Monday, May 21, 2018

Guy Greetings Card Kit!

Hello!  I finished my next card kit samples a few days ago and just now getting them ready for you to see!  Since Father's Day is in June and I always hear ladies asking for guy card ideas, I thought it was a great idea to make a "guy" set.  Last month I gave with the kit, sentiments stamped out so that you could have the choice of what occasion the cards would be for and could adhere these to the insides to complete them.  I am going with that idea again because I know not everyone needs Father's Day cards.  I think mainly guy cards are for birthdays or Father's Day so I will be including 3 each of two different sentiments. ( See photo below.)  One note, if you need other sentiments, let me know, I am sure I have whatever you need, as I have a lot of sentiment stamps!  Of course, envelopes are included with your kit!  The cost for the kits where you color and assemble is $22 + $5 shipping.  If you would rather me put them together for you, that cost is $25 + $5 shipping.  I wish I could get the shipping costs down, but unfortunately, it is, what it is.  You can send me a check or use your credit card to send payment by Paypal..  Okay, it is time for you to check out the cards!  Enjoy!

This first one uses a stamp I have used before, but he makes me smile.  On this one I just had to paper piece his apron...so cute!


And the second one, gives me a chuckle for sure!  Last month I used the old lady gardener, this month we have the guy one!  Howdy Hoe!!

 
If you took my classes, this third card will be similar to one I taught in class, just somewhat of a simpler version.  I really wanted to do another idea with the tools.  After all, I only have about 40 cards pinned on Pinterest of ideas!  But in the end, I couldn't resist repeating a favorite idea! 

The view on the backside of the card ...


I found some nice baseball paper that I thought would be great for a baseball card.  I really didn't know how to create a baseball, but I do now!  And so will you, as I will be including a very easy tutorial.  One other note, yesterday I showed the cards to some ladies at church, and they thought the card was a vertical one ... well yes, it could be, but I planned it to be horizontal, as shown!  Whatever, lol!

 
And last but not least, for card #5, a little fishing owl!  Of course!  Love how this one came out.  I even like the fish paper, even though the images on it would be better smaller!  It still works!


And the sentiments for the insides ...
 


 
This next photo shows the way I finish all the cards on the insides, so these panels are included too.
 
 
The kits will be ready to go in the mail by next Tuesday, May 29th!  That will still give you two full weeks before Father's Day to get them done.   I make all at one time, so once they are gone, they are gone.  Make sure you get on the "I want one" (or more) list! Here are ways to get ahold of me ... Email, stamperfw@aol.com Phone, 817-938-7754 (phone or text), or FB Messenger.
One thing I am starting to get more special orders of cards that people need.  So, remember that if you need a card that maybe you don't have an idea for, don't have time, or don't have the stamps or dies that will work, let me do it for YOU!  You still have a choice whether you want it in kit form so it is handmade by you, or if you want me to make it for you.  Either way, I appreciate the opportunity!
Happy Stamping!
Tina


 
 

Thursday, April 12, 2018

BLOOM Card Kit!

Hello!  I have my next card kit samples ready to show you!  I am calling this one BLOOM, as all the cards have kinda of a garden theme.  I am using some 6 x 6 pads I picked up at the Scrapbook Expo.  But even though the designer papers came from one pad, the cards have such different looks.  As I was creating them, I am thinking we have beautiful, sweet, funny, pretty and cute!  Yes, 5 cards in the kit!  All the cards would be perfect for many occasions including Mother's Day.  Knowing not everyone needs Mother's Day cards, I came up with another solution.  I will be including several different stamped sentiments that you can adhere inside the cards to complete it.  (See photo below.)  And of course, envelopes are included too!  The cost for the kit where you color and assemble is $22 + $5 shipping.  If you would rather me put them together for you, that cost is $27 + $5 shipping.  I wish I could get the shipping costs down, but unfortunately, it is, what it is.  You can send me a check or use your credit card to send payment by Paypal..  Okay, all that is left is for you to check out the cards!  I love how they came out and I hope you do too.  Enjoy!


Beautiful!
 
Sweet!
 
Funny!
 
Pretty!
 
Cute!
 
Typical Complete Inside
 
You will get 2 of each of the 4 stamped sentiments!
 
If there is another sentiment you will need, just ask.  I own so many sentiment stamps it would make your head roll!  LOL!  The kits will be ready to go in the mail by next Friday, the 20th!  I make all at one time, so once they are gone, they are gone.  Make sure you get on the "I want one" (or more) list! Here are ways to get ahold of me ... Email, stamperfw@aol.com Phone, 817-938-7754 (phone or text), or FB Messenger.

One thing I am starting to get more special orders of cards that people need.  So, remember that if you need a card that maybe you don't have an idea for, don't have time, or don't have the stamps or dies that will work, let me do it for YOU!  You still have a choice whether you want it in kit form so it is handmade by you, or if you want me to make it for you.  Either way, I appreciate the opportunity!

I have many more card kit ideas and hope to work on more of them after this set is done.  Plus, I see on my computer, there are still cards that I made last year that I haven't shared.  I don't know why I never think about taking time to write blog posts except when I have something to sell.  Need to work on that!

See you soon!
Happy Stamping!
Tina



Sunday, March 11, 2018

Easter Cards Kit Share!

Hello!  I am back!!  I have a life update for you which I will add at the bottom of this post, but first, I want to share some exciting news.  I have decided to make monthly card kits to sell!  They will be less crazy type fold cards and more easy to put together type cards so that you don't have to feel like you can't do them without me.  The sets will likely be based on a theme, like the first one is Easter.  Now, I know Easter is only three weeks away, but I promise, if you want a kit, they will be in the mail to YOU by Wednesday, which will you give you two weeks to assemble and time for you to mail them. My first set is 5 cards.  And they are 5 complete cards, which means that the insides have panels including stamped sentiments.  I am even including envelopes.  Just like my classes, all the panels are cut, pieces are die cut and stamped. All that is left is for you to do is color and assemble.  A couple of the cards have some simple cutting around a stamped image. Don't like to cut? Let me know and I will do it for you.  Cost is $22.00 + $5.00 shipping. I plan to get an Etsy shop open soon, so that can help you if you want to pay with a credit card. But for this month, you can pay me thru paypal or send me a check. And yes, photos of the cards are below!  Enjoy!












Want to order a kit?  Just contact me.  The best way is to email me at stamperfw@aol.com or call or text me at 817-938-7754. Or if you usually contact me thru Facebook messenger, that will work too.  I am making a limited number of kits, so when they are gone, they are gone.  I just need to know if you want one so I can get them in the mail.  Or if you want two kits, then you will pay just one shipping fee.  Thanks in advance!

Now, I did promise a life update ... I am back looking for work.  I was working for the post office in Tyler.  I gave it my all and I did my best, but for several reasons, I realized it wasn't the best fit for me.  One of the reasons, for sure, was the fact that I was too tired to open the craft room door, let alone make a card!  I did not stamp one thing for three whole months.  That is just wrong.  I need to have some kind of job that has a schedule so I can do some planning, make some kits, as opposed to always being on call.  I also need to be a little closer to home, to not be adding so many miles on my car  Anyway, just say a little prayer that the right job comes my way!  And celebrate me being creative again!

Happy Stamping!
Tina


Thursday, November 2, 2017

November Class Share!

Hello!  I told you last week I would be back on Monday if I found out I could teach my November class.  I found out it was a "go", but didn't get it on here.  You know how it is when you start a job and have to get adjusted to new hours.  I have always been a night owl and that is a time when I craft but when you are getting up at 5ish, that late night stuff gets squashed!  Here's is the deal.  I have taken a job at USPS for a rural postal carrier out of Tyler (which is an hour away).  I know this is going to be a hard job starting out until I "get it".  But, the money will be good and I need that after not working for a quite a few months.  November 11th is a USPS holiday plus, still training, I will have that day to teach!  I decided it would be best for me to move my December type class to November and  not teach in December.  I still want to teach next year, but I guess at this point, I think it is best to get past Christmas and then see what kind of hours I will have in January to figure out when I could maybe teach. 

The Crafty Scrapper got in this line of stamps with dies that create flaps on your card, so I am teaching it in this class with a card and a tag and then I added two more tags.  Well, the last one is actually a tag in a tag!  I also have a surprise bonus planned for the class takers.  Let me show you the card, with it's many inside flaps and the tags.  Enjoy! 


 
For the card, the lift up flaps are all on the inside.  Here is how it looks when you open the card. 
 
 
  It is kinda hard to see above but there is a tab above the sentiment where the recipient will pull the flap and they see ...
 
 
This flap goes to the left and you see...
 
 
Another flap ... then to the right to see the last sentiment!  (Excuse my fingers in these photos!)
 
 
How fun!  I just couldn't stop there and decided to also do a tag to show another flap idea ...

 
 

Next photo shows what is under the top flap...

 
The bottom flap ...
 
 
And the center flap ...Too Cute!
 

Here is the view from the back.  Must have a place to add your own message!
 
 
Next tag is a tag with sliding movement ...
 
 
And the backside for your message ...
 
 
The last tag is the tag in a tag.  The main tag has a pocket to place the pull out tag...

 
 
Here is the front side of the tag pulled out ...
 
 
And the backsides!
 

Here is the class description.  I really hope you can come!
             
Christmas Three Tags and a Card!  Saturday November 11th 2:30 p.m. $28
In this class you will create three tags, a card and a surprise bonus. Inky Antics has a new die set to create fun flaps.  We will be using these dies to create a fun card and a creative tag.  Next, is a circle tag with a slider mechanism and lastly is a tag that fits inside a pocket tag.  Please bring adhesive to include 1/8" scor-tape, pop up dots, or foam tape, detailed scissors, and your preferred coloring medium.  (Copics used: card 2: R11, R22, BG32, G02, C0, card 3: R27, YG17, YG25, BG10, B00, C5/C7, Y11, card 4: E57, E50, E31)  All other supplies provided.

Happy Stamping!
Tina

Saturday, October 28, 2017

You are Tie-rific!

Hello!  Today's creation was an add on to my May Class.  Enjoy!
 
 


As you can see, this business envelope is transformed into a perfect size treat bag for your man that likes chocolate.  Here is what you do... Seal the envelope and then cut about 1/4" off one end.  Cut about 1 1/8" down on the front layer right in the middle.  And fold down  to create what looks like a collar.  Cut a tie shape from pattern paper and glue under the collar.  For some depth, I cut the "knot of the tie" again and popped up over the tie shape.  A brad makes for a nice tie tack.  Add a sentiment strip and you are done!  Easy Peasy!

Happy Stamping!
Tina

Friday, October 27, 2017

Spring Carousel 10 Pocket Mini!

Hello!  Yesterday, I felt embarrassed that I had not shown you graduation projects from May and June.  Well, today's project is from April!  So even worse.  I taught this at the Spring Carousel at The Crafty Scrapper.  Better late than never ... enjoy!
 
 


The little book opens up to reveal 10 pockets!  Next photos show both the front side and the back side all opened up!


 
Happy Stamping!
Tina

Thursday, October 26, 2017

Graduation 2017 for My Granddaughter!

Hello!  I am embarrassed to say that I am only behind 5 months in showing you the creations that were made for my granddaughter's high school graduation.  At least they are on here now, right?  First up, shows a few different views of the box card I made for her.  The pocket in the back held her "cash" Enjoy!
 



Next, is her graduation hat which she brought to me a few months before for me to decorate.  I did the decoration on black glitter cardstock and then added Velcro on her actual hat, in case it needed to be removed.  Here is the decorated hat... enjoy!



Her school colors are black and yellow but I wanted a third color and I went with red, because she likes red!  The next photo shows her in a row of others with pretty hats!


And then you have a photo of my beautiful granddaughter holding the hat!


Her birthday was about a month later, so I printed out a bunch of photos and went to work on making something to "house" them.  I decided an explosion box would be fun!  I made the box to look like a graduation hat ...
 
 
 My thought was to add her actual tassel to the button on top.  But it was bigger than my box!  Oh well!  Here is a close up view of the side ...

 
 I can't tell how many times in one of my classes, I have spoke about one of the fancy cards and saying how the recipient will go "wow" when they open it.  Well, this happened just like that.  It was so cool!  And the best feeling in the world!  So the next photo shows how it "exploded" out when the lid came off ...


Here is a nice close up of the center ... 
 
 
 Next photo shows you how the next layer of photos would be seen ...

 
 The last layer of photos was behind these instructions on all 4 sides.  Thanks Lawn Fawn for making useful stamps!

 
 And then, completely open ...

 
 Happy Stamping!
 Tina
 


 
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