Thursday, August 30, 2012

This fun pocket card was made using Pool Party and Midnight Muse - a couple of our In Colors.  The "Deck the Halls..." verse is from the Merry and Type stamp set on page 13 of the Catalog.  Of course, I also used the Delightful Decorations stamp set for the ornament and the circle accent on the ribbon. 

The card measures 5-1/2" x 4-1/4", but cut your card stock at 5-1/2" x 7", then score at 4-1/4" and 6-1/4", then use either the Scallop Edge Border Punch or the Adorning Accents Edgelits Die (as shown here) to make a scallop edge.  The DSP is from the Comfort Cafe pack.  

The inside card measures 4" x 5".  The Whisper White card stock is  4-3/4" x 3-3/4".  The DSP is cut to 5-3/8" x  1-3/4"
I love how just a few Rhinestones and a bit of Glimmer Paper can make a card pop!


Pool Party card stock 122924
Midnight Muse card stock 126843
Whisper White card stock  100730
Silver Glimmer Paper  124005
Delightful Decorations stamp set 127787
Merry and Type stamp set  122552
Ornament Punch  119847
Rhinestone Basic Jewels  119246
Midnight Muse ink 126860
Midnight Muse & Pool Party Markers
1/2 Circle punch119869
Big Shot  113439
Adorning Accents Edgelits  125595
3/8" Pool Party Ruffled Ribbon

Merry & Type - Clear-Mount Stamp Set - by Stampin' Up!

Merry & Type - Clear-Mount Stamp122552

The six-piece Merry & Type Stamp Set can help you spread a merry message in all of your holiday projects. This set is available in both wood- and clear-mount, and is also available as a digital download.

Set Quantity: 6
Also available in Wood-Mount  122550   $ 25.95

We had a great time at the Walnut Ridge Business Expo on Tuesday.  A pretty good crowd and an excellent speaker at the luncheon.  I'm looking forward to working with some of the wonderful ladies we met.  Here are a couple photos of our booth.

I made a basket full of these cute flower lollipops for our giveaway.  I just used 2 Blossom Punches of retired DSP, then punched a 1/8" hole in the center and inserted the sticks.  Everyone loved them.  Soooooooo quick and easy.

John built these 2 display boards for me years ago and the original intent was to use velcro to display the cards, but I went with a clothesline style of hanger and I think we were able to put more on the display and not ruin anything by putting sticky velcro on the back.  

Here's Laura. We wore the Stampin'Up! shirts we purchased at Convention.

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