Friday, January 25, 2019

Stamp Off SAB Tea Time Framelits

Hey friends!  Today Buffy, Susan and I are showing off
 samples made with SAB products.  Sale-a-Bration time is
a wonderful opportunity to pick up FREE crafting supplies.

This card is a combination of the Occasions catalog
and SAB, since the (FREE with $100 purchase)
Tea Time Framelits Dies on page 17 coordinate with
the Tea Together set on Occasions page 49.   I also used
the Gingham Gala Designer Series Paper (Occasions p 35),
which coordinates beautifully with that yummy
SAB Organdy Ribbon Combo Pack on page 7.  

The sentiment that I used comes from the Butterfly
Gala Occasions set on page 35.  I love the way all of
these products combine and coordinate.  By the way,
I stamped with Memento Ink and colored the
flower with Stampin' Blends.

I wanted to show you an "organizing trick" that I am
using.  It helps to make the use of your Stamparatus 
more efficient.

I made a jig for each set of framelits, so that all of the
cut-outs were on a reduced sheet of cardstock.  
Then I securely taped the cardstock jig
to the sheet of small Stamparatus Grid paper
(away from the Stamparatus edges).  Since there are lots of 
grid sheets in the pack, you can create a lot of jigs.
This allows you to put the magnets anywhere on the sheet,
to hold everything down.   This also makes it really easy to
grab a Framelits jigs, and start creating.
You can see the Tea Time Framelits Dies jig
in the lower right position of this photo, 
taped to the small grid sheet.

Now that you've seen my sample, please click
on, to see what Susan and Buffy have created
for our Stamp Off SAB challenge.

Here are several videos featuring the Stamparatus.
The second describes the accessories, which include
the Small Grid Paper shown above.


Susan said...

I love how you used the Gingham Paper for the tea cup. It is so cute! The jig suggestion is great!. I will definitely try this. said...

I love your card, Jackie (I almost used these framelits too!) Love your jig suggestion. So much easier than having just a small area for the magnet. <3

Anonymous said...

Lovely gingham tea cup, Jackie! Terrific suggestion for making 'jigs' for your die cuts, too.