Monday, August 27, 2012

The Perfectly Preserved stamps, framelits and Orchard Harvest Designer Series Paper, all found in the Holiday Catalog, remind me of Fall.  I have had fun playing but have so many ideas flooding my mind I am stamping in my sleep.  Imagine the possibilities for a scrapbook page!  This card is one we made at card club. We chose our colors, paper pattern and the fruit or vegatable we wanted to use for our embellishment. I love cards that move although sometimes it is hard for me to wrap my brain around exactly how to make them move. After one oopsie I made this swing card.


FRONT 




INSIDE
 



The front of the card looks crooked, it might be the way it is sitting.  I laid it flat and it is straight. must be my photography skills or lack of.


Just a reminder August 31st is the last day to take advantage of the Printer's Tray gift special when you sign up as a demonstrator for only $99.  You choose your starter kit and make it your way. Please contact me if you have any questions.

Thanks for stopping by,
Inky Huggz,

Monday, August 20, 2012

I hope you had a great weekend, it was raining here in NC which gave me a great reason to stay in and get some stamping done.  I made my first Christmas card of the season!,  but you will have to wait until closer to Christmas to see it.    

I found this stamp set, Cottage Window, when I was organizing my stamps.   I don't remember buying it but decided to see what I could create.  The set actually is very versatile as it has something for every season.  There are vines,  a bird, butterfly, bnow flakes and the stamps I used for this card.  I think it would look cute with a Christmas tree in the window.  I hope you enjoy my fall Cottage Window.



I used Pumpkin Pie card stock for the base and layered Chocolate Chip.  The image is stamped twice on Whisper White. The second image I cut out and popped up on dimensionals with the pumpkins.  The Orchard Harvest DSP and the Lucky Limeade Ruffled Ribbon add a nice finish don't you think? 

Hope you have a great week!


Thanks for stopping by,
Inky Huggz

Sunday, August 19, 2012

I have been MIA for months!  I  had 2 computer crashes, had to change my email due to issues with my AT&T e-mail, Then I had problems with the modem from my new service not talking to my wireless router, a new modem and re-configuration of the router solved that problem.  Last but not least my husband had knee replacement the week that staff and students came back to school.  Whew!  I think everything and everyone is up and running now, except my CD burner won't cooperate but in the scheme of things that is minor. lol  Oh, forgot, my principal resigned 3 weeks into the school year.  yikes!!  I am the bookkeeper and I need athletic checks signed. 



Now that you are caught up on my personal woes, let me share some news from Stampin' Up! that
you are probably aware of  but in case you missed it here is the latest!



Howl-o-ween Project Kit

Sign up as a Stampin' Up! demonstrator and get a Howl-o-ween Printer’s Tray project kit absolutely FREE—a $60 value! This exclusive kit contains the perfect elements of a spooktacular Halloween decoration!  Whether you enjoy stamping as a hobby or would like to have your own business and work as much or as little as your schedule allows this deal is for you.



The Halloween Spooktacular Project Kit includes:
  • Black Tray w/handle
  • Toxic Treats stamp set in choice of wood or clear-mount and English or French. Prefer your Halloween sentiment stamps in Spanish? You have the option to choose Spooky Bingo Bits in Spanish instead of Toxic Treats.
  • 1 Pack of Bakers Twine in Lucky Limeade
  • 1 Pack of Basic Jewels Rhinestones
  • 2 - 12x12 sheets made with My Digital Studio. Images include rectangular shapes of DSP from Howlstooth & Scaringbone, Old Olive, Pumpkin Pie & More Mustard CS. Images of all the inserts, flags, pennants and bats, etc. All papers included are MDS digital images.
  • Laser cut spider web, pennant and flag in Silver Glimmer Paper
  • 6 buttons - 1 Vintage Faceted Designer, 2 Basic Gray, 2 Pumpkin Pie and 1 Old Olive
  • Glue Dots Adhesive
  • Ribbon - Very Vanilla Seam Binding, approx 18" in length and 1/2" Black & Gray Striped Satin Ribbon, approx 36" in length.
  • Ink and clear blocks not included.
Your starter kit is only $99 and you can make it your way by picking the items you need to begin your journey as a demonstrator. For $99 you get $125 worth of current Stampin' Up! products, FREE shipping, 8 copies of the Annual Catalog, a one time 30% discount on your first demonstrator product order of $150 or more and 20% discount on anything you purchase as an active demonstrator.  Decide Stampin' Up! isn't for you?  there are no further obligations and you keep what you have.  Decide you love it! you have until December to place another order and you will be able to pre-order new products prior to customer availability as well as receive a monthly magazine packed with new ideas, tutorials and, the option to have your personal web site.

The project kit offer is available only until August 31.



MDS 23 is here!! for a free trial click here.



 If you like to sew or craft with fabric this special is for you!!!

Discontinued Stampin' Up! fabric is only $.99 while supplies last!


Item Description Price
121716Deck the Halls Designer Fabric
$0.99
121715Candy Cane Christmas Designer Fabric$0.99
121817Springtime Vintage Designer Fabric$0.99
121818Sweet Stitches Designer Fabric$0.99


Just click here and then on the shop now button to purchase at this low, low price.

After the last 3 months I had a great time making this card:
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I used Lucky Limeade as my base color and for the stems, the flower is Primrose Petals with embossing along bottom using the delicate designs folder.  The stamp set is Field Flowers clear mount.

I hope you have enjoyed my card!  It truly exemplifies how I feel, I have it framed in my office to remind me to breathe and "Keep Calm".

Thanks for stopping by,
Inky Huggz,

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