I Have Inky Fingers Today!!

I have been feeling on the icky side for most of this week and finally today I had a burst of motivation. I spent most of the morning in my scrap room just stamping out projects left and right. Ahh, how I have missed the smell of stampin mist. :o)

It's a little early, but I was in the mood to do Valentines Day stuff so I went ahead and did the cards and suckers Cameron will give to her class at school. The cards are the pocket notes from the Stampin Up Winter mini. It's 30 cards and envies to a pack and they come in 3 different colors for $9.95 a pack. I stamped in white card stock using a SU set that retired.




These sucker wrappers we made at the Demo meeting last Saturday. If anyone is interested in the dimensions let me know and I will post them. They are super easy to make and they are the perfect size for a heart shaped sucker. The stamp is part of a set from the Sell A Bration set called very punny.


Marking off more things on my 2007 to do list, here is a card with iris folding. I love the look of this and couldn't believe how easy it was. I can't wait to try more! If you double click the image you can see that it is 3 different patterns of paper that have been folded and laid out according to a pattern so that they over lap in spots.


I have also wanted to do a card using the postage stamp template I have had on my computer for ages. This adorable little cow is also from the Sell A Bration set called Very punny.



4 comments:

Dawn said...

holy smokes, nice job!

please send some of that motivation over here!

Elisabeth said...

How cute is that! I love the strawberry! Maybe somehow you can show us that at my SU party? LOL

Dawn said...

I agree with E, can we learn the strawberry too?

Melissia said...

Are we still cropping after the party? If so, I will bring the pattern so you can make it. Bring 3 sheets of 6x6 (or larger) paper in different patterns and/or colors plus a small piece for the stem. And you need 2 pieces of cardstock to stick it between (I used the red and black).