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SAB Samples

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Puffy Bow for Metallic Ribbon Pack

Puffy Bow with Metallic Ribbon Pack

There are several projects with Puffy Bows featured in all the Stampin’ Up! Catalogs.  This box is wrapped with ribbon from the 3/8” Metallic Ribbon Combo Pack, which is one of the Sale-A-Bration free accessories you may select with a $50 purchase.

I found a video that shows you how to make a Puffy Bow.  The tutorial is for a hair ornament, but you can easily use the method for wrapping a box as you can see in the photo above.  Personally, I would sew the completed bow to the felt circles and tie it to the ribbon rather than using hot glue because you want the box to be openable.  If you decide to use hot glue as in the video, be sure to use a Silicone Craft Sheet (127853) to glue everything together and to attach the bow to the ribbon wrap-around.

Loopy Puffy Bow Tutorial Video

If you need an answer to any question about the Puffy Bow or any other technique. product or tool, feel free to comment below or e-mail me at mary@3amstamper.comI’ll send you the answer and do a post about it.  If you need your answer right away, you may always contact my Help Desk at 3amstamperhelp@gmail.comJust make your subject line the technique, product or tool, such as Puffy Bow.

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Stamping on Velvet

Flourishing Phrases Stamp Set

I was going through my files and came across this article about Velvet Stamping I thought this would be a great technique to share with you for Valentine’s Day and other special occasions (like weddings and anniversaries).  Unfortunately, I couldn’t find my examples or my velvet, so I’ll just tell you how to do it.  The picture shows the Flourishing Phrases Stamp Set (141531-w, 141534-c), one of the sets that would work very well for Stamping on Velvet.

Here are the main things you need to know about Stamping on Velvet:

1- Rayon velvet fabric.  Do not use nylon velvet as it will melt.  Cotton velvet won’t hold the image well.

2- An iron without steamholes on the soleplate, heated to Cotton/Linen temperature.

3- An image or word/phrase stamp that’s molded (or burned) deep into the rubber and can be completely covered by the soleplate of the iron.

4.- Use a solid silhouette or thick line art image for the best effect.  Detailed designs can get lost in the nap of the fabric.

You want to use the red rubber stamps, preferably on wood blocks.  Stampin’ Up!® red rubber stamps are all deeply burned, so the images work perfectly for Stamping on Velvet.  If you use a Clear-Mount Stamp, mount it on a piece of wood or place it on a silicone cooking mat.  The Clear-Mount Block may get damaged by the heat.

Once you’ve decided what you want to stamp, place your stamp rubber-side up on a flat, heat-resistant surface.  Place your Velvet piece face down on top of it and lightly spray with water.  Cover the whole image with your iron and press down.  Hold in place for about 30 seconds, then lift up without moving it.  Your fabric should be stamped beautifully.

Mount your Stamped Velvet by wrapping it around a piece of Card StockFast Fuse Adhesive (129026) works well to hold it.  You can also cover it with an open “window” layer, then trim the Velvet to fit behind the window layer.  It’s easier to attach to your project.  Either Fast Fuse Adhesive or Tear & Tape Adhesive will keep the Velvet secure.

I will do a sample for you when I find my Velvet and post it here.  If I don’t find my Velvet, I will buy some more just for your enjoyment.

If you need an answer to any question about a Technique such as Stamping on Velvet, feel free to comment below or e-mail me at mary@3amstamper.comI’ll send you the answer and do a post about it.  If you need your answer right away, you may always contact my Help Desk at 3amstamperhelp@gmail.com Just make your subject line the technique, such as Stamping on Velvet.

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A Quick Tip for the Stampin’ Pierce Mat

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The Stampin’ Pierce Mat (126199) is great for holding parts of your projects in place while you pierce a design with the Paper Piercing Tool (126189) as well as helping protect your work surface.  But did you know you can use it for Stamping?

The Stampin’ Pierce Mat helps you get a good impression with your stamped images because it has a bit of give to it:

  1. Put your project layer on the Mat.
  2. Ink up your stamp and press it on the project. Be sure to press it straight down, then lift up.
  3. Solid stamp images get a particular benefit from this technique.
  4. Try stamping with scrap paper first to get the feel of stamping on the Mat.

If you need an answer to any question about the Stampin’ Pierce Mat or any other product or tool, feel free to comment below or e-mail me at mary@3amstamper.com.  I’ll send you the answer and do a post about it.  If you need your answer right away, you may always contact my Help Desk at 3amstamperhelp@gmail.com.  Just make your subject line the product or tool, such as Stampin’ Pierce Mat.

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Satin Ribbon Tie-Off Pocket Card

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Several years ago, I gave some tips on using wide ribbon and talked about Satin Ribbon in particular.  I love Satin Ribbon, but it can be slippery.  The Tie-Off Technique works really well for this and other wide ribbon.  It makes a quick & easy Pocket Card as well.

The Pocket Card uses 5-1/2” x 12” Designer Series Paper plus a 5-1/4” x 5-3/4” piece of coordinating Card Stock.  Score the DSP at 6” and 10-3/4” along the long side.  Fold the short section back to make a border.  Stamp a sentiment if you wish.

Wrap the ribbon around the pocket so you can see the sentiment and tie off at the side.  I used Linen Thread and wrapped it around the ribbon ends a few times before tying in a knot.  Baker’s Twine would work just as well.

All the products used in this sample are retired, except for the Always Artichoke 8-1/2” x 11” Card Stock, the So Saffron 8-1/2” x 11” Card Stock and the Rose Red Classic Stampin’ Pad.  I’ve included a list of substitutes you might like to try.  The Color Scheme is based upon the selected Designer Series Paper pattern.

Tip:  Only emboss the top inch of the card stock piece with your Textured Impressions™ Embossing Folder after you stamp.

Substitute Product Lists:

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Gong Hey Fat Choy, Year of the Rooster

Rooster Paper Cutting Image from Jiazzhi

Gong Hey Fat Choy” translates to “Congratulations and Be Prosperous” and is a common greeting during this festival.  Today starts the Year of the Rooster, which is also known as Lunar New Year or the Spring Festival.

Wikipedia has extensive information on the Year of the Rooster as well as Chinese New Year customs, practices and history.  It also has links to various articles all over the web.

I picked this paper-cutting photo of the rooster because I really like it.  It reminds me of a Detailed Thinlits™ Die image.  Wouldn’t it be cool to have die-cuts or at least embossing folders of each of the images in the Chinese Zodiac?

Red is a traditional celebration color in China and many other countries.  This red reminds me of the retired Riding Hood Red, which is a slightly darker Tone of Real Red.  I decided the photo was too pretty to use in a scrapbook page, as I usually do, because I didn’t want anything else distracting from the image.

The original uploader was 用心阁 at Chinese Wikipedia

Transferred from zh.wikipedia to Commons by Shizhao using CommonsHelper.

If you’re celebrating, set off a firecracker for me and let me know how you like to celebrate in Comments.

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Carousel Horse Smiles Card

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I wanted to use the Carousel Horse on a card and continue with my exploration of the Cupcakes & Carousels Designer Series Paper Stack patterns and combinations.  I also decided I wanted to use Daffodil Delight instead of the So Saffron listed as a coordinate on the DSP Stack cover.  I went over the Colors included as Coordinates in my article, Cupcake Ferris Wheel Card, so click there to see the full details.

Bermuda Bay is a member of the Brights Collection as well as being the Blue-Green Color Group HueDaffodil Delight is the Hue of the Yellow Color Group and is also a member of the Brights Collection.  I felt like being bright today and celebrating the sun coming out, so I am using the two together, along with Island Indigo, the Shade from the Blue-Green Color Group.  The two Color Groups create two points on a Tetradic Color Scheme, so I’m calling this Color Combination Semi-Tetradic.  You never know, if it fits in the DSP Stack patterns, I may come back with a full Tetradic Color Scheme that includes Bermuda Bay and Daffodil Delight with the other two colors.

I used the retired Daffodil Delight 5/8” Satin Ribbon to create the yellow stripe behind the Bermuda Bay 1/8” Stitched Ribbon.  You can replicate this by tinting the Gold 5/8” Satin Ribbon with the Daffodil Delight Classic Ink Refill and some alcohol.  You may want to bleach the Gold Ribbon a little first.  Let it dry thoroughly before you start tinting.

Fast Fuse Adhesive makes a great anchor for the Satin Ribbon.  Cut the Ribbon about 2” longer than the card front layer and wrap it around to the back.  Run strips of the Adhesive along both sides so you get a firm hold.  The Silicone Craft Sheet is handy to use when you apply the Fast Fuse to the Ribbon so that nothing sticks to your work surface.

I tied a bow with the 1/8” Ribbon and let one end trail across the card front.  The easiest way to hold the narrower Ribbon and place its trailing end is with Glue Dots.  You’ll need to fold the Glue Dot in half so it doesn’t show around the Ribbon.

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Lining Up Diagonal Cuts with the Stampin’ Trimmer

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This card inspired me to write about how to line up diagonal cuts with the Stampin’ Trimmer Paper Cutter & Scorer (126889).  We made it at my Holiday party in December.  Everyone who RSVP’d, whether they were attending or not, received a free tutorial of the card.

There are a couple of methods to use to make diagonal cuts with the Stampin’ Trimmer:

  • Mark the start point and end point with a pencil, then line up the dots with the center of the cutting groove and cut. You may want to use Washi Tape to hold the paper or card stock in place – it’ll remove easily when you’re done.
  • Stamp your image in the center of the card stock or paper. Line up the edges of the image with one of the straight lines on the paper holder of the Trimmer. 

In the sample, I lined up the farthest edge of the image with the line that was about 1/4” away.  I did the same for both sides.  Then I used scissors to cut off the excess after I aligned it with the background.

If you need an answer to any question about the Stampin’ Trimmer or any other product or tool, feel free to comment below or e-mail me at mary@3amstamper.com I’ll send you the answer and do a post about it.  If you need your answer right away, you may always contact my Help Desk at 3amstamperhelp@gmail.com Just make your subject line the product or tool, such as Stampin’ Trimmer.

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Paper Pumpkin Special for Sale-A-Bration

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Cupcake Ferris Wheel Card

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My inspiration for this Cupcake Ferris Wheel Card was the patterns and colors in the Cupcakes & Carousels Designer Series Paper StackYou get 12 different patterns, 4 sheets each, that use Bermuda Bay, Calypso Coral, Early Espresso, Peekaboo Peach, So Saffron and Very Vanilla in the designs.  All of the colors together create a Complementary Plus Color Scheme, but I didn’t want to use all the colors.  I chose Calypso Coral and Peekaboo Peach for my card.

Calypso Coral is from the Red-Orange Color Group and Peekaboo Peach is from the Orange Color GroupThese colors are side-by-side, which makes the Color Scheme AnalogousThe Very Vanilla, Basic Gray and Early Espresso are Neutrals and so have no effect on the type of color scheme.

I wanted a warm, soft look and a flat, easy-to-mail (no extra postage) card.  This design is good for birthdays or congratulations, or other celebrations.  The greeting is shadow-stamped with Basic Gray on top of Calypso CoralActually, the Calypso Coral was a little too light against the background, so I over-stamped with Basic GrayIt didn’t line up exactly, so I got shadow-stamping.  That’s my story and I’m sticking to it!  The cool thing about shadow-stamping is that it camouflages a variety of what some call errors.  I call them artistic impressions.

Other uses for this color combination are baby and bridal showers, baby and bridal greetings, get well soon, thinking of you and thank you cards.  It’s nice for the baby and bridal themes of Scrapbook pages, too.

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Real Life Color Coach LogoDid you know I have the Real Life Color Coach Hotline at 3amRLCC@gmail.com you may contact at any time?  And I will answer you directly via e-mail as well as posting the answers here.  The Hotline is perfect if you have questions about Calypso Coral, Peekaboo Peach, Analogous Color Schemes, creating color combinations for other cards or pages, the content of any of the Real Life Color Coach articles, or other crafting color-related issues.

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Organizing Your Card Stock

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Here are a few tips on Organizing Your Card Stock.  I’m showing you how I organize my supply.

I keep my Card Stock organized by color name and color collection.  In my “studio” or work space, I have about a half-package of each color stored in magazine files with dividers.  I store the rest of my supply in folders in a filing cabinet.  The filing cabinet is an easy way to let me see what I’m needing to order and to let me refill my working supply.

I also prepare a supply of card bases and card layers.  I store the card bases in envelopes or folders that fit the card base size.  I have accordion file envelopes for my 8-1/2” x 5-1/2” pieces and file folders for my 4-1/4” x 11” pieces.  These are also sorted by color collection.

My card layers are stored in a file box.  These are 5-1/2” x 4-1/4” pieces of card stock which I can cut down to layer size, depending upon my design.  I separated each of the Neutral colors with dividers, but the other colors get to stay in their collections.  The dividers take up too much room to separate each color by name.  The Neutrals can blend together, so keeping each one separate makes them easier to use.

If you need an answer to any question about Organizing Your Card Stock or any other technique, product or tool, feel free to comment below or e-mail me at mary@3amstamper.comI’ll send you the answer and do a post about it.  If you need your answer right away, you may always contact my Help Desk at 3amstamperhelp@gmail.comJust make your subject line the technique, product or tool, such as Organizing Card Stock.

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Celebrate with a Hot Air Balloon Card

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Hot Air Balloons always tell me the weather’s good and it’s time to celebrate.  In my home town, Hot Air Balloons abound during Spring right through to Fall.  It’s common to see several in the air at one time while Wine Country festivals are going on!

The new Lift Me Up Bundle includes the stamp set and a set of Up & Away Thinlits™ Dies.  I particularly like the intricate balloon die which I used to make the Bermuda Bay overlay.  I applied strips of Tear & Tape Adhesive to the back of the card stock before I die-cut the balloon, so it needed two or three trips through the Big Shot™ to make sure everything cut through.  This includes using the Big Shot™ Precision Base Plate, which usually allows you to die-cut only once.  I used eight strips of adhesive, but you really only need one across the top, one across the bottom and two or three in between.  Tape savings is something to celebrate and you don’t have to spend a whole lot of time removing the backing.

I made a stencil when I die-cut the detailed balloon and used it to trace a solid shape on a piece of Very Vanilla Card Stock.  I used Markers to color stripes across the shape, then adhered the detailed balloon and cut around the outside edge.

The colors I used were So Saffron, from the Yellow-Orange Color Group; Pool Party, from the Blue-Green Color Group, which is the same Color Group as Bermuda Bay; Peekaboo Peach, from the Orange Color Group; and Calypso Coral, from the Red-Orange Color GroupBermuda Bay and Pool Party are Complements to Calypso Coral and Calypso Coral is Analogous with Peekaboo Peach and So SaffronThe whole Color Combination could be either Complementary Plus or Analogous Plus, but I decided on Complementary Plus because Bermuda Bay is really the main color.  In any case, I was having fun!

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Did you know you can also qualify for Stampin’ Rewards from Stampin’ Up!® if your order product total exceeds $150.  Also remember that you may select a free Sale-A-Bration item with every $50 you order through March 31st.  Just click on the Order Online Button in the right sidebar or on any of the product links in this article to order what you need to make your own Hot Air Balloon Celebration Cards.

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12 Weeks of Sale-A-Bration Getting Underway

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Have you Heard Any Adult Conversation Lately?

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Do you feel like you’re surrounded by nothing but kids all the time?  Would you like to hear some adult conversation once in a while, but you just can’t seem to fit it in?  Why not think about owning your own stamping business?

As a Stampin’ Up!® Independent Demonstrator, you run a home-based business on your own schedule.  You can schedule your own stamping events, which let you gather your friends to paper-craft and enjoy adult conversation together, and you get to interact with fellow Demonstrators, who also provide adult conversation… including business tips.  Besides that, you get paid for it!

So, if you need to take a break to have some adult conversation, you can schedule it at your convenience.  And, as I said before, you’ll get paid!  This will make it easier and more of a priority to work into your schedule, because you know you’ll be bringing in extra cash to the household

Have you thought about owning your own stamping business?  Wouldn’t it be great to enjoy adult conversation regularly, share your talents and pick up some extra cash as well?  Click on the Join My Team Button in the sidebar to see some ideas.  You can also see more in the Owning Your Own Business menu above.  If you have questions or would like to find out more, give me a call at (707) 695-3571, or e-mail me at mary@3amstamper.com.  I’d love to chat with you about my business and talk about what the possibilities can be for YOU!

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Pretty Pines Joy Card

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I posted my Pretty Pines Joy Card on my blog when I wished you a Merry Christmas a few weeks ago.  Since some people are celebrating 12th Night or the Feast of the Epiphany today, I thought I’d post how to make it.

I’m pleased to report that only the stamp set and the designer series paper have been retired from the 2016 Holiday Catalog!  Everything else on this list is still available!!  You’ll be able to easily find substitutes for the greeting and the Framelits™ have a wide variety of sizes included in the package to fit it.

The Presents & Pinecones Designer Series Paper is a fun bunch of designs – but they always retire the DSP, so you’ll need to find a substitute.  There are some nice patterns in the This Christmas Specialty Designer Series Paper (141628) which will substitute well.  Use one sheet for the envelope and the background of your card.

Pine needles and cones generally say “Winter” to me, but pine trees are an evergreen, so they’re good all year!  The cones are at their largest and fullest during the Fall and Winter, after their work is done.  The cones can come in a variety of colors, but I used Early Espresso here.  I also accented it with Copper Foil and a colored Rhinestone Jewel just for fun.  Note: to color the Rhinestone, use a tiny drop of ink refill and a drop of alcohol mixed together.

The Pretty Pines Thinlits™ Dies come in three sizes of pine needle and two sizes of cones.  There are three styles of detailed cone overlay dies, two for one size and one for the other.  This gives you a lot of options when making an evergreen embellishment!

I’ve got a handy tip for you when you want to adhere the overlay to the die-cut.  Before you cut the overlay, apply three or four strips of Tear & Tape Adhesive to the back of the material you’re using.  I used the hole in the Early Espresso Card Stock piece as my pattern and traced lightly on the back of the Copper Foil.  I put the adhesive just over the edges of the outline, leaving room for die-cutting, but not going overboard.  This technique gives you an easy and mess-free way to attach the detailed overlays without having any ooze or webs as with other adhesive.  You still cut the card stock face up, so make sure your Tear & Tape is on the back.  I lift off the liner with the points of the Paper Snips, but you could also use the Paper Piercing Tool.

The pine needles can be cut from multiple shades of Green, Yellow-Green and Blue-Green.  You can also use one color and sponge the ends with another.  I just used a Glue Dot to adhere the leaves together at the base, then attached the whole stack to the card front with a Stampin’ Dimensional.  I’ll be showing you some different color combinations in the coming months, so check back.

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Did you know you can also qualify for Stampin’ Rewards from Stampin’ Up!® if your order product total exceeds $150.  Also remember that you may select a free Sale-A-Bration item with every $50 you order through March 31st.  Just click on the Order Online Button in the right sidebar or on any of the product links in this article to order what you need to make your own Pretty Pines Greeting Cards.

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Year-End Clearance Sale Ends Today

 

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The last day to take advantage of the Year-End Clearance Sale from Stampin’ Up!® is TODAY: January 3, 2017.  The sale and includes Clearance Rack, Holiday Catalog Retiring Items and high inventory items.  There are hundreds of items, so I won’t be listing them with direct links. 

Instead, I’ll give you the 2016 Holiday Catalog Retiring List for you to download.  You’ll notice that the Bundles are retiring, even though the products comprising them will still be available.  My heartbreakers include the Jar of Cheer and Jar of Haunts Stamp Sets.  I just love them.  Plus, they both coordinate with the Jar of Love Stamp Set (141587) and the Everyday Jars Framelits™ Dies (141490).

Today is also the last day to order from the 2016 Holiday Catalog.  Very few items are going to be carried over, so the sooner you order, the better.  All items are now only available while supplies last.

Did you know you can also qualify for Stampin’ Rewards from Stampin’ Up!® if your order product total exceeds $150.  Just click on the Order Online Button in the right sidebar or on any of the links in this article to order what you need to take advantage of the Year End Clearance.

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A New Special Free Gift is On Its Way Next Week!

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I like to send my subscribers free gifts every so often to show my appreciation.  In one week, they’ll be getting another!  If you’d like to get in on this latest special free gift, all you have to do is join my Mailing List!  To sign up, just fill in the form at right!  You’ll receive a thank you e-mail in your inbox.  Be sure to click the link in the e-mail to get your two free bonus tutorials just for signing up!

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