Good Morning! I've been asked by quite a few to show directions on how I made the little hand sanitizers I had on yesterday's post. Though I would love to do this with a video, I'm yet not ready to do that so I will show you in pictures and hopefully you'll get the idea. I saw this idea quite awhile ago and I can't remember where right off hand, but here goes and then at the bottom of the post I'll share some of the other ones I made as well.
Well I need to get going. I've got lots to get accomplished yet before I head to the hunting lodge today.
Check out the new holiday supplement. It is something new this year. Items are only while supplies last so don't miss out. You can see it HERE and if you'd like a hard copy I have some on hand as well. Just let me know and I'll get you one.
Well I know I've been missing a few days, but now it's time to catch up again. I've really been working my business and last week was extremely busy for me. I had a workshop on Monday and then worked at getting everything ready to go to the scrapbooking retreat. It was a wonderful weekend and it was such a blessing to see how God let it all come together for his good. The speakers were wonderful and was just what I needed. Teaching make and takes and helping those who needed help with other things was a good time as well. Overall just a great weekend. I wanted to share a couple things with you that I made and had for sale on my table and then as the week progresses I can get pics taken and share other things as well.
I made this notebook using the clear mount stamp cases that Stampin'Up! sells. If you are interested in purchasing this notebook I have one and it is $6.50. Inside is a mini type legal pad with a pen. These make great gifts and are also nice to carry in your purse because they are well protected. Contact me if you would like to purchase one.
Here are a couple of hand sanitizer gifts. I use Bath and Body Works sanitizers in them. I sold all but two of them this weekend. I can always take orders though if you are interested. Makes a nice little gift.
Here are this weeks weekly deals. Let me know if you would like to order any of them or you can also order directly from my STORE
Here is a video on an awesome kit that is available today. Check it out and let me know if you'd like to order. I will be placing an order today. I will also update you later on my weekend and some new stuff.
Well it's only Tuesday and somehow it seems like it's already been long. I had a doctor appointment yesterday and then had to have some blood drawn today so I've been to the hospital twice this week so maybe that is why I feel like it's already been a long week. I'm busy working towards getting ready for Bay Shore's scrapbooking/stamping retreat this weekend. At the moment it seems like I might not make it, but it always comes together.
I had a party last night and I wanted to share the two make and takes we made. This first one was a change at the last minute after I saw the card that my SU demo friend Dawn made.
Is this not the cutest? The minute Dawn posted it I knew I had to make it and have it be our make and take for last night. Love it!!! Thanks so much Dawn for letting me case it. The stamp set is Four Feathers and has matching Framelits. You can purchase it in a bundle for $20.25 in clear mount 137630 or for $22.75 in wood mount 137629. You will find the bundle in the Holiday catalog.
This is the other one. This new set Seasonally Scattered in the Holiday Mini is such a nice set. It's a 3 piece set that says, Thanks, Merry and Love. We used the Trim the Tree DSP stack and added some of the Frosted Embellishments to make it pop. The base of the card is Pistachio Pudding and the red is Cherry Cobbler.
It is a beautiful Fall Saturday here in the Thumb of Michigan. It's a brisk 52º, but the sun is shinning. The sun shinning always makes a difference. I will be heading out to the hunting lodge shortly since today is opening day for duck hunting season. I'll be making supper for tonight and I'll have my little sissy Chele helping me. We always have fun together.
Here is a Christmas card for you today. I wanted to make a round card and this is what I came up with.
If you'd like more details on this please feel free to ask. Have a great day!
In a way the week has been short, but yet long. Ever have those kind of weeks? I've been trying to fit a lot of things in and get a lot of things done before I go to my three day scrapbooking & stamping retreat next week. It's not really a retreat for me per-say because I will be working most of the time I'm there, since I am a vendor for the weekend, but I do enjoy myself while I'm there. Today I've been working on things I will have for sale at the event, but wanted to stop for a bit and share a couple of things I made earlier in the week.
I made this cute little ensemble using the Joy framelit from the Wonderful Wreath Framelits. I used the Silver Foil paper and applied some of the Adhesive sheets to it and then cut it out with the framelit. I then was able to adhere it to the clear bulb. I took some 1/2" strips of the Trim the Tree DSP stack and curled them around my Paper Piercing tool and popped them into the ornament. I then tied on some Cherry Cobbler 1" Sheer Linen Ribbon and it was good to go. So very easy to make and then while I was at it I had to make a card to match. I am extra pleased with the Cherry Cobbler ribbon. It really is nice and sturdy. The stars are punched using the Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack. I think this would make a nice little co-worker gift or for when you need that little something to give to someone special.
Here's wishing you a great weekend!