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Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Boy we had so much fun playing paper dolls!


Saturday was my Build a Bear workshop. We all made wonderful toys for little ones! We had so much fun it reminded me of playing with paper dolls when I was little. tomorrow i will show you some of the out fits we made. Above is a picture of my friend Mary and the mittens she made!



Here is the close up isn't it just too cute! My next work shop will be a Stamp a stack on November 21 if you are interested just


Thanks for looking
virginia

Monday, October 26, 2009

Make your Christmas Cards Stunning



Want to add some bling to your projects, stamp in several shimmery shades of champagne, white and platinum!

Supplies you will need:

· Shimmer paint from Stampin’ Up!

· Sponge Daubers

· Dark Card stock

· Rubber stamps

Directions:

  1. Shake bottle of Shimmer Paint make sure to do at least ten shakes
  2. Open the lid and dab a sponge dauber into paint that is inside the lid
  3. Apply shimmer paint direct to rubber image and stamp


Shimmer Paint you can find it in the Holiday Mini catalog, pg 27



#116806, Champagne Mist, $5.95, #116864, Frost White, $5.95 #116807, Platinum, $5.95


Click here to shop now

Monday, October 19, 2009

Buid a bear mittens

Aren't these just the cutest! They were so easy to make with my build a bear die

I wipped up these mitten in 10 minutes one of the easiest projects ever! If you come to my build a bear workshop you can make one too!
Isn't Cloe so cute she was soooo excited to be my hand model!

My workshop will be this Saturday
Saturday October 24
11:00 AM to 2:00 PM
4168 Bussey rd, Syracuse NY

Today I’m sharing with you a class project that I will be offering next Saturday to kick off the new The Build-A-Bear Dies & Stamps Sets from the Holiday Mini Catalog which is only offered through Stampin Up! When making the tin I was thinking you could Build-A-Bear (get it). You can take the tin with you on the go in the car, have it at home or even give it as a really cute birthday gift.

In this class you will make a cute little bear, with at least 3 outfits, several accessories, as well as a costume for your personalized Build A Bear! Your little one can have hours of fun dressing and accessorizing their own build a bear. Because all the parts are magnetized they will stay neat as can be in the tin that holds the project. It makes a great gift or toy for the little one in your life. You can personalize the front of the tin with your choice of name as well as make the toy for a boy or a girl. Class cost is $25.00 ($20.00 for stamp ten members)includes all material described above and a coupon for $5.00 for any purchases made on the day of the class.
Please call 315 492 4576 limited space so call today or email me at vkillmore@gmail.com!

Sunday, October 18, 2009

A Witch for My Stamp Ten Classes!

A few weeks ago I showed you a card made by my friend Maria, it was a witch similar to this one. Well everyone liked her so much we made one this month at the stamp ten classes in my studio. My version was a card and started with a top note card front. You can create a card by folding the card stock in half and placing folded edge slightly below the cutting edge of the die. Run it through the big shot and you you have a top note shaped card!


Supplies

Paper- Whisper white, Basic black, Pumpkin Pie, Old Olive
Ink- Pumpkin Pie, Old Olive
Accessories-Stamping dimensionals, Daubers, top note die, Small oval, 1/4, 1, 1/1/4, circle punches, filigree and fire brads, White siglo pen, stamping journaler

  1. Cut 2 Pumpkin Pie Top note sections as well as one Old olive, and Basic Black
  2. Cut one Pumpkin Pie length wise, cut the other horizontally for the bangs,
  3. Cut out triangles to create hair then using a dauber color all the edges of the Pumpkin pie sections with the same color ink.
  4. Using your punches cut a 1 1/4,and 1/4 circle as well as a oval from the Old Olive top section of the top note cutout.
  5. Cut the larger Old Olive circle in half and using a dauber color the edges of all Old Olive pieces.
  6. Cut the Basic back top note length wise and round the squared edges.
  7. Cut a triangle out of scrap Basic Black
  8. Assemble the hat and insert filigree and fire brad for a decorative look
  9. Assemble all facial features and using dimensional secure to face. I find it best to put it all together with the backing on the dimensional so I can get an idea of the best layout glue it all together and add a sentiment to the inside! enjoy
Thanks for looking Virginia

Thursday, October 08, 2009

Easiest Christmas card Ever

Such an easy card with the bigshot and our new punch!

Card Stock Whisper White card stock 11 x 4 ¼, scrap white

Real Red card stock 4 x 5 ¼

Red Flocked DSP

Stamps All holidays

Ink Real Red

Accessories Oval and Ornament punches, Silver elastic cord, Crop a dile, stamping dimensionals



Tuesday, October 06, 2009

Stamp A stack Card

Another beauty from convention this card was designed by Elaine Carter.

Cardstock Whisper White card stock 8 ½ x 5 ½,

Bashful blue card stock 4 x 5 ¼, 2 x 5

Stamp sets Gifts of Christmas,

Inks Not Quite Navy, Night of Navy

Accessories Silver Brads, 3 flower punch, Texture plate, Top note die, Night of Navy ribbon



Monday, October 05, 2009

A Christmas Card!

Another card from my stamp a stack!

I saw a similar card at convention and was mesmerized with the concept of creating a wreath from the pine bough of the autumn days stamp set! Because I never met the artist I set about figuring out how to making it . It really was not that hard I started with stamping the sentiment in the center of the card stock. I then made a mask/template with a large oval punch and a post it note. I then drew six lines to guide me as I stamped so the pine boughs were evenly spaced. I then use a Always Artichoke stampin write marker to filling any pine needles needed to create a full wreath. Lastly I colored over the pine cones with Creamy Carmel and Soft Suede stampin Write markers

Supplies

Very Vanilla cardstock 5 ½ x 8 ½, 3 ½ x 4

Real Red Scrap and 5 3/8 X 4 1/8

Kraft 5 ¼ x 4

Real red ribbon, and small piece of red check ribbon

Punch Photo corner




Friday, October 02, 2009

A witch like no other!

I received this witch at convention from my friend Maria Lemo! Isn't she wickedly adorable!
We will be making her at the October stamp ten groups so I will wait to tell you the directions in early next month. But just wanted you to see How stink'in cute the witch is. Thanks Maria!

Thanks for Looking Virginia!

Thursday, October 01, 2009

Another Christmas Card


The Idea for this card came from a card I saw at convention. This was one of six cards we made for my stamp a stack last weekend.

Supplies
Paper - Real Red, Whisper White, Brocade Blue, Bashful Blue
Ink - Real Red, Night of Navy
Stamps - Wandering Words
Accessories - Dazzling Diamonds glitter, Real Red grosgrain ribbon, 2 way glue pen 1 3/8 circle punch