For this size envelope, cut your designer paper to 2-1/2" x 6".
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Now it's time to use some of that beautiful designer papers to dress up your envelopes and send that wow presentation through the mail!
It's time to be sending virtual hugs through the mail with our handmade cards and other projects!
Don't know about you but crafting makes me super happy! Aren't we blessed to have a hobby that can occupy our time and spread joy to others?
The following two projects were created on my Facebook LIVE on Ink and Inspirations with Lisa Brown. The posting here is a bit delayed due to my slow internet in these times. I've been waiting quite a spell for the uploads to take place so that the video to be shared here. By all means, no complaints just a little explanation for why the posting here at Ink and Inspirations aren't as timely as usual.;)
Here is the card that you are going to love to re-create...
Two cards like the one above were put in the mail today!
Here's an Easter treat wrap that can be easily mailed in a bubble mailer. :)
Here's the recording, and somewhat edited version, of these two projects.
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Today's project and video tutorial is a handmade card and punch tip using the Above the Clouds Bundle from the Stampin' Up! Annual Catalog.
As mentioned in this video, this stamp set and coordinating punch was so appealing to me with this sentiment alone! It is the reason that I purchased this bundle. Is that ever the case for you? Does a stamp set make it to your "wish list" because it contains a sentiment that you know you'll use over and over? This is what draws me to many of the stamp sets that I've purchased for my collection.
You will notice that this card has a clean design and can be assembled easily. Let's take a look at the how-to video tutorial!
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Have a great day and I hope you enjoyed today's Above the Clouds cardmaking video tutorial!
Knowing you are as busy or busier as we are in the days leading up to Christmas, here's a fun and easy craft idea that you can do with your little ones that will take a few minutes and yet bring lots of joy!
Most kids love candy canes! Here's a candy cane reindeer made with some Stampin' Up! products. Watch the video then get started!
Here are the Stampin' Up! supplies used for this project...
Here's the how-to video tutorial for this project. Let me know if you're going to make some...I'd love to know!
Lisa's Inklings: -Gather Together DSP 4" x 4”. -You will need small pieces or scraps of the other card stock colors for stamping/punching. -Place Tear & Tape along two adjoining edges on the side of the paper that will not show. -Leave open until filled with treats.
Here is the Stampin' Up! product supply list for this card. Just click the links to shop! I would be honored to be your Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.
When you shop the Online Store and your order is $35 or more before shipping and tax, be sure to use the Host Code, MW3XJNSV,to receive a FREE gift from me! If your order totals, $150 or more before shipping and tax, no need to use the code. You will earn Stampin' Rewards from Stampin' Up! and I will still send your gift!
If you enjoy adding a handcrafted personal touch to your Thanksgiving table, try this table favor idea to add to your family and friends fun!
If you are just getting started in cardmaking or enjoy simple stamping with minimal supplies, this cardmaking project will appeal to just about everyone who enjoys the craft.
Using stamps, ink, and paper you can create beautiful cards. Those of us who have a few (ahem!) items to use when cardmaking may sometimes find it a challenge to use minimal supplies. But, as you'll see with this card, it's easy and fun and enables all of us to make the most of even a few minutes of crafting time.
Let's take a look at the video tutorial...
Card base is cut 5-1/2" x 8-1/2".
Very Vanilla for the outside is cut 1-1/2" x 5-1/4". For the inside, cut to 4" x 5-1/4".
World Card Making Day is this Saturday, October 5th, and we will celebrate in style!
Tune in to Ink and Inspirations with Lisa Brown on Facebook! I will be going LIVE with card making projects several times during the day! (10:00AM, 11:00 AM, 1:00 PM, 2:00 PM-Central Time) If you can't make the LIVE broadcasts or you are not on Facebook...not to worry! I will post the projects on my blog throughout the next week!
Place an order of $50 or more (before shipping and tax) through my online store anytime between October 1-7, 2019 using the October Host Code:J2WE7TKD, and I will send you a package of the Holiday Rhinestones Basic Jewels (p.58 in the Holiday Catalog) and you will be entered into a drawing for some fun prizes in celebration of World Card Making Day. Of course, you may also call or email your order! Winners will be announced on October 8th! Important: If your order totals $150 or more before shipping and tax, you will earn Stampin' Rewards from Stampin' Up! and I will still send your free gift and you will be entered into the drawing!
Thank you for tuning in for today's simple stamping card making project and I hope to "see" you on Facebook this Saturday for World Card Making Day!
I can't wait to share these with my grands! Shop now so you can create and have early learners and wiggle worms, too! Just click on the links below to be taken to my online store. I will be honored to serve as your Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.
***Limited time! Place an order of $50 or more in my online store by 11:00 PM Central on Tuesday evening, August 13, 2019, and you'll get the embellishments shown above AND pick one of my retired embossing folders to add to your collection!
Today's project is a DIY back-to-school gift project that can be given to students or teachers. Highlighted on this one is the Wiggle Worm Bundle  that is so adorable and from the Stampin' Up! Annual Catalog. Take a look at the cute images and versatile sayings! Teachers, how special would these be on your students' desks on any morning during the school year!
This little pouch idea was used for a different kind of treat HERE. It is so easy and can be used for different gifts!
Want to see the process? Here's the video tutorial for you!
Here are the projects that were used in today's video:
Who's going to try to make this little bag? Think beyond Halloween! It would make a sweet little Christmas gift bag. Try putting your on style and touches on this little ghost bag that's our Week 7 for the 12 Weeks of 2018 Halloween.
Today's project is an easy treat wrap that would be great for craft fairs or Fall Festivals. Designed to hold a small bag of candy or candy bar such as a Kit Kat, this can be made elaborate or clean and simple.
The supplies used here are from the current Stampin' Up! Annual Catalog. Let's take a look at the video tutorial below.
You can also see the video HERE on my YouTube Channel. While you're there, be sure to subscribe!
Cut designer paper to 3" x 12".
You'll need a piece of Blackberry Bliss to punch a 2 1/4" circle.
You'll need a 3" x 3" piece of Whisper White to punch at 2" circle for stamping and a 1/2" x 3" piece for your sentiment.
Cut a piece of Cajun Craze to 1/2" x 3" and trim as shown to back your sentiment.
Below, see the Stampin' Up! Supplies for this project. If you do not have a Stampin' Up! demonstrator, I would be honored and grateful for you to order through my Online Store. Click HERE or the links below.
With tomorrow being the Fourth of July, our nation's birthday here in the U.S., here's a last minute party favor idea for your fun gatherings!
This paper crafting treat wrap is super easy and fun! You probably have some supplies on hand that will work perfectly. Tucked inside of these are cinnamon stick candies but you could use anything long and slender. For an outdoor celebration, you could have sparklers wrapped this way...If you're in an area that allows fireworks. Please be careful!
Here's the how-to video tutorial:
Cut at 4 1/2" x 2" piece of designer series paper.
Score at 1/2" on 2" side.
Insert "treat" and wrap around to check the fit.
Apply Tear & Tape close to the edge of the paper of the 1/2" score.
Tape two ends together allowing enough room to insert "treat".
Tie coordinating ribbon around wrap.
Stamp on Whisper White. Punch with circle punch and and additional circle with a larger punch. Adhere together.
Pierce a hole through tag with Paper Piercer and attach to ribbon with Linen Thread.
Here is the Stampin' Up! Product List used for today's project:
Some crafty folks see fussy cutting as tedious work but I love to do it when chatting on the phone or watching TV. This paper is awesome with these fun and colorful animal images for birthdays especially for the young folk! You'll see in today's video tutorial my process of putting this card together. (Excuse my headset cord! I'll work on controlling that in future videos!)
Let's take a look at the video...
Click here to see this birthday card video tutorial on You Tube.