Thursday, December 10, 2015

A Christmas Treat

Hello stampers!  I know everyone is busy shopping and crafting.  (I know I am!)  My aunt had asked me to make some treat holders for her different luncheon groups.  So I made these little holders for a Snicker bar.  They are super fast and simple.  You could really mass produce them.

So here's the tutorial:
I hope you enjoy the video.  If you would like to order any of the supplies used in the tutorial, please click on the "My Royal Shop" and it will take you to my Stampin' Up business website.

Thanks so much for stopping by!  I would really love to hear from you!

Happy Stamping
(The Queen)

Saturday, October 24, 2015

Oh What Fun

Hello stampers!  I'm thinking ahead a little bit about Christmas cards.  I really love the Snow Place (139738) Photopolymer stamp set and Snow Friends Framelits Dies! (139664)  The Oh What Fun sentiment is from the Oh, What Fun Photopolymer stamp set (#140386)  The inside sentiment is from the Versatile Christmas stamp set. (140392)  The trees were stamped using the Festival of Trees Photopolymer stamp set(135059) and the coordinating Tree Punch (#135859)  The star is from the Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack (133787)  I used Real Red Cardstock and Silver Glimmer Paper.  For the sentiment on the bottom I used the Decorative Label Punch (#120907) and the Extra-Large Oval Punch (#119859)

For the igloo I used the Circles Collection Framelits and ran it through the Big Shot with the Brick Wall Textured Impressions folder (#138288) and cut off part of the bottom of the circle.   I used the   1 3/4 inch circle punch for the entrance of the igloo.  Then I took the 1 inch circle punch and punched part of the circle towards the bottom, and then just cut a little off the bottom to make it flat.

I hope you are having a crafty weekend!  Thanks for stopping by!  If you would like to purchase any of the products used in my project, click on the My Royal Shop button at the top of my blog.

Crafty Hugs,

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Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Thanks and Giving

Hi Stampers!  With Halloween a little over a week I started thinking about Thanksgiving.  I decided to use the Lighthearted Leaves stamp set for this card.  The DSP is from the Into the Woods DSP pack. This DSP pack has wonderful prints!

I used the Very Vanilla card stock and used the 2-inch circle punch for the sentiment, the Mossy Meadow was punched with the 2 3/8 Scallop Circle Punch, and the Hello Honey was punched using the 2 1/2 inch Circle Punch.  For the sides of the card, I used the Envelope Punch Board.

Thanks for stopping by!  If you have any questions please contact me.

(The Queen)

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Monday, September 21, 2015

Hearth & Home Framelits Tip

Hello my friends.  I recently made a video to show you a tip on how to use the Hearth & Home Framelits Dies.  When I first received them back in August I cut a window out of a card front.  When I removed the framelit and put the window cutout there, there wasn't a way to adhere it.  So I brought out the Squares Collection Framelits Dies and found that the 4th framelit from the center would work almost perfectly!  To hide the slightest amount of Cherry Cobbler Cardstock, I added the flower box to the window. (Or you can trim just a sliver from either the top or bottom of the square) I used the flower from the Itty Bitty Punch Pack and the leaves from the Bird Builder Punch.  For the outside sentiment, I used the Banner Triple Punch. On the inside I used the Festive Fireplace Photopolymer Bundle.

For this Pop-Up card, I used the Snow Place Photopolymer Bundle and the Hearth & Home Framelits Dies.  I just love this set! I ran the front flap and the inside flap through the Big Shot using the Brick Wall TIEF.  Below in the video I will show you how to make the Pop-Up card with both the Squares Collection Framelits and the Hearth & Home Framelits Dies.

I hope my quick video helps when using these awesome framelits.  If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask.  If you would like to purchase any of the items I have used, please click on the "My Royal Shop" button above.

Happy Stamping!
(The Queen)

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