Friday, January 29, 2016

Picture Perfect Easel Card with Square Framelits

The Picture Perfect Stamp Set is one of the most beautiful stamp sets that I have ever seen. I've been fond of 2-step stamping since my very first inky finger, but the hummingbird in this stamp set takes 2-step to a whole new level. Add to that the transparency of photopolymer and you can stamp a colorful hummingbird in just minutes.

This easel card using the Square Framelits collection showcases the hummingbird and the rose to their best advantage. Find out how to make this WOW card by following my video tutorial above. All the supplies you'll need for this project are available for purchase HERE!

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Quick Reference
  1. For the card base, cut a 10” x 5-1/2” piece of Thick Whisper White Card Stock.
  2. On the long side, score at the 2-3/4” and 5” mark.
  3. Fold the card base in half.
  4. Run the card base through the largest square die (without scallops). Make sure the open end of the card base is facing you. The square die is on the diagonal and the die will overhang the FOLD of the card base. Also, the extra score line runs through the center of the die on the diagonal.
  5. Also cut an extra square out of Thick Whisper White Card Stock
  6. Cut a scallop square out of Soft Sky Card Stock
  7. Make a pencil mark 1-3/8” from the bottom. Stamp your greeting in Early Espresso
  8. Stamp the hummingbird in reverse order, ending with the throat
  9. Create an eye with Sharpie and Rhinestone Jewel
  10. Stamp leaf on card base in Wild Wasabi and Garden Green ink
  11. Stamp rose in Calypso Coral, Watermelon Wonder, Early Espresso ink. Cut out rose.
  12. Fold the extra score line on the card base.
  13. Adhere the square piece to the triangle on the card base..
  14. Adhere the rose to the bottom corner of the card with Dimensionals.


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Thursday, January 28, 2016

Hershey's Football

The Superbowl is just around the corner and I know many of you have parties, SOOOOOOO what better way to celebrate than to send everyone home with a Hershey's Football. The Hershey's Football is part of the Hershey's Ball Collection that I released last June. Make them up in your favorite team's colors!!

Along with the football instructions, you'll receive instructions to make the rest of the balls below. :) Perfect for team parties or fundraisers!!

Hershey's Sports Balls Tutorial
FREE with a minimum order

Tutorial includes step-by-step instructions to make 10 types of balls (football, basketball, soccer ball, baseball, tennis ball, volleyball, billiard ball, golf ball, bowling ball, hockey puck), over 100 photos and time saver steps to make multiples. This tutorial is only available through me, Brenda Quintana.

How to get this tutorial:
1. FREE with a minimum $15* order in MY STAMPIN' UP! STORE. Once your order has been placed, just email me with your choice of tutorial. Limit ONE FREE tutorial per order. Click HERE to shop now. For a supply list, click HERE. *before tax and s&h
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Wednesday, January 27, 2016

What I love Card

This is a stepped up version of my What I Love Note Cards which I shared on Monday. Adding details like the Curvy Corner Trio Punch, the Greeting Thinlits and some Cotton Ribbon take this card to the next level. However, this card is still easy to make and I'll show you how with my video tutorial above. All the supplies you'll need for this project are available for purchase HERE!

The What I Love stamp set is a special stamp set that can only be earned when you place a $50* order by March 31st. Find out more details and see more choices HERE.

Also, earn a FREE tutorial from me when you place a $15 order in my Stampin' Up Store (see the choices HERE).


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