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This $14.95 downloadable class (item 133385) includes innovative ideas to get the most out of your supplies, from your stamps to your Big Shot!
The class is divided into 6 sections and includes videos, step outs, and the supply list for 30+ projects!
PC Download Instructions The files will be downloaded as archive files that you can then extract and save on your computer. When you click on the download link, an extraction program will automatically launch. Choose the location where you would like to save the files (be sure to note where you save them). Follow the prompts on the extraction program, then navigate to the location where you saved the files. Click on the file and open.
Mac Download Instructions When you click on the download link, the file will be mounted as a drive. Once it is mounted, open the drive and drag and drop the files to the location of your choice on your hard drive. The files can then be opened.
(When downloading, select "For other applications" rather than "For My Digital Studio.")
Thank you to everyone who signed up to come take my Spring Printer Tray Insert Class or ordered a class kit in the mail! I have 3 spots left in my class on March 9th.. if you want to join us with your tray, let me know.
I thought it would be fun to give youinstructions via a VIDEO this time, so I hope you find the video helpful in assembling your Spring inserts into your tray!
if you are viewing this in an email, you will need to visit my blog to view the video
Your class and kit will include all 3 sets:
Professionally printed cardstock inserts created by me in MDS:
cardstock sheet with 7 inserts for Spring
cardstock sheet with 7 inserts for Dress Up
cardstock sheet with 7 inserts for St. Patrick's Day
I hope you enjoy displaying your tray with the 3 spring inserts!
I will be designing the Summer inserts and making them available in a few months, so please check back.
If you would like to learn more about using My Digital Studio for your own projects, be sure to download the FREE TRIAL of MDS2! You will find hundreds of samples and tutorials on the MDS website, and you may find it helpful to join my monthly MDS Club for more samples and video instructions.
I just can't get enough of these beautiful Happy Hello cards with their pretty die cut edge and beautiful blue chevrons... and what makes them even BETTER is that they are FREE during Sale a Bration! You can select this as one of your free items when you place a min. $50 order between now and March 22! Shop anytime!
Each Happy Hello pack comes with 8 cards and 8 envelopes and die cut stickers, plus Baker's Twine and some Rhinestones!
I stamped on some Whisper White cardstock with the Bloomin' Marvelous stamp set.. another free choice during Sale a Bration. I finished off the cards with a variety of embellishments including paper flowers from the Pop Up Posies kit, and punched butterflies with the new butterfly punch, found on pg 13 of the Stampin' Up! Spring Catalog #129406.
WELCOME to the February 2013 Control Freaks Blog Tour!!!
We are excited to bring you delightful
Stampin' Up! 2013
Spring Catalog ideas
in the tour this month!!
You have probably joined me after visiting Jason's blog, and you can click on the "next blog" link at the bottom of the post to continue on the tour.
I REALLY Love the new Soda Pop Tops from Stampin' Up!.. you'll find them on pg 24 of the Spring catalog, (order code #129388). I thought I'd show you a few ways I've used the Soda Pop Tops on my card projects.
This card features the Chalkboard Technique done in My Digital Studio, mounted on a Basic Gray card.
This is the small size Soda Pop Top.. you will get 8 small and 8 large Pop Tops in your package.
I've used DSP from the Parker's Patterns pack (#131021) and Tea for Two (#129311), as well as the 1/2" circle punch, 7/8" scallop circle, and the 1-1/4" scallop circle punch.
You can see that they have a raised edge when you take them out of the package, and I've flattened mine in the Big Shot. If you have not done that before, you will find instructions in my videos.. click here to view the video.
Above I have paired up some Soda Pop Tops with My Digital Studio artwork inserts and some FREE Sale a Bration Happy Hello cards! I used the fun Pop-Up Posies flowers (pg 18 Spring catalog, #131395) to give extra pops of color.
Enjoy the rest of the tour as you visit my friend Lisa's Blog.
Sorry I didn't share this before Valentine's Day.. I always seem to have so much to share and not enough days in the week to blog it all... but you could create this card fold with ANY colors, patterns, stamps, or theme.
The cute little closure is what makes it so fun!
Thanks to Cindee for sharing this idea with me!
We used the fabulous More Amore DSP, but you can adapt this to any occasion using any colors or designer papers.
DID YOU KNOW... when you collect just 6 of the collector sets this year, you will be able to redeem your 'proof of purchase' stickers for a free $14.95 stamp set next year? Collect all 12 and get 2 sets free next year!
Thanks to my upline, Sandy, for sending me the cute tic-tac Valentine!
I realize that a raised countertop may not be the most exciting news to a lot of people.. but in case you are a crafter who likes to stand when you craft, cut, or die cut, or, maybe you are on the taller side like me (almost 5'-8"), you will appreciate this idea...
My hubby got some free countertops and we were going to replace my existing stamping loft countertops, but.. then we got this idea... if we put the NEW countertop on TOP of the OLD countertop and put a spacer in bewteen, then it will be higher and more ergonomic for me when I stand to cut cardstock or do die cutting on the Big Shot!
Bless my hubby.. he was so kind to do all the measuring and cutting and installing! So here was the process...
We decided to leave the existing old green countertop in place, and build a maze of 1"x6" dividers on top ... this will form a platform for the new countertop, but even more exciting... I will be able to fit plastic storage container boxes in between the old counter and new counter!!! See next photo..
ABOVE: you can see how the new counter sits on those vertical dividers and creates a space for the plastic storage boxes in between the 2 counters!!!
Since my space is very tiny.. only 8'x8', I need to make the most of my area, so those extra 8 plastic box storage cubbies are PERFECT!
He still needs to finish the trim on the front, but other than that, it's a GREAT new space for my paper cutting and die cutting and I don't have to bend over!!
Ya, I know it looks like a mess... but that's only a sign of a busy crafter :)
On the other side of my stamp loft, my hubby added the matching new black countertop.. this is where I sit to stamp... of course now it's covered with STUFF.. but this is when we first put it in ... yep.. trim needs to be finished, too...
We were blessed that these countertops were no longer needed in the office they were being used in, so they were free... whohooo! Gotta love free!