turning 10 - double digits, WOW!! I wasn't quite sure what type of a 'masculine' card to make him - but I think this turned out cute (probably not the right word for a boys card, but you know what I mean). A little whimsy with the truck puffing out the number 10, not too manly and not babyish. I think it will work! I'm sure all he'll care about is the paper inside anyway :)
Basic card to make, just some coloring and some eyelet accessories. Easy peasy!

Stamps: Loads of Love, Loads of Love Accessories, non-SU Numbers
Paper: Old Olive, Ghostly Greetings DSP (retired), Very Vanilla
Ink: Basic Black, More Mustard, Really Rust, Old Olive, Certainly Celery
Tools & Accessories: Big Shot, Top Note Die, Crop a dile, Metallic Eyelets, Dauber

For now, go kreate

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

A Kind Word

Candles are such a quick and cute gift idea. I learned the technique a long time ago and its been awhile since I've kreated one and I knew I wanted to use this set. I love how this little girl, from A Kind Word set, turned out. If you've never done this before, it really is quite easy. Ready for how easy this is? Take a piece of tissue paper (in this case white) ink your image/s and stamp however you'd like them to be on your candle - you can measure the circumference of your candle and cut your tissue paper to that length or cut out your image like I did for this candle.
Ok, I cut out a large square around my image stamped in Black Stazon and colored her in with various SU Markers - Pretty in Pink, Regal Rose, Barely Banana, Blush Blosson, Bashful Blue, Close to Cocoa, Creamy Caramel, Lavendar Lace, and Certainly Celery and sentiment is in Regal Rose. (Sorry, the colors look a bit distorted from what it looks like in person.) Around the image I used my Bashful Blue chalk from the Pastels kit to give the appearance of a sky. I placed my tissue paper on top of my white candle and placed a piece of wax paper over that. Then using my heat gun, I went over the wax paper and image and could see that my image was 'absorbing'/melting into the candle. Remove the wax paper slowly and voila', instant adorable candle. What's so cool is once the wax melts/absorbs the tissue, you can't even tell there was tissue there. I added a few Filigree Brads and Soft Subtle (Pretty in Pink) Brad to the center to embellish the candle just a bit more. What do you think? Are you going to give it a try? Have fun :)

For now, go kreate

Monday, March 9, 2009

There's No Place Like Home

As wonderful as it is to go away and relax on vacation, there truly is no place like home. I haven't had a chance to kreate any cards, but hopefully tonight I will see if I still have my MOJO :)
In the meantime, let me remind you of all the great things going on

Pre-Order Occasions Mini Catalog SPECIAL
The Occasions Mini catalog will not be available to order from for another month, April 1, BUT you can order some of the stamp sets NOW - just in time to prepare for Easter! And you can still receive SAB benefits with your order until the end of March. Here are the sets available to order early (click on images to view larger):

Item Description Retail Price
113196 An Egg-cellent Easter $21.95
113262 Wagon Full of Fun $34.95
113822 Eight Great Greetings $27.95
113833 Egg Hunt Stampin' Around wheel $6.50

And if that wasn't enough, the Manhattan Flower Textured Impressions Die is available now as well! I should be receiving mine any day now and I can't wait! It is in the catalog on page 202. It's item #114517 and is available for $7.95. Here are the deets:

* Exclusive Stampin' Up! design
* Coordinates with Stampin' Up!'s Manhattan Collection
* Use with standard cutting pads and a Big Shot
* Creates a deep, bold embossed image
* Does not cut
* Clear design makes alignment a breeze
* Sized for a standard card front

Go to my Stampin' Up Website to order your Easter sets, new Manhattan Flower Textured Impressions Die, or anything else you like. Shop online with me 24/7!

Sale-A-Bration is still going on until March 31st! FREE products is what it's all about!

Every year Stampin' Up! gives customers, hostesses, and new demonstrators the opportunity to earn fantastic, FREE, limited-edition products they'll enjoy for years to come. No limit, for every $50 spent, earn free Sale-a-bration products, Host a party of at least $300 (before tax and shipping), you'll receive a free Sale-A-Bration reward, in addition to all of the regular hostess benefits!
Click on the CATALOG to view available items.

Join My Team
During Sale-A-Bration, anyone who joins as a demonstrator can choose any stamp set-a value of up to $47.95-from the current Idea Book & Catalog! And right NOW your kit is 15% off, that's $169 (for over $350 worth of products - WOW!) View Starter Kit Contents here.

Contact me today to book a workshop or learn more about these promotions.

Thanks for sticking with me while I was on vacation. I'll be back with some fun things soon!

For now, go kreate - Happy Stamping :)

Saturday, March 7, 2009


Before leaving for vacation, I put this card together quickly to bring for my FILs b-day. I had stamped out the lighthouse image moons ago,from the retired A Light Unto My Path, but at the time ended up changing my mind about the card. Lucky me to have found it among some scraps. I don't own many masculine sets, but with the lighthouse stamped in Not Quite Navy on Very Vanilla I was able to kreate a quick manly card. I tore the edges of the Very Vanilla and then accented the image with my Pastels (chalks). Ran Not Quite Navy cardstock through the Big Shot with my Texturz background plate and then added a piece of torn and distressed Real Red along the bottom. The sentiment from A Little Birthday Cheer was inked in Not Quite Navy Craft ink and embossed with Clear EP. And finally, two Real Red accents (using the Word Window Punch) with Pewter Brads draw your attention to the main image.
Not my favorite card, but ok for a masculine card. And my FIL thought it was really nice, so that's what counts :)
I'll be heading home from vacation tomorrow - say your prayers for a safe flight for us - I've usually got a death grip on hubbys hand, not a big fan of flying!

For now, go kreate

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Inspired By Nature, CC207

While I'm still in Florida, hopefully enjoying the warmer weather, I was able to pre-post this before leaving. Hopefully no technical issues will occur. This card was inspired by last weeks SCS color challenge (CC207) and a sketch from Stamps and Smiles blog. Not my usual colors, but I think it turned out ok. I inked up this large stamp by using daubers to isolate the colors I wanted and then 'huffed' on the stamp to remoisten it before setting it on my Whisper White. I used my Scallop Edge Punch to decorate the edges of my Kiwi Kiss layer and then placed that on Pumpkin Pie and Summer Sun. The sentiment from Sincere Salutations was inked in Pumpkin Pie Craft ink and embossed with Clear Embossing Powder. Punched it out with the Wide Oval Punch and sponged the edges with Pumpkin Pie and offset it with a Summer Sun Wide Oval. Hope you liked it.

You will be able to view the Occasions Mini in its entirety on April 1st. But going on now, Pre-order select sets from the upcoming Occasions Mini Catalog. You'll get brand new limited time Easter sets, make sure to check these out.
Also available now is the new exclusive SU Manhattan Flower Textured Impressions Die (pg 202 of the Spring Summer Catalog -item #114517) for $7.95. And don't forget you can still earn Sale-a-bration rewards too! Fun Fun!

For now go kreate

Sunday, March 1, 2009

Big Shot gets a workout :)

Don't forget about Sale-a-bration! You have until the end of this month to get some FREE goodies! The stamp I used here is from the Yummy set which could be yours free if you place an order of $50+ (before shipping and tax). Click here for more Sale-a-bration details.
Not too much stamping on this card, but the Big Shot got a workout. I started off rolling Whisper White and So Saffron through my Big Shot with the Top Note Die. I cut along the perforations of the Whisper White and layered it on top of the So Saffron. Ran Bashful Blue through with the scrolled Texturz plate (Backgrounds 1). Layered my Top Notes on the Bashful Blue with the Certainly Celery Poly Twill ribbon (SAB freebie) peeking out from behind. Then stamped along the bottom of the Whisper White with this 'Yummy' flourish. I wanted to use a different sentiment, so I isolated the scroll/flourish by using my Certainly Celery and So Saffron Markers to ink up that portion of the stamp. Then I huffed the image to remoisten the ink and stamped. I inked up my sentiment from the Best Yet set (retired hostess set) in Bashful Blue.
Then I ran the Simple Flower Embosslits Die through with Pink Pirouette and So Saffron and the Certainly Celery leaves are from the Birds and Blooms sizzlits. Placed some half pearls from the Pretties Kit in the center of my flowers and sponged the edges of the flowers and leaves. Pretty simple card to kreate. Hope you like it :)
For all of you in the cold, I'm hopefully sitting on the beach sending warm thoughts your way :)

For now, go kreate