Sunday, December 12, 2010

Christmas Goodie Bag

Guess what I did today? I finished up the goodie bags for my Stampin' Up! gals.  They are a fine bunch and they deserve a little something. I can't show you what's inside but I can show you the bag.
Bet you wish you were one of these ladies now, don't you?
Now off to work I go. It's gonna be a busy day. Got an order for 14 extra large pizza for 6pm. Can you say fun? NOT!

Thanks for stopping by!

Thursday, December 9, 2010

Mojo Scrapmaster Medallion

Wow, two posts in one day! Hahaha! This card is actually from Mondays challenges that I tried to do on Monday but something got in the way. I forget what it was, funny cause that was only 3 days ago. Must be sign of ...

Anyhoo, I used Mojo Mondays sketch, Scrapmaster's Paradise colours (oops, that was last weeks), and Splitcoast Stampers Monday technique - emboss resist. I also turned them into this month's thank you friend cards for my Stampin' Up! class.  I love the way it turned out. I love everything about it really.
Stamp Set: Medallion, Say it with Scallops
Colours: Baja Breeze, Sahara Sand, Wild Wasabi, Whisper White, and Sahara Sand DSP
Ink: Versamark, Wild Wasabi
Accessories: ribbon, pearls, scallop square punch, heat tool, clear emboss powder, sponge dauber

Christmas Treats

I'mmm baaack! Sorry again that I've been away for so long. I was busy getting the treat projects for my niece, nephew and John's grand-daughter ready for shipment. I hope they like it. It's not as great as last year's "Snowman Poop" project but I still like this one. It was easy to do, just time consuming when you have to make 86 of them.

 That's only a few of them. They wouldn't all fit nicely on the camera to take a shot of the whole bunch.  I cased this idea from Dawn Griffith. I love her and her projects!

I also had to make 86 Christmas cards for the kids to pass on to their friends at school. I didn't make this  easy on my self. I love punch pals, we make at least one card every month at my Stampin' Up! class. I made 59 mouse caroling mini cards and 27 reindeer ones that I forgot to take a pic of (so mad about that).

 But these are the original ones that I cased from Carol. The animals are the same size but the cards were 4x3 1/2 and there was only one DSP. The reindeer antlers are different too, I didn't feel like Cuttlebug 54 of them, so I used Martha Stewart's "twig" punch. Very cute!

I hope you enjoyed the share and understand why it took so long to get back here.