- I have two children. My daughter Jennifer is 27 and my son Christopher is 25. And two step-sons, Trevor and Adam ages 24 and 26 along with their beautiful wives Emily and Julie and their babies, Noah and Madisyn. I also have I've been married for 12 years to my husband Gary. I'm a full time Junior High Language Arts teacher and stamping is one of my passions. All products I use are from Stampin' Up! Be sure to visit my Stampin' Up! website to view my calendar of events by clicking on the link to the right!
Tuesday, November 22, 2011
I have this entire week off from work and have had a lot of time to catch up on things. One thing being updating my blog with a Thanksgiving card BEFORE the holiday! :) I spent the day yesterday cleaning my stamp room which hadn't been done since August. The floor is even vacuumed which is really strange to look at. I sort of got used to seeing it covered with millions of little bits of paper and the backing from dimensionals. :)
We made this card at my October club. The card base is Soft Suede card stock (115318--$6.95) with Pear Pizzazz (119795--$6.95 in the IBC) card stock which coordinates with the Spice Cake DSP (124003--$10.95) that you can find in the current Holiday Mini..
Both of the stamp sets I used are from the current IBC. They are Triple Treat Flower (122909--$8.95) and Day of Gratitude (121148--$18.95). I used the rock and roll technique with the ink. The colors I used are Soft Suede, More Mustard, and Pear Pizzazz. The items numbers for each of these inks are: 115657, 103162, and 119784. Each Classic Stampin' Ink Pad is $5.95.
Other things I used are Soft Suede 1 1/4" Striped Grosgrain Ribbon (125060--$9.95), Chantilly 1/2 " Crochet Trim (119480--$6.95) , the Fancy Flower Punch (118073--$16.95), 5-Petal Flower Punch (119880--$16.95), and Bitty Buttons (118761--$4.95). The punches coordinate with the Triple Treat Flower Punch.
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Until my next post, I hope all of you have a very Happy Thanksgiving!