Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Celebrate Friendship

I have to say one of the most amazing things that have happened to me as a Stampin' Up! demonstrator is the friendships I have made. They are truly amazing. Everytime I turn around there are new goodies arriving on my doorstep. Today, I came home to these amazing creations by friend Tracy.
The first set is made with our Sale-a-bration stamp set, Lots of Thoughts. The background of the card and the box, she stamped with the Sprinkles stamp set. The colors are are Pretty in Pink and Purely Pomegranate. She finishes both of these with the Purely Pomegranate Double Stitched Ribbon. The box is a Ghiradelli Chocolate boxes created by Shelley and you can see the template on her blog Mocha Memories.

The second project is a card made with Artfully Asian and the Faux Silk technique. Click here to get step by step instructions on how to do the technique. The colors are Ruby Red, So Saffron, Kraft and Mellow Moss. She made the scallop edge with our corner rounder and the accessory is the Mellow Moss Taffetta ribbon.

I also wanted to take the time to showcase some things Colleen has shared with me as well. I just have been running around and completely missed posting them when I originally had them come across me.

The first one is a pocket card made with Birthday Whimsy stamp set. You'll notice Colleen has been an embossing mode lately. Here she embossed the cake. The colors of this card are Eggplant Envy, Rose Red and So Saffron. She finishes the card off with some Eggplant Envy Grosgrain Ribbon and the corners punched with the Tag Corner and the corner Rounder. She also made the scallop edge with the corner rounder. The background she wheeled the Sweet Stars Jumbo wheel.

The next project Colleen made was Card Candy made with the So Many Scallops stamp set. As you can see from the shine, she embossed again! I love how they came out. If you have never seen card candy, this great. All the images are attached on one side with the Pop-up Glue Dot. The other side is still attached to the paper it comes on from the roll. So when the person is ready, they can just pull it off the backing and attach it to their card or project. She embellished them with Jumbo Pewter Eyelets and Pretties! The So Many Scallops stamp set of course perfectly coordinates with our Scallop Circle punch.

1 comment:

TA Carbone said...

Beautiful Work. Keep going strong
aka TA