May you and your family have a blessed Easter season. Here is a Pink Bunny bringing you wishes for a Happy Easter, too. You can make this card...Join us from 6-9 pm on Wednesday, March 31st at 8 Shackleford Plaza (Little Rock) 1st floor conference room. RSVP by Monday, March 29th to Ellen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chocolate Bunny (# 116980 $7.95) stamped with Pretty in Pink Classic Ink on Whisper White Cardstock. The eye and grass are the Green Bead Duo (# 110754 $9.95) adhered with Crystal Effects. Happy Easter greeting is from Teeny Tiny Wishes (# 115370 $36.95), stamped in Certainly Celery on Whisper White cardstock punched out with small oval (#107304) then layered on Certainly Celery large oval (#107305) and Pretty In Pink scallop oval punch (#114889). The remaining cardstock colors are Almost Amethyst, So Saffron and Certainly Celery. The NEW Pink Satin Ribbon points to the bunny - it adds just a bit of shine.
The PPA28 Color Challenge (http://www.palspaperarts.com/) this week was to use Melon Mambo, Basic Black and Pretty in Pink together. This card was created using My Digital Studio from Stampin'Up! using the Medallion background stamp in Basic Black, soft flower paper in Pretty in Pink, black button and heart from Sunny Day Simply Scrappin' digital kit. The greeting is done with text. Hope you enjoy viewing this creation.
If you would like to try digital papercrafting call me to schedule a time to meet 877-410-6575.
I created this snowflake card in response to the PPA 27 Challenge which is due today. See http://www.palspaperarts.com/ for more details and other card samples.
The Big Felt Flury snowflake (On sale at (www.gratefulstampers.Stampin'Up.com) and Basic Grey cardstock are sponged with Rich Razzleberry Ink. The Basic Jumbo Grommet was rubbed on the Rich Razzleberry ink pad and heat set. The greeting was stamped in Rich Razzleberry ink on Going Grey cardstock and punched out with the wide oval.
Let me know what you think of the design. Ellen
Stamp Set: Sweet Season
Paper: Rich Razzleberry, Going Grey, Basic Grey
Ink: Rich Razzleberry
Accessories: Rich Razzleberry Ribbon, Wide Oval Punch, Dazzling Diamonds glitter, two-way glue, Big Felt Flurries, Sponges, Basic Jumbo Grommets, heat gun
This was created in response to Pals Paper Arts weekly challenge, http://www.palspaperarts.com/. I used My Digital Studio (#118108) to create this card, since I don't have the Circle Circus stamp set. It was inspired Denise January's card that was showcased on http://www.stampinpretty.com/2009/06/guest-stamper-and-sneak-peek-circle-circus.html.
I am now certified on My Digital Studio. I would love to help you learn to use this cool paper-crafting software. See the book I created from Convention 2009 by clicking on the green book on the right side of this page.
Are you ready for the holidays? Stampin'Up! has a great sale for the 12 Days of Christmas. Check out all the details at www.gratefulstamper.stampinup.net.
I created this card in response to a challenge on Pals Paper Artist. This week we are "In the Pink" for Breast Cancer Awareness... celebrating cancer survivors, and remembering those that continue to battle, as well as the countless number of family and friends that have been touched by this disease.
I used Regal Rose, Chocolate Chip and Whisper White cardstock. The new Beary Best Friends stamp set from Build-a-Bear (#118052, $18.95), this is in the Holiday Mini Catalog. You can order this set at gratefulstampers.staqmpinup.net. Also used were Wonderful Words (retired set) and Scrap Pink Kit from Sizzix to create the textured ribbon background and pink ribbon.
My Birth Mom (Pat) is a 5 year breast cancer survivor! So I am passionate about supporting breast cancer awareness.
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As an Independent Stampin'Up! demonstrator for over 6 years, I LOVE what I do - sharing and teaching people to make beautiful handmade greeting cards, gift items, invitations, digital scrapbooks and more. Even if you think you are not creative - you can be. Come to a class - I'll prove it to you! Hobbyist or business builders are welcome to join my team. Love what you do...Share what you LOVE! Get paid to do what you love!