Nailed it Bundle
I recently had fun crafting with the Nailed it Bundle in the Occasion's Catalog by Stampin' Up! This bundle is so fun with all of the framelits included. No more fussy cutting is necessary. The couple of projects I made were so much fun. I hope you enjoy.
|I really like the affect of the Hexagon embossing folder |
with foil paper. The little hardware is so fun.
|The enamel shapes worked perfect for screw heads.|
Simply use a metallic marker to draw a line over them.
These saw cards were so fun. I had my friends Jessica and Christi help me design this one. Christi's is the one in front. I really like how she did her saw handle. She used a piece of the wood grain DSP and then colored the white parts with a Crushed Curry marker. I really like the ruler thinlit. It can create a fun accent.
You may think it's too early to think about Father's day, but you really can get a head start as well as creating wonderful cards for brothers, husbands, and more.
Have you begun your card Design for the Friday Design
If you haven't seen my recent blog, I put out this Friday Design card challenge. You can create a card inspired by this template and get a chance at winning any ribbon of your choice in a current catalog. You can find more information by visiting my blog for the challenge.
If you liked these samples, you definitely want to order the Nailed it Bundle. It is so fun to use!
Remember if you order on-line, use the hostess code #MA4F4U2X. This code is valid through March.
Any time you order from me, remember you earn "Loyalty Bucks". For every $25.00 you spend you earn 1 "Loyalty Buck". Collect 20 and you choose $30.00 of free product as my gift. Check out my specials at my website for more details about "Loyalty Bucks" as well as classes and events.
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Mary BlocherThe Power Huff Stamper