To A Wild Rose and OPEN HOUSE

Good day, my friends.  I would like to start this post by taking a moment to say welcome to my new subscribers.  I’m thrilled that you want to spend a little bit of your time with me.  Thank you ALL for joining me.

Today I’m featuring the new stamp set, To A Wild Rose.  You can find this set and the coordinating dies in the NEW Stampin’ Up! catalog on page 141. If you don’t have a catalog yet you can click on the catalog image on my sideboard to view it and if you do not already have a demonstrator let me know that you would like to become one of my customers and I will get a catalog into your hands.

I made the card you see here using one of the new In-Colors Rococo Rose.  The bundle created the images and the subtle folder along with heart shape epoxy elements help accentuate the look.

Isn’t the rose color beautiful? I believe I will be using it a lot.  The new In Colors are stunning, I’m very happy with all of them.  As for the bundle, it was one of the first items that I selected to purchase.  I especially love the word BLESSED in the set.  I love its font, the size and of course, it’s meaning.

Tomorrow is OPEN HOUSE and everyone who attends will be making this card.  I open at noon and close at 8 p.m.  All you need to do is RSVP to attend.  Bring your clear acrylics to use with the Big Shot.  Each card ( other than the make and take) that you make using my product is $3.00.  Or, bring your own product and get caught up on your projects.

My DOLLAR SPOT opens tomorrow too, so be the first to get your hands on those cards.

Hopefully, you can attend tomorrow.  YES bring your friends.  See ya then.

Live Loved My Friends ~ Beverlee
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Designer Series Paper Share

Hello, stampers!  Welcome back to my blog.  Today I’m discussing the NEW 2019-2020, 12 x 12  Designer Series Papers.

May I start by saying that the designer series papers this year are stunning.  I want all of it.  I know that once you see it you will too.   So I came up with a way that we can.

I have a spreadsheet below that shows you how I laid out each paper and divided it by 4 people.  When you sign up to participate in this share you will get 39 sheets of designer series paper.  Having all of this paper would be awesome.  You will be able to copy any samples that you love and you will be able to decide which packs you love the most.  Then you will know what designer series paper you want more of.

Last weeks Facebook live I shared some cards and a little goodie box made with new dsp.  If you have not seen that video yet, you still can.  Just go to my facebook business page stampinalldaywithbev and watch the replay.  I would love you to watch me live.  I’m live every Sunday at 7 P.M Pacific time.

Once you decide that you want these papers just let me know.  The total cost to you is $43.76 and you can pick up your paper from me.  If you want me to mail the paper to you, there will be an additional mailing cost.

I will order the papers on June 4th, so I will need you to sign up for the share by May 31st.

Thank you for stopping in.  Let me know if you have any questions.

Live Loved ~ Beverlee

Bird House Cards and MORE

Hello there friends.  Today’s post is all about cards that are made to look like houses.  I decided to make these cards after finding one from many years ago.  I came across an old birdhouse card while pulling old cards down and replacing them with new ones.  I thought it was time to update this style of card, so I made a few using the new and current Stampin’ Up! product.

FYI, I have a video that you can watch on my Facebook business page @ stampinalldaywithbev

Here on my blog, I’m wanted to provide the instructions to those of you who don’t have Facebook.

The card below is my version of a little barn

 

Here are the instructions.

  1. Cut Crumb Cake cardstock portrait style at 4-1/4 (so another word cut your 8-1/2 X 11 piece of cardstock in half portrait style).
  2. Fold your card in half and burnish the scoreline with your bone folder.
  3. Using a pencil, mark the center of the folded card at 2-1/8.
  4. Now mark each side of the cardstock at 2-1/8.
  5. Next,  using your trimmer you will score the cardstock from the side pencil marks to the center point pencil mark.
  6. Fold and burnish all score lines again.
  7. For the roof use a coordinating colored cardstock cut at 3X3.  Then cut it in half at an angle.  You will have two pieces exactly the same but you only need one for each house.  Embellish the roof as you wish.
  8. Using a circle hole punch add the hole for the birdhouse card.  Add a rectangle piece of cardstock to make the doors on the other houses.
  9. I used the soon to retire Hardwood stamp to give the houses the wood look.
  10. Each house was embellished differently to fit the theme of the house.  I have listed all of the product that I used in the product list below.

Here is one last house, it is a schoolhouse.  This idea came about because I had a request from teachers to hostess a craft night in my studio where they could make a thank you card.  This card will be given to their classroom assistants in appreciation of all the hard work that they do.

 

I hope you enjoyed your visit here today.  Please comment and let me know what you think or if you have questions.

 

NOTE:  a few things will retire on June 2 or as supplies last.  The trimmer, the stamp set and thinlits, the hardwood background stamp, the circle punch, and the Big Shot.  So get them while you can.

Live Loved My Friends ~ Beverlee
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