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I have been a Stampin' Up Demonstrator for almost two years now, and when I signed up it was just for the starter kit and discount on products........ I never imagined it would snowball into being a business like it has. I am a new Mummy to my little boy, Isaac, who is almost four months old now. I am spending my maternity leave enjoying watch him grow up, becoming his own little person, and also trying to build my business up. Stampin' Up! have amazing products and I would love to share my crafting passion with as many people as possible. I am always putting through orders, so if you need anything, or just want some information or advise, please do not hesitate to contact me. If you want to try before you buy, then check out my classes and get booked on.

Tuesday, 31 May 2011

Fathers Day - lots of cards to make!

So I asked my brothers girlfriend if there was any birthdays etc coming up that she'd like me to make cards for, and I got a whole long list, which included Fathers Day cards.

I can pop a couple on my blog now as I know her dad and step-dad won't be looking at my blog, though a few others might just have to wait to be posted.

I wanted to go for something a bit different and had heard of the shirt fold card before, so I looked it up on the Internet and found a really simple tutorial by a lady called Cambria Turnbow.  
So I grabbed some DSP and set to work.  About 3 minutes later the shirts were done!

What do you think?

I just cut the ties out freehand and popped them on with glue dots.
The sentiment is from Something to Celebrate (Level 2 Hostess) and has been stamped in co-ordinating Poppy Parade and Peach Parfait ink and punched out with the Decorative Label Punch then mounted.

Quick, simple and pretty WOW too.............

The Details: 
Card / Paper -Marina Mist Textured / Chocolate Chip Textured / Whisper White / In Colour DSP (Level 1 Hostess) / Peach parfait Smooth / Poppy Parade Smooth
Stamps / Ink -Something to Celebrate (Level 2 Hostess) / Poppy Parade / Peach Parfait
Embellishments - None
Tools - Trimmer / Bone Folder / Decorative Label Punch

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