Tuesday, March 23, 2010

I made this card for my sister-in-law Jessica. Her birthday was last month, so I can post it now.

I used my scallop circle punch to punch out 8 punches from an old book (gasp!). I don't know if I can keep doing that, it's really painful destroying a book. It's a book that I got for $1 at a book sale with this process in mind. You could also stamp a word stamp on vanilla paper and punch it out. I do like the real vintage look the book pages give. Then I wet the scallop circles and crunched them up. I then opened them back up some and let them start to dry. Then I sponged some shimmer paint on the individual scallop circles. I put the rhinestone brad through them once I stacked them on top of each other. I then scrunched them into the shape I wanted while they were still pliable. They dried in the shape I left them in. That's "it". It's really not that hard.

All of the supplies are Stampin' Up! except the book that I used for the flower. Contact me if you have questions about anything.

Also, I'm always open to come to you for either a class (paid attendance for multiple projects) or a workshop (free demonstration with one project). If there is a group of you that would like to have something planned, customized for you, please let me know. It's a great addition to a girls night "in".

Sale-A-Bration is going on right now with Stampin' Up!. This is a great time of the year to get stuff that you need while also earning something FREE for every $50 in merchandise that you spend. You can view the FREE stuff here in the Sale-A-Bration Brochure.

You can view Stampin' Up!'s Occasions Mini Catalog here. This mini catalog runs through the end of April. It has the debut of Stampin' Up's clear mounted stamps. The clear mounted sets cost less and takes up less space to store.

And as always, Stampin' Up!'s Idea Book and Catalog can be viewed here.

Contact me directly if you'd like to place an order.

Have a great day!


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