Donna Griffiths, Stampin’ Up! trainer, shows you how to create custom-sized boxes using Designer Series Paper. This is an EXCELLENT video that includes a WONDERFUL worksheet of what I have been doing for a year! LOVE it and encourage all to use to make a PERFECT box every time! The worksheets are FANTASTIC!!!!
06 Sep 2016 Leave a comment
07 Jun 2016 Leave a comment
LOVE the Envelope Punch Board!!!
03 Mar 2016 Leave a comment
This week I have been featuring the wonderful transforming pinwheel by Robert Neale that originally was made with Post It notes! Here is the tutorial for this wonderful origami design that I featured on the Marvelous Monday posting.
11 Jan 2016 Leave a comment
The Stampin Up Botanical Gardens Bundle is so much fun to make projects. This project is a box of six different cards that I made. What do you think of these cards? I have included a short video about this wonderful product line.
Let your creativity bloom. It’s easy when you have the Botanical Blooms Stamp Set, Botanical Gardens Designer Series Paper, and Botanical Builders Framelits Dies. See how to combine stamped images, patterned paper, and die cuts to create gorgeous stamped images and accents. I LOVE this bundle and have many more projects planned for the blog!
08 Jan 2016 Leave a comment
Each month I thank my paper crafting customers with a special surprise for their purchases. My December customers have all received their thank you card and surprise in a hand made box. Here is a picture of the card I made each customer with the Stampin Up Flowering Fields stamp set. What do you think? The box was made to fit one of the Stampin Up Flowering Fields Stamps! What do you think?
A bonus tutorial for making this little box that I made with card stock and covered with Stampin Up Wildflower Fields Designer Series paper. Take one piece of card stock and cut to 4 inches by 10 1/4 inches. On the long side score the card stock as 1 1/4 inches, 4 1/2 inches, 5 3/4 inches and 9 inches. On the short side score at 1 1/4 inches and 2 3/4 inches. See pictures for proper cutting and putting the box together. What do you think?