Stamp Club for February will surely bring a smile to your face. We are making adorable frames with fabric that will be stuffed with fill for your needles or straight pins. Even if you aren't a seamstress everyone needs a needle from time to time or gift your frame to a friend. I will have LOTS of super cute fabric choices and paint for your frame color. Once finished with that, have fun adding sweet little embellishments to take it to the next level. Can't make the class? Let me know and I can make your frame for you! Class is Monday night, 2/18, 7:30-9pm and Tuesday morning, 2/19, 9:30-11am, pick the time that best suits you. Cost is $10 or order $15 worth of Stampin' Up! products. http://angieguy.stampinup.net
Yay! 2013 is here and it is time for a NEW stamp club to begin. I have switched up the rules so be sure and click on the STAMP CLUB link above to view the changes for this year. My goal is to be very accomodating. For January, we are going to concentrate on card making and learning the in's and out's. This is very similar to decorating a room in your house. I will be teaching how to pick colors, choose embellishments and what makes a great looking card. Hope you and a friend can join us!
We made this on the last day of December and it was a great way to end stamp club for 2012. I decided that everyone could use a cute 2013 calendar to keep up with birthday's. One of my many resolutions this year is to mail a homemade card to all of my friends and family so this is a great way to keep track of special days. I purchased the calendar sets from the Holiday catalog but I felt it needed some more pizzazz. Every card has some embellishments on them. This is cute, useful and was fun putting together. I hope you like!
We will be working together to make this super cute Christmas advent calendar. The tags die cut, scallop square punch and lots of embossing folders make up the bones while extra things like ribbon, glitter, glitter card stock, stamps, brads, and buttons finish this off.
Can't wait to show you gals how to make this gorgeous fall layout. We will be ironing fabric to cardstock, stamping, embossing, scalloping edges, making fabric flowers and adding all kinds of embellishments. I especially love the champagne glitter paper, my new fav!
I love fall and especially love to decorate for Halloween. It's so much fun and the kids love to help. The following two projects are what we are making this month. I took an old baking pan and spray painted it to use as the backdrop for the bats. The bats are made using a punch from Stampin' Up! that is currently for sale on their clearance rack. Hurry before it's gone, I use it all the time! I used hot glue to adhere the bats and the Perfect Pennants die cut (32.95) for the Big Shot for the banner. The paper is Howlstooth & Scaringbone (10.95 for 12 sheets front/back). The alphabet stamp set is Notable Alphabet (34.95) and has just the little bit of whimsy I was looking for. The milk carton die cut (32.95) favor is adorable and can be used in so many ways such as weddings, baby showers, class parties, birthdays, etc. I embossed using the chevron folder (7.95) and used the Googly Ghouls (12.95) stamp set and the Border Banter (14.95) stamp set. I love the little googly eye (2.50) on the mummy. Again, I used the same paper from above and several various punches including the modern label. This was so fun! If you want to make more for gifts for teachers I will be hosting this class at my house, make 4 for $10 or 5 for $12. The class is on Sunday, October 14th, 2:30-4pm.
Christmas is four months from today and what better way to start preparing than to make these gorgeous and easy ornaments. Perfect for gift giving or trimming your own tree. We are making these this month for stamp club! Everything will be ready just bring a bone folder and your tombo white/green glue.