Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Inspiration

So last week I got a ton of goodies from Stampin Up! Unfortunately I had to leave right away, so it took me a while to get into the swing of things, but once I did, I had so much fun!

New stamps, new ink, new paper, all very inspiring (don't even get me started on my new Big Shot!). Here's some of the goodies I made...

Gift tags with the Two Tags Die, Fabulous Phrases and A Fitting Occasion stamp sets. Oh, plus a little Dazzling Details!



This one uses the hostess set Mixed Medley as well. And some white embossing powder.


I used the same stamp set, as well as Confetti, to make a gift card holder. I liked it so much I made some Christmas themed ones as well using Jolly Bingo Bits, Teeny Tiny Wishes, and some of the Snow Festival DSP from the Holiday Mini Catalogue.





OK, on to cards! I made a couple of these sets of birthday cards with the 2012-2014 In Colours (and my free "Back to Spool" ribbon!). I looooove the Beautiful Birthday stamp, and the Argyle embossing folder is so lovely!




Some sympathy cards with more embossing (Elegant Bouquet and Designer Frames), the So Sorry set and some Itty Bitty Bits punches. Oh and bling, all cards need bling!



Perfect Pennants Punch, Pennant Parade stamps, 2011-2013 In Colours (including Lucky Limade bakers twine I got for free!) and the Petite Pairs birthday sentiments made this cute card.


More Petite Pairs, some more embossing and one of my favourite punches, just for good measure.


A Christmas card with Chock Full of Cheer, Perfect Polka Dots embossing and some more Gumball Green ribbon (gotta love free ribbon...).



Merry Mini stamps, the coordinating punches, a postage stamp punch and Petite Pairs sentiments make this card I CASEd from... someone... super simple.


The cuties from No Peeking made an appearance for these mini-cards... (more Designer Frames embossing folders and Teeny Tiny Wishes too).


Finally, I made these cute tags for colour samples. So handy to have! I don't have all the markers yet, so I haven't gotten that on all of them, and am still going to hole punch them to put them on a ring or string or something. The numbers along the bottom are the RGB values so that I can use my computer to make sentiments or graphics if I want (yay for having a graphic design education!).





That's all for now! Stay tuned for more crafty goodness!

4 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh.. you craft more in one week than I craft in a month! You are so CRAZY talented girl! Love all of these... tags are awesome!

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  2. i'm sure this will sound stupid to you but what does RBG mean and how do i apply it?

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    1. RGB values are Red Green Blue. The numbers are used in design programs to match colors so that they'll print how you expect! There's other systems as well, but RGB where the ones I found, so I used those.

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