Showing posts with label pleased as punch. Show all posts
Showing posts with label pleased as punch. Show all posts

Wednesday, March 4, 2020

So Inviting - Pleased As Punch Facebook Live Mini Class

Hello everyone, it's time for this weeks Facebook Live Mini Class!  This week I am going to share with you three projects featuring the So Inviting Stamp Set Set from the  January - June Mini Catalog and the Pleased As Punch Designer Series Paper (a Coordinating Product Release Product).



Saleabration is Stampin' Up!'s biggest Sale of the year; where you get rewarded with free items based on your orders.  There are two different levels as the last few year.

During this weeks Facebook Live Mini Class I am going to be making three projects with you to get you ready for any Birthday Party.  I decided to use the new So Inviting stamp sets in this mini class, which is featured in My So Inviting Invitations Class.  I just love everything about this stamp set and I 've waited a long time for a set that would allow me to create custom invitations and thank you cards and more for a party or event.

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 In case you've never joined me for Facebook Live, I go live every week, (typically on Wednesday at 8:00 pm CST) on my Facebook business page with one to three projects.  On the second Wednesday of the month I will be doing my Facebook Live mini Class at 4 pm CST due to scheduling conflict.  Everyone is welcome to join!

If you were unable to join me live I will have uploaded the video here afterwards.  If you are viewing this post by email you may have to click here to see the video.


This Week's Projects: 

One of the first things you have to do when you are going to have a party or event is you have to send out invitations, right!  Well, what's better than making your own with the So Inviting Stamp Set.  So that's the first thing we are going to do.  We need an invitation to send out so I used the Pleased As Punch DSP and the So Inviting Stamp Set to create a fun invite that would work for any occasion.  And with the help of the Happy Birthday To You Stamp Set (SAB item) it was super easy to make a fun Birthday Themed Invite.  



So once the invites are created and mailed we are going to need a little party favor for our guests right?  So I used some of the products from the January-June Mini Catalog and created a quick and easy party favor so everyone could have a little something to take home.


Now that the party is over and we have received some wonderful gifts!  It's time to make a few Thank you cards and send out thanking everyone for coming and to thank the people that sent or brought gifts.  So I used the same stamp set and DSP and did just that.



  You can check the PDF for the measurements.  

**All of the details for today's three 
projects can be found on the 
project sheets here. ** 

They have all the products I used and measurements for each project.

***Remember, if you put in an order ($40 minimum before taxes and shipping) by 
Monday, March 9th, 2020 at midnight, 
I'll send you all three make and takes for free! 
But, your order MUST be in by Monday at midnight!! 
You must use Host/Hostess Code 3GMWAD27 .


If you are interested in learning how to make more invitations there's still time to sign up for my So, Inviting Online Class.  Deadline is March 13, 2020.  Read more about the class and signup here.  

Join my NEW Online Technique & Fancy Fold Club!  You can find out all the details by clicking here!

Last day to sign up for my Monthly Card Club by March 20, 2020!  Sign up and learn more about Card club by clicking here!  March's featured stamp set is the Memorable Mosaic; and we will be poppin like mad with a great time learning something new.  Stamps sets are not included in the club but may be purchased using the host code as an add on.  Or you may use something you already own.

Receive the March Creative Stampers Tutorial Bundle with any size order!  Features 14 projects designed by Stampin' Up! demonstrators from around the world.  This month we all featuring different floral themed projects.

Have you thought about joining my monthly card club.  Learn more about this fun budget friendly way to create fun projects for all occasions.
Do you have a blog? Do you love to create fun projects?  Do you love to take part in creative challenges?  Join me over at The Spot for my weekly Creative Challenges.  You never know your project my just hit the spot and be picked as this weeks winner.  There's still time to join in the fun.  Click here and check out this weeks creative challenge.  

Monday, February 10, 2020

Kylie's Monthly Training Team Blog Hop: Layered With Kindness Friendship Card

Welcome back to my blog:  This is my second post for today, and I am back for Kylie's Demonstrator Training Blog Hop.  You will be able to see projects from all over during the hop.  So, I know that you will have a wonderful time.  For my project for the hop I created a super cute card that uses the Layered with Kindness Stamp Set and the Pleased as Punch Designer Series Paper that I shared earlier today with you.  Here's a look at the Friendship card I made.

Layered With Kindness:  

Create quick tags and greeting cards with graceful greetings from the Layered with Kindness Stamp Set. Stamp flowers and leaves for a finishing touch.  This is a Distinktive** stamp set; it has a special texture that gives added depth and dimension in a single step, creating photo-realistic images. **Patent pending  For the front of my card I used the  For My Friend sentiment stamped in Petal Pink ink.  I then punched it out with the Label Me Fancy Punch.  I then cut down my Petal Pink card base 4 1/4 x 11 and folded it in half to make my A2 size card base.  I cut down a piece of the Pleased as Punch Designer Series Paper (that's part of the Coordinating Product Release that's only available.  while supplies last or until March 31, 2020).  I matted the Designer Series paper onto a piece of Whisper White Cardstock before adding it to my card base.  
Dress up your paper crafts with the flowers, hearts, raindrops, and other patterns from the Pleased as Punch Designer Series Paper. Great card making paper, scrapbooking paper, and more.  I used more of the Pleased as Punch Designer Series Paper to punch out the small flowers you see above.  Images on one side of each sheet of the designer series paper matches one of the punches either from Saleabration or from the January - June Mini Catalog.  The small flowers match the Small Blossom punch from Saleabration.  One design matches the Heart Punch Pack, another matches the Umbrella Builder Punch, while the last coordinates with the Tulip Punch.  You can see that with all this coordination this pack a paper really packs a punch.  
To finish off my card I added a few of the Noble Peacock Rhinestones to each of the flowers.  If you are viewing this post on my wordpress site you will have to click here to view the blog roll.  

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Thanks for dropping bye If you need any of the supplies that you have seen today on my project you can pick them up in my online store by clicking on the item below in the shopping list.
Happy Stampin' 
Rick Adkins 



Join my team during Saleabration and you will get the super cute Mini Cutter and the DSP Sampler Pack free in your Starter Kit along with a Free Paper Pumpkin, Business Pack, a FREE Stamp Set of your Choice in addition to the $125 of product of your choice for $99.00 with Free Shipping.  That's $277.75 of products and supplies for only $99.00 (Price includes the Well Said Stamp Set (most expensive in catalog) plus 9% sales tax) 


Receive the February Creative Stampers Tutorial Bundle with any size order!  This month our tutorial bundle has 17 tutorials  featuring projects using Sale-a-bration Items!  

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Welcome To the World Little One - Welcome Easter

Hello and welcome to my blog; today I am going to share with you the card I made for Charles to send to a relative that me made a baby blanket for.  She's going to have a baby girl very very soon and he knitted her a super cute blanket.  So, he needed a super cute baby card to go along with it.  I used the Welcome Easter stamp set to create my card today.  Here's a look at my card.

I picked the Welcome Easter stamp set because it has such super cute images that can be used for not only Easter but for baby cards as well.  It also has a sentiment that's just perfect for a new baby.  I punched out three circles from the plaid pattern designer series paper from the Pleased as Punch Designer Series Paper.  I used a 2" circle punch for the top two and a 1 3/4" circle punch.  I layered the designer series paper on top of the whisper white cut 5 3/8 x 4 1/8.   I then traced the circles with a pencil lightly.  So that I knew where to stamp the super little creatures.
I stamped the three little creatures in tuxedo black.  I then colored each of them with my selected Stampin' Blends.  I started out by coloring the bunny with Crumb Cake, and I then colored the background of the circle with So Saffron.  I then colored the little lamb with Purple Posey and colored the background circle with Flirty Flamingo.  I added just a touch of the Rococo Rose blend to the bow tie, and crumb cake to the nose.  For the little chick I colored her in So Saffron, and Rococo Rose on the comb and pumpkin pie for the beak.  I colored the background of the circle in Purple Posey.  After that I added the designer series paper over the whisper white colored layered with a little liquid glue.
I added the card front to a Whisper White Thick Card base cut at 4 1/4 x 11 scored at 5 1/2.  I added the panel to the card front with Stampin' Dimensionals.  I then stamped the sentiment to the inside of the card with Petal Pink ink to match the outside.  I added a few Champagne Rhinestones to add just a little bling to the card.

Card Recipe: 

You can save this image to your Pinterest boards to remember the key items I used to make today's card.  Thanks for dropping bye today I will see you a little later today with another blog post for Kylie's Training blog hop.  If you need any of the supplies that I used today you can order them in my online store 24/7 by clicking on the items in the shopping list below. 
Happy Stampin' 
Rick Adkins 

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Join my team during Saleabration and you will get the super cute Mini Cutter and the DSP Sampler Pack free in your Starter Kit along with a Free Paper Pumpkin, Business Pack, a FREE Stamp Set of your Choice in addition to the $125 of product of your choice for $99.00 with Free Shipping.  That's $277.75 of products and supplies for only $99.00 (Price includes the Well Said Stamp Set (most expensive in catalog) plus 9% sales tax) 


Receive the February Creative Stampers Tutorial Bundle with any size order!  This month our tutorial bundle has 17 tutorials  featuring projects using Sale-a-bration Items!