Saturday, April 6, 2013

Easter Eatin' Fun!

Hi stampers!  
I know you are busy compiling your supply list in order to take advantage of the free shipping offer from Stampin' Up! for today, Sunday, and Monday so I thought I would share a picture of my desert  experiment from Easter dinner as a cool interlude for you.

Have to admit that the chocolate cups were a tad frustrating to make - especially when the mold tore the first time I used it! - but the end effect was pretty and my guests enjoyed all of it...especially eating the chocolate cup after the raspberry cheesecake filling was gone.
Remember when the called in or online orders total $150,  I will be raffling the hostess rewards among all those individual orders submitted under my hostess code EGDQ6GNV...wouldn't you like to win some extra rewards?  When you input your individual order under that code on my online store, the goods will be shipped directly to you ,free shipping, if you input by Monday night.  If your order exceeds $150 for you (and your friends) receive the hostess rewards directly.

Thursday, April 4, 2013

Did you miss it?

Did you miss out on getting the nifty new mini punch during Saleabration?  Check out this offer!!!!
The Petite Curly Label Punch that you saw in the Sale-A-Bration brochure is now available for purchase until May 31, and then it will be available in the new 2013-2014 annual catalog.
The punched image is 3/4" x 3/4"; coordinates with the 2013 spring catalog’s Ciao, Baby! Stamp Set.      $1 2 .95         129405

Order through my website (shh!!! If you wait til Saturday to order, you will save a bit on your order) or contact me. 

Monday, April 1, 2013

Lovely little dress card

Hi all
Hope everyone enjoyed a wonderful Easter Sunday with friends and family.   I sure did!
Today I have a fun card which we made at a recent workshop. 

You know I love love love my big shot and I use it all the time!!!  To make this card I used my Big Shot a lot!!  The white cardstock is dry embossed with a textured impression embossing folder and the Big Shot.   The dress and its trim were cut out using Framelits, The jacket was also made from a dress framelit - just cut short and then cut in half and offset.  Of course, the mannequin was also die cut.  The frame and mirror and layers of the greeting, where punched - the mirror was cut from silver foil paper.  Did you see the teeny tiny buttons on the jacket sweet.
Did you remember to sign up for the birthday themed class this weekend.   Wednesday is the deadline for sign ups.
Sorry - not feelin' foolish today!  Hope no one tricked you too badly!