Are you ready for more amazing projects from this fabulous suite? The Birthday Delivery stamp set has 23 pieces, the Birthday Friends has ten dies and the Birthday Memories designer series paper has all kinds of images that match the dies: the poodle, the fox, the present, the banner, the balloon, the bunch of flowers and the girl. Here is cute card using the girl die and the image from the paper.
The next card uses the chef image and the neutral paper.
Here is close up of the chef. It is a stamp and is cut out with the framelits.
The Birthday Memories paper is also great for making gifts and cards for teachers or nursery school helpers. What do you think?
When I saw the images on one of the sheets of paper with the animals going to a birthday party I thought it would go perfectly with our hearth and home framelits. Add some clear window sheets and the windows look real!
Here is another “window card” this time using the bear image.
Here is a peek at the inside of this card:
Here is a large 6×6 Z-fold card using several images cut out using the framelits as well as patterned paper for a fun kids card.
Here is another view of the big z-fold card- the base is pacific point and the oval is cut using the Stitched Framelits.
Here is another simple card using one inch strips that are 3 1/2 inches long and at the end is a 1″ circle. Add a strip of ribbon and you’re all set.
The patterned paper was also perfect for making a striking 12×12 scrapbook layout. The base is soft sky from the Falling In Love card stock from the Occasions catalog. I used the Large Letters framelits to make the title.
The last project I made with this bundle is a mini album that is all ready to be filled with pictures of my soon to be born grandchild! I used three 8 1/2″ square pieces of white card stock.
Here is the inside of the book, all ready for some 4×4″ pictures and some triangle photos.
So that is the end of the samples I made for #OnStage2017, but I did make one more when I came home, especially since I left my entire box with all my samples and all my free stamp sets from the event in the Allstream Centre. Thank God that they were found by SU staff and were shipped to Utah…hopefully they will ship them to me and I will be reunited with my “children”. Here is a twisted pop-up card. I received one from Ellie Blake and then copied hers using my suite of products.
The magic happens when you open the card! For someone who is mechanically and directionally challenged it was a bit of a stretch to figure out where to put the adhesive so that it would function properly.
Here is a bit of a peek from above so you can see the mechanics of it all. I admit it is a little complicated but once you wrap your mind around it, it is not too difficult. It will be a great card either for Technique Club or a specialty class.
Well, I hope you love this suite as much as I do. Unfortunately it won’t be available to customers until June 1, but if you get the starter kit, you can pre-order on May 1! How amazing is that. You know how much I would love to have you on my team. And if you have been reading this blog or watching my videos, you also know that there is no obligation to be this amazing demonstrator either. You can get the kit just to get your very own discount. Of course, it is much more fun to stamp with a friend, so you would naturally invite some friends to come and stamp with you and before you know it orders for product will come to you and you will be able to at the very least support your own addiction (oops, hobby) Never forget, stamping is cheaper than therapy and way more fun!!
The retirement list was posted yesterday, check it out here. Remember the in-colours usually sell out as does discounted cardstock and paper. Happy shopping.