Here is the second project we did at the birthday party. The birthday girl chose to do a mini book. As you can see, her favorite color is green. So I did the projects using Certainly Celery Cardstock & Prints Designer Series Paper. They did five inside pages and also two mini envelope pages. They stamped using the Office Accoutrement and Priceless Stamp Sets. Of course, everything mentioned are Stampin' Up! ® products. We used the Zutters® Bind-it-all to put the book together. Covers were made with 3 1/2" coasters. Their were 9 girls (her Mom was here too) and it took about 2 1/2 hours to do the book and clipboard. All in all, they did a great job and I will probably be doing both of these at a future class.
Thursday, October 11, 2007
I am doing a birthday party on Saturday for a group of teenage girls. The birthday girl requested we do a clipboard and mini photo album. I finished the clipboard this evening and thought I would give you a peek. It turned out great and I think I will be doing these at a future class. I purchased the clip board at a local office store and used Stampin' Up!® products to cover and embellish.
These are two round paper mache boxes that I wrapped up using Stampin' Up!'s® Blizzard Designer Wrapping Paper. I also used the Chocolate Chip Satin Ribbon. I just love these colors together! You can find both of these items in the Holiday Mini Collection.
Wednesday, October 10, 2007
These are great party favors made from drink cups. We learned how to make these at the annual Stampin' Up!® Convention this past summer. I used SU's Petals & Paisleys Designer Series Paper, Big Flowers Stamp Set and and the new Scallop Circle Punch. I used thin strips of cardstock and put them through my crimper for inside the cups. What fun!
Monday, October 8, 2007
These are the other 2 cards we made and I just love both of these Stampin' Up!® Stamp sets. "Thoroughly Thankful" and "Wanted". The one on the right was inspired by another demonstrator that came to my class, Jill Hillard. She gave me the idea of making the horse look like he is running.
These are two other cards we also made at my stamp camp last week. The one on the left uses Stampin' Up!'s® Simple Delights from a Simply Sent Kit. The other one is done with a hostess set Garden Silhouettes. I also used the Define Your Life & Defining Alphabet Stamp Sets.
Sunday, October 7, 2007
Here is the gift bag and card we made in my recent class that match the candle. I used So Saffron, Whisper White, Pumpkin Pie & Always Artichoke Cardstock. I'll try and add the other cards that we made in the class over the next couple of days.