Look no further for an elegant holiday card that is simple enough to mass produce for a long Christmas Card list! The color combination of Lost Lagoon and Pear Pizzaz is so festive, too. Simply click on the image to download a .pdf tutorial...
Original Card by Jackie B.
If you are averse to cutting out a lot of little ornaments, this video tip on my Creative Juice by Loni Facebook page will show you how to use your 1-1/4" circle punch to make it easy!
Getting ready for my last Christmas Card Class and I saw the Friday Mashup from last week, so I decided to use it as inspiration for one of the cards we'll be creating: It uses some non-traditional holiday colors (Island Indigo, Garden Green and Rich Razzleberry) but turned out pretty festive! I hope you can see the Faux Diamonds (or Diamond Dust technique) over the "Merry"...I've told you about this super easy sparkly technique before here and here. Just can't get enough of it because the BLING sings to me!
'Tis the Season for giving thanks, and this fun card is perfect because it can be used for men or women! With just a few products needed, you could create a stack of these to have on hand this month. Click on the picture to download a .pdf tutorial and let the feathers tickle your fancy!
Do you think you need to wait for a special occasion to send a handmade card? Forget that! Don't the most delightful surprises come at the most UNEXPECTED times? You are always looking for a Valentine or Birthday card, but wouldn't it be more fun to get one of these...just because it's fall?
Original card by Janice O'Quinn Urke
I can't decide if I love this sweet autumnal greeting because of the rich texture or the little stamped leaves on the ground most...to create your own, download the .pdf tutorial by clicking on the card!
There is a nip in the air with the changing of seasons, so it's fitting that we say HELLO to Fall with this cute little envelope that holds a Ghiradelli chocolate square or a gift card...or both! Click on the picture for a .pdf tutorial and make a bunch to share:
Original project by Susan Campfield
And in other news this morning, it's time for a PLxSU giveaway!
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I love using my stampin' supplies to create home decor and this fall candle wrap makes me feel warm and positively glowing with gratitude for things like batteries, pumpkin chocolate chip cookies and spectacularly colored autumn leaves!
To get the tutorial for this project, click on the picture for a .pdf to print. And if you need the supplies listed, you can order them in my online store here.
Since this is a battery-powered candle (and won't melt down) you can create a wrap for different seasons and enjoy the glow all year round!
P.S. The candles are on sale at Costco right now :)
Ooops...I missed last week's Tuesday Tutorial, so I'll share two this week (kind of).
It was my pleasure to demonstrate the Starburst (or Sunburst) technique last week at Jill Olsen's Stamp Together in St. George and these are some of the cards I showed how to make:
Wanna know what's cool about these cards? I made 4 starbursts all at the same time by cutting a stack of 4 pieces of paper! I used the awesome tutorial by Sharon Cheng here. Seriously easy...go watch it now and remember the measurements for the DSP are 3"x4". The first card stock layer is 4-7/8" x 3-5/8", and the next layer is usually 5-1/4" x 4", then the card itself (a half sheet of 8.5" x 11" paper, folded in half).
I cut the star with the Stars Framelits and Big Shot, then scored with my Simply Scored board (on the silver side) of the star from point to opposite indentation, on all points. Then just fold and mount on some Stampin' Dimensionals :) So shiny!
Breaking news:I had planned a drop-in card class for World Card-Making Day this Saturday evening, but my husband's grandma passed away and we will be attending her funeral services instead. Check back tomorrow for other ways to celebrate WCMD with me and mark your calendar for my Christmas Card Buffet Oct. 14 @ 7 p.m. or Oct. 15 @ 10 a.m.
Stampin' Up! is helping you fill the mailboxes of those you love with beautiful handmade greeting cards by offering discounts on stamps, ink, envelopes and paper...all the essential elements for a great card (including the BIG NEWS stamp set that was featured in my Tuesday Tutorial yesterday).
TAKE NOTE: This special sale only lasts through October 6, 2014 so take advantage and stock up inmy Stampin' Up! Store ASAP! If you place and order and use Hostess Code TMDTH6QN, you will have a chance to win the Good Greetings Stamp Set (also available when you host your own party in October, with a minimum $300 party)
If you are addicted to patterned paper, you may want to consider becoming a Stampin' Up! demonstrator this month because you will get to choose a free pack of SU! Designer Series Paper for the next 6 months! It's an awesome time to start a business and share creativity with your friends through the holidays and beyond...
And what do you get when you combine the Stamp, Stock and Save sale with the Pick-a-Pack-of-Paper promotion? A really cute card like this: