Daily Archives: January 31, 2008

Fun Floam…

….is SO much fun…..



“wook Mom…bue hair!”

Trust me…this is not as easy to get out as it looks!!!


45 minutes later and 3 bathtub fulls of water…we are all good. 🙂

…. Is it nap-time yet?

Design Staples….

OK OK, perhaps a stapler is NOT a papercrafting “staple” but they are fun and work so well with trendy, office and shabby styles that I couldn’t resist using them for today’s Ways to Use It Challenge. Staples are great for office, shabby and lots of other styles too. You can use them to staple on ribbon and embellishments or just accent a section of the design. Transparencies are also great stapled on. I don’t have one but the Fastenator is a cool bar type stapler tool that some of you may wish to use. I can’t wait to see what you all come up with for this challenge. Last weeks paint ideas were fabulous! So pull out your stapler and join us at WT151 for a little papercrafting fun!

Survey says…Also of note on Splitcoaststampers… if you use their galleries and forums…be sure to take the time this week to fill out the survey! SCS is wanting to know what YOU think, what you love and what could be improved. Your opinion matters! Check it out at the 2008 Splitcoaststampers Member Survery

Hello Dear Friend


This darling little bird stamp is part of an Inkadinkado stamp set. The whole set is so trendy and just adorable…love it. My good friend Lindsey picked it up for me in Utah. She now has this set on order and I just know it will be super popular. I paired it up with some simple stamping and a fun mix of patterned papers. These papers are from the new Basic Grey Two Scoops 6×6 paper pad. To add color to my “flower trail” I colored them in with my Copic Markers and glitzed it up with some clear Stickles.

My sentiment is from the new Classic Essential Expressions from Cornish Heritage Farms. This set will be released on Friday. 🙂 To add in some staples…I stapled on the Melissa Frances Vintage Trim and Prima Flower. It doesn’t show up too well in the photo but on the top left corner of the image panel, I decided to see how it would look if I stapled from the reverse side.

Have a great day and hope to see you having some stapling fun!

Supply List:

cardstock: Not Quite Navy – Stampin Up

Patterned Paper: Two Scoops 6×6 paper pad – Basic Grey

Stamps: Inkadinkado

Ink: Black Palette Hybrid – Stewart Superior, Antique Linen Distress Ink – Ranger

Other: stapler, circle punch – EK Success, vintage trim – Melissa Frances, Stickles – Ranger, markers – Copic, flower – Prima