Wednesday, July 6, 2011

I Miss You!!!!

Hello My Crafty Friends,
I hope you all had a fantastic 4th of July and enjoyed every minute of your long weekend!! I really wanted to redo my Studio this past weekend but for some reason the time flew by so fast that I didn't accomplish a single thing in my Studio:(  I'm trying to figure out a way to get it more organized! It seems that I'm always cleaning up and trying to organize it LOL!!! Well, enough about my Studio let's talk CARDS!! This is a 3X6 horizontal card not my usual A2 size card right?  I used that Glimmer Paper #121790 that I LOVE and super excited that Stampin' Up! carried it over to the NEW 2011-2012 Idea Book & Catalog so I can use it for Christmas.  I also used Designer Series Paper Nautical Expedition #122343 from the Summer Mini Catalog Click Here to check out these products or any Stampin' Up! product.  Thank you for always stopping by and checking out my projects! Have a fabulous day my friends!!! 
 YAY! GUYS MY BLINKIE IS WORKING!!!!!
Used the Stampin' Up! Photo Corner Punch {retired}
Used Early Espresso and sponged the edges of Very Vanilla CS
Colored the SU Basic Rhinestones with a Sharpie
LOVE that Glimmer Paper which will be 
great to use for Christmas Cards this year!!
STAMPIN' UP! SUPPLIES USED:
Very Vanilla Card Stock #101650
Cherry Cobbler Card Stock {Retired}
Designer Series Paper Nautical Expedition #122343
Early Espresson Ink Pad #119670
Jewels Basic Rhinestones #119246
Embossing Buddy #103083
bakers Twine Early Espresso #123124
Photo Corner Punch {Retired}
VersaMark Pad #102283
Scallop Trim Border Punch #118402
Cherry Cobbler Marker {Retired}
Basic Black Marker #100082
Not Quite navy Marker #100059
3D Dimensionals #104430
Staz On Ink Pad #101406
Stamping Sponges #101610
Product Suggestion of the Day!

Tabletop Paper Cutter - by Stampin' Up!
Tabletop Paper Cutter106959
Price$45.95
The Tabletop Paper Cutter is a must-have! The cutter is so precise, and it won’t fray card stock. The Tabletop paper cutter can make project preparation easier to prepare—you’ll be amazed at how much faster and easier it is.

■ Very precise, won't fray card stock
■ Has safety blade
■ Trimmer measures 17-3/8” x 7-1/8” x 2-3/4”
■ Detachable measuring arm and handle can be stored in the back storage area

7 comments :

  1. What a great card! I agree that the glitter CS is perfect for Christmas cards..... Starting to make them already! Tehehehehe
    Theresa

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  2. Great card Norma, i think that organising a craft room is always a WIP (work in progress).
    xx

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  3. That card is so beautiful! I must write a review on the tabletop cutter for everyone to see! I never wanted to spend the money on the tabletop cutter but then I realized I was spending $10 a month on cutter blades(I cut a lot). Anyway, I finally bought the tabletop cutter a year ago and have never spent another cent! Well worth the $!!! I hope you are having a good day. Sorry I havn't stopped by for awhile!

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  4. Love it!
    That glimmer paper is gorgeous!

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  5. super cute card, Miss Norma! Love that set! I need to start playing with my goodies too. We should get together soon and craft!

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  6. I just came across your blog. Your cards are just lovely. Please come visit me sometime. Hugs, Pam at http://craftycards4u2.blogspot.com/

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  7. So glad to see these projects with the red glimmer paper. Mine has been in safe keeping for X-mas or V-day... now I am going to bust it out! Love this little airplane.. and great card size choice. I'm really liking this card!!

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