PDF Tutorial for Kleenex/Tissue Holder

I have had a few requests for a written tutorial for my Kleenex/Tissue holder, so here it is!

Please allow a few seconds for it to download. It has quite a few pictures, so the file size is a little large.

Click here to download the PDF Tutorial

*NOTE* – Sandra made a SCAL template based off of my kleenex holder. If you have a Cricut and the SCAL software, you can download the template from her blog post here: http://diebastelsandra.blogspot.com/2009/11/taschentuchbox.html. I think her version of this box is so cute!

Get Well Soon Kleenex Holder Swap

We were supposed to make a “get well soon” project for this month’s stamp club swap. I have seen several of these mini Kleenex/tissue holders around and decided that they would be perfect for this swap. I couldn’t find a tutorial that was exactly what I had imagined, so I made up my own box. I will be posting a tutorial on how I made it soon!

Kleenex Holders
Kleenex Holders

Blurry Closeup of Kleenex Holder
Blurry Closeup of Kleenex Holder

Paper: Whisper White Cardstock, Various InColor Cardstock, Razzleberry Lemonade Designer Series Paper
Markers: Various InColors
Accessories: Snail, Sticky Strip, Stampin’ Dimensionals
Punches: Small Oval, Wide Oval, Scallop Oval
Tools: Paper Cutter, Bone Folder
Other: Mini Kleenex Tissues

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Halloween Treat Holder Swap

This is the swap I made for my September stamp club meeting. They hold a mini kit kat or hershey’s bar. These were pretty easy to make and I think they turned out pretty cute! These would make good treats for co-workers.

Halloween Treat
Halloween Treat

Inside of Halloween Treat
Inside of Halloween Treat

Paper: Pumpkin Pie Cardstock, Whisper White Cardstock, Black Cardstock
Ink and Markers: Staz on Black ink, Summer Sun marker, Pumpkin Pie marker
Stamp Set: Twick or Tweet
Accessories: Black Ribbon, Snail, Sticky Strip, Velcro
Punches: Modern Label, Scallop Circle, 1-1/4 Circle, 1-3/9 Punch
Tools: Paper Cutter, Bone Folder
Other: Kit Kat Bars

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Bunches of Baby Shower Invites

A girl I work with is expecting her first baby this Fall. Some girls at work and I are throwing her a baby shower next week, and I volunteered to make the invitations. It was a bigger project than I expected, but I think it was worth it. I made 43 of them, but messed up on 2. I am thankful for the help my mom and sister gave me with cutting out all the giraffes, and for the help my husband gave me with assembling them all. Everyone at work seemed to love them.

I used the “Wild About You” stamp set. It is retired now, but there is a similar stamp set with a similar giraffe image called “Animal Stories” (pg. 88 – Item #116716)

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Paper: Whisper White Cardstock, Bashful Blue Cardstock, So Saffron Cardstock
Stamp Sets: Wild About You
Ink and Markers: Crushed Curry Classic Stampin’ Pad, Chcolate Chip Marker
Accessories: Snail, Sticky Strip, Silver Eyelets, 3/4 inch white ribbon
Punches: 1 inch circle, 3/4 inch circle
Tools: Crop-a-Dile, Paper Cutter, Bone Folder
Template: Free Standing Pop-up Card (from the Splitcoast Stampers Resources)

The Holiday Mini is Here!

The holiday mini catalog is here! Everyone is able to order from it starting today through January 4, 2010. I was able to pre-order a few items. I went a little crazy and ordered a ton of stamp sets. I am excited to start working on some projects with these new stamps. Here are some pictures of what I pre-ordered. I apologize for the blurry, awful pictures. I need to practice my photography! If you would like to order any of these sets, please feel free to contact me here, or visit my online store at stephaniestroud.stampinup.net.

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Twick or Tweet
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Sweet Centers
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Serene Snowflakes
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Pumpkin Patch
Note To Self
Note To Self
Gobble Gobble
Gobble Gobble

New Demo, New Blog

I just signed up to be a new Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator last week.  I am a web developer by trade, so of course, I have to start a new blog too.  I am going to be creating videos and posting projects and instructions.  I am excited to get started.  My new demonstrator kit should be here tomorrow and I just placed another big order yesterday.  I have got lots of ideas and can’t wait to get started.  I hope you check back often to see what new things I have posted!