How Sweet It Is!!!

Hello friends, today as promised I’m sharing with you two cards that will be available for you to make at class on Monday, March 25th.  Class starts at 2 p.m and the cost is a minimum $20.00 order that day.  Remember if that date does not work for you contact me anyway so we can find a day and time that does.

Before I get into to much detail, I must tell you that I got these cute ideas from my dear and special friend Rosemarrie Gonzales.  Rosemarrie is a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator who lives in the bay area.  We have only met a few times, however, we quickly became friends.  Rosemarrie is a kick in the pants and I just love her.  Her design style is bright, cheery and fun.   Rosemarrie has allowed me to CASE ( copy and share everything) that she designs.  As a result, I designed these two cards using her creations as my inspiration.  Aren’t they adorable?

 

I have been on a Designer Series Paper Kick for a while now.  The reason for that is because I have heard my customers say that they purchase DSP and then they keep it because it is too pretty to give away.  Noooooooo, use that stuff.  What good does beautiful paper do if it is stuffed in a box or laying on a shelf?  Next month I have more ideas on how to use up that DSP, so let’s get stamping!

In the photo above I’m pointing at the cupcake because on this card the cupcake wiggles when you touch it.  I like to describe the movement as BOINGGGGGG, BOINGGGGGG, BOINGGGGGG!  its is so darn cute, I just can’t stand it.  I have a new mechanism that allows the object that you put it on to move around as if it was on a spring.  I will introduce you to that new item in the class.

 

The card above is a Z fold card, simple to make but adorable and fun to receive.  In these pictures, you can not tell that the candy jars look like glass and the candy inside looks shiny and real.  I will also show you in class how to get those effects.

 

All the candy images on this card are from the Designer series paper.  The only stamping that I did were the sentiments.  This fold is different, fun and just adorable.  This card also fits in a regular size envelope.  When the cupcake wiggles I know it will bring joy to both you and the recipient.

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A Teacher’s Apple

Hello friends and welcome back to my blog.

Today I’m sharing with you a project that I came up with for an upcoming craft night.  I was recently asked to hold a class for a group of teachers.  Of course, I said yes. The apple is the project the teachers will be making.  I LOVE it!  I hope they all do too.


I believe that teachers are worth their weight in gold, so If I can contribute to a fun night out for these ladies, then that is what I plan on doing.

I wanted to come up with a project that the teachers could make and then proudly display on their desks.  I wanted the project to reflect their passions and their trademark so an APPLE came to mind.  When I showed the organizer of the group my idea, she flipped, she said YES right away.

With the project approved, I collected the books that they will need.  I’ve drawn the pattern and I wrote a little instruction sheet.

An apple made from a book helps to tie into the teaching theme, cute huh?  The apple that they are making is pretty big.  I don’t know if you can tell how big it is in this photo so I wanted to let you know that the apple is substantial.  I wanted the apple to make a statement on the teacher’s desks so the size is important.

I used a circle punch, Mossy Meadow card stock and the Corrugated Folder to make the leaves.  I combined rubbing alcohol and Cherry Cobbler ink refill in a small spray bottle to make the red spray.  Lastly, I used thick jute to make the bow.   The stem is a stick from our yard.

You don’t have to be a teacher to make this.  I will offer this class to anyone who is interested so just let me know if you want to make one.  If there is interest, I will set up another class date.

These apples would make a GREAT teacher’s appreciation gift or home decor.   Mine sits on our coffee table.  However, because the apple is a form of art, I can move it around and set it in many different places in our home.  For example, the apple would look really cute on a bookshelf, in the kitchen or even in a child’s room.

My oh my I’m excited to teach this project.  It was a ton of fun to create.

Have a great day!  Live Loved my friends, Beverlee

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Open House

Hello, there my dear friends!!!!  How the heck are you?  I know that I’ve been MIA again, life just goes that way at times.  BUT, I’m here now, so thank you all for coming to visit.

I really am in shock that February is gone and March is here tomorrow.  This time truly flew by…. I need to catch up.

OPEN HOUSE is March 7th from noon until 8 p.m.  So I needed to get a make and take ready for you all.  This morning I went out to my shop and created these three samples.

This first photo is a rare CASE ( Copy and Share Everything).  By rare I mean I rarely copy anyone’s work.  But because I’ve been so busy with life I had to rely on other demonstrators artistic talents.   Tammy Wilson created the card below.  My card is slightly different than Tammy’s original only because I didn’t have the ribbon she used.  I love everything about this card.  The layout is eye-catching, the colors are neutral and it’s a simple card to stamp, color and put together.

With all that said, this card will be our MAKE AND TAKE at OPEN HOUSE.

 

 

The card below is an original design.  After making the card above I could not stop.  The stamp set  HOME TO ROOST is super easy to use.  I whipped up two more cards in a jiffy.

 

I hope you can attend OPEN HOUSE, I will have even more samples made with this set waiting for you to check out.  Please RSVP

The stamp set used ” Home to Roost”  Item # 149736 is a SALE A BRATION item that you can earn FREE with a qualifing $50.00 order.

 

Enjoy your day~ Live Loved My Friends, Beverlee

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Hello Cupcake

Good morning friends and Happy Valentines Day!

Today I’m posting sneak peeks of three cards that you can make at my next class.  We will be stamping using the Hello Cupcake stamp set.   You can get this set FREE with a $50.00 order during SALE A BRATION.

 

These three cards are so different, two are birthday cards and one is a card WELL, it says THAT STINKS.  That card is for those times that just don’t feel good.

The little pink bow on the card above is no longer available so we will add a different embellishment to that card at class.

The card above is a note card, the size is smaller.

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Class date is Monday, Feb 25th.  Anytime after 12:00 noon.  The cost for this class is a minimum $20.00 order.

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