Posts tagged ‘Michelle Last’

September 14, 2013

Pinkies Stampin’ Up! autumn/winter seasonal catalogue blog hop …

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Thank you for joining us on another Pinkies Blog Hop! We’re showcasing lots of gorgeous projects using products from the new Stampin’ Up!® Autumn/Winter Seasonal Catalogue. Simply use the buttons at the end of each post to keep hopping!  

If you’ve arrived from Sarah’s blog, a big hello to you.  

There are so many lovely new products to choose from in the seasonal catalogue that I was spoiled for choice. The winter frost designer series paper really caught my eye as it is just beautiful.  The designs are so gorgeous – I love it all. After stroking the paper for a while (I know, us crafters love to stroke paper!) I cut into it to make this pretty gift box, ideal for holding personalised stationery, recipes or greetings cards … 

winter frost gift box and dividers

It will make an ideal Christmas gift and I know just who I’m going to give it to. 

I added some matching dividers with space to write notes such as birthdays and important dates …

box dividers

To make the box, you need just one 12”x12” piece of cardstock and one sheet of designer series paper, with a little extra for embellishments and dividers if you wish.  

The box holds standard sized cards and envelopes.  I have a tutorial available if you would like to make one yourself, with sizes in both inches and centimetres. 

There was enough designer paper left to also make a 6″x6″ card and matching gift tag …

Winter frost card and tag

Here’s what I used to make today’s projects – all supplies from Stampin’ Up!:

cardstock: smoky slate 12″x12″ co-ordinations, whisper white; stamp sets: festive flurry, wishing you; ink: soft sky, basic grey; punches/dies: 1” circle, festive flurry framelits, hole punch; accessories: frosted finishes embellishments, whisper white baker’s twine, winter frost dsp, stampin’ dimensionals, tombow multi purpose glue, anywhere glue stick,  simply scored scoreboard, adorning accents edgelits, paper cutter, paper snips, bone folder, bigshot machine.

I hope you have a great weekend and do make sure you stop by the next stop in the hop which is Lisa’s blog, as I know she has so much to inspire you too.

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February 9, 2013

Pinkies Spring/Summer Blog Hop Weekend…

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We’re so glad you could join us on Part 1 of the Pinkies Spring/Summer Blog Hop. We are showcasing lots of gorgeous projects using products from the new Stampin’ Up!® Spring/Summer Catalogue. We have so much inspiration to share with you so we will be offering two Blog Hops – Part 2 will be tomorrow (Sunday 10th February). Simply use the buttons at the end of each post to keep on hopping. Do come back tomorrow to see what Part 2 has in store. We love comments, so please tell us what you think!

If you have arrived here from Michelle’s blog, welcome and I hope you enjoy looking at the lovely new products …

Valentine double easel card side on

I know there’s been a lot of hearts on my blog lately, but I literally fell in love with the more amore specialty designer series paper, and couldn’t resist using it with the core’dinations cardstock to make a double easel Valentine’s card.

The core’dinations cardstock really comes into its own when it’s embossed and sanded to reveal the lighter core, highlighting the designs of the embossing folders.

I added a row of the vanilla flower trim –

gorgeous vintage dimensional flowers on strips of tulle …

Valentine double easel card close up

With a sprinkling of adhesive pearls and a tiny bow of very vanilla seam binding ribbon …

Despite being so dimensional, the card folds flat to fit into an envelope for giving.

Valentine double easel card

There’s a helpful video showing how to make the basic card on Melissa’s blog here.

Here’s what you need to make today’s card – all supplies from Stampin’ Up!:

cardstock: pool party and primrose petals core-dinations; dies: hearts collection framelits; accessories:  more amore specialty dsp, very vanilla seam binding ribbon, adhesive pearls, big shot, simply scored scoring tool, perfect polka dots and woodgrain textured impressions embossing folders, stampin’ dimensionals, mini glue dots, snail adhesive.

So next stop is Erna’s blog, and she has some wonderful projects to share with you.

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