Yesterday I held my annual Retirement Party and I gave everyone a little gift who attended, a little Pop Up Post It Note Holder that I made using the Betsy’s Blossoms Stamp Set. They were such a hit I thought that today I would share with you how I made them.
They are so easy to make and I really love the way the top pops up and is displayed when you set them on your desk. And can you see the little sentiment? It’s from the Fabulous Phrases Stamp Set (128577/120501) which is retiring. This set gives you so many choices to choose from to create just the right phrase that you’re looking for.
Betsy’s Blossoms is one of the fun sets that is retiring from the 2013 Catalog on June 4th. I’m going to miss this set with it’s bold images. If you’d like to see all the items on the Retirement List CLICK HERE.
Stop back by tomorrow and I’ll share the make ‘n take everyone made.
Winners were announced at yesterday’s party and those who were not able to attend will be contacted by email later today! Thank you to all those who participated and Congratulations to all those who won!!
And remember today is the last day to take advantage of the current Weekly Deals
I was sad to see some of my favorite Big Shot Accessories were on the Retirement list this spring. One of my favorites is the Card Base Pop ‘n Cuts Die (130099). I have had so much fun creating cards and gift items with this collection of dies and framelits and I’ve created a number of different video tutorials using them.
So today here are some of my favorite projects made with Big Shot Dies and Framelits along with some of our retiring stamp sets.
I made this recently for Easter and holds a Ghirardelli chocolate. This little gift has an accompanying video tutorial and you can click HERE to see my original post.
As promised in yesterday post I’ll be sharing how I made these cute little Bon Voyage Post It Note Holders with you today. A friend of mine showed me how to make these little holders during one of our demonstrator events. I thought they were just too cute so I was excited when I ran across them and decided to use them as my little gift to everyone who attended. After all who doesn’t need Post It Notes right?
I think these little Bon Voyage Post It Note Holders are sooo cute that not only am I using them for the Retirement Party but also as little gifts to my daughters friends who will be attending her graduation party – I thought the little piece of luggage was in keeping with them heading off to college too since they’ll be heading off to a new adventure in life.
I created these little Bon Voyage Post It Note Holders using some of our current retiring products. I chose Lucky Limeade card stock (item 122926) and my favorite Designer Series Paper, Floral District (item 126919). I love the colors in this Designer Series Paper; it’s just so bright and cheerful. Did you see the little tags? I used the Fabulous Phrases Stamp Set (item 117002/120501) and chose the words enjoy and life to stamp the two little tags with. I’m really like this stamp set, it gives you such great choices to create all kind of phrases.
You can learn how to make these little Bon Voyage Post it Note Holders by watching my latest video below:
If you haven’t seen the list there is still time, just click HERE for your copy. You have until June 3rd to place your order for those items you want. But don’t delay since our accessories are only available while supplies last and things are going fast!
Come back tomorrow and I’ll show you the quick and easy card that we made during my Retirement Party.
Remember – When you place an order using Hostess Code 69D43KUE thru May 30th I’ll send you a FREE Boutique Boxes Kit PDF class tutorial for a 6 fun filled projects along with alternate ideas!
Stamp Set: Fabulous Phrases Stamp Set (retiring item 117002/120501)
Inks: Tangerine Tango (item 126946)
Paper: Lucky Limeade Card Stock (retiring item 122926) and Floral District Designer (retiring item 126919)
Accessories: Lucky Limeade Ribbon (retiring item 122977), In Color Brad (retiring item 122940), Lucky Limeade Baker’s Twine (retiring item 125572), 3/16″ Corner Punch (item 119871), Jewelry Tag Punch (retiring item 17190), 1/16″ Circle Handheld Punch (retiring item 101227), Paper Piercing Mat & Piercer (item 126199/126189)
Just a few days left to get an extra $30 in products when you Join My Team – You’ll be the FIRST to see all the NEW and exciting products in the 2013-2014 Catalog! You can click HERE to see more information about joining my TEAM. Please contact me for all the exciting details regarding the NEW 2013-2014 Catalog and joining. This promotion ends May 30th!
Are you ready for Valentine’s Day? I’m almost ready and since Valentine’s Day is just a few days away I wanted to share my video tutorial with you for these cute little Paper Hearts. I made these Paper Hearts to hang in the windows of my house. I think you’re going to have fun making them too – but be careful they’re so quick and easy they are addicting!
Here are 3 of the Paper Hearts that I made on Saturday.
As you can see I made my Paper Hearts in 2 different sizes and I used the Hearts a Flutter Bundle (item 131098/131097) to create the spinning heart in the center. Can you see the word love stamped on the center of the larger heart? (You can check out the close up below for a better view.) I used the stamp set Fabulous Phrases to stamp the word love on one side, and the word you on the other side, so when it spins it says “Love You”.
Fabulous Phrases (item 117002/120501) is one of those stamp sets I use all the time since it is such a pretty font and it contains 30 stamps that you can make all kind of different phrases with! (Want to see some of the combinations you can make with this set? Click HERE for a PDF and then see how many more you can make!)
Isn’t that fun? I can’t decide which one I like best since I just love the delicate scalloped heart image from the Hearts a Flutter stamp set, it reminds me of my Grandma for some reason. Why not leave me a comment below and let me know which Paper Heart you like the best.
Would you like to know how I made these Paper Hearts? Well why not check out my Paper Hearts Video Tutorial.
Here are the supplies I used to make my Paper Hearts:
Regals Color Collection Designer Series Paper Stock (item117154 $21.95):
Small Paper Heart: ¾” x 4″, ¾” x 6″, ¾” x 8″ (cut 2 of each)
Large Paper Heart: ¾” x 7″, ¾” x 9″, ¾” x 11″ (cut 2 of each)
Please leave me a comment and let me know what you think of today’s Paper Hearts Video Tutorial. I’d love to know what you think of my second video tutorial and if you’d like to see more videos.
Did you know to leave a comment on any post all you have to do is click on the little thought bubble by the title if you don’t see the comment box? And did you know you don’t need to worry about the fact I ask for your email when you leave a comment since no one else will see it except me. My blog only asks for your name and email so it knows you’re a real person and not a robot spammer and I’ll only send you email if you have requested my Newsletter.