Summer is cut short for us as Taylor started school August 16th, it just doesn't feel right getting settled in for school that early, school to me has always been in September and of course you always associate September with Fall, well that doesn't seem to be the case right now in Calgary, the last few days have been around 30C.
I would like to extend a warm welcome to Lisa Worthington who joined the Stampin' Up! Family...Congratulations Lisa, I look foward to working with you and wish you much success!
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Love Notes (Page 4 of the Holiday Mini)
Just in time to make your Christmas Cards! These square cards and envelopes are perfect for quick and easy tags or for seasonal greetings for friends, coworkers, and neighbors. Colours coordinate beautifully with the Holiday Thyme Designer Series paper and stitched grosgrain ribbon. Prescored cards are available in Cranberry Crisp, True Thyme, and Vintage Violet and come with Very Vanilla envelopes. 3x3. 40 per pkg. $13.50 each CAD.
Featured Stamp Set
Snow Flurries (Page 7 of the Holiday Mini)
This stamp set is great for your holiday cards and VERY inexpensive. Punch out the snowflake images in this set with the 3/4" Circle punch (page 220 of the Idea Book & Catalogue). Adhere it to your project with adhesive or Stampin' Dimensionals. Item #107930. $13.50 CAD.
Featured Wheel (Page 137)
Dry Brush #107501 $10.95.
Using Ribbons on Scrapbook and Altered Art Projects
Ribbons are one of the easiest ways to embellish and add a little pizzazz to any scrapbook and altered art project. Here are some fun ideas for your next project!
One of the most obvious and yet overlooked use for ribbon is bows! Bows can convey all kinds of sentiments. A big pink bow is sweet on a little girls scrapbook page. A tiny ivory bow on a shabby chic page adds a hint of elegance. Try out different colors and different sizes to experiment with the feelings they portray.
Use ribbon as a horizontal or vertical accent behind all of your page elements.
Tie a small piece of ribbon in a knot and adhere it to the page for a quick little accent. Add a charm for some fun and movement!
Set a row of eyelets across the side of a page and then weave the ribbon through. Experiment with how you weave the ribbon -- a simple up and down run or wrap the edge of the page by only putting the ribbon down through the holes.
Use a dental floss threader to pull ribbon through small holes. (Dental floss threaders can be found on the toothpaste aisle of your grocery store.) After trying out a dental floss threader, you will wonder how you ever threaded ribbons and fibers without one!
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