Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Posted by Melody at 5:06 PM
Thursday, November 19, 2009
With over 15 different vendors, raffles, giveaways and a door prize valued at over $200 you won't want to miss this event!!
This will be my 2nd vendor show and my last one of the year. Come out and see some of the fun things I've been making for Christmas this year. And of course don't forget to sign up for the free raffles and door prize.
Start your holiday shopping off right!
Posted by Melody at 8:27 PM
Posted by Melody at 8:07 PM
Sunday, August 23, 2009
Hey everyone I wanted to let you know I'll be joining back up with Stampin up at the end of August and I already have big plans for this September! Right now I'm trying to schedule at least two Christmas Stamp A Stack classes. Classes will be 20 cards for $20 (4 different cards, 5 of each design) Classes are filling up quickly so please contact me asap to reserve a spot. Your spot will be confirmed upon payment. Hope to see you there!
Here is a sample of 2 of the cards we will be making
If you are unable to attend a Christmas Stamp A Stack but are interested in hosting a Stampin Up party, attending a Technique class or would like to participate in a Scrapbooking Club let me know and I will get information out to you.
Posted by Melody at 7:37 PM
Saturday, February 28, 2009
- A baby wipe
- A small foam plate
All you need to do is squeeze around 8 drops of each color onto the baby wipe & voila!
I purchase my Re-Inkers through Stampin Up. They run $2.95 per bottle, and can also be used to dye ribbon, re-ink your Stampin Up ink pads and much more. With 58 colors to choose from the possibilities are endless.
Depending on what your using your re-inkers for, they can last a very long time!
Posted by Melody at 6:42 AM
Tuesday, February 24, 2009
- I choose paper based on the colors in the pictures. I love the pink, Dark gray & light gray combo!
- I used The Cricut to create the K, and tied Stampin Up Organza ribbon around the top of it for added embellishment.
- I think the eyelets create a nice accent to the page without overkill.
Here is a Squidoo page I created about choosing the Best Eyelet Setter http://www.squidoo.com/Best-Eyelet-Setter
And here is the layout idea I scraplifted for this page:
Thanks for looking!
Posted by Melody at 3:27 PM