I was surfing the net and found a card made by Jennifer Mcdougall ( I didnt keep the web addy sorry)
These were fun and easy to make and YES I really did SEW them, I have been sewing for hmm lets see 44 - 6 = 38 years!
Stampin' Up! products only
Night of Navy c/s and ink, Buckaroo blue c/s and ink, white gel pen, I'm here stamp set and jumbo wheel Rough around the edges.
Chocolate chip c/s and ink, regal rose c/s and ink, white gel pen, I 'm here stamp set and Everyday blossoms jumbo wheel.
Do you know that by purchasing an empty cartridge for your jumbo wheels, you can use any color reinker and match any project you are working on? Cool huh?
Directions for using Stampin Up! Wheels:
1) Remove the cover of the ink cartridge and insert cartridge into the handle.
2) Snap the wheel into the handle.
3) Push the cartridge forward so the inked surface rests against the wheel.
4) Roll the wheel on scratch paper or Stampin' Up! Grid Paper to ensure it is thoroughly inked.
5) Push or pull (whichever works best for you) the wheel across your paper or card stock, starting before the edge of the paper and continuing off the other edge. Always roll in the same direction to keep the wheel thoroughly inked. Keep your wrist steady to avoid rocking the wheel. For best results, keep the cartridge well inked.
1) Roll the wheel slowly and firmly across the paper to achieve a darker image.
2) Place your forefinger on top of the handle while wheeling. This will help steady the wheel and prevent it from rocking and creating a smudged image.
3) If you're right handed, start rolling the image on your paper from right to left. This will enable you to see the image while rolling and your hand won't be in the way. If you are left handed, roll from left to right.
ok but you are sworn to secrecy that I am stamping today instead of sewing my daughters satin dress for the dance a week from friday!