Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Hi World...I'm Back

So I have been on a blogging break, while I tried to survive the holidays...but now its a NEW Year, full of NEW opportunities, NEW ideas and best of all a NEW Stampin Up Catalog! Last Thursday was our monthly Stamp Club and I think we made some fun projects. Our hostess for the month, made all the girls these adorable notebooks with the Flower Layers dies, so CUTE!
Our first project used the Mark The Date and Full Calendar stamp sets (found on page 126 of the new catty) We stamped the calendar in Basic Black, and the months in a variety of Stampin Up colors! It was pretty simple to assemble, if you want exact measurements leave me a comment and I'll post them.

The current month hangs with a clip adhered to the front with glue dots, while the months not in use sit in the pocket on the back, I just folded up the Kraft c/s and held it together with the twine from the Holiday Mini (now discontinued).
I thought this was a great way to start off 2009, a little calender perfect for the kitchen counter, next to the computer, or a desk at work!
For our next project I wanted to use the Valentines Bundle, I am loving this cute Valentine set Love You Much (pg27) The bundle includes, the Love You Much stampset, coordinating paper Candy Lane, and cute new punch Heart to Heart...all packaged together at a 20% savings! Contact me to order your bundle!! Anyway onto the project. We started with a Kraft cs base, and layered Riding Hood Red, and Pirouette Pink, on Very Vanilla cs the image was stamped in Basic Brown and colored using the AquaPainters and coordinating inks, to finish it off the ends were sealed using my paper crimper.
As I mentioned our hostess for the month made these adorable books for everyone...I love how great the dies work on such a variety of mediums-fabric, felt, cardboard-so many possibilities!!
Thanks for looking! Have a great day!

1 comment:

Holly said...

Thanks for all of the help!! It made stamp night much better!! I love your cute little calendars. . .I may have to steal your idea!!