The most creative endless weeks of Stamp Ink Paper are often the days that get my week started or feeds my creativity. I don’t make many shaker cards because it’s not my strong suite. But it doesn’t mean that I won’t try, so I made this for a future #BringingBirthdaysBack card. Show me one that you have made at the Stamp Ink Paper Challenge.
Use of Framelits to create shaker. Use a framelit, like a square or a circle that will leave a large opening to give the contents a better view or make it fun to shake shake shake. I’ve just had a thought (as I type this post), I’m going to try a shaped framelit to make a shaker card….so let me go shake, shake, shake…shake my craft room. LOL
Foam Adhesive Strips. These strips ROCK because they are perfect for shaker cards. They also give a little bend to create a shape. I’ll definitely show y’all how to make one this week.
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Welcome to the October Pals Blog Hop where we are celebrating an early Halloween and Harvest season. This month we are sharing Halloween and fall projects using our wonderful Stampin’ Up! supplies.
You may just be starting the blog hop or may have come from Becky Gifford at The Social Stamper, #2 on the Pals Hop. If you get off track at any time, the full lineup below will help you move along from blog to blog so you see all of the amazing creations.
I’ve made so many of these simple, and oh so adorable Keepsake Boxes, but this is just one of 25 that will make its way to a vendor fair I’m participating in this weekend. The versatility of the box is to infinity and beyond. Just image a baby shower, wedding, birthday, oh the possibilities are endless. As a matter of fact, I’m ordering an extra framelit for myself. It’s simple and I want it… don’t you!?
This is what all the Keepsakes looked like in my most awesomest (yes, I made up that word – LOL) wine crate. They look so PAPERLICIOUS I can eat them, but I won’t. I dread them being torn apart to retrieve the chocolate treats inside. Little Hershey’s kisses will gush out as it’s opened (carefully I hope). Yummy for somebody’s tummy.
This week was a very busy one for me and in between the chaos I found time to stamp just a couple of times. However, last weeks Pals Blog Hop: Spring Is Here was what I called my 10th one hit wonder… LoL. I’m working on my 11th, but I’ll need your help. Emails continue to pour in about the Blessed Easter stamp I used.
The stamp set is in the 2014 Occasions Catalog, page 20 and I highly suggest you get yours now! Also, my BFF Pam has challenged me to show you the versatility in this ONE stamp. Can’t wait for you to see the other card I made already either… it’s crying out, “post me, post me, I’m next” LoL.
The snipping took the longest, but I know in my heart it will be loved once it is received by a very special friend of mine. The picture below shows the inside of the card and the stamp I used for that is the Really Good Greetings Clear Mount, but you can write in it too.
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