Hello my fellow Supergirls! Thanks for stopping by!
Any of you have scraps that you can’t figure out how to use? Here is the perfect card for you! You can use this layout for any occasion. I saw the sketch on Pinterest and changed the paper and some of layers. Here I used Stampin’ Up School house designer paper. I had just a few strips left of each pattern, but couldn’t stand the thought of throwing it away. The card is 4.5 x 4.5 inches and each square is just 1 x 1 inch. I layered a circle that I punched from a piece of Stampin’ Up window sheet. I edged the sides with staz on jet black ink to give it some dimension. I also pierced the circle around the edges. It is hard to see the piercing, so I probably won’t do that on the next card I make with this sketch. I layered on top of that a white circle and then the number from the number of years bundle. The stamps are from the number of years bundle as well. Want to get the number of years bundle?! Grab it here during Sale-a-bration time to get a FREE gift! Hope this helps you use up all the scraps laying around!
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Hello fellow Supergirls! This has to be one of my favorite pages. It is nothing over the top, but it reminds me of the joy and fun of childhood. These guys love to play “DJ”. I love how the Project Life cards make this page come together so quickly. These cards are from the This is your Life card collection by Stampin’ Up. The washi tape is from the coordinating accessory pack. Again, my videos and images are not professional. I am a scrapbooker just like you ! I love to share my ideas and help you get those treasured memories onto pages. So let’s go for it! Here is what you will need:
I forgot to picture the 1 3/8 circle punch for the letter in the top left box.
Check out the video ….
Looking to stock up on some Project Life? There are awesome card collections and accessory packs on the Stampin’ Up clearance rack! Who doesn’t love a good deal?! To sweeten this deal, when you spend 50$ or more you get a FREE gift from the Sale a bration selection.
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Hey Supergirls! Thanks for visiting today. Here is my latest creation for a scrapbook challenge I am entering. I must admit…..I don’t like working under pressure, but I do love a good sketch to work from. Here is my little Wonder Girl in her sassy boots. Funny how she is so little and still can recognize a cute shoe! This page goes together so fast. I absolutely LOVE this watermelon Wonder ribbon from Stampin’ up! It is super easy to work with and gives pages “fancy” touch.
TIP: Be sure to stick your title to the block if you can, then stamp on a scrap piece of paper to make sure the letters are exactly where you want them. This way you can stamp the scrap and readjust the letters as needed before stamping on your final project. Want to get scrappy ideas in your inbox? Be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss out!
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Thanks for stopping by on 10 Minute Tuesday! Are you following along each week? If you are, you have made 2 pages in 20 minutes! Let’s get those scrapbook pages done!
Here are today’s supplies:
*****This week’s oops…..that 1/4 inch circle punch should be 1.25 inch. It will layer in the tip top taupe circle shown. Here you can see the completed page:
This was the original 🙂 I used a different pic in the video.
These stamped journal strips below include a few Sale-a-bration stamps that are only available a limited time. They are super versatile and absolutely FREE when you order 50$ or more during Sale-a-bration! You can check out those and more Here.
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Hey SUPER crafters! It’s Monday and I wanted to share with you a super simple project! These are decorative wine bottles I made for a wedding gift next month. The bride and groom love wine and I thought it would be a nice way to showcase the year they were married, as well as, a creative decorative piece for their new apartment. These wine bottles were made right before New Years, so I also used them to decorate our get together to ring in the new year. You can make wine bottles with numbers for an anniversary, a milestone birthday party decoration, a Table number for a party/wedding, and so many other things. I didn’t have enough bottles on hand, so I went to my local wine shop that does wine tasting and asked them if they were recycling any bottles. They gave me the beautiful gold and silver ones! In case you don’t drink wine or don’t have any empty bottles, you can always ask a local place near you if they will give you some. I used the foil doilies from Stampin’ up as a base on one and the tea lace doilies as the base on the other 2. Last, I punched an oval to fit in the oval already on the bottle. Be sure to use a GLUE GUN! It is so much easier and sticks so much faster.
Each bottle is a series of layered punches. I ended each layer with a number from the Large Numbers framelit collection on Silver glimmer paper.
DOn’t have these awesome numbers? You can grab your favorites Here.
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Confession Friday: I LOVE ALL THINGS ANIMAL PRINT! I know….between the love of all things sparkly and all things animal print it can be a little wild over here! All kidding aside, the Go Wild paper stack may be my all time favorite. I have used almost every piece. If you look past the animal print, there are some great neutral prints in there that can be used on so many projects. Especially, those hard to make masculine cards.
Here it is on a 40th birthday card for my awesome neighbor. What do you think?! Wild or sassy and fun? Get your Go wild stack here and while you are there, be sure to check out Stampin’ Up’s awesome FREE sale-a-bration products when you purchase 50$ or more during our biggest sale of the year!
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Hello there SUPER friends!
Today I am sharing with you a card I made for my dad for his upcoming birthday. Let’s just say it’s not 40…not even close! I saw a similar card made using pink and purple, but really needed to make it more masculine. So, I used the early espresso and crumb and jazzed it up with some gold glimmer paper. I absolutely love this number of years set! It has so many uses. I will be sharing tons of them with you over the next few weeks.
DOn’t have the Number of years set? Get it Here!
Have a SUPER Thursday!