Laura Erickson created this super cute carrot favor from the Scallop Circle Die and the Scallop Oval Punch. Very quick and cute to make for a sweet little Easter decoration. She filled a small baggie with a few jelly beans and stuffed it into the carrot. The sentiment is from Teeny Tiny Wishes.
Chris Glebus made a quick and classy card with the stamp set called By the Tide. Very manly (she is in a houseful of boys!) so a card like this will come in handy. She can add any sentiment on the right just under the shell area to personalize the card.
Linda Watson finds that stamping is just her cup of tea! She stamped the images in Black StazOn and then colored with markers.
Mary Bellis made this beautify with lots of texture and the bright Daffodil Delight just makes me happy to look at it! Mary must have thought so, too, as she used the “happy” from happy birthday in Curly Cute to complete this card. The bees are from Collage Curios.
Mary Smallidge calls herself the Queen of Putz and there is no denying it when she showed up with this card! The butterflies from Papillion Potpourri are actually stamped on both sides and look just like real butterflies!! So, so pretty!
Sue McNeill is enjoying her Dress Up Framelits. It’s so much fun to play dress up with these new Stampin’ Up! dies. I love the little jacket she created by trimming up the second dress. Pretty pearls, too.
Barb Manship created an interesting card . . . and not surprising! Barb is quite resourceful! She used the Scallop Oval Framelit Die as sort of a frame for her card which combined designer paper, the Fancy Fan embossing folder, an image from Four Frames and a sentiment from Bloomin’ Marvelous. Oh, and don’t forget the ribbon either!! It’s eclectic and fun!
And, our last demo card for today shows off a card that makes you think of an elegant make up case. I love the layers and how she used the Apothecary Framelit shape to highlight the crown image from Artistic Etchings. A birthday card that’s very girly and fun!
Be sure to check in tomorrow . . . I will have more demo swap cards to share!