Friday, December 31, 2010

Filled With Love Promotion

Valentine's Day is just around the corner, so get a jump start on your projects with the Filled with Love Bundle.  This bundle includes the Filled with Love stamp set, the exclusive Love Patterns Designer Series Paper Pack (12 sheets total in Pretty in Pink and Real Red) and a FREE package of Bitty Buttons!

Filled with Love Bundle
Wood mount 124380 ($40.45)/Clear mount 12438 ($33.45)

Promotion runs from December 17, 2010 through January 24, 2011.

Merry Christmas...a few days late!

Well in traditional Chatland/Desjardins manner, this household has been sick over the holidays (actually more like the whole month of December!)

Although it's December 31st, I want to wish all my customers and family a wonderful Holiday Season.  Hope your Christmas was filled with joy and laughter. 

All the best for the New Year! I know I can't wait for a healthy 2011 :)

Thursday, December 9, 2010

Santa Treat Bag

The Top Note truly is one of the most versatile Big Shot dies around. It's no wonder that it is one the biggest selling dies! Here's another great use for the Top Note, a little bag perfect for a gift card or holiday treats. A variation on this can easily be adapted for birthdays or a party favour.

Stampin' Up Supply List
  • Stamps: Jolly Old Saint Nick (W121711/C121321), Bell and Boughs (W120831/C121142), Christmas Collage (121179)
  • Ink: Crumb Cake (121030), Cherry Cobbler (119669) and Early Espresso (119670) Classic, Real Red (100052), Regal Rose (105018) and Blush Blossom (100037) Stampin' Write Markers
  • Paper: Crumb Cake (120953), Very Vanilla (101650)
  • Accessories: Early Espresso Striped Grosgrain Ribbon (119961), SNAIL (104332), Stampin' Dimensionals (104430), Lunch Sacks (121031), Sticky Strip (104294)
  • Tools: Big Shot Die Cutting System (113439), Top Note Bigz Die (113463), Wide Oval Punch (119859), Small Oval Punch (119855)
Step by Step Directions
  1. Cut two Top Notes out of Crumb Cake cardstock.
  2. Stamp Christmas Collage in Crumb Cake classic ink on Crumb Cake cardstock.
  3. Cut paper sack down to 2.5 inches.
  4. Take top note and punch small oval on the first top note to create a handle. Line up the first one on top of the second one and punch the second handle.
  5. Adhere the two top notes to the treat sac with Sticky Strip. Trim off pointy parts of top note on the bottom.
  6. Stamp greeting in Cherry Cobbler on Very Vanilla cardstock and punch out with the Wide Oval. Attach to the bag with Stampin' Dimensionals.
  7. Stamp Santa in Early Espresso classic on Very Vanilla. Cut out and then color hat with Real Red marker, tongue with Regal Rose and skin with Blush Blossom. Attach Santa to the bag with Stampin' Dimensionals.

These bags make an affordable stocking stuffer or teacher's gift, so get out that Big Shot and some treat sacs to create some handmade gifts from the heart!

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Technique of the Week: Watercolor Crayons


Stampin' Up recent announced that Watercolor Crayons are now available. These are a great coloring medium as they add texture and are easy to work with.

Stampin' Up Supply List
  • Stamps: Greeting Card Kids (W119887/C120633), Teeny Tiny Wishes (115370)
  • Ink: Early Espresso (119670), Crumb Cake (121030) and Garden Green (102272) Classic Ink, Regals (119803), Subtles (119802) and Neutrals (119805) Watercolor Wonder Crayons
  • Paper: Real Red (102482), Very Vanilla (101650), Crumb Cake (120953)
  • Accessories: Twill Tape (119970), Jumbo Pewter Eyelets (108432), SNAIL (104332), Stampin' Dimensionals (104430), 2-Way Glue Pen (100425), Dazzling Diamonds Glitter (102023), Sponges (101610)

  • Tools: Big Shot Die Cutting System (113439), Scallop Square Duo Bigz Die (120903), Top Note (113463), Crop-A-Dile (108362), Modern Label Punch (119849), 2 ½ Circle Punch (120906), Blender Pen (102845)
Cardstock Dimensions for this Project
  • Real Red
    • 4.25 x 5.5 for card base
  • Crumb Cake
    • 4 x 4
  • Very Vanilla
    • 4.25 x 5.5 for stamped images
  1. Stamp image in desired ink.

  2. Color with Blender Pen and Watercolor Wonder Crayons.
Tips and Tricks: To keep your crayons fresh and extend their life, take the color from the flat end of the crayon using your blender pen and apply to your project. For larger images, you can color using the chisel tip and then disburse the color using the blender pen.
Finishing Touches
  1. Cut Top Note out of Real Red using the Big Shot.
  2. Cut larger of the Scallop Squares out of Crumb Cake using the Big Shot.
  3. Stamp image in Early Espresso on Very Vanilla and then punch out with circle punch.
  4. Color image in with crayons and blender pen.
  5. Sponge edges with Crumb Cake Classic Ink for a vintage feel.
  6. Attach Scallop Square to the Top Note using SNAIL. Layer colored image on top using Stampin' Dimensionals.
  7. Stamp greeting in Garden Green Classic on Very Vanilla cardstock, punch with Modern Label and then attach to project using Stampin' Dimensionals.
  8. Set eyelet using Crop-A-Dile and tie knot with twill tape.
  9. Add glitter underneath the girl using the 2-Way Glue Pen.
Watercolor Wonder Crayons are a great tool to have on hand. They are sold by color family so they coordinate with your cardstock, ribbon and more. To order your crayons today, visit my online store.

Monday, December 6, 2010

Project of the Week: Gift Tins

Affordable tins can quickly become great packaging for smaller holiday gifts. These are magnetic spice tins repurposed for gift packing with a few little embellishments.

Stampin' Up Supply List
  • Paper: Baja Breeze Cardstock (111352), Cane Candy Christmas Designer Series Paper (No longer available – any other paper will do!)
  • Accessories: Glue Dots (103683), Sticky Strip (104294), Basic Rhinestones (119246), Victoria Crochet Trim (118481)
  • Tools: Big Shot Die Cutting System (113439), Northern Frost Decorative Strip (120901), Snowflake Punch (119852)
  • Other: Magnetic Spice Tin (from Big Box Store)
Step by Step Directions
Both of these tins had a magnet on the bottom which was quickly removed with some scissors.
Tin #1
  1. Using Big Shot create snowflake from Baja Breeze cardstock.
  2. Attach to top of tin with glue dot and top off with rhinestone.
  3. Tie crochet trim around lid of tin.
Tin #2
  1. Cut strip of Designer Series paper to fit on tin. Attach using sticky strip.
  2. Punch snowflake from Baja Breeze, attach to lid with glue dot. Top off with a rhinestone.
Household items can quickly be turned into packaging that is cute and affordable! To order any of these items, please visit my online store and shop 24/7 in your PJs!

Sunday, November 28, 2010

November 30th Christmas Stamp-a-stack: 3 Spots remaining!

Christmas Card Stamp-a-Stack – 3 SPOTS LEFT!
Tuesday November 30th, 7:30pm – 9:30pm

There is still plenty of time to make your Christmas cards. At this class you will make 12 cards (3 each of 4 designs).

COST: $30 for class
Bring a friend I have never met and class this class for $20!
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(Demonstrators can attend for $20)

Monday, November 22, 2010

Creating with My Digital Studio


About this time of year, we all start looking for unique gifts for those on our gift giving list. My Digital Studio offers a great and efficient way for you to create gifts from the heart including cards, photo books, scrapbooks, calendars...and now journals. Last month Stampin' Up announced they are offering a journal option where you can design the front and back covers of a 6.25 x 8.25 journal! How cool is that? Here's a sample of a monogrammed journal. Who wouldn't want to receive one of these?

Best of all, you can make it completely personalized to the person receiving the gift. The only limit is your imagination. There's also a really cute template in My Digital Studio which you can easily customize:

My Digital Studio is affordably priced, and offers you limitless possibilities.

From now until November 30th, you can get My Digital Studio at 50% OFF or as part of the Digital Starter Kit at 50% off. Click on the links below:

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Technique of the Week: Quick & Easy Way to Line an Envelope

This week learn how to line your envelopes! This may seem like a simple thing but it adds a finishing touch to your handmade creations!
Stampin' Up Supply List
  • Stamps: Bright Christmas (W121678/C121318), Christmas Collage (121179)
  • Ink: Soft Suede Classic (115657)
  • Paper: Crumb Cake (120953), Cherry Cobbler (119685), Soft Suede (115318), Jolly Holiday Designer Series Paper (117159)
  • Accessories: SNAIL (104332), Stampin' Dimensionals (104430), Basic Pearls (119247), Deck the Halls Big Designer Buttons (121002), Mini Glue Dots (103683), Old Olive Striped Grosgrain (115618)
  • Tools: Decorative Label Punch (120907)
Cardstock Dimensions for this Project

  • Cherry Cobbler
    • 8.5 x 5.5

  • Crumb Cake
    • 3 x 4 for stamped background image
    • Scrap for greeting

  • Soft Suede
    • 3.25 x 4.25 for matting stamped image

  • Jolly Holiday
    • 5.75 x 3 for envelope
Technique Directions
  1. Cut Designer Series Paper to 5.75 to 3. You may need to trim a hair off the 5.75 inch side to make it fit into the envelope.

  1. Lick flap and slide Designer Series Paper into envelope.

  1. On the front it will look like this. Trim off overhang with paper snips.

  1. Fold along crease with bone folder. You can keep it shut with SNAIL or Dotto.

Finishing Touches
  1. Take card base and fold in half.
  2. Ink up Christmas Collage background stamp with Soft Suede and stamp on Crumb Cake.
  3. Attach stamped panel to Soft Suede mat with SNAIL.
  4. Attach ribbon in behind panel, and then attach ribbon and panel to card as shown.
  5. Stamp greeting in Soft Suede on Crumb Cake cardstock and punch with Decorative Label. Attach to card with Stampin' Dimensionals.
  6. Trim edge of ribbon as shown and then top off with a Very Vanilla button using a glue dot.
  7. Add pearls to bottom right of stamped image.
You can step up your cards by lining your envelopes this year. This a great way to add some elegance to your projects while using up extra Designer Series Paper!

Sunday, November 14, 2010

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What do you call it when you get over $375 in crafting and business supplies for only $107.50? You can call it an amazing deal, but Stampin' Up! is calling it an amazing opportunity! From November 15-30, you can purchase either our Standard or Digital+ Starter Kits at 50 percent off the regular retail price of $215 (plus free shipping!)

The starter kit is not only a fantastic savings, it includes the benefits and discounts of being a Stampin' Up! demonstrator with no obligation to sell. This is what I call the "I want it all" kit! 

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Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Technique of the Week: Embossed Vellum


This week's technique features embossing Vellum Cardstock with the Big Shot.

Stampin' Up Supply List
  • Stamps: Butterfly Prints (W121049/C120738)
  • Ink: Blushing Bride (119786), Concord Crush (119785), Peach Parfait (119783) Classic Ink
  • Paper: Whisper White (100730), Concord Crush (119792) Cardstock, Cardstock Vellum (101856)
  • Accessories: Concord Crush Polystitched Ribbon (119265), Basic Rhinestones (119246), SNAIL (104332), Stampin' Dimensionals (104430), Mini Glue Dots (103683)
  • Tools: Big Shot (113439), Vintage Wallpaper Embossing Folder (120175), Butterfly Punch (119848)
Cardstock Dimensions for this Project
  • Concord Crush
    • 8.5 x 5.5
  • Cardstock Velllum
    • 5.25 x 4
  • Whisper White
    • Scrap for stamped butterfly
Technique Directions
  1. Run cardstock Vellum through Big Shot using desired embossing folder.
  2. Attach to project using Mini Glue Dots. You want to place the glue dots where they will be covered up by accessories or stamped images.
  • With this technique, you want to make sure you use Cardstock Vellum. It is heavier and runs through the Big Shot without tearing. Lighter weight Vellum will tear as it is embossed.
  • This is a great way to add texture in a unique way.
Finishing Touches
  1. Take card base and fold in half.
  2. Emboss vellum and attach using glue dots as outlined above.
  3. Attach ribbon to card by tucking edges of ribbon underneath edge and ensuring they are covered up on the flip side.
  4. Stamp a butterfly on Whisper White - one each of Blushing Bride, Concord Crush and Peach Parfait – and punch out with Butterfly Punch and put aside. Attach to card base using Stampin' Dimensionals.
  5. Top off each butterfly with a Basic Rhinestone.
Cards that wow don't have to be complicated or time consuming. Simple and elegant techniques like this one can take things to the next level without a lot of extra steps! Try it today :)

Sunday, November 7, 2010

Stampin' Up! Christmas Wish List

I filled out a list and checked it twice. A gift of stamps would really be nice.

It’s just the right size, a perfect fit. Anything on this list, I’d love to get.

And if you’d like, Roxane can even wrap my gift too. See how easy I’ve made this for you!

No need to go out, just stay at home. And contact Roxane by
e-mail or phone.

Avoid all the traffic, and highway ramps,

Just sit back, relax…and order me some STAMPS!!

Candy Wrapper Stocking Stuffer

With every new catalog, it is fun to see what new products are available for the Big Shot. The Holiday Mini included a number of new products, including the super cute Candy Wrapper Bigz Die (120890). It will make a perfect stocking stuffer, table favour, or wrapping for a tiny gift this holiday season! It's important with this die that you read the instructions that come with it and fold along all the score lines before you put it together! It takes a minute to "get" the idea, but once you do, these go together in a snap!

Step by Step Directions

  1. Fold along all score lines, and ensure you fold them backward and forward. Assemble using Sticky strip to hold together and then twist.
  2. Stamp "Dec 25" on Whisper White in Cherry Cobbler Classic Ink and punch out with Decorative Label. Stamp "do not" greeting in Blushing Bride Classic Ink and punch out with 1 inch Circle Punch.
  3. Attach Dec 25th greeting to assembled box with SNAIL. Attach do not greeting with a Stampin' Dimensional.
Run Northern Frost decorative strip through the Big Shot with a piece of Blushing Bride Cardstock. Set glimmer brad through centre of snowflake and attach with a Stampin' Dimensional.

Stampin' Up Supply List

  • Stamps: Tags Til Christmas (W120847/C121169)
  • Ink: Blushing Bride (119786), Cherry Cobbler (119669)Classic Ink
  • Paper: Cherry Cobbler (111348), Blushing Bride (119796), Whisper White Cardstock (100730)
  • Accessories: In Color Glimmer Brads (121005), Stampin' Dimensionals (104430), SNAIL (104332), Sticky Strip (104294)
  • Tools: Big Shot Die Cutting System(113439), Candy Wrapper Bigz Die (120890), Northern Frost Decorative Strip (120901)
The Big Shot offers so many great little boxes that can add some style to your holidays. To order any of the supplies for this project you can shop online 24/7 by visiting my store HERE!

Sunday, October 24, 2010

Holiday Bundles at 20% OFF

20% off Holiday Bundles
October 19th to December 16th, 2010

Vintage Christmas Bundle #124067 wood $29.96
Vintage Christmas Bundle #124068 clear $24.36

Contempo Christmas Card Bundle #124071 wood $25.96
Contempo Christmas Card Bundle #124072 clear $21.96

Tags Til Christmas Bundle #124077 wood $49.52
Tags Til Christmas Bundle #124078 clear $41.52

Gift Packaging Bundle #124083 wood $31.92
Gift Packaging Bundle #124084 clear $24.72


Simply Adorned Gift Bundle #124076 $52.32

Frame Gift Bundle #124075 $23.12

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Project of the Week: Got Treats Halloween Box

When it comes to cute holiday treats for occasions including Halloween, Christmas, Birthdays and Valentine's day, a great go-to stamp set is Got Treats (W119144/C120627). This cute set is perfect for any little treat you'd like to share for the holidays. Here it has been paired with the Fancy Favor Box Die for the Big Shot to create a fun treat holder.

Step by Step Directions

  1. Cut paper as follows:
    1. Old Olive piece for Fancy Favor box – 6 x 12
    2. Whisper White scrap for stamped image
    3. Rich Razzleberry scrap for punched mat for image
    4. Basic Black scraps for three punched bats
  2. Run Old Olive piece through the Big Shot using the Fancy Favor Die and then assemble according to instructions using Sticky Strip.
  3. Take markers and color pumpkin image using Rich Razzleberry, Old Olive and Pumpkin Pie Stampin' Write markers. Huff to re-wet image and then stamp on Whisper White. Punch out with Decorative Label punch.Add googly eyes to pumpkin using Mini Glue Dots.
  4. Punch out another Decorative Label out of Rich Razzleberry cardstock. Cut in half and trim to layer behind stamped image. Attach mat to stamped image with SNAIL. Attach to box with Stampin' Dimensionals.
  5. Punch three bats from Basic Black cardstock. Attach one to front with a Stampin' Dimensional.
  6. Attach one bat to each side using SNAIL.
  7. Using Sticky Strip attach ribbon handle to inside of box.
  8. Set brad through bat on the side and handle, and butterfly on the back. Repeat on the other side.
Stampin' Up Supply List
  • Stamps: Got Treats (W119114/C120627)
  • Ink: Rich Razzleberry Stampin Write Marker (120970), Old Olive Stampin Write Marker (100079),Pumpkin Pie Stampin Write Marker (105115)
  • Paper: Whisper White (100730), Old Olive (119334), Rich Razzleberry (115316), Basic Black (121045)
  • Accessories: Brights Brads (119740), Basic Black Striped Grosgrain (115615), Sticky Strip (104294), Mini Glue Dots (103683), SNAIL (104332), Stampin' Dimensionals (104430)
  • Tools: Big Shot Die Cutting System(113439), Fancy Favor Box (115965), Bitty Bat Punch (119279), Decorative Label Punch (120907)
With Got Treats in your stash you have all your holiday treat giving needs covered. To order this set, you can shop online 24/7 by clicking here.

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Technique of the Week: Versamark Resist


This week's technique, Versamark Resist, lets you create a lot of different looks with a few basic supplies.

Stampin' Up Supply List

  • Stamps: Autumn Splendor (116503), Thank You Kindly (111700)
  • Ink: Cherry Cobbler (119669), More Mustard (103162), Early Espresso (119670), Cajun Craze (119671), Versamark (102283)
  • Paper: Very Vanilla Cardstock (101650), Crumb Cake (120953), More Mustard (100946), Early Espresso (119686), Cherry Cobbler (119685), Glossy Cardstock (102599)
  • Accessories: SNAIL (104332), Stampin' Dimensionals (104430)
  • Tools: Sponges (101610)
Cardstock Dimensions for this Project

  • Early Espresso
    • 5x10
  • Crumb Cake
    • 5x3
  • Glossy Cardstock
    • Image for stamping 3x3
  • Cherry Cobbler
    • 3.25x3.25
  • More Mustard
    • 3.5x3.5
Technique Directions

  1. Stamp image as desired with Versamark on Glossy Cardstock.
  2. Sponge classic ink over top as desired. The stamped images will resist the ink. Layer multiple colors for a rich effect.
Finishing Touches

  1. Take card base and fold in half.
  2. Gently tear Crumb Cake piece and attach to card base with SNAIL. Stamp greeting in Early Espresso as shown.
  3. Affix stamped panel to Cherry Cobbler and More Mustard pieces with SNAIL. Attach to card with Stampin' Dimensionals.
With dynamic techniques such as this one, keeping the card simple lets the technique stand out! This technique can easily be adapted to create many, many different looks.


Monday, October 11, 2010

Day of Gratitude Card Using Emboss Resist Technique


Emboss Resist, enables you to get a wide variety of looks with some basic heat embossing, sponges and classic ink.

Stampin' Up Supply List

  • Stamps: Day of Gratitude (W120835/C121148)
  • Ink: Rich Razzleberry (115658), Pumpkin Pie (105216), Versamark (102283)
  • Paper: Very Vanilla Cardstock (101650), Rich Razzleberry (115316)
  • Accessories: Antique Brads (117273), Rich Razzleberry 1/8 Taffeta Ribbon (119259), Stampin Sponges (101610), Champagne Mist Shimmer Paint (116806), Gold Embossing Powder (109129), SNAIL (104332), Stampin' Dimensionals (104430)
  • Tools: Big Shot Die Cutting System (113439), Petals a Plenty Textured Impressions Embossing Folder (116824), Heat Tool(100005), Paper Snips (103579), Paper Piercer (161631)
  • Other: Spray Bottle, Rubbing Alcohol

Cardstock Dimensions for this Project

  • Rich Razzleberry
    • Card Base: 4.25 x 4.25
    • Embossed Piece: 2.75 x 4.25
  • Very Vanilla
    • Piece for embossing
Technique Directions

  1. Emboss medallion image from Day of Gratitude with Gold Embossing Powder on Very Vanilla cardstock.
  2. Sponge Rich Razzleberry classic around the edge, and Pumpkin Pie in the centre of the image.
  3. Take a Kleenex to wipe any extra ink off embossed detail.
Bonus Techniques – Shimmer Paint Spray

  1. Place rubbing alcohol in a small spray bottle.
  2. Add 5-6 drops of Shimmer Paint and shake well.
  3. Spray embossed panel with shimmer paint mixture.
Finishing Touches

  1. Take card base and fold in half.
  2. On bottom right corner stamp greeting as shown in Rich Razzleberry.
  3. Run 2.75 x 4.25 Rich Razzleberry panel through Big Shot with Petals A Plenty Embossing Folder. Spray with shimmer paint mixture and set aside to dry.
  4. Cut out emboss resist medallion with paper snips and set antique brad in the middle.
  5. Attach embossed piece to the card base with SNAIL.
  6. Affix Rich Razzleberry ribbon along the seam under the embossed piece with SNAIL, cut off edges so they are square with the edge.
  7. Attach medallion with Stampin' Dimensionals as shown.
Emboss resist offers you the ability to create dramatically different looks depending on the embossing powder and ink you use. With a different color combination, this stamp set can easily be used for multiple seasons.

Saturday, October 9, 2010

Stamp Set of the Month Class - Contempo Christmas

Contempo Christmas - Stamp Set of the Month Class
Tuesday, October 26th - 7:30pm - 9:00pm
RSVP by October 12th

Each month, a different featured stamp set is used to make 4 beautiful cards. For the month of October, we will be using the Contempo Christmas stamp set. You will also get ½ pack of Jolly Holiday Designer Paper.


COST: Pay $35 for clear-mount* OR $40 for wood mount stamp set
          Pay $20 for the class only

*If you do not already own a clear block (D), I can order one for you at an additional cost of $11.50 + s/h & taxes

Please RSVP before October 12th to ensure that you receive your stamp set on time for the class. Payment must also be received by October 12th.

Accepted methods of payment: Cheque, cash, email transfer or Paypal (a $2 fee applies)

Email me to register before Tuesday, October 12th!

Only 9 days left to get a FREE Tote with a Stampin' Up Starter Kit!

There are only 9 days left to take advantage of the great Greenhouse Gala Craft Tote offer when you join Stampin’ Up! to take advantage of the amazing benefits and discounts exclusive to Demos. You can customize either starter kit and save up to 40% in product for only $215.00, no tax or shipping! Watch these videos to learn some great techniques to use with your new product.

Have any questions about the techniques, the starter kit or how to become a demonstrator?  Email me and I will gladly answer all of your questions : )