Labels: Michelle Wooderson
This project came together so easily and I am very pleased with the outcome. Of course, this idea is not limited to spices. You can put all sorts of goodies in these. I think ice cream toppings, nuts, or small candies would also make these great!
Thanks for joining me this week at the JustRite Stampers Blog. I hope you enjoyed it as much as I have.
Jen del Muro JustRite Stampers Guest Blogger
Stamps: Large Round Monogram Stamper, Small Letter Set (JustRite Stampers) Ink: Basic Black (Stampin’ Up!) Paper: Basic Black, Whisper White (Stampin’ Up!) Other: ¾” and 1” Circle Punches (EK Success), Flower (Prima), Flower Brad and Black Brad (Making Memories)We look forward to building a stamping relationship with you!
This is a really easy project that you can make really fancy, yet it is easy enough to get the kids involved. They can make their own bag tags for their backpacks. The idea or theme that I had in mind for this particular tag was little princess. To create the monogram, I used two color ink pad in my Large Monogram Stamper. I chose Stampin’ Up’s Rose Red and Old Olive ink colors to coordinate with the Treehouse Memories paper. I mixed up the fonts in the monogram to give a little character and dress it up a little. To “kick it up a notch” you can add more ribbon. The reverse side is blank, so you can add your address or business card. To complete the project, simply add a binder clip and attach to your bag.
Thanks for visiting and come back tomorrow for some family fun! Jen del Muro JustRite Guest Blogger
Stamps: Large Round Monogram Stamper, Large Times New Roman Alphabet, Medium Special Occasions Alphabet(JustRite Stampers) Ink: Old Olive, Rose Red (Stampin’ Up!) Paper: Old Olive, Whisper White (Stampin’ Up!); DP from Treehouse Memories Other: Badge Holder (Wal-Mart Office Supply Section), Ribbon (May Arts), Nestabilities Circle Die (Spellbinders)
Labels: Personalized Projects
I am one of those people that always needs something to write on. Whether it’s at my desk or when I am on the go, I always have to have my little journal with me. Why not make it a little fancier than just your average journal? This is a 4”x6” journal that I picked up at Wal-Mart for under a dollar. Along with the JustRite monogram stamp, I dressed it up with paper from American Crafts, Swarovski crystals and May Arts ribbon. In just a few minutes, and with about $4, I made a plain jane journal into an extra special journal. The basic layout for this next project came from a high end stationary store product. It is essentially like a desktop calendar on a smaller scale…and it’s stationary. The measurements for the base of this project are 5.5” x 6.75”, and the measurements for the actually pieces of stationary are 4.25” x 5.5”. The pieces of stationary paper are tucked into the corners which were created by cutting two 1 3/8” squares in half, and adhering just the edges of those triangles to the base. Like the journal, I used American Crafts paper, Swarovski crystals and May Arts ribbon to compliment the monogram stamp on the paper. As I noted yesterday, I brainstormed and created several different types of projects for the week. Tomorrow I will have another ensemble, but it won’t be anything close to personal stationary. See you then!
Jen del Muro JustRite Guest Blogger Supply List: Stamps: Large Round Monogram Stamper, Large Times New Roman Alphabet, Damask Borders For Large Monogram Stamper, Desk Of/Library Of/Kitchen Of Borders (JustRite Stampers) Ink: Old Olive (Stampin’ Up!) Paper: Basic Black, Whisper White (Stampin’ Up!); DP from American Crafts Other: Crystals (Swarovski), Ribbon (May Arts), Scallop Circle Punch (Marvy), Photo Corner Punch (Stampin’ Up!), Round Tab Punch (Stampin’ Up),
Labels: Jen del Muro
For the sentiment I loaded up my Small Monogram Stamper with the Small Letters using the tweezer that are included. After I loaded up the stamper I used my ink pad that I filled with SU Chocolate Chip Classic ink. I stamped enough images for my cupcakes and matching card. I used my Nestabilities circles and scallops to cut and mat the cupcake pick. The center flower was made with the Marvy green flower punch, SU circle punch and a copper brad.
For the card sentiment I punched it with a SU circle punch and attached it to a copper tag. I used a green Marvy flower punch and attached it to the center of the sentiment with a copper brad. The cardstock is Kraft paper, the pattern paper is from American Crafts and the wide satin celery ribbon is from Michael's.
Make sure you visit tomorrow as we will be announcing our next Guest Blogger. This girl is going to WOW you with her creativity and outside the box thinking! We look forward to building a stamping relationship with you!
Labels: Thank You Card