Posts tagged ‘Patterned occasions’

January 27, 2013

Sale-a-brate good times, come on!

It’s a sale-a-bration!

(OK, so now that song will be going around my head for the rest of the day!)

I made this gift set using some of the fabulous stamp sets available for FREE during Stampin’ Up’s sale-a-bration

– madison avenue, vintage verses and patterned occasions (my favourite)…

Saleabration heart trio

The colour inspiration came from the candlelight Christmas specialty designer series paper – a great way to use up any Christmas papers you may still have around…

Hints of sparkle were added with small hearts punched from champagne glimmer paper, and tiny bows of early espresso scalloped tulle ribbon for texture.

I bought some chocolate hearts from my local suparmarket and adhered to the card with mini glue dots …

heart insert

These projects are good for Valentines, anniversaries, birthdays or just because …

and they fitted in perfectly with my cake from cake class this week…

chocolate mocha heart cake

… a coffee cake covered with chocolate icing, embossed with roses.

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

stamps: sale-a-bration sets – patterned occasions, madison avenue, vintage verses; cardstock: whisper white, early espresso, champagne glimmer; punches: heart, small heart, circle, scallop circle; accessories: stamp-a-majig, candlelight Christmas specialty dsp, early espresso tulle ribbon, mini glue dots; additional: chocolate heart.

Thanks for dropping by today

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January 17, 2013

Patterned occasions bottle tag …

A couple of days ago I shared the thank you gifts I made using the FREE sale-a-bration stamp set – patterned occasions – coming soon during Stampin’ Up!’s sale-a-bration.

While I still had my craft things out, I made a bottle gift tag using the same stamp set, but this time teamed it with some candlelight Christmas specialty dsp

– so beautiful and not just for Christmas!

Saleabration Thanks a ton bottle tag card

The flip side of the green patterned paper is in early espresso, which I cut in a narrow strip of paper ribbon, matching the ink I used for the sentiment.

This is how it looked on the bottle …

Saleabration Thanks a ton bottle tag

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

cardstock: whisper white, crumb cake, old olive; inks: stampin’ write markers in pretty-in-pink, regal rose, old olive, early espresso; punches: scallop circle, 1 1/4” circle, corner rounder; accessories: candlelight Christmas specialty dsp, tombow multi purpose glue.

Thanks for dropping by today

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