|Soda Pop Top Mini, Inspired by Jennifer K. Pittman at Riverton Regional|
Here are some details about this card:
Card Stock: Very Vanilla, Cherry Cobbler
DSP: Parker's Patterns Designer Series Paper (Spring Mini 131021)
Ink: Cherry Cobbler
Stamps: Netting Background Stamp (retired), By the Tide (Clear mount129120)
Accents: Soda Pop Top (Spring Mini 129388)
Big Shot: Sandwich for flattening soda pop top: No tabs on the Multipurpose Platform, Acrylic Plate, Card stock shim, soda pop top with flat side up, Acrylic Plate
Punch: 1/2" circle
Spring Mini Catalog effective through May 31st, 2013
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|Get Well Card, inspired by a fellow demonstrator at the Riverton Regional (no name provided)|
Card Stock: Basic Black, Whisper White, Old Olive, Silver Glimmer paper, Raspberry Ripple
Big Shot: Finishing Touches Edgelits, Argyle Embossing Folder
Punches: Bird Builder, Scallop Circle, Curly Label
Stamp Set: Button Buddies*, Delightful Dozen, Distressed Dots Background Stamp*
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* Stamp Sets on the "Something for Everyone Retiring Stamp List". Available through May 31, 2013
I'm excited to share the two cards that we will be making in class on Monday, April 29th. I'm rested up from my trip to Riverton, Utah for the Stampin' Up Regional Conference and super energized and inspired to inspire you with these cards and scrapbook pages. At a Stampin' Up Regional you get inspired with WOW Demonstrations from other Stampin' Up Demonstrators and staff at the Home Office. We did our make 'n takes in the beautiful atrium of the Home Office. Our general meetings were in the Warehouse where they send out the orders. It was a privilege to be there! I loved swapping with the other demonstrators. They had Prize Patrols, a wonderful boxed lunch, updates from Shelli Gardner CEO and Founder, Sneak Peeks of New Products from the upcoming 2013-2014 Stampin' Up Annual Catalog and more. Here is the card that I swapped. It makes me smile. Notice the washi tape used to smooth out the transition from the honeycomb design card stock above to the designer series paper below.
|My swap card at the SU Riverton Regional Conference on April 20th|
Thanks for stopping by today. Until next time, happy stampin' and scrappin'!