December 12, 2019

Snow Globe Ornament

This month in technique club we made this adorable card with a detachable snow globe ornament.  Here's how the ornament is made.  Below are step by step instructions.

Pieces of snowglobe cut out. RED:  Cut (2) 3” circles.  Cut globe center in one of the circles.  With cutout piece, cut out bottom of snow globe base.
WHITE:  Cut (1) 2-3/4” circle
SPARKLE GLIMMER:  Cut 2-3/4 scallop circle.  Cut globe center in center.  With cutout piece, cut out scrolled bottom of base
.

 Stamp and color image on white circle.  Glue white
circle to red
circle.
Gently place about 1/4 tsp glitter and pinch of sequins to center.

Remove back adhesive backing on snow globe back and attach to top/center of circles, leaving bottom as shown

Remove adhesive backing on front of snow globe and attach twine to top

 Attach cut out red circle to front of globe, making sure edges match around circle.

 Cut out small opening on bottom of shimmer paper. If glimmer paper not used, this step is not necessary.  This way the glue will be able to adhere when adding the base of the globe.

Glue scalloped circle around the globe as shown

 Glue scroll base to red base

Glue base to circle

Add bow with glue dots sticking most of it to plastic for it may not stick well to glimmer paper.

Poke hole in center/top of assembled pool party piece about 1/4" way down.

Loosely secure brad, then attach to base card.
I hope you will make a snow globe card....not just for Christmas or winter.  Could also be made into a baby card, or birthday, or any occasion.  Recipients will love it (and won't stop shaking it)!

Paper/Measurements
Real Red        5-1/2 x 8-1/2, 3” circle (2)
Pool Party    4 x 5-1/4
Let is Snow DSP    2-1/2 x 5
Whisper white    2-3/4 circle
Sparkle Glimmer    2-3/4 scalloped circle

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November 12, 2019

Stampin' Up! Anniversary Date


Happy Anniversary to ME!  Today marks my 12 year anniversary as a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.  I have met so many new friends during these 12 years, and most have become my "best" friends! 

If you might be interested in becoming a Stampin' Up! demonstrator, feel free to join my team.  If you have any questions, feel free to email me.


October 31, 2019

Pop Up Card


This would make such a nice card for someone not feeling well ... simply put some tea, or a package of soup, or even a small package of tissues in the side for a little extra ...

Below are the instructions from technique club.

Paper/Measurements
Pretty Peacock    4-1/4 x 11, score at landscape position 1/2, 1-1/2, 4-1/2, 5-1/2  3-1/4 x 6, score at landscape position 1/2, 1-1/2
Designer Paper    2 x 2, 3 x 3, 3/4 x 2-2/4 (2)
Gray Granite    1-1/8 x 3, 3 x 3 (cup)
Copper Foil    3/8 x 3

After scoring Adhere tear n tape to 1/2” end of both peacock pieces.

Fold along score line as shown on larger piece.

Remove tape strip off tape and fold up and secure which will create box.

This is how it should look

Decorate with designer paper as shown.

Run a few rows of tape along front panel

Adhere smaller peacock piece to front with tape side toward the inside.

Remove tape strip off tape and lay flat as shown


The top of the smaller panel will be flush with the top of the card after folding the flap in.  Press to secure

Finish decorating as shown on first picture.


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October 18, 2019

Northern Lights

Technique Time -- Northern lights is a favorite of mine and my friends.  It can be done so many different ways ... here is one rendition.

Mask bottom with painter's tape or post it note.  Using sponge or dauber use yellow (this one is crushed curry, we also used pineapple punch ink in class) and swoop up a couple of times).

Next, do the same with rich razzleberry.

Repeat again with granny apple green.

Sponge over everything with night of navy, darker on the outside edges leaving the middle slightly lighter. After sponging spritz lightly with a mixture of rubbing alcohol (or water) and champagne mist shimmer paint over the top.  It will give it a look of stars (see pic below for results).

Remove mask.

Add stamping (sentiments and images)
Experiment with different colors.  Bermuda bay works as one of the swishes.  The direction of the swishes can also be sideways for a different look.  Give it a try!


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