You can see a "few" of the photos I took at KC Regional last week in the photo album titled Kansas City Regional 2008. Because of slow dial up service and my need to be working in the studio not babysitting the computer, I will post a few more each day so check back each evening to see more photos!
Have a great day- I am off to make gummy mummies to sell at the craft fair this weekend and finish the owl treat bags- watch for photos later this week!
Make your home and Halloween projects spooktacular this year with the Spooky Spider Décor Elements! This fun self-adhesive vinyl image is just in time to help you get ready for Halloween, and is priced low so it won't break your candy budget. Decorate your candy jar to thrill the treaters, or adhere it above your door to scare off the tricksters. Whatever you do, you'll be a Halloween hit!
The exclusive Spooky Spider comes in three sizes and two colors and is designed to coordinate with our Ghostly Greetings Designer Series paper and our Chills & Thrills Rub-Ons from the Fall-Winter 2008 Idea Book & Catalog.
These spiders won't hang around long, so contact me today to get your Spooky Spider Décor Elements before they vanish into the night!
Using Stampin Up Home Decor Elements- order online HERE
With the grid side up, burnish the Spooky Spider Decor Elements image to transfer it to the transfer paper.
Carefully pull up, removing the grid paper from the image.
If the spider image sticks to the grid paper, smooth the grid paper back over the part that is sticking and burnish again with the tool until the grid paper can be easily removed.
Once the grid paper is removed, carefully pick up the spider image, taking care to only touch the transfer paper and not the vinyl spider image.
Carefully place the spider image (touching the transfer paper only) on the glass jar, and using the tool, adhere the spider image to the jar; begin at the center and work your way out to the edges of the image.
Gently remove the transfer paper, taking care to not pull the spider image off the jar.
Finish the project by tying a coordinating ribbon around the knob on the lid of the jar. Attach a coordinating tag on the jar for the perfect touch. (Note: the tag in the visual was made using Stampin' Up! rub ons, punches, and Designer Series paper.)
Spooky Spider Décor Element—Comes in black or white and small, medium or large. Cost: $5.95-14.95 depending on size.
Spooky Spider is available from Stampin’ Up! now until the end of October, but I suggest ordering soon so you will have plenty of time to decorate.
Décor Elements, a self-adhesive vinyl art can be adhered to any non-porous surface including walls, windows, wood, glass and metal.
Décor Elements integrate well into Stampin’ Up!’s core product line.
· Décor Elements provides traditional crafters a new opportunity to use their creative abilities by integrating this new line with the craft products they already have.
· Beginning October 1st Stampin’ Up! will release brand-new Décor Elements including items for the holidays, children’s rooms and general home decorating.
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It's a scavenger hunt! You must reply ONLY TO THIS POST- (replying by any other method will not be added to the drawing no phone calls, no emails etc)
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I love, love, love, our Stampin Success magazine, mine arrived yesterday! What is the SS you ask?
Well as demonstrators we have many perks through the company and monthly they publish and mail for FREE to each demo a magazine called the Stampin Success. It is filled with the latest news, trends, samples, ideas and instructions (plus lots of color photos) to help us with our projects and our businesses!
This month one of the tutorial projects is this totally adorable punched and folded turkey!
This would make an adorable place card! I made mine 4"x4"
Isn't he the cutest thing? Come on over to my studio and make one using my punches, that's the only way you will get the instructions! ok , back to the studio to finish up the swaps for Friday!!
THE Stampin Up! SIZZIX BIG SHOT is amazing because it cuts and embosses fabric, tin, cork, chipboard .... ALMOST ANYTHING! I have a list of over 150 things it will cut!
Would you like to own a Sizzix Big Shot, but just can't afford to make that big purchase all at once? Then my Big Shot Club is perfect for you! (long distance is ok too!)
Starting in October 2008, this club will run for four months; ending in January 09. At the end of that time you will have completely paid for your very own SPECIAL EDITION STARTER KIT! Additional perks of joining include FREE Big Shot classes, and FREE Hostess Benefits too!
For all the details, email me for the flyer!
If you can't wait for the installment plan & need your Big Shot NOW, place the order with me in October, and you'll receive 4 FREE Sizzlet dies AND the FREE Hostess Benefits and I'll even have it shipped direct to your door! (This offer is available in USA only) Click here to order now!
Come on, be a Big Shot! (You know you wanna)
The BIG SHOT SPECIAL EDITION STARTER KIT includes these items: