Number of years x9


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!

Have a SUPER Day!

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Number of years….

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!

Have a SUPER day!


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Masculine birthday card…

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.

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Have a SUPER Thursday!


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Bloomin’ love

Hey there SUPER friends! It’s Friday and I am crazy excited because I made plans to craft this weekend! Anyone else playing with paper this weekend?!

I kicked things off today with a super simple Valentines Day card. I love this Bloomin’ Heart thinlit. One time through the Big shot with this thinlit and you have an elegant centerpiece to any card. The glimmer paper also gives it so much pop. This card took me less than 10 minutes to make. So if you’re looking for a quick and easy card, give this one a try. 😀

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Have a SUPER weekend!

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Love is in the air….

Love is in the air again! Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. I can’t believe how quickly time is flying by! I have been playing with this new thinlit from Stampin’ Up! I absolutely love it. Above is a simple card I made with it. This glimmer paper is awesome!   Have I mentioned before that I LOVE all things sparkly?!

Be sure to get the Big shot die brush to make getting those little pieces out a breeze. You can get one here.   While you are there, be sure to check out our awesome weekly deals.  There are some awesome deals that will help you get to that Free Sale-a-bration item!

Local Friends:  Scrapbook class this Friday!  If you haven’t registered yet, be sure to email me or call me asap!

Have a SUPER Wednesday!

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To sponge or spritz? That is the question.

As soon as I saw this heart I knew I would be inking all over it. I just wasn’t sure how I would go about it. So, to save you some time, here are a few pictures of each technique I used.

On this first picture, I placed the Bloomin’ Heart  that I ran through my Big shot on a whisper white piece of card stock. Then I sponged over it using 3 different colors. Always start with your lightest color first.

Here is the negative of the image and the result on the heart.

I used blushing bride, pink pirouette, and melon mambo.  On the left you can see where I tried to spritz over it. I will be completely honest with you….the spritzer was kind of a disaster. This soft image looks so much better with just some delicate sponging or daubering.  Below you can see my finished card.

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Have a SUPER Monday!

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