Thursday, December 11, 2008

Stamp club projects

My stamp club just started tonight and we had a great time. They made these three projects.

I just love this ornament gift card holder. I cased the idea, but for the life of me I can not remember where I found it. Whoever you are thank you for the cute idea!
They could choose whether to make one with the red snowflake or the white snowflake.

Stamp Set: Punches Three
Ink: Real Red
CS: Old Olive, Real Red, Whisper White, Ski Slope DSP
Access: Little Felt Flurries, Square Scallop Punch, Silver Elastic Cord, Silver brads, Scallop Edge Punch.

The other card we did was the snowman globe card from the Christmas card SAS.

The last project we did was a magazine holder. I think this is such a cute way to give cards. I got the template from Becky Roberts 12 Days of Christmas. She has some great ideas.Thank you stamp club for making it a great night! See you next month for more fun projects.

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Fun photo holders

We made these at my last Christmas stamp camp. I think they turned out sooo cute I just had to post the picture and let you see how they look. They hold my cute kids pictures. I gave a set of these to my mom for her birthday this week and she loved them. She brought them to work and now everyone can see how cute her grand kids are. I love how the stamp set had the empty space. A perfect place for there names, or any other info you want to put there!

I used 4 large binder clips along with the Curly Label Punch Bunch, Kiwi Kiss ink, Bella Rose DSP and Kiwi Kiss Satin Ribbon.

Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Christmas card SAS

I know I bet you think I forgot all about this blog, but I haven't, I was just trying to get some Christmas stuff done. About a month ago I had my Christmas Card stamp-a-stack. I had 14 people come and make 12 cards. They had a great time and loved the cards.
Thanks ladies for making it a great night!

Here are the cards we did.
I just love this snowman and I love how the card makes it look like he's in a globe.

Stamp Set: Jolliest Time of the Year
Ink: Basic Black, Brocade Blue
CS: Real Red, Whisper White
Access: Crafters Tool Kit (CTK), Sponges, Elastic Silver Cord, Brads, Markers


Stamp Sets: Two Cool Dudes, Season of Friendship
Ink: Bashful Blue, Not Quite Navy
CS: Not Quite Navy, Bashful Blue, Whisper White, Ski Slope DSP
Access: Dimensions, Markers, Bashful Blue ribbon



Stamp Set: Snow Swirled
Ink: Always Artichoke, Old Olive
CS: Old Olive, Whisper White
Access: Always Artichoke ribbon
I like how this one looks so elegant.




Stamp Set: Home For Christmas

Ink: Baja Breeze, Versamark

CS: Baja Breeze, Whisper White, CS Vellum

Access: CTK, Brads, Dimensionals, Silver Embossing Powder, Versamarker, Heat Tool, Embossing Buddy.

Thursday, November 6, 2008

I was finally able to get a picture of the frame that we will be making at the Peace & Joy & Love & Cheer frame class on Tuesday, Dec. 9.


The cost is $10.00 and registration deadline is due Dec.2. This would make a great addition to your home or to give as a gift! If you have any questions just let me know.

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Cool place setting ideas!

Shelli Gardner is the CEO of Stampin' Up! Her and her sister founded it 20 years ago. She was on a Utah show called Studio 5 sharing some awesome place settings ideas. Just click below and watch it! If you would like to know how to make any of them just email me!

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Upcoming classes

I will be having 3 upcoming classes. *First is a Stamp Camp where you pay $17.00 and make 6 Christmas projects. A combo of cards and 3-D projects. The day of the class is Nov. 15. Registration deadline is Nov. 3. Here is a sample of the 2 cards we will be making along with one of the projects. I used the new Big Shot die cutting machine for the scalloped edge. It is also using the new Alpine Ribbons Original. Love it!

I just love how this card turned out. Santa looks so happy!
We will also be making this cute container. Not a great picture of it, but the little circle says "A Very Merry Christmas to you". It uses Acetate paper to hold the candy or whatever you want in. I don't have the other projects ready yet, but when I do I'll post them here. If you want to come just let me know!


*The next class I will be having is a Christmas card Stamp-a-stack. We will make 12 cards (3 cards each of 4 different designs) for $15.00. The class will be Nov. 20 from 7-9. Registration deadline is Nov. 10. Here are the cards that we will be making:




*The last class I will be having is a Frame class. We will be making a frame that says "Peace & Joy & Love & Cheer. The cost is $10.00 and the class will be Dec. 9 from 7-8:30. Registration deadline is Dec. 2. I don't have a picture of it yet because someone is borrowing it and I haven't taken a picture of it yet. I will post it when I finally get it.

If you have any questions just email!

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Halloween projects

The swap I'm in had some great cards. These are 2 that I just had to share. The first one is by Marissa Hewitt. The card can lay flat to mail, but then it will stand up by itself. I just love the work she did to it. She used Halloween Frights stamp set and Frightful Fence jumbo Wheel.
This bag was made by Chairl Ivie Miller. I love how fun it is and it would be a great way to give some fun Halloween treats to some special people! The stamp set she used was Halloween Frights and Eat, Drink & Be Scary from the holiday mini catalog.

Thank you ladies for some great ideas!

Wow swap cards

I'm in 2 different swaps for mini catalogs. Here are my cards that I did.

I used the same layout as the shaker card from my Cards that Move class. Mr. Twigster was the stamp set from the Holiday Mini. For the snow to make it a shaker card I used the Chunky Sparkles Glitter. Ribbon and cardstock is all Baja Breeze. Love the new Striped ribbon!

Stamp set was Scandinavian Season. I used the new DSP from the holiday mini called Ski Slope. I also used the new Alpine Originals Ribbon for the middle stripe. Absolutely love it! I accented the tree with some Dazzling Diamonds glitter. Card stock is Chocolate Chip and Old Olive

On this card I used Really Rust with Perfect Plum. Not a combo I would have EVER thought of but Hollieanne gave me the idea and I loved how it turned out. Thanks Hollieanne! The stamp set is Season of Friendship from the holiday mini and the ink is More Mustard, Really Rust, Chocolate Chip and Old Olive. The little bird is stamped in Basic Black then cut out and the ribbon is Elegant Eggplant grosgrain.

Cards that move cards

I know the class was about 2 weeks ago, but I still wanted to post the cards that we did. The ladies just loved them.











Slider card closed and then opened to reveal a Birthday message!











This is a wiper card. When you kind of push it closed a message pops up.
I used Inspired by Nature and Upsy Daisy stamp sets, along with the new Top Notz Sizzix die. Card Stock is Riding Hood Red, Tangerine Tango and Whisper White.

This was there's and my favorite. It's a shaker card. I just loved the simplicity of of. I used Pocket Silhouttes stamp set and everything else is Kiwi Kiss.



All in all we had a great class. Thank you ladies for coming and making it fun.

Sunday, September 14, 2008

Card that Move deadline today!

My "Cards that Move" class deadline for registration is today Sept. 15. Here is a sample of one of the cards we will be making.
You pull down on the tab and his arms move. The bear has to move his arms to scare away all the cute mosquitos. A little tricky to make, but so cute.
This stamp set is called Under the Stars and is on sale right now at 15% off. Click on my name under Stamping sites I visit and there is a list of all the stamp sets that are on sale until Sept. 30.
The class is Sept. 24 from 6:30-8:30 and the cost is $10.00 for 4 different cards. Make sure you register today, because you don't want to miss out on these "Cards that Move".

Tuesday, September 9, 2008

SHOP STAMPIN' UP! 24/7!!!

Stampin' Up! has just unveiled a new feature for customers. You are now able to purchase Stampin' Up! products 24/7 without ever talking to a demonstrator. It's called Shop Now and you can access it HERE or click on my name on the right side under Stamping sites I visit. Please make sure you do all your Stampin' Up! shopping from my website. You can access it using the HERE button above. Once there on the top right you will see a SHOP NOW button. Just click on that and away you go. The prices are all the same as the catalog and they will be shipped right to you via UPS.

There are card samples from the catalog that you can click on and it will tell you exactly what was used with a list of supplies that you can buy. You can search by stamp sets, or accessories, paper or ink. There is so much more so go and take a look and if you have a question just let me know!!!

Monday, September 8, 2008

DVD holder Scrapbook class

I saw this DVD holder scrapbook and fell in love with it. I used different designer series paper (DSP) then the original and I just love how these colors look together.
The front of the scrapbook. The ribbon slides right off or unties to open the book.

1st and 2nd pages.

The 3rd and 4th pages.


The 5th and 6th pages. The little envelopes have a paper that comes out for either journaling or pictures, or even a great place to put gift cards or cash.


Back cover and the front cover without the ribbon.

Click here to see my inspiration.

I will be having a class on this DVD scrapbook October 14 from 6:30-9:00. The cost will be $15.00 and it will include 1/2 package of any DSP you want to use for your scrapbook along with all the other supplies needed. You will need to bring your own paper cutter or some sort. If you would like to make multiple scrapbooks you can do so. The second one will be $7.00, but only if you use the same DSP you chose for the first one. If you want different DSP the cost will still be $15.00. This makes a great gift for birthdays, anniversaries or even for Christmas that is right around the corner. Registration deadline is Sept. 30.













This class is also offered as a mail class. If you can't attend but would like to make one I can mail you the cut out supplies to do so. Email me and I'll send you a pay now link with the amount including shipping. There is a $4.00 shipping fee. If you have any questions just send me an email.

Frankie has come to life!

I have seen these cards all over the web, and I just had to make one for myself. He is so dang cute. I used this card for a swap I'm in with 5 other people. I had to apologize to them, letting them know that he won't fit in a regular envelope. They said they would forgive me this one time.

Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Stamp-a-stack cards

I had my stamp a stack last Wednesday and we had a great time. Thanks for all that came! Below are the cards that we made. We made 3 of each cards.

I received this card from a friend (thanks Natalie) because I let her borrow something and she gave this card to me. I just love it!

I copied this card from Patty. I just loved how she used the new Big Shot and the new Upsy Daisy stamp set that is 15% off until Sept. 30.

I copied the same layout from my convention swap, but I changed the stamp set. I used the new Pocket Silhouett's stamp set that is also 15% off until Sept. 30.

I have a few extra packages of these cards. If you would like them just email me. The cost is $15.00 plus $4.00 shipping.

Monday, August 25, 2008

No more Olympics, boo hoo

My family and I have really enjoyed having the Olympics on the last couple of weeks. We have enjoyed seeing the athletic ability of all the athletes that work so hard for what they do. I really admire there dedication and sacrifice. So to commemorate all there achievement this is a card my 10 year old made using scraps she got out of my garbage.



Who says you need a half piece of cardstock to make a card. All you need is enough scraps and scotch tape. Nice card Courtney!

My card won our group meeting swap!

We had our group meeting for Stampin' Up! demonstrators under Margo Kelly. She does a great meeting and is a great upline. Anyways we almost always do a card swap and vote for the card we like the best. My card was the winner! I was so suprised and so excited! The card I used was the cupcake card from the previous post. I won the word happiness in our new line called Decor Elements that Stampin' Up! sells now. It's a line of vinyl for walls, and a bunch of other things. When I put it up I'll post a picture here.

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Stamp-a-stack registration date extended

I'm having a Stamp-a-stack on August 27 from 6:30-8:30. We will be making a total of 12 cards, 3 cards each of 4 different designs. This is a great way to start your card collection or add to it. I've extended the registration deadline to August 19. The cost is $15.00. If you can't make it and you would like the cards I can ship them to you for an additional $4.00. I will stamp the cards and make one of each of the designs so that you can assemble the other one's.

Here is a sample of one of the cards we will be making. It uses the brand new set Crazy for Cupcakes. (Sorry about the bad picture, I just couldn't get a good one.) I received this stamp set for FREE from convention a couple of weeks ago for having the winning wrist band. I was so excited because I just love this stamp set. I got the card layout from a swap I received from convention. I change the colors and the stamp set, but it really is as easy as that. Find a layout you like and change a few things and now it's your cards.

Card we will be making at my Stamp-a-stack


Card I got the idea from.

Just email me if you would like to attend, or if you can't come and you still want to have the cards I can mail them to you for an additional $4.00. I will stamp them and you can assemble them. If you have any questions just let me know.

Happy Stamping,
Cheryl

$99 Starter Kit offer

Holy Cow is all I can say about the latest promotion Stampin' Up! is having on there starter kit. From now until October 11 Stampin' Up! has 3 different starter kits to become a Stampin' Up! demonstrator for only $99. The three different kits are:

Stamp-Focused Starter Kit
Scrapbook-Focused Starter Kit
Home D├ęcor-Focused Starter Kit

To find out more check out my Stampin' Up! website on the right side under Stamping sites I visit and click on Cheryl Pierce.

There is also a sale on 10 brand spanken new stamp sets that are 15% off. This is the best time to get the new stamp sets!

Happy Stamping,
Cheryl

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Stampin' Up! NEW Idea book & Catalog now available

Wow is the only word to describe the new Stampin' Up! idea book and catalog! There are so many great stamp sets and new ribbon that is so yummy, along with new "In Colors" that are to die for. I have catalogs available just let me know if you want one and I'll get one to you. The cost is only $5.00. I've included a picture of the cover of it. I just love the new scalloped edge!






I'm in a card swap with some fellow demonstrators so I've been working on one of my 2 cards I have to do. I made it using the new Bella Rose Designer Series Paper along with 3 new colors Pink Piroutte, Riding Hood Red and Kiwi Kiss all from the "In Colors" and a new stamp set called Eastern Blooms. The card is a pocket card so the message is written on the Whisper White CS that has the flower part on it. If you would like to know how to make this card just let me know!





Thursday, August 7, 2008

Now blogging





I keep seeing all these blogs that are so inspiring to me so I decided to start blogging myself. On my blog I'll have samples using Stampin' Up! products. I love Stampin' Up! and I just came back from the yearly convention in Salt Lake City, Utah. What a great time we had with our group of local demonstrators and also talking to new demonstrators. I learned sooooo much there and I hope to share some new things with you in the near future. For now here are some cards that I made to bring to convention to swap. Enjoy and have a great day!!! Cheryl Pierce