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Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Be Jolly Bells

 
Happy Wednesday Peeps!
 
Today's card share is another Christmas card made using the Cherish the Season Bundle.
 
I die cut the Bells  using Real Red card stock and then again a few more times with Garden Green card stock, just cutting the Holly leaves.
 
I replaced the holly leaves in the red bells with the green holly leaves.
 
I added my sentiment from the Christmas Gleaming stamp set to a piece of
thick whisper white card stock with real red ink.
 
I then embossed this white piece with the Winter Snow EF.
 
The bells are added to this piece with dimensionals.
 
 
I "sprinkled" a few more holly leaves around the bells and added red rhinestones for the
berries.
 
I used some retired white twine bows to the bells.
 
The base of my card is Real Red and the DSP is from the Heartwarming Hugs pack.

 
Listed below are the "ingredients" used to make this project.
If you would like to buy the products for yourself,
 I would be very happy for you to shop with me.  
You can get to my online store by clicking on any of the thumbnail images below.
If you purchase from me be sure and use
my host code for August:
SSUJN4BB

 
All orders 50.00 and over will receive a gift from me.
As always if your order is 150.00 or more don't use the hostess code, you will
still receive a gift from me.
Thanks so much for stopping by! 
 
 
 Vicki  



 

Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Plant Kindness Duo

 

 
Happy Tuesday Peeps!!
 
Today card share is made using the Autumn Goodness  stamp set.

I got this set early on, but hadn't used it much. I love this sentiment in the set.

I decided to make a set of cards with this image.
Each one is colored the same, but with different mediums.
 One is colored with Blends and one with my favorite medium, water coloring.
 
The one in Bumble Bee is the waercolored image. The one in Cajun Craze is the one colored with Blends. 
 
The images in this set are wonderful but they are small, which is a challenge, for me, to watercolor. 
 
The pumpkins are done with Pumpkin Pie and a bit of Cajun Craze.
The basket is Crumb Cake and a bit of Early Espresso.
The apples are Real Red and just a touch of Cherry Cobbler.
The Yellow Squash are Crushed Curry and Bumble Bee.
Leaves are Garden Green.
 
 
The base of the cards are Bumble Bee and Cajun Craze.
The DSP is from the Plaid Tidings pack, I love this pack and tend to want to hoard it..lol!
 
I used the Tasteful Textiles EF on both.

The images are die cut with the largest circle die in the Layering Circles Dies
and he matted with the Largest Scallop Circle in the same dies.
I used Cajun Craze and Bumble Bee card stock for those.

 
I used ribbon on both, one used the pretty Bumble Bee Gingham ribbon and the Enamel Dots are from the new InColor Enamel Dot pack.

 
The ribbon on this one is from the Basketweave & Metallic Combo pack and I used the Frosted & Clear Epoxy Droplets.

 
Do you have a favorite of the two?
 
Listed below are the "ingredients" used to make this project.
If you would like to buy the products for yourself,
 I would be very happy for you to shop with me.  
You can get to my online store by clicking on any of the thumbnail images below.
If you purchase from me be sure and use
my host code for August:
SSUJN4BB

 
All orders 50.00 and over will receive a gift from me.
As always if your order is 150.00 or more don't use the hostess code, you will
still receive a gift from me.
Thanks so much for stopping by! 
 
 
 Vicki  
 

Monday, September 21, 2020

Season's Greetings card set

 
 
Happy Monday Peeps!!!
 
Today I am sharing a set of cards made with the Poinsettia Petal Bundle, my fave bundle of the 
mini catalog.
These three are a CASE of a card I made earlier, you can see it HERE.
 
I used the same layout for this trio but change it up with the Poinsettia.
 
I used three different mediums for the poinsettias, one if the new Red and Green Foil paper, one in the new Red Velvet paper and one using the new Festive Felt Combo pack.
Each is so pretty in it's own right, I can't pick a favorite.  

 
This one is the felt version.
 
 
This one is done with the beautiful Red Velvet paper.
 

 And finally this one is done with the Red and Green Foil paper.
 
The sentiment is from the Peaceful Boughs stamp set and the pine sprigs are from the Beautiful Boughs dies.
I stamped the sentiment with Real Red ink. It is die cut with a Stitched Oval from the Stitched Shapes Dies.
Each of the Wood look Circles are from the In Good Taste DSP pack and is die cut with
a Stitched Shaped Circle. 

The red DSP on all three are from the Heartwarming Hugs DSP pack.


 
Listed below are the "ingredients" used to make this project.
If you would like to buy the products for yourself,
 I would be very happy for you to shop with me.  
You can get to my online store by clicking on any of the thumbnail images below.
If you purchase from me be sure and use
my host code for August:
SSUJN4BB

 
All orders 50.00 and over will receive a gift from me.
As always if your order is 150.00 or more don't use the hostess code, you will
still receive a gift from me.
Thanks so much for stopping by! 
 
 
 Vicki  
 

Saturday, September 19, 2020

Creative Challenge Fall Box

 
Happy Saturday Peeps!!!
 
It is time for another Creative Challenge with my friend Wendy from WeeBeeStampin4Fun!
 
I knew when I got my Stitched  Leaves Dies and the Festive Felt that I wanted to do 
some "stitching" on the leaves. I used some embroidery floss to add my stitch lines.
 
I love how they turned out, even tho it was a bit challenging. It was hard to see the lines on the dark felt.
I ended up adding card stock to the back of the felt, which made seeing the stitch lines much easier.
 
I did use a non SU item, the roses are made with a Sizzix die.
I say if you have it use it!
I made my roses using Crushed Curry and Pumpkin Pie card stock.
 
 
I  used a die cut from the Hippo and Friends dies for my base piece to mount the leaves and roses on using Very Vanilla card stock. I embossed this die cut with one of the Mini EF in the Greenery Embossing Folder.
 
I die cut a few "berry sprigs" using Gold Foil paper and a die from the Poinsettia Dies to add around the leaves.
 The ribbon is from the Forever Greenery Combo pack and the "hello" come from the Life is Beautiful stamp set.
I stamped the sentiment with Early Espresso onto a scrap of Very Vanilla and die cut with a tag die in the Mini Curvy Keepsake box die.

 
I used Early Espresso card stock for the bottom of the box. It is an 8-1/2 x 8-1/2 square.
I scored at 2-1/4 on all four sides.
The top is a piece of DSP from the Gilded Autumn Specialty pack. The DSP is a 6-1/4 x 6-1/4 inch square, scored at 1-1/8 inch on all four sides.
The box comes together to be a 4 inch square that is 2-1/4 inch tall.

 
 
Listed below are the "ingredients" used to make this project.
If you would like to buy the products for yourself,
 I would be very happy for you to shop with me.  
You can get to my online store by clicking on any of the thumbnail images below.
If you purchase from me be sure and use
my host code for August:
SSUJN4BB

 
All orders 50.00 and over will receive a gift from me.
As always if your order is 150.00 or more don't use the hostess code, you will
still receive a gift from me.
Thanks so much for stopping by! 
 
Be sure and head over to Wendy's Blog
to see her fabulous 3D item, it is sure to be awesome!
 
 Vicki 

Friday, September 18, 2020

It's Fall Y'all

 
Happy Friday Peeps!!!
 
We made it through the week and the weekend is on the horizon! 

Do you have plans?

Today's card share is a card I made quite some time ago and hadn't shared yet!

I love the Playful Alphabet Dies and they are featured on my card today.
I used the foam adhesive sheets to make my letters thick and easy to adhere to my card.
These foam adhesive sheets are really nice and you can even use up the scraps after cutting your letters as dimensionals. so win, win!!

I die cut my letters using Crushed Curry, Old Olive and Cajun Craze card stock.
The letters are mounted to a die cut from the Halloween Magic Dies using Early Espresso card stock.

 
The base of my card is Crumb Cake card stock. I then used a piece of DSP from
the Gilded Autumn Specialty pack that I matted with Early Espresso card stock.

The sentiment die cut piece is added with dimensionals.

I used the Autumn Punch Pack to punch out a few leaves in the same colors as the words. I added them to the two top corners of the sentiment panel.
I then added in my twine and bow with the Acorn Trinket.

 
I finished up with my Wink of Stella pen on the leaves and some Crystal Effects covering the letters. 
 
Tomorrow I will be posting another 3D challenge with my friend Wendy, so don't forget to stop back by! 


Listed below are the "ingredients" used to make this project.
If you would like to buy the products for yourself,
 I would be very happy for you to shop with me.  
You can get to my online store by clicking on any of the thumbnail images below.
If you purchase from me be sure and use
my host code for August:
SSUJN4BB

 
All orders 50.00 and over will receive a gift from me.
As always if your order is 150.00 or more don't use the hostess code, you will
still receive a gift from me.
Thanks so much for stopping by!
Vicki
 

Thursday, September 17, 2020

Felt Poinsettia

 
Happy Thursday Peeps!!!
 
Today's card share is another Poinsettia Petals card.
I used the felt from the Festive Felt Combo  pack.

This poinsettia has to be my favorite so far.
It is is so pretty and the picture doesn't really catch it well.

I did cut two of each layer with felt and also backed each layer with card stock so that the
felt would hold it's shape and allow me to curl it a bit.

The leaves are also die cut with some felt from the pack and these are also backed with card stock.

This card would not be mailable in an envelope at all. It would be perfect to just hand deliver or attach to a gift bag or present.

 
The base of he card is Real Red card stock and hen a layer of thick Whisper White that I embossed with the Winter Snow EF.

I used a die from the Ornate Layers Die with Whisper White and added my sentiment.
The sentiment comes from the Peaceful Boughs stamp set.

I added the poinsettia to this piece and then added it to my base with dimensionals.

I die cut a few gold sprigs with a die from the Poinsettia Dies using the Gold Foil Sheets.

 
The center of the Poinsettia is three Resin Dots from the Playing With Patterns Resin Dots pack.
 
I finished up with a few Red Rhinestones.
 
 

Listed below are the "ingredients" used to make this project.
If you would like to buy the products for yourself,
 I would be very happy for you to shop with me.  
You can get to my online store by clicking on any of the thumbnail images below.
If you purchase from me be sure and use
my host code for August:
SSUJN4BB

 
All orders 50.00 and over will receive a gift from me.
As always if your order is 150.00 or more don't use the hostess code, you will
still receive a gift from me.
Thanks so much for stopping by!
Vicki


Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Season's Greetings

 
Happy Wednesday Peeps!
 
Today I have another Poinsettia Petal card to share.
 
I love this bundle and just can't seem to put it away.
 
I die cut the poinsettias with Real Red card stock. the leaves and card base are
Garden Green card stock.
 
The pretty DSP is  the Plush Poinsettia Specialty paper.
It is so pretty.

 
The sentiment is from the Peaceful Boughs stamp set. 
I stamped it with Real Red ink and die cut with an oval die from the Stitched Shapes dies.

I used a Beaded Pearl for the center of the largest poinsettia and and Basic Pearls for the two smaller poinsettias.

 
Listed below are the "ingredients" used to make this project.
If you would like to buy the products for yourself,
 I would be very happy for you to shop with me.  
You can get to my online store by clicking on any of the thumbnail images below.
If you purchase from me be sure and use
my host code for August:
SSUJN4BB

 
All orders 50.00 and over will receive a gift from me.
As always if your order is 150.00 or more don't use the hostess code, you will
still receive a gift from me.
Thanks so much for stopping by!
Vicki