Monday, March 29, 2010


Thursday is my Anaheim Class and I've prepared a bunch of neat things. I know the girls are excited about 3D things so I've tried to go out of the box for them. I also wanted to showcase the "in colors" as well as the Big Shot. So we have a lot to do in a small amount of time.

So without futher ado, here they are!

Stamp Sets: Friend to Friend is from Pocket Silhouettes (#111672), Sale-A-Bration stamp set Good Neighbors

Cardstock: Bermuda Bay cardstock(#115317), Welcome Neighbor DP (Sale-A-Bration)
Ink:Bermuda Bay Ink (#115655), Melon Mombo Ink (#115656)
Accessories: Melon Mombo polka-dot grosgrain ribbon (#115611), Big Shot(#113439), Magnetic Movers and Shapers (#115953), Modern Label punch (#116630)

Next we have a little something I thought was interesting. I'm trying new things, I think they will like it.

Cardstock: Soft Suede Cardstock (#115318), Crushed Curry (#115319) and Whisper White (#100730).
Stamp: Medallion background stamp (#115223)Ink: Crushed Curry Ink (#1165659) Soft Suede Ink (#115657)
Accessories: Perfect Polka Dots textured impressions folder (#117335 Occasions Mini), Spiral Punch (#108341), Soft Suede polka-dot grosgrain ribbon (#115612), Basic Jumbo White Grommet (#114348)

This is 3x3 flat.

Front view opened!

This is the side view of the Easel Card. Go to for the tutorial by the famous Beate!! She also has videos for those who need visual help.

Stamp Set: Vintage Vogue (#117690 wood) Occasions Mini
Cardstock: Bermuda Bay cardstock(#115317) and Welcome Neighbor DP (Sale-A-Bration)
Ink: Bermuda Bay Ink (#115655)
Accessories: Bermuda Bay polka-dot grosgrain ribbon (#115610), Modern Label Punch (#116630)

These darling flowers I found on Dawn's Stamping Studio. She has the most wonderful videos! Go check it out. I think the girls will love making these!

Paper: Cottage Wall DP (#115671)
Punch: Extra Large Fancy Flower Punch (#118073 Occasions Mini), Extra Large Two-Step Bird Punch (#117191 Occasions Mini)Accessories: Silver Brads (#104336)

Next we have the double pocket card which I first found back in the summer of 2007 in Connecticut from my friend Diana Oullette. I just love this idea. To see the tutorial visit

Depending on how you fold this paper you can get some exciting results. So we are going to make these Double Pocket Cards. Then we are going to attach the flowers to them.

I used Cottage Wall DP (#115671)

So what do you think???

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