Saturday, November 15, 2008

November ~SOTM*

D1308 All Decked Out (Set of 29) $25.50
Just wait til you see some of the amazing artwork created using this Stamp set! At first I thought OMG this little guy is all in separate pieces but that's what makes him sooo much fun. The combinations are endless! This set is only available for the month of NOVEMBER, so if you can live without it, order soon!! Look at some the artwork made with this set...

Available November 1-30, 2008 only.
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My Christmas Card Workshop ~ Perfect Day

I'm sooo glad I started working on this workshop in September, I'm really pleased with the results. All sets turned out great. I had a great turn out 20 ladies attended this workshop. They worked very hard on completing two of their favorite sets, the most popular set was Notebook ~ Shining Star. The second most popular was Aspen ~ All Decked Out.

Next year I might simply my workshop a little, 20 cards in one day is a little much, especially with all the cutting involved.

This first set of 10 cards is made with the same paper, since the B&T sheets from CTMH are double sided you get two vary different looks from the same sheet of paper.

Supplies used for the first set:
Papers: Perfect Day ~ front side
Cardstock: Tulip & Cocoa
Papers: Perfect Day ~ back side
Cardstock: Juniper & Cocoa
Stamp set: Evengreen
Inks: Juniper & Cocoa
Embellishments: Cocoa ribbons, Natural Twill

Inspired by: Nona

My Christmas Card Workshop ~ Evensong

This second set of 10 cards is made with the same paper, since the B&T sheets from CTMH are double sided you get two vary different looks from the same sheet of paper.

This set wasn't as popular but once the ladies actually saw it all done up, three people asked for a third set to complete at home, they even bought the December Word Puzzle stamp set.

Supplies used for the second set:
Papers: evensong ~ front side
Cardstock: Sorbet, Olive and New England Ivy

Papers: evensong - back side
Cardstock: Olive & New England Ivy

Stamp set: December Word Puzzle

Inks: Cranberry, Sorbet, Olive & New England Ivy
Embellishments: Olive & New England Ivy ribbons,
Colonial Brads, mini sparkles, sorbet brads & Olive waxy flax

My Christmas Card Workshop ~ Notebook

This third set of 10 cards was top of the list, I wasn't sure with the use of black but everyone thought it was really different and 16 out of 20 select this set.

Supplies used for the third set:
Papers: Notebook ~ front side
Cardstock: Holly Hock, Desert Sand & Black

Papers: Notebook - back side
Cardstock: Crystal Blue, Desert Sand & Black

Stamp set: Shining Star

Inks: Desert Sand & Black
Embellishments: Mini Sparkles, Black Bitty Brads
Inspired by: Nona

My Christmas Card Workshop ~ Aspen

This last set of 10 cards was a favorite with the ladies, it was time consuming, with the stamping and the cutting but the results were amazing. Everyone enjoyed dressing up this little guy from the hats to the mitts he's just allot of fun to make.

Supplies used for the fourth set:
Papers: Aspen ~ front side
Cardstock: Outdoor Denim & Twilight

Papers: Aspen ~ back side
Cardstock:Twilight & Crème Brulée

Stamp set: November SOTM ~ All decked Out

Inks: Outdoor Denim, Twilight & Crème Brulée
Embellishments: Mini Sparkles, Twilight & Colonial White ribbons, a little Liquid Appliqué, Colonial White & Outdoor Denim Brads, Natural Twill

Quick Halloween Card

Just playing around with my new stamp set " Creepy Cobwebs" from CTMH. I has going to teach this to my group of seniors at the retirement home but with the purchase of the new house and the cleaning up of my home, time just got away from me. I simply used some papers I had around and pre-made cards from Micheals, it's a 5x7 card.

Halloween was cut a little short this year but we'll go it right next year!!!

Calendar Page ~ October/November

OMG!!!! My life is under going major changes, like people say: "Change is good!" It's just happened way too fast. It all started on October 19th, a Real Estate Person knocked on our door and simply asked: " Would you like to sell your home?" and to that I said: " You need to find me one first."

Well, she did!!!!! I remember telling my husband it's just three houses, as if we're going to like one of them. We did, this house is great, I'll have room to teach my workshop right at home.

The last 3 weeks have been crazy, talking to lawyers, bankers, contractors etc.. We had one week to stage our home and put it up for sell. Oh! yeah! and replace the roof, and paint and and.... It's funny how we live with imperfection but when selling your home everything needs to be done.

We managed to celebrate Halloween with the girls... My scrapbooking room has never looked so clean. Makes it hard to work on projects.