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Eclipse Card Making Technique

Eclipse Card Making Technique
Hello Friends,

If you are looking for a Wow Technique that's simple to do, try the Eclipse Card Making Technique the next time you make a card. It's a technique that's sure to impress your friends and family.  For today's Easter Card I used the Bloom by Bloom stamp set and the Cross of Hope Framelits Dies.  In the past, I've used word dies, alphabet dies, number dies and punches to do the Eclipse Card Making Technique.  Learn more about this easy technique in this video tutorial that I made last year.  

Eclipse Card Making Technique

I love the bright spring flowers with the inlaid cross.  Its such a bright cheerful combination for an Easter Card.  I used Pineapple Punch, Coastal Cabana, Lemon Lime Twist, and Calypso Coral Inks to make today's card.


Eclipse Card Making Technique

Have you tried the Eclipse Card Making Technique yet?

 

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 Newfeichtsiggy


Eclipse Card Making Technique
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How to Make Bunny Treat Holders

Bunny Treat Holder by Robin Feicht
Bunny Treat Holder by Robin Feicht

 

Hello Friends,

With Easter coming up next month, I thought that you might enjoy a tutorial on How to make these sweet Bunny Treat Holders.  The bunny so reminds me of Beatrice Potter's Peter Rabbit who lost his jacket and in Mr. McGregor's garden.  Would you like to see how these are made?

 

You'll notice that these Bunny Treat Holders are quite quick and easy to make.  I plan to make a batch of them for my grandchildren for Easter.  I've listed the supplies needed at the end of this blog post if you would like to make some too.

Learn to Make Bunny Treat Holders with Robin Feicht
Learn to Make Bunny Treat Holders

The tail is super duper easy to do, plus it really adds to the cuteness factor of this project.

 

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Have a fabulous day,

 Newfeichtsiggy

How to Make Bunny Treat Holders with Robin Feicht
Bunny Treat Holder

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4 Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Guest Designers

 

Hello Friends,

It's always fun to see what paper crafts your friends are making.  Every month, we offer a team swap.  It's always fun to see what the other Stampin' Up! Demonstrators on our team are making.  There's so much talent and so many creative projects.  Of course, there's also prizes and recognition for Sales and Promotions within our team.  You're going to love them projects made by this month's Guest Designers. 

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This adorable Bunny Totes were designed by Lori Ballitch, a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator and team member from Mansfield, Ohio.  Gingham Gala Designer Paper and the Best Bunny stamp set played key roles in making these sweet Bunny Totes just in time for Easter.


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Toni Arnold, a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator and team member from Butler, Ohio made this beautiful friends card in a pretty classic color combination of Lovely Lipstick, Basic Black, Whisper White and Old Olive.  Her featured product are the Painted Seasons stamp set and the Botanical Butterfly Designer Series Paper.


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Tara Griffin, a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator and Team Member from Kissimmee, Florida created this sharp Anniversary card with the To have & to Hold stamp set.  Didn't see do a lovely job coloring?


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And Crystal Cleveland, a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator and Team Member from Marengo, Ohio this sharp "Life may not be the Party...we might as well dance" card featuring the Beautiful You stamp set, Petal Promenade DSP and the Corrugated Dynamic Impressions Embossing Folder.

Beautiful Projects, Ladies!

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If Paper Crafting is part of your life, then becoming a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator really makes sense.

Why Become a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator?

  • Make extra income to use for a vacation, make a car payment, use towards a remodeling projects, etc... and do it while sharing what you love, Paper Crafting!
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plus the Exclusive Craft & Carry Tote (valued at $50) for just $129!

 

Both Hobby Stampers and Business Minded Stampers 

are all welcome and valued members of  my Team, The Ink-Spirations.

Most Frequently Asked Question About Joining Stampin' Up!

and The Ink-Spirations as a Demonstrator

Do I have to sell or hold workshops and classes?

Short answer:  No

There's no pressure to sell in order to enjoy the benefits of being a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.  In fact, approximately 80% of all Stampin' Up! Demonstrators are "Hobby Demonstrators".  Meaning they simply want to enjoy the discount and other demonstrator perks.  That's perfectly okay.  But if you would like to make it more, that's okay too!  If you love Paper Crafts, being a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator is certainly a fun way to earn extra income for family fun.  Either way, I would love to have you join my Stampin' Up! Team!

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Give me call (419-560-5014) and we'll set aside a time to chat.

 

 

Have a fabulous day,

 Newfeichtsiggy