Here is a group of them together. Thanks for coming by!
Sunday, August 28, 2011
Here is a group of them together. Thanks for coming by!
Saturday, August 27, 2011
The party was a blast! See you again soon.
Friday, August 19, 2011
Thursday, August 18, 2011
Sunday, August 14, 2011
Saturday, August 13, 2011
My mom's box, vintage and floral
Friday, August 12, 2011
*Scrappy Scrapbooking Stamp Camp*
Wednesday, August 24 - 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM (or so J)
Maureen's Home in Simi Valley
We'll be making a two page 12x12" scrapbook layout - this month will be a "Summer/Beach" theme. Perfect to scrap that summer time vacation/trip to the ocean. On-time drawing at 7:05 PM Cost: $15.00 or FREE with a $40.00 purchase of SU merchandise at the stamp camp. All supplies and light refreshments provided. No additional purchase required. Limit 10.
Must RSVP to hold your spot.
Sunday, August 28 - 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM (or so J)
Cost is $20
Maureen's Home in Simi Valley
In keeping with my New Year's resolution to get my cards all stamped and done for Christmas 2011 I'll be offering a series of these stamp camps throughout this year. Each time you attend you will make 10 simple but wonderful
Christmas cards (5 each of 2 different designs). If you do not do Christmas cards and would like an alternative winter or holiday design - let me know. If you attend each month you could have quite a stash!! Light refreshments served.
No additional purchase required. Limit 10. Must RSVP to hold your spot.
*Stamp Camp/Class Cancellation Policy - If you cancel your reservation at least 48 hours in advance of the event there will be no cost to you. If you cancel within that 48 hours I will try and place someone from the waiting and if that works there will be no charge to you; otherwise you will be responsible for the class fee but you will receive the materials packet with pictures (by email) to make your projects. Stamping will not be done for you, so you may need to adjust the project slightly using what stamps you have available.
Thursday, August 11, 2011
My dress. This project is the reason I decided to enter the contest. I got the idea while at the store when I saw jewelery holders in the shape of a dress. I thought it would be so cute to use it as an actual dress form, so I went home and that night while my little ones were in bed I started cutting. It actually came together pretty easily on the first try, but then came the flowers...those took a while:) And then had piecing all the pearls. I really enjoyed this project and hope you do as well.
Here is a closer picture of the details. The colors are pear pizazz, peach parfait, poppy parade and whisper white. Now be sure to hop over to Heather Klump's blog and see her projects, she is amazing!
"The Up, Up and Away Stamp Set and the Designer Series Brights Buttons”
(see below for more information on this) and the
Card Kit with all pre-cut pieces to make 6 of the cards shown above for FREE!
*PDF file emailed to you with step-by-step instructions for the featured card, as well as 3 bonus designs and supply lists using this stamp set & accessory.
Want to make more cards? No problem! When you order the Stamp Set of the Month Bundle, you can order additional quantities of pre-cut cardstock kits. Each "kit" will contain pieces to make 6 of the featured cards. Order as many additional kits as you want so that you can make as many as you want to have on hand! These would be great for a Card Stamp Camp!
Up, Up and Away WOOD Bundle:
$35.90 + Shipping and Tax
(Includes your order of the "Up, Up and Away" stamp set in wood mount & 1 package of Brights Designer Series buttons, plus the FREE card kit)
Up, Up and Away CLEAR Bundle:
$27.90 + Shipping and Tax
(Includes your order of the "Up, Up and Away" stamp set in clear mount & 1 package of Brights Designer Series buttons, plus the FREE card kit)
Additional Quantities of the Card Kit:
$6 + Shipping for every set of 6 cards
Already have this Stamp Set or Accessory?
No problem. You can order any stamp set and/or accessory of equal value to the featured items and still receive the FREE card kit and PDF File!
Other supplies you'll need to complete card as shown above:
*Daffodil Delight (119667), Pumpkin Pie (105216), and Tempting Turqouise (100814) Classic Stampin' Pads; Real Red Stampin' Write Marker (100052) and Medium White Envelopes (107301)
HOW TO ORDER
You can order your Up, Up and Away Bundle two different ways:
1. Order ON-LINE: simply go to my Stampin' Up! website http://www.heidiking.stampinup.net/ , make sure it is my name at the top of the site, and click on shop now:
*Up, Up and Away Wood Mount Stamp Set (122755) for $26.95
OR Clear Mount (122757) for $18.95
*Brights Designer Series Buttons (119747) for $8.95
(or other products valued at $27.90 or more)
(don't forget to order any other products you might need!)
After you have placed your order--simply send me an email
requesting your FREE Card Kit and to order any additional Card Kits
Or, if you prefer -
2. You can email me your order at email@example.com
and I will place the order for you
(these orders will need to be picked up at my home when ready, but you will save on shipping charges for the card kits.)
Orders for the Card Kits must be received by August 21, 2011. You will receive an email confirmation from me with full charges including shipping based on what you purchased. Your kits will be ready for pick up, or to be shipped out to you by September 1, 2011
Call or email me today to order:
Thanks for coming by and make sure you stop by tomorrow , it's the last day of our blog hop and I saved the best for last!
Wednesday, August 10, 2011
She is so very talented!
1. Connie Collins
2. Sandra Farrell
3. Heidi King
4. Heather Klump
5. Cheryl LeFore
6. Laura Mellinger
7. Jennifer Picard
8. Heather Stevens
9. Summer Stone
10. Heather Summers
Monday, August 8, 2011
Sunday, August 7, 2011
Saturday, August 6, 2011
Yellow being one of my favorite colors made making this card easier...which was good considering I had to make this card, and three other projects all within a few day period to send them in on time! This set is now retired, it was a level two hostess set that I used a lot. I usually don't like two step stamping but these flowers always turning out so nice! I did a rock-n-roll technique on the base layer of the flowers with more mustard and daffodil delight, then stamped the outline on early espresso. I hope you have enjoyed today's project from me. Now be sure to hop over to Heather Klump's blog and see her projects, she is very talented.
Thanks for coming by and see you again tomorrow!
Friday, August 5, 2011
Being that I LOVE Halloween, having a Halloween card was a no brainer! I think this set~wicked cool is just adorable! The DSP is retired along with the bat that was punched out (this is actually a pop up card, but being that I cannot find ANY of the picture I took prior to sending in my entries, leaves me with what I could take at convention)
I embossed all of the images with black and the spooky and bats were sponged around with whisper white craft ink to give it an eerie look. The rosette edge was dipped into crystal effects then into black glitter. Be sure to check out my blog in the next months to come to see all the Halloween creations Ill come up with!
Thursday, August 4, 2011
I had fun with this card, this one was one of those sit down at your desk having NO IDEA in your mind what you are gonna do kinda cards! I tend to go for a larger base when I do my cards, so a square 5 1/4" card base gives me a good start! I used Marina Mist for my base with Bravo Burgundy as my next layer, then topped it off with a piece of paisley petals DSP that I ran through my big shot. Since this layer was larger then the image on the vintage wallpaper impression folder, I ended up lining it up and running it twice. Added a few colors from our distressing kit and some shimmer. The stamped images are from nature walk set and tiny tags~two of my favorite sets! Be sure to stop back tomorrow! And now hop over to Heather Klump's blog and see her projects, she is very talented!
Wednesday, August 3, 2011
Hi Everyone and welcome to your next stop on the 2011 artisan award blog hop day two! I am so excited to share with all of you the creations that were made for this award. There are ten stops on this hop, so be sure to make it full circle to see everyone's talent. If this is your first stop, then once you get back to me you have made it the whole way through. If thus isn't your first stop you should be coming from Sandra Farrell 's blog. Isn't she talented!
I really enjoyed making this card. I absolutely love this heart (retired from our 2010-2011 holiday mini). It is hard to see the detail, but each of the flowers and leaves on the heart are cut out at least once, curled up and pieced back on the heart. The colors are Very Vanilla, cherry cobbler, and basic black. The DSP is also retired from the 2010-2011 catalog and idea book! Thanks for coming by to see my project, I hope you enjoyed it! Now be sure to hop over to Heather Klump's blog and see her projects, she is very talented!
Tuesday, August 2, 2011
Monday, August 1, 2011
My little man Zavian(who isn't so little)He looks so old in this picture to me!
My sassy Makai. She is 3yrs old
My other sassy one, Kamili she is almost 5yrs old
And a close up of my man....Back to stamping tomorrow!