saw the start of the Year-End Sale Event.
If you see anything in there
you want, order it ASAP because these are retiring products, and once
they've gone, they've gone. Good luck!
today, Stampin' Up! have announced changes in the way the pre-order for
the Stamparatus is going to work going forward, and these are the main
The ONLY pre-order period is from 5th - 31st December, 2017. This time
slot will NOT close, regardless of how many orders are placed. After
December, the Stamparatus will only be available from the new annual
catalogue when it goes live on 1st June 2018.
2). Customers and demonstrators will only be able to pre-order one Stamparatus each.
3). If you pre-ordered a Stamparatus during the first time slot, you can still order a second one during the December time slot.
Please let me know if you have any questions: email@example.com
project today is a home decor idea, which I've based on the card I
shared recently using the Night in Bethlehem Stamp Set, and the
co-ordinating Bethlehem Framelits Dies.
first background I made was using some Glossy Paper, and sponging it
with a Dauber and Night of Navy Ink.
This was a first for me and I
thought the result was great!
Once I was happy with the sponging, I went
over it with a piece of kitchen towel to buff it up, and it looked
However, my first attempt at stamping some stars with Craft
Whisper White Ink didn't achieve anything on this glossy background, so I
put it on one side for another day!
I moved onto plan B which was to
use a piece of Night of Navy Cardstock (CS), and I successfully stamped
stars randomly over the top using Whisper White Craft Ink.
stamped one of the large stars towards the top right-hand corner.
stamped the Mary and Joseph, and the shepherd and his sheep stamps, by
inking them in Versamark, and then Night of Navy Ink.
When I'd stamped
them onto Whisper White CS, I dipped both images into my box of Clear
I used my Heat Tool to heat set them both, and then
die cut them.
put the scene together, I adhered the back row of houses using
To adhere the second row, I added Double layer
Dimensionals on the lowest part of the die cut, and single-layer
Dimensionals where the row of house was going directly over the first
row of house.
To adhere the two images, I used triple-layer Dimensional
on areas where the image was going directly on top of Night of Navy
background and single layer Dimension over the rest of the two images!
I'm thinking about adding the sentiment "Rejoicing in Christ" in the
space between the two images.
I think it would finish the picuture off
nicely making it balanced. What do you think?
That's about it for today. Until tomorrow, happy crafting!