Sunday, March 8, 2009

Today is the day....

... I try to post my first picture!

First off, you can receive a free catalog if you place an online order through my demonstrator website through April. Stampin' Up! has such great catalogs - you definitely should take advantage of this offer if you don't have one!! I also have my class schedule on my demo website, so check that out!

I am going to post Sale-A-Bration samples each week through the end of Sale-A-Bration. If you don't already love the free sets, designer series paper, and ribbon, you will!!! Don't miss your chance to get some for yourself; you only have until March 31! Check out my demo website and see how!

Here is a picture of the doorprize we received at the February 21 SCS get-together in Binghamton, organized by Conductorchik Kris. This event was so much fun! We each brought a shoebox project for our table (8 ppl), participated in swaps (I did ATC and demo quality), shared some AMAZING food, and did some group make-n-takes after lunch. And it was only $17 plus shoebox and one swap! I met some great new friends and learned some cool new stamping tricks. Did I mention I won the grand doorprize - a snowman stamp set, designed by Cookiestamper Diane? And... I was enabled to fall in love with dew drops and half-back pearls. Oh the budget!

This is a little baggy that is held together with Top Note diecuts. Isn't it cute? It uses the Sale-A-Bration designer series paper and Sale-A-Bration 3/8" So Saffron grosgrain. The stamp set is called "Yummy" from Sale-A-Bration. And the white organdy ribbon can be found in the main catalog.

Here is a side shot of the Top Note baggy.

And here is one of the group make-n-takes we made at the Binghamton SCS get-together. This box was made with the Big Shot die called Box #2, Yummy stamp set, Pink Pirouette cardstock, and Raspberry Tart designer series paper. This little baby went together so fast! This would be a great idea when you have to make lots of party favors!

Edit to add: Kris had these 3D accordion flowers as table centers, so I was inspired to try my hand at it as well (although a much scaled down version!). I stole my husband's chop sticks for these. Do you think he will notice?? They are cute and pretty easy if you have a scoring blade on your cutter.

I have more pictures to share of projects I designed... I will post after club meets on Tuesday... I don't want to spoil the surprise! Thanks for looking!

1 comment:

Tilly said...

way to go heidi! It was nice to meet you at the gathering and nicer to get to know you better through SCS. Good job with your blog additions :)