Today’s card is a fun fold slider card! The idea is one I originally found on Dawn Griffith’s blog when she created an adorable Easter card.
I decided to make a baby card because I have a friend expecting a baby boy this month AND because I have babies on the brain. I don’t think I have announced it here yet, but I am expecting my first baby on September 1! It’s been a rough pregnancy with the baby having some complications, but I am hanging in there and am very excited about the arrival of our own baby boy in just a few more months.
This is still a fun slider card to create for any occasion even if you don’t know anyone with a baby on the way. Just swap out the stamp set for birthdays, thank yous, thinking of yous, or anything you may need a card for.
If you are having trouble viewing the video below, click here to view it on YouTube.
Slider Card Measurements
8-1/2″ x 5-1/2″
Score at 4″ and 8″
3-1/8″ x 3-1/8″
3″ x 3″
5-1/4″ x 3-3/4″
1″ x 2″
Slider Card Supplies
With a new catalog comes so many new cute things! That makes it so hard to decide what to purchase while still sticking within some sort of budget! I decided to host a paper share so that you can try out lots of the new paper without having to purchase each individual full pack.
I have 3 purchasing options available right now. You can view more details about each share in the graphics below. You can choose the Paper Stack share for $34, the Regular Designer Series Paper share for $27, or you can choose to get both of them for a discounted price of $55. These prices include shipping costs. I can accept payment via paypal. Just click on the images below to submit your order and to pay via paypal. I am only allowed to sell paper shares to customers living in the United States, so I apologize if you are outside of the US. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions!
Paper Share Options
Today I have a free download for you! The new annual catalog is about to come out, and everyone is sure to need a wishlist to keep track of all the new items they can’t live without! A single piece of paper as a wishlist is great, but I thought there must be a way to make a cute wishlist that can hold lots of items and is less likely to get lost. So, I created a little booklet with pages inside that you can fill with all of the items your heart desires. Make one for yourself, or if you are a demonstrator, make up a bunch for your customers.
Click here to download the wishlist booklet pages.
Click here to download the matching “wishlist” embellishment document.
Wishlist Booklet Video Tutorial
Here is a video showing how to put the project together. If you are having trouble seeing the video below, click here to view it on youtube.
• 9-1/2″ x 3-1/2″
With long side at top of scoring tool, score at 4-3/4 and 5
• 3/4″ x 2-1/4″
Lemon Lime Twist
• 4″ x 3″
• 3-3/4″ x 2-3/4″
My project has launched on Craft Project Central! I created a May Day door hanger, a candy box and tissue paper flower. This is a great project to leave your neighbors, roommates and/or kids little spring gifts or treats. Visit the Craft Project Central subscription page to get access to my tutorial.
The second project for this month’s Craft Project Central subscription is here! It is an adorable Birthday Gift Card Holder Ensemble. It uses the Carousel Birthday Suite. I haven’t purchased this one yet, but I might have to after seeing this! To subscribe and get access to this project’s tutorial, visit Craft Project Central. My project is coming up next!
I am excited to be a guest designer for Craft Project Central this month! There are 6 projects plus a bonus project available for subscribers. For details, head over to Craft Project Central.
My project is coming up on April 11 and will be a May Day door hanger with a candy box and paper flower.
The first project that is available now is a set of sun catchers designed by Buffy Cooper from BuffyCooper.com.
Head on over to this month’s Craft Project Central page in order to learn more and to subscribe!
Check back on April 11 for my project and for a chance to win a free month of Craft Project Central projects!
I was so honored and excited to be asked to write a guest post for Splitcoast Stampers. I designed and created a project I’ve been thinking about for a while. It is a mani/pedi gift box. It’s a fun gift for teachers, teenagers, moms, daughters….pretty much any lady in your life. If you want to make this box for a man, or someone that isn’t in to doing their own nails, you could fill the box with mini note cards or candy or a variety of other things.
Check out the tutorial on Splitcoast Stampers here and please let me know if you make this project! I’d love to see what you come up with!
I needed a few more Christmas cards for some of my customers and downline. I wanted something fancy and that they hadn’t already seen from my classes and displays. I decided to use the last paper pumpkin kit and make an alternative card with it. I like how this turned out! I just used the basic idea of the kit’s card and turned it into a shaker card with a few extra supplies.
Let me know if you have any questions on how it was made.
November 2016 Paper Pumpkin Kit
Layering Circles Framelits
Foam Adhesive Strips
Silver 1/8” Ribbon
Have you mailed out all of your Christmas cards this year? I am still trying to finish up! I spent time this weekend getting some last minute Christmas cards ready to send. I make so many cards, but I am terrible about actually sending them out. I am working hard to try to change that.
This is an easy quick Christmas card you can make if you need some extra ones to send. I think it is still so pretty. I trimmed off a few sequins from the gold sequin trim to add a little extra bling to these cards. I used Emerald Envy to stamp the sentiment from the Wrapped in Warmth stamp set. The designer series paper is from the Presents and Pinecones package. The card measures 4×4. I am putting these in normal-sized envelopes. If you use a square envelope, the post office will charge you extra, and that’s just nonsense! These fit great in a normal envelope. I absolutely love the look of square cards, and am glad these don’t really require extra postage if you send them correctly. If you have any questions on how I made this Christmas card, feel free to ask!
I hope you are getting ready for a peaceful and very merry Christmas!!
Cherry Cobbler Card Stock
Whisper White Card Stock
Presents and Pinecones DSP
Wrapped in Warmth Stamp Set
Emerald Envy Ink
Layering Squares Framelits
Gold Sequin Trim
Last weekend I got to go to a local Stampin’ Up! demonstrator Christmas party. We heard some tips from some successful demonstrators, made a couple of projects, then played dirty Santa. We each made a handmade gift that we would be proud to give to our best friend, wrapped it up, and brought it to the party ready to exchange (and ooooo and ahh over). If you are a demonstrator near OKC and want to come to our next get-together, let me know!
There were so many cute gifts. I made a poinsettia wreath. I started with a 12″ chipboard wreath base from the craft store, then looped a roll of deco mesh over the base. I tied the deco mesh on with pipe cleaners. Next I made several paper poinsettias I made based on this tutorial I found on YouTube. I attached pipe cleaners to each paper poinsettia and attached them to the wreath with the pipe cleaners. It went together fairly quickly once I figured out what I was going to do. Let me know if you have any questions!