Tuesday, September 10, 2013

1) Stamp your image in Basic Black Classic ink or StazOn ink on Glossy White or  plain white card stock.

2) Color areas you want to remain white--or that you want different from your background color--using White  Crayon.

3) Use a brayer or sponge daubers to cover the entire surface of the card stock with ink.

4) Wipe off excess ink with a tissue.


·  Give the ink time to dry before coloring your image with your crayon; otherwise the lines of  your image may smudge.

·  After  Step 4, you can color over the masked area with Stampin' Write markers or using watercolor tools.

Monday, September 9, 2013


 Here are some envelopes I made using the Envelope punch from Stampin Up!

I made a 3 1/2" x 3" note card with  matching envelope.

Here are two small envelopes different shapes

This is the smallest size envelope and the largest size envelope
Small fits a 2"x 3 1/2" card. Large envelope fits a 6" x 8 1/2" card

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Sunday, September 1, 2013

Envelope Punch !!


This brand new Envelope Punch from Stampin Up is now available!!! 

You will be able to make envelopes of any size! 

Use Card Stock, Designer Paper, Vellum and more!


It creates envelopes in up to 66 different sizes.
It's super easy to use
It's small and lightweight
It has a slick scoring too that fits in its own little spot 
It has a punch that lets you create rounded corners
The price...$19.95
It will be in next years annual catalog, so it's here to stay

I pre-ordered my Envelope Punch  and I have been making envelopes of all sizes.  I even made a gift card holder.

I will post pictures next time!

Click  Here  to order yours today and start making your own envelopes!