I can FINALLY POST these projects from October! I was waiting for my friend Nancy Riley to have her tutorial posted on SCS HERE. Check out Nancy’s blog HERE and read all about her being asked by Beate (whom we all know and love) to do a tutorial for SCS! GO NANCY!!! WOOOHOO!

I did this project for my stamp club in October. Now I don’t have to post any directions! You can check out how they are made at address above! They are FUN and EASY to make. They make a nice addition to add to a gift for someone. All women need a cute little notebookbook – LIST style!


Recipe:
Stamp Set: Punch Pals
Paper: Real Red, Old Olive, Chocolate Chip, Baja Breeze, Whisper White, Ski Slope DP
Ink: Basic Black, Baja Breeze, Summer Sun
Accessories: Scallop Circle Punch, 1 3/8″ & 1 1/4″ Circle Punches, Word Window Punch, Paper Piercer & Mat Pack, Office Max Notebooks (cut in half)

Recipe:Stamp Set: Home For ChristmasPaper: Riding Hood Red, Chocolate Chip, Kraft, Handsome Hunter, Always ArtichokeInk: Basic Brown, Sage Shadow (Wreath is colored in this)Accessories: Alpine Ribbon, Non SU Punch (email me if you are interested in this!), Red “Bling” Rhinestones. Ribbon Dyed with Riding Hood Red Ink
This card is a case of the card found HERE on SCS. I have seen AWESOME cards using this stamp set!! I can’t believe I waited 3 years before purchasing this one!


Recipe:
Stamp Set: Lovely as a Tree (#1 Selling Stamp Set by Stampin’ UP!)
Paper: Baja Breeze, Basic Black, Shimmer White
Ink: Basic Black, Baja Breeze, Bordering Blue
Accessories: Stipple Brush, Glue Pen, Dazzling Diamonds, Dimensionals

Punch a circle out of a post it note and use the circle to mask the “moon” on the front of the card. Use the stipple brush and “stipple” around the moon.

This card was made using the faux tearing technique for the snow. You tear a piece of scrap paper and hold it against the background of your card. That is the first layer. Use the stipple brush to make the background. Then rip a piece of shimmer paper for the next layer, and pop it up with dimensionals.