Creating, Creating and more Creating!

Creating, Creating and more Creating!

We have some extra cute goodies that will be available in the new Idea Book & Catalog that comes out in June.  The great news is that Stampin’ Up! is letting us order a few of them in April!  Included is in these items is the Bright Blossoms stamp set (the flower shown here) and the Summer Smooches DSP which you see pictured here.  In April I’ll have more information on all the goodies you can purchase early!

I have to admit, I did not create this card.  I received it in the mail from one of my upline members, Connie.  What a fun handmade card to receive in the mail!  (It doesn’t matter how many cards I make myself, I still love to receive some in the mail!)  I just received my copies of the stamp set and DSP yesterday so I can’t wait to get to creating with them!

As the title of this post implies, I’ve been very busy creating this week!  When the week began, my calendar looked fairly open.  Ha!  That changed quickly!  Want to see what I’ve been working on?

One task was to finish this set of 24 Baby Boy Shower Invitation Cards.  We made these in a Card Class at the Mason Dixon Library about a year ago.  I think these are great for baby boys!  24 onesies cut by hand, 24 baby quilts and 144 brads later – these are still fun cards!

Yesterday I tackled the task of making 30 Tea for Two packets like this as a special order for someone.  I used the Tea Shoppe stamp set and Elements of Style stamp set along with Melon Mambo, Basic Gray and Whisper White colors.

There have been a few other projects too but we’ll leave those for now and perhaps share them another day.

Have you been creating lately?  Today would be a wonderful day to pull out those stamps and paper and get to creating!

Comments

  1. Beautiful creations, Becky 🙂

  2. Speaking of “CREATING”, it looks like you have been very creative and this one is an excellent one. The “TEA FOR TWO”, is very dainty and inviting.

  3. I like the card very much. And those baby dressers are too adorable for words! (What a lot of work!)

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