Friday, December 16, 2016

Stamp Off Color Challenge Custom Tee

It's another Stamp Off challenge with Buffy, Susan
and Jackie!  More momentous is that we are almost 
away from Christmas.  It's so hard to believe!
This week, we are featuring a color challenge, requiring
one color from each SU color family.  What a fun challenge!
Alert:  this is a SNEAK PEEK!

 For my colors, I picked Crushed Curry, Pacific Point,
Wild Wasabi and Basic Black.  I love the Custom Tee set
with coordinating T-shirt Builder Framelits Dies bundle
on page 30 of the upcoming Occasions Catalog.  What's better,
is that the Sale-A-Bration catalog has a FREE coordinating set,
Designer Tee, on page 19.  The combination of these two
sets makes for many, many card or scrapbook options.
The many "add-ons", like collars, ties, pockets
and suspenders enable different looks, to go with
21 different sentiments (combined).  My favorite is the
"I Think I Can" conversation bubble with train engine.
Again, if you buy the bundle in the Occasions catalog, 
you are $5 away from
earning the FREE SAB Designer Tee set.

Now it's time to click on over to see what Buffy and Susan
have done for this challenge.  I love their great ideas
and know that you will, too. 

Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Cookie Cutter Gingerbread Boy

Guess I'm on a roll with the Cookie Cutter bundle
on page 6.  These images are just too cute.
Recently, Stampin' Up! has been having a wonderful
end of the year sale, which is where I got this 
lovely Christmas velum DSP.  I've already used
most of it up, it's so delicious.
Anyway, the Cookie Cutter bundle makes for a
very quick card, especially when you can layer it
on great product!

Monday, December 12, 2016

Cookie Cutter Santa Card

Here is another card made with the Cookie Cutter Christmas
set and coordinating Cookie Cutter Builder Punch (p 6
of the Holiday catalog).  This bundle makes for a really 
quick card!   In this sample, I didn't even color the
Santa, but simply embossed him in Copper Embossing
Powder.  I also added a little strip of the Cooper Foil
Sheet (p 47), to coordinate back to Santa. 

Sadly, I can't remember which set the sentiment comes from!