Cards in a Crate

May is not far away, so it’s time to think about celebrating Mother’s Day.  One thing you will need for sure is a greeting card.

This card sings Mother’s Day with a momma bird sitting proudly on her nest.

This card has a vintage flair.  It’s soft, feminine and has bits of gold to give the card a dressy look.

Both cards have a lot of detail, come see them both at OPEN HOUSE tomorrow, April 6.  I open at noon and close at 8 p.m

Come make these two cards and the adorable card crate too. You can change up the sentiments and make your cards for any occasions that suits you.

Isn’t the crate adorable?  My friend Dawn Haskell found it on Pinterest and shared it on Facebook. The original designer is Jackie Topia.  I fell in love with the crate and just had to share it with all of you.

Class date is April 22nd

Time = 1p.m to 4p.m, come anytime between those hours

Cost =  $20.00 minimum order that day.

Please,RSVP as soon as possible so I can make your packets.

Can’t make that date?  That is okay we can set another date just for you or I can send you the class in the mail.

Live Loved ~ Beverlee

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More Bunnies

These cuties are waiting for you at OPEN HOUSE.  Everyone who attends gets to make ONE FREE.  You can make more if you like, they are $3.00 each.

Remember OPEN HOUSE is the first Thursday of each month, so April 6 from noon until 8p.m I will be OPEN.  At open house you can work on projects you have been trying to finish up.  OR you can come CASE ( copy and share everything) my samples.

Open house is a time that I set aside for all to come at their leisure to do whatever they fancy.  Bring your own product or pay $3.00 per card and use my supplies.

My regulars will be here and two new customers have expressed interest, I sure home they can make it.  Just let me know that you are coming and what time, so I can prepare a space for you.

Live Loved ~ Beverlee

Easter Goodie Bag

Yesterday’s adorable My Paper Pumpkin kit inspired me to try to make a bunny with stamps that I have.  OH MY GOODIE NESS!  I love how it turned out.  I will make 66 of these for my daughters’s class Easter party because they are so easy to make and oh so cute.

I think these bags are precious.  I filled them with foil wrapped chocolate eggs.  Maybe Ramona will want some for the shop too?

I was trying to find a stamp that I could use to make a bunny face.  Faces are so hard to draw  (for me anyway) so I went on the hunt.  In the Fox and Friends set there are faces, YEAH! Now to find ears, oh what to do?Oh wait there is a double leaf in this set too.  So I stamped the face using Watermelon Wonder ink.  Yep that looked good, so then I stamped the leaf and added a bow.  PERFECT!!!!!  The top needed a little something so I added that beautiful half wreath image in the set.  I used Old Olive ink.  Happy Easter greets everyone at the bottom.

I get my bags at a local fishing store, I bought a bunch of bags just in case you want to buy some from me they are .30 each.

We will make these darling bags at Super Stampers next Wednesday.  Class starts at 10a.m so secure your spot if you haven’t already.

I don’t know why but the ribbon didn’t show up in the supply list so here is the item number 142794, it’s $6.00 and you get 10 yards.

Live Loved ~ Beverlee

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Chickens or Roosters?

We stampers have been making these sour cream pouch containers for years and years.  They are easy to make and they can hold treats which makes them perfect for gift giving.

Recently I saw an idea from one of our European demonstrators on Pinterest.   She made her treat holders into chickens or are they roosters?   I don’t have the demonstrators information, but if I can find it again I will update this post to give her credit where credit is definitely due.

Creating from memory and using Designer Series Paper that I already have my chickens look quite different than the original idea I stumbled upon.  I made the boy first and then  I decided to make a girl.  The boy sports a bow tie and the girl is wearing an apron.  They both have a comb on their heads so that’s why I don’t know if I should call them roosters or chickens.  It’s all make believe anyway right?

I think these little guys will make great Easter basket stuffers or individual Easter gifts for those special children in our lives.

I think my super stampers will make these at their next class!

Live Loved ~ Beverlee

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Embossing Burlap

When I was getting ready for my “Assemble Them” card class I got another idea.  I thought the burlap gold embossed heart would make a beautiful brooch.

I made two hearts this time so that I could layer a bit more.  I wondered what copper would look like layered onto gold….. Oooh I like it.  I then embellished exactly like I did on the card that my guests will make at class.  When I was done, I thought how about a bit of bling.  Yep the FALLING IN LOVE EMBELLISHMENTS finished off the brooch perfectly.

This brooch looks fabulous on my sweaters and my jean jacket, I’m tickled pink…..

Live loved~Beverlee

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