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Send some Love

 

There are so many wonderful samples available in our Annual catalog and as I was browsing for some inspiration, I came across this card.  It’s simple but conveys a very important message.   We are in the last quarter of what has been a crazy year, and many of us are stressed out and continue to struggle with the new “normal”.  It’s so easy to lose sight of any positivity, and that’s just not healthy.  It’s more important than ever to reach out and let other’s know that you care about them.  A little note sent to someone unexpectedly may just be the boost that someone desperately needs!

This card can be created with just a few supplies and you can definitely just use what you have on hand.  But I particularly love the stamp set, Comfort and Hope, because it has some amazing sentiments.  And the images are perfect for anyone.  The card above is made using our Notecards with Envelopes (20 cards w/envelopes) which is smaller in size than a regular card, so you don’t really need to do a lot of stamping to send a heartfelt message.  And you can send 20 messages of love with one package 🙂

 

COMFORT & HOPE CLING STAMP SET

I hope you’ll decide to send some love today!

Happy Stamping,

Toni

Below you will find the supplies used to make the card above, or you can click on this link to see everything – https://s.tamp.in/oO3Xm6

 

CARD BASE SIZE: Notecard

STAMPS

152509 – Stamp Set Cling Comfort & Hope

PAPER

100730 – Cardstock 8-1/2″ X 11″ Whisper White

131202 – Cardstock 8-1/2″ X 11″ Smoky Slate

150880 – Cardstock 8-1/2″ X 11″ Pretty Peacock

152483 – Paper Designer Series Peony Garden

INK

147113 – Classic Stampin’ Pad Smoky Slate

149165 – Classic Stampin’ Pad Basic Gray

150083 – Classic Stampin’ Pad Pretty Peacock

TOOLS

104430 – Stampin’ Dimensionals

144668 – Punch Everyday Label

152813 – Stampin’ Seal EMBELLISHMENTS

153622 – Bumblebee 2020–2022 In Color Ribbon

 

 

 

 

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In The Pines Project #2 – Adventure Awaits

Continuing on with the In The Pines Bundle, this card uses similar products that were used in the card I posted yesterday, with the exception of the Circle Dies.  So you can get a totally different look with the same products!  The Two-Step Stampin’ images combined with the coordinating dies help you to create quick cards.

ADVENTURE AWAITS CARD
4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″ (10.8 x 14 cm)

1. Stamp solid tree image in Garden Green ink on Whisper White Cardstock after stamping off one time. Stamp the detailed tree on top of the solid image. Die-cut the stamped solid tree using the open tree die.
2. Stamp the sentiment in Garden Green ink on a 2-1/2″ x 3/4″ (6.4 x 1.9 cm) piece of Whisper White Cardstock. Stamp speckles on the sentiment in Garden Green ink, stamping off one time. Cut both ends of the sentiment on a diagonal.
3. Die cut the tree silhouette in the middle of a 3″ x 4-1/2″ (7.6 x 11.4 cm) piece of Designer Series Paper. Adhere the die-cut Designer Series Paper to the Whisper White card base.
4. Adhere the die-cut tree to the Designer Series Paper using Stampin’ Dimensionals.
5. Adhere a looped piece of 15″ (38.1 cm) Gold 1/16″ (1.6 mm) Trim to the card front.
6. Layer the sentiment over a piece of 3″ x 1/2″ (7.6 x 1.3 cm) Pacific Point Cardstock. Adhere the sentiment to the card front using Stampin’ Dimensionals.

PRODUCTS USED:
In the Pines Bundle; Beautiful World Stamp Set; Pacific Point and
Whisper White Cardstock; Brights 6″ x 6″ (15.2 x 15.2 cm) Designer Series Paper; Garden Green Classic Stampin’ Pad; Forever Greenery Trim Combo Pack; Stampin’ Dimensionals

Click on the card sample photo above (or click on this link – https://s.tamp.in/xZ6lsJ) for the products used to make this card.

Happy Stamping!

Toni

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In The Pines – Life’s A Beautiful Journey

This week I’d like to focus on the In The Pines Bundle. This bundle is perfect for the holidays but can be used for so many other occasions! Here’s a great example of a card that’s perfect for congratulations, wedding, encouragement, etc.

 

BEAUTIFUL JOURNEY CARD
5-1/2″ x 4-1/4″

1. Stamp the sentiment in Bermuda Bay ink on a 2-3/4″ x 1-1/16″ (4.4 x 2.7 cm) piece of Whisper White Cardstock, then cut into a banner shape.
2. Stamp the three solid trees in Garden Green ink (stamp off one time for each tree) on a separate piece of Whisper White Cardstock. Stamp the tree details on top of the solid tree images.
3. Die cut all three stamped trees.
4. Stamp speckles on Whisper White Cardstock in Garden Green ink. For depth, stamp off some speckles to create a two-tone effect. Die cut the hillside.
5. Adhere the stamped hillside to Designer Series Paper, then cut out a circle using the 3″ (7.6 cm) circle from the Layering Circles Dies.
6. Adhere trees and sentiment to the circle. Adhere the circle to the Pacific Point card base using Stampin’ Dimensionals.
7. Cut a 10″ piece of Gold 1/16″ (1.6 mm) Trim and tie a bow. Adhere the bow to the card.

 

PRODUCTS USED:
In the Pines Bundle; Beautiful World Stamp Set; Pacific Point and
Whisper White Cardstock; Brights 6″ x 6″ (15.2 x 15.2 cm) Designer Series Paper; Bermuda Bay and Garden Green Classic Stampin’ Pads®; Forever Greenery Trim Combo Pack; Stampin’ Dimensionals®; Layering Circles Dies

Just click on the card photo above (or this link – https://s.tamp.in/CahYbY) to purchase the items used for this card 🙂  And be sure to use the Host Code below, you’ll receive a free gift from me for placing an online order!!

 

Follow my blog to see more examples of the In The Pines bundle that I’ll be posting this week.

 

Happy Stamping!

Toni

 

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NC Demo’s September Blog Hop – All Things Fall!

I could NOT be any happier about this month’s theme, All Things Fall 🙂  This is my absolute favorite time of the year.  It’s my birthday month, and yes, I try to celebrate ALL MONTH, lol!  This year we actually took a couple of days and stayed at the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, NC.  It was so nice to get away and the change of scenery was very much needed!

You may have just hopped over from Jo Anne Hewins blog, wasn’t her project amazing?  She always does amazing work!  I have to admit, I have a LOT of Fall themed stamp sets.  I always purchase the new offerings when they come out, I just can’t help myself!  We have some amazing sets in our Aug – Dec Mini catalog, but the set I used for the main part of this card is actually found in our Annual Catalog, it’s called Arrange a Wreath.  This set of stamps and dies is so versatile!  It covers several holiday themes, Valentines. Spring/Easter, Fall, and Christmas.  For my card this month, I actually only used one stamp from the set, but several of the dies.  The sentiment for my card comes from the Celebrations Tidings stamp set (Aug-Dec Mini Catalog).  And while it would be perfect for a Thanksgiving card, you could easily change out the sentiment for any number of occasions!

 

The card itself doesn’t have a lot of parts to it, but there was a little bit of busywork that I needed to do before I could start putting it together.  I combined the DSP and punches from the Gilded Autumn Suite.  When SU! introduces punches in a suite, there is generally a sheet of DSP that has coordinating images to match the punches.  As in the case with this paper and punches.  In order to get as many images punched from the paper as possible, you do need to fussy cut sections of the DSP so that you can manipulate the punches to get every full image available.  I just sat one evening while watching TV and punched out all the acorns, and oak and maple leaves.  Then I hand cut the smaller leaves.  Another demonstration recently posted that when she finished cutting the acorns, oak and maple leaves she ended up with 136 images!!!  The punches in the bag in the lower right-hand side of the picture are extras that I was able to salvage from the leftover cardstock scraps when I die cut the 2 wreath circles.  We paper crafters NEVER waste cardstock, lol!  I’ll use those punches for a future project ;).

In addition to the Autumn Punch pack, I also used the Banners Pick a Punch for the sentiment.  This punch is great for using up all the extra strips of cardstock that tend to accumulate in my stamp room.  In fact, my plan is to take a day and just stamp multiple sentiments on those strips and save them for later.  It will be a nice timesaver to have ready-to-go sentiment banners.

I featured this card at this month’s card class and everyone just loved it.  Some of the new class attendees had a chance to use the new Stampin’ Cut and Emboss machine for the first time and there were lots of positive comments about it.  I had to remind them that we no longer have to run the dies back and forth to get a clean cut, this machine does it on the first pass!  The only time I’ve had to run it through more than once is if I have applied the adhesive sheets to the back of my cardstock.  Once they had their cut pieces, it was easy going for putting this card together.  I had the punched leaves all ready for them in a separate bag so they just had to apply them.  And I found that our mini glue dots made it a breeze to add those tiny leaves to the wreath.

I hope you enjoyed my All Things Fall card!  I can’t wait to play around more with the Arrange a Wreath bundle, the possibilities are endless.  Now, please continue checking out the rest of our bloggers this month.  Tracie Evans Langley is up next and I know she has an amazing project waiting for you.  Thanks for stopping by!

Happy Stamping!

OH!  One last reminder!  There’s only a few days left in our Get & Go Starter Kit Promotion!  Revisit my earlier blog post for all the details 🙂 – https://wp.me/p4tAAw-uY

 

NC Demos

Jo Anne Hewins
Toni Campana >====YOU ARE HERE!
Tracie Evans Langley
Tina Lesson
Ariel Matera
Dawn Colby
Laurie Meier
Amy Austin-Kinler

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Get And Go Starter Kit Promotion – NOW is the time to join!

If you’ve ever thought about joining SU! and have been on the fence, I’m excited to share with you a BONUS offer that will seal the deal!  From 9/1 to 9/30, in addition to the regular starter kit (for $99 USD, you choose $125 USD worth of products) you will also receive this additional bonus!

– 8 packs of precut cardstock of the Coastal Cabana pack
– 8 packs of precut cardstock of the Granny Apple Green pack
–  a pack of Rhinestone Basic Jewels
– the So Much Love stamp set
– the Queen Anne’s Lace stamp set!

The stamps and Rhinestones alone are an additional $42 value!  This is the first time SU! is making an offer like this and it’s amazing!  You’ll have enough cardstock and envelops to make 16 cards!  Here’s a couple of suggestions to help you get started.

Here are just some of the benefits of joining!

  • Enjoy a 20% discount on all of your Stampin’ UP! Purchases
  • Receive new catalogs EARLY
  • Order new product EARLY
  • Attend virtual and in-person demonstrator-only events
  • Join our Sramping Campanions team in a private FB group
  • Enjoy hostess benefits (Stampin’ Rewards) just the same as customers
  • Simply enjoy the discount, new friends, and lots of ideas, or, start building a business anytime. No pressure.

 

Visit my website starting tomorrow for all the info!
https://tonimariscreations.stampinup.net/join_now

Thanks for stopping by and Happy Stamping!

Toni

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Get And Go Starter Kit Promotion – NOW is the time to join!

If you’ve ever thought about joining SU! and have been on the fence, I’m excited to share with you a BONUS offer that will seal the deal!  From 9/1 to 9/30, in addition to the regular starter kit (for $99 USD, you choose $125 USD worth of products) you will also receive this additional bonus!

– 8 packs of precut cardstock of the Coastal Cabana pack
– 8 packs of precut cardstock of the Granny Apple Green pack
–  a pack of Rhinestone Basic Jewels
– the So Much Love stamp set
– the Queen Anne’s Lace stamp set!

The stamps and Rhinestones alone are an additional $42 value!  This is the first time SU! is making an offer like this and it’s amazing!  You’ll have enough cardstock and envelops to make 16 cards!  Here’s a couple of suggestions to help you get started.

Here are just some of the benefits of joining!

  • Enjoy a 20% discount on all of your Stampin’ UP! Purchases
  • Receive new catalogs EARLY
  • Order new product EARLY
  • Attend virtual and in-person demonstrator-only events
  • Join our Sramping Campanions team in a private FB group
  • Enjoy hostess benefits (Stampin’ Rewards) just the same as customers
  • Simply enjoy the discount, new friends, and lots of ideas, or, start building a business anytime. No pressure.

 

Visit my website starting tomorrow for all the info!
https://tonimariscreations.stampinup.net/join_now

Thanks for stopping by and Happy Stamping!

Toni

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NC Demo’s August Blog Hop – A Scenic View!

Hello everyone!  Thanks for visiting my blog today.  You may have just come from Frances Wagner’s blog, she always has wonderful projects that she shares with us.  Our theme this month is A Scenic View!  We have so many stamp sets that represent the outdoors so it was a little challenging to decide which one to use.  I love being outdoors whenever I can.  Even when it’s during our hot and muggy August weather, lol!  There’s just a measure of peacefulness to me to be out in nature and enjoying the sights and sounds.

This month I decided to try a different type of card to share.  Slim Line cards have been very popular lately so I decided to try my hand at one.  I searched to see if there was a standard size and there really doesn’t seem to be one.  So what I did was follow the sizing that I saw on a card that Patty Bennett shared, and she said she just went with the size that would fit into a legal-sized envelope.  I know we don’t sell legal-sized envelopes but most people have them on hand, or can easily pick them up just about anywhere.

Since we are coming up on my favorite season, I chose to do my scenic view in Fall colors.  This is actually the first time I’ve used the My Meadow stamp set and I honestly don’t know why!  It’s so easy to create your own little meadow 🙂  This card only uses stamps, paper, ink, and 2 dies.  Well, and of course, Wink of Stella!!

I used Thick Whisper White paper and cut it to 9 1/4″ x 8″, then scored it on the 8″ side at 4″.  Then I took the largest die from Stitched Nested Dies and cut the center of the card front.  And I actually DID measure where the die needed to be instead of just eyeing it up. Those of you that follow me know that I rarely measure anything, lol!  To make the frame, I used Pear Pizzazz paper and first cut a label, again using the largest die, and then I took the next size down and placed it in the center of the cut label to get my frame piece.  Then all that was left was the actual stamping.  Once I was done stamping, I applied a little liquid glue to the back of the Pear Pizzazz frame, and with the card closed, I just fit it inside the opening of the card front.  This is a much easier way than trying to place it in the exact spot on the inside of the card.  All that was left to do was stamp the sentiment, which I used from the Beautiful Autumn stamp set.

Here are the colors I used.  You can also see them listed at the bottom of this post.

This is what the inside of the card looks like.  And does anyone see my oopsy?  I’ll mention it at the bottom 😉

I just kept stamping until I was satisfied with the look.  Then I used Wink of Stella to color the leaves on the trees.  WOS is so dang hard to photograph, but it really does give the card some pop with the shimmery trees.

I stamped a few trees on the envelope front to help coordinate the project.

I hope you enjoy my first Slim Line card!  I’m certain I’ll be making more of them and trying different sizes.  Now please continue on with our hop and take a look at what Laurie has to share with us, I know you won’t be disappointed!

Happy Stamping,

Toni

NC Demos

Amy Kinler
Tina Lesson
Jo Anne Hewins
Frances Wagner
Toni Campana – YOU ARE HERE!
Laurie Meier
Tracie Evans Langley

PS – My oopsy is that I didn’t leave any white space to sign the card!  Oh well, I’ll make sure to do that on the next one!!

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Dove of Hope Bundle – My 1st Christmas card of 2020!

Yes, it’s hard to believe but I’ve actually made a Christmas card already!  And for someone who has perfected the art of procrastination, I shocked myself by even thinking of Christmas at this point in time 🙂  I recently participated in a swap with other Stampin’ UP! demonstrators and this was the card I submitted for my swap.  Swaps allow us to receive several cards using lots of different stamp sets so that we can build our collection to share with customers.  They are also great sources of inspiration!

Here’s a picture of the bundle that I used.  The level of detail in the dies is just amazing!  And I used our Shimmer White Cardstock which really makes them stand out even more.

 

Here’s a few more pics of the card.  I’m really pleased with how it turned out and hope you enjoy it as well!

You can purchase all the products I used for this card by clicking HERE, or by clicking on the individual pictures below.  Thanks for stopping by today!

Happy Stamping!

Toni

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Boho Indigo Product Medley and Tutorial Offer!

The Annual Catalog Inspiration

Boho Indigo Product Medley

Do you ever have times you want to make something, but you just aren’t sure where to start? It’s the blank canvas dilemma of having too many choices. Often, when I’m not sure how to start, I let the artists at Stampin’ Up! help me.

Suites, kits, and medleys – oh my! These artist-designed sets of coordinating products are a great place to get your inspiration flowing. Start with a simple kit project and step it up. Or look for a color combination or a whole design theme. I hope this tip helps you the next time you are looking for inspiration!

I get asked what the difference is between Suites, kits, and medleys? Although they are all groupings of coordinating products to make your crafting experience easier, there are a few difference.

Suites are entire collections of themed products that coordinate. A suite has at least one stamp set, sometimes two and usually has patterned paper, dies or punches, ribbon, and embellishments.

Kits include pre-designed and pre-cut projects. They can be all-inclusive or can include project supplies with coordinating stamps and ink available separately.

Medleys are more like a mini-suite. They are a collection of coordinating supplies, but not as large as a suite, so you get a bit of everything to inspire your creativity at a budge-friendly price point.

Happy Stamping!!

Toni

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Boho Indigo Product Medley

Boho Indigo Product Medley

Boho Indigo Product Medley

Boho Indigo Product Medley

Boho Indigo Product Medley

I’m sharing this elegant card tutorial with my newsletter subscribers featuring the Boho Indigo Product Medley. This gorgeous collection includes stamps, dies, paper, ribbon, die-cuts, and more! It’s packed full of supplies that will inspire your creativity. In this tutorial, you’ll also learn how to create a masked Embossing Paste background.  If you’d like to receive the tutorial, please use the contact form below to subscribe to my emails and I’ll get it right out to you!

Masked Embossing Paste Card

 

SUPPLIES:

PAPER
Very Vanilla (#101650)
Soft Suede (#115318)
Mint Macaron (#138337)

INK
Mint Macaron Ink Refill (#138331)
Old Olive (#147090)
Soft Suede (#147115)
Misty Moonlight (#153118)
Old Olive Stampin’ Blends Combo Pack (#144597)

KITS
Boho Indigo Product Medley (#153132)

ACCESSORIES & TOOLS
Embossing Paste White (#141979)
Palette Knives (#142808)
Silicone Craft Sheet (#127853)
Take Your Pick Tool (#144107),

ADHESIVES
Stampin’ SEAL (#152813)
Stampin’ Dimensionals (#104430)
Stampin’ SEAL+ (#149699)
Mini Glue Dots (#103683)

TIPS:
Embossing Paste dries quickly so it’s best to work with it quickly, and clean your tools while it is still wet. Don’t worry about perfection, variations in depth and texture improve the effect of Embossing Paste.

Coordinating Products

Boho Indigo Product Medley (English) Boho Indigo Refill Kit Embossing Paste - White Old Olive Classic Ink Pad Soft Suede Classic Ink Pad Misty Moonlight Classic Ink Pad Old Olive Stampin' Blends Combo Pack  Mint Macaron Cardstock

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NU Demos Monthly Blog Hop – Summer Fun!

It’s that time again!  Here we are at the end of July, and my head is spinning that we are already past the halfway point of 2020!!  You may have just hopped over from Tracie Evans Langley‘s blog and I know her project was amazing, they always are!  If so, you know that our topic for this months hop is Summertime!  So here is how my brain works…Summertime=hot=tropics=pineapples, lol!  So since I had pineapples on my mind this is what I came up with.  I knew I wanted to change up my normal routine of posting a card so I went with a 3D home decor type project this month.  I’ve had these Tiny Treat Boxes in my stash for a while and they needed to come out of hiding!  And since I always have a fairly substantial assortment of paper bags, I decided to just stamp one of those to make a coordinating gift bag.

This project is super easy and quick!  I’ve included instructions and a video at the bottom of this post.  But the pic below shows you the pieces you’ll need to make the tealight.  And I used Adhesive Sheets to make it easier to attach the 2 pieces for the pineapple top, that’s why the top die cut is showing a white side instead of Just Jade. Those sheets are now a required tool in my craft room!

To decorate the gift bag, I just used an old technique of coloring directly on to the stamp so that I could get both colors I wanted for the pineapple.  I tend to forget about this technique, but it’s a great use of our markers!

Here’s an important tip on die-cutting the pineapple bottom.  You are going to cut your DSP slightly shorter than the length of the die.  This is because the die is a tiny bit larger than the 2″ area you will be covering on the treat box.  So you will want to work with a 2″ strip of your DSP of choice when cutting the 4 pieces of the pineapple bottom.  You can only cut 2 bottoms from the 2″ x 6″ piece of DSP so you will need 2 of those strips.

The other tip is for the pineapple top.  I wanted to adhere 2 of them back to back, with a strip of DSP in the center to stabilize it and give me a base to attach it to the top of the treat box.  In order to do this, you need to cut one top using the pattern you want to show, and then cut another from the BACK design of that DSP.  This allows you to flip it over and match up your first die cut.  I did use the adhesive sheets on the back of the DSP that I wanted showing

Here’s a picture of the tea lights while on 🙂

I hope you enjoyed my project.  It was a lot of fun to make 🙂  Now please continue through our hop to see the other amazing projects shared!  Amy Kinler is next up and she always has such fun projects 🙂

Instructions: Pineapple Tea Lights using Tiny Treat Boxes! – Toni Mari’s Creations

 

 

NC Demos

Jo Anne Hewins

Tina Lesson

Tracie Evans Langley

Toni Campana  ===>YOU ARE HERE!

Amy Kinler

Ariel Matera

Laurie Meier

Sue Root

Nedine DuPree

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