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So Hoppy Together Card & Sampler

So Hoppy Together Stampin' Up!

Hello Friends,

If we are open to it, the smallest things can jump start the creative process for a hand stamped card, Scrapbook layout or even Home Decor.  Today's projects started with a scrap from a project from this weekends Open House.  I cut out small stitched rectangles for a card we are making.  That's when I noticed the interesting remnant that was destined to become first a Card and then a Sampler.


Paper Crafts with Robin Feicht

Here's the piece that started it all.  I cut 3 Rectangles from a scrap of Coastal Cabana Card Stock with my Rectangle Stitched Framelits Dies and this is what was left over.


Sampler Paper Crafts

For some reason I simply couldn't stop at a card today.  After the card, I went on to make this Sampler.  A Sampler is basically a 3-D Scrapbook Layout.  Plus, it fun to every now and then go beyond card making and use Craft Room Supplies to make beautiful and a memorable Home Decor piece.

Both my card and my Sampler use 3 FREE Sale-a-Bration products.  They are So Hoppy Together Stamp Set, Part of My Story stamp set and Botanical Butterfly Designer Series Paper.  Note:  I chose to use the Black and White sides of the Botanical Butterfly rather the colorful print side.  If you haven't heard, for every $50 or $100 you spend during Stampin’ Up! Sale-a-Bration promotion (January 3, 2019-March 31, 2019), select a FREE GIFT!  


So Hoppy Together Stampin' Up!

I also used the Be Mine Framelits Dies from the Occasions Catalog for both my Card and my Sampler.  I branched out with other products to complete my Sampler.  Scroll down to the bottom of this post for a complete list of supplies used on today's projects.  Because I went with a Black and White Color Theme with just a pop of color, my only ink was Tuxedo Black Momento ink.  My pop of color is Lemon Lime Twist and Coastal Cabana which I added with die cuts.

 

Have a fabulous day,

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So Hoppy Together Sampler by Robin Feicht

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Good-Bye Stamps

Kitchen Cabinet wreath by Robin Feicht

Hello Friends,

Merry Christmas!  With Christmas just a few short days away, I wanted to take the time to wish you a very Merry Christmas.  I'll be taking the next 4 days off to visit family and friends.  I'll see you again on Wednesday.

To wrap up our holiday products, I thought that I would share one final Christmas Decorating project that's oh so easy and give one final salute to some of my Retiring Holiday Favorites.  These products will only be available for short time longer (until January 2 or WHILE SUPPLIES LAST).  Now about my last Christmas Decorating project for 2018, I made these little wreaths yesterday to hang on my Kitchen Cabinets.  They were super simple and quick to make.  I found pine garland at the Dollar Tree.  The garland already looked like mini wreaths, so I left it just as it was and wired on red bows that I found on clearance at Lowes.  For the final step, I hot glued striped burlap trim to the top and hung.

Retiring Holiday Favorites

 

Beautiful Blizzard Stampin' Up!

See Beautiful Blizzard Project details here.

 


Candy Cane Season Stampin' Up!

Oh how I love the sweet candy cane and bow from the Candy Cane Season stamps.  See card details here.

 
Spirited Snowmen Stampin' Up!

 

Who can resist the Spirited Snowmen with their loving snowmen, Skating Snowman and happy, dancing snowman?  Card Details

 

Illuminated Christmas Stampin' Up!

Good-Bye to Illuminated Christmas.  If you are looking for fabulous Christmas sentiments, the Illuminated Christmas stamp set is for you.  Card Details.

 

ALTOIDS Gift Card Holder by Robin Feicht

I love, love, love the Sweetly Stitched dies.  I'm so sad to see these die go.  See Gift Card Holder Details Here.  They work well for Christmas, but...

Happy Birthday Gorgeous Stampin' Up!

the present and the heart will work across the seasons.  Get Details here.

 

Have a fabulous day,

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Handcrafted Christmas Ornament

Wisemen Still Seek Him Handcrafted Ornament

Hello Friends,

We all know that we can use the adorable Mini Pizza Boxes for giving small food and treat gifts, but did you know that they also make cute Christmas ornaments?  I recently saw the cutest little Farmhouse Ornament made by Tina Zinck and thought that it was quite the clever Idea.  I naturally wanted to come up with my own Robin original ornament, so I pulled out my mini pizza boxes and made this Wise Men Still Seek Him Christmas Ornament with my Hometown Greetings Edgelits dies.  

Handcrafted Christmas Ornament Tips

I cut the window with my largest Layering Squares die. 

My background and box edge are covered with Night of Navy papers from the Twinkle Twinkle Designer Series Paper.

I backed my town windows with Gold Foil Paper and heat embossed "Wise Men Still Seek Him" with a stamp from the Illuminated Christmas stamp set and Gold Embossing Powder.

For snow, I scooped on Shimmery White Embossing Paste.  Tip: Putting on the embossing paste is a lot like frosting a cake.

And finally,  I attached my gingham bow and Gold sequin hanger with my handy, dandy hot glue gun.

For a complete clickable link product list scroll down and to see Tina's Farmhouse ornament that inspired me, click here.

 

Have a fabulous day,

 Newfeichtsiggy

 

 

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