Thursday, December 31, 2009
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Sunday, December 13, 2009
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Friday, December 4, 2009
Cards for the last class of the year to be posted tomorrow/late tonight. Drop me a line and let me know what you think!
Sunday, November 29, 2009
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
Winner through Random.org:
Yay, Iowa Cowgirl... You're the luck winner!
Here are two random photos for today's post:
Here are all my "phlowers" I have quite a few. I struggle to get by them when I walk into my crafty cave.
This is all the paper I have in my paper holder. The paper in the top 3 shelves is actually planned for classes. Then there is all the cardstock. After that is an entire shelf for Halloween and then all the random pieces I have to make for other things. Not sure what, 'tho....
Enjoy the rest of your week. I'll be back Saturday with more Christmas cards.
Friday, November 13, 2009
Tuesday, November 10, 2009
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
Saturday, October 31, 2009
Monday, October 26, 2009
Friday, October 23, 2009
I hope to get an opportunity to get my Winter and Christmas class photos done this weekend. Busy, busy! Life just doesn't slow down...not with 4 boys in the house (I'm counting Mike in there!) :)
Hope you enjoy this last (!!!) week of October
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Fall Kit, 3 cards available now for $8.00 plus shipping.
All Kits include color photo instructions and all materials. Contact me at email@example.com if interested.
Added on October 22nd: Sorry, the kit has been sold. Thanks again to a sold out class!
Hope you are having lovely fall weather where ever you may be.
Sunday, October 18, 2009
Tuesday, October 13, 2009
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Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Saturday, September 19, 2009
6 pieces 12x12 cardstock, color of your choice
Scor-pal (optional, but most measurements reference the scor-pal)
1/4” width Tacky tape/red-line tape
Runner tape, like Tombow
1” circle punch (Marvy Uchida)
Foam tape or dimensional tape
Assorted holiday papers
Chipboard accents, rub-ons, brads and other items for decorating
Michael’s brand wedding favor pre-made boxes
Cricut w/basic George for numbers or chipboard numbers
This calendar holds 5 boxes per row and measurements are for this size. The sleeve and boxes will be a snug fit, but over time and use the boxes and sleeves will loose shape and stretch. The snug fit assures the boxes will not fall out with an accidental knock or nudge.
Cut all 6 pieces of cardstock to 7 1/8” x 11 3/8” reserve scraps
Score 6 large pieces length-wise at 2 3/8” and 4 3/4” (on scor-pal line long edge at 2 1/8” guideline and score on 4 1/2 mark. Flip paper and do again on opposite side.)
Fold on scored lines. This is the sleeve body without sides
Repeat with all large pieces of cardstock
On 3” x 3 3/8” paper, score length 5/8” (on scor-pal, line up length of paper at 1 1/2” guideline and score on 2 1/8” mark.)
Score width at 1/2” and 2 7/8” (or flip paper and score at 1/2" on opposite side.)
Trim corners out; fold on scored lines; Place tacky tape on all 3 scored flaps
Remove tape backing and adhere flaps to inside of sleeve, on edges. Start with back edges first, then top and bottom.
Repeat on other side. Complete other boxes. Using a liberal amount of tacky tape, adhere all 6 sleeves together.
For the Treat Boxes:
Cut decorative paper to 2 1/8” square pieces. You’ll need 30 for the calendar
Have one unassembled box handy. Find your reserved 2 1/8” square of cardstock. This is your template for all future punched papers, so line it up accurately. Line up & center template square to card box front and mark the curve of the box front on the cardstock.
Using circle punch, measure halfway down with punch and punch out the curve/semi-circle from the template. With template you can measure on the back of your decorative paper and mark the curve and punch without having to measure against the boxes each time, or eye-ball the measurement and waste paper with each mistake. It’s particularly handy when punching 30 (!!) box fronts.
Assemble boxes and decorate with chip board accents, labels and numbers for the count down days. (Decorate with rub-ons before assembling boxes; it’s much easier to “rub”.) Use foam tape to lift some accents for added dimension. Enjoy the process and have fun!