Wednesday, June 30, 2010

TOTAL ECLISPE...

Good Wednesday...half way there day! :-)


If you actually know me personally, you would be VERY surprised that I even read the Twilight Series. I am usually very conservative with my reading and life really.

However, after much research last year, I decided to go ahead and read the books....hello one week later, my family wanted to know if the were ever getting dinner or conversation from me again! LOL Seriously, I read all 4 books in 6 days!!! I was hooked! Since then I had read the 5th "novella" as well. I have re-read these books many times. This is NOT a vampire story...it is a story of Young Love and Sacrifice, even if it hurts, because you love someone. Sweet stuff I tell you! ;-)

So with that said, I have a large group of friends and I who go to the release of the movies at Midnight when they release.

We had a great time last night...I must say I was a little disappointed with how they left out VERY important things from the book, but the worse for me was how they changed around the sequence of events from the book, some of those things where just plain strange! They added a few things that never happened...but hey, if you have not read the book you would never know. I just think you lose a lot of the true story of this book by how they portrayed it! Maybe I should have directed this one!!! LOL ;-)

Anywho, here are the goodies I created for us all...I made cupcakes, candy boxes with "photos" and little brown bags with different movie sentiments on them...we met at Starbucks and had a little before party, then headed to the theater at 9:30, got our seats and had a super time before show time too.

All in all a great night!

Leave me some comments if you have seen the movie, read the books etc...I would like to hear your thoughts.

Happy Wednesday!



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Tuesday, June 29, 2010

CUPIECAKE....TUESDAY!

Good morning world! :-)

Hope today finds you having a crafty kinda day!

Today is a little banner piece I did for my best-friends daughter who went to Germany! She was gone for 21 days, as an exchange student....she had a great time, but we missed her much and she missed us too! (PS she is also my son's "best" friend ***WINK WINK***)

I created the banner using my cricut, then cut out the words with the story book cart!


Sophie, loves cupcakes, so I made her some, placed them in the "S" shape, and created the little tag from Clearly Dollar Stamps to finish it off! She loved it all, and we are grateful she is home!


Hope each of you have a blessed and happy Tuesday...I will cause I am going to see ECLIPSE today at midnight with all my besties! hehe I feel like a kid again when I say that! HA



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Monday, June 28, 2010

Monday...Sending love...!

Happy Monday everyone!

Today is my last post as June's Guest Designer for CCS! I have so loved this...and I so love Laura and the design team for their kindness and amazing talent!

I hope today's card inspires you to try something a little different. I started out creating my base with SU card stock, I used Me and My Big Ideas, "Sanctuary" for the designer series papers. Of course the stamp is from CCS Sending love. The butterflies are the SU butterfly punch...Such a great stamp for those times when a card is needed.

I am glad to make the friends I have on this month's little stint....and hope to keep seeing you all!

You all have a blessed week and keep on craftin'!
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Saturday, June 26, 2010

SUPER way to use those SCRAPS!

Good Saturday Morning!

I have a really quick and easy tutorial today on how to use up your scraps, and make so cute gifties and party favors!

I made these binder clips a couple of years ago for our place cards at Thanksgiving, then everyone had one to take home with them (Of course it was not a HIPPO! ***laughs***) I actually made these for my sister's little girls, for a very small birthday party she is having for the 8 year old. But you can make anything with these!!! They are going to take digital pictures when the kids arrive with the birthday girl and print them, then place them on the table as place setting...then they can take them home with a bag of goodies!!!

The other is a simple clothes pin, cut your paper and embellish as you wish! I added a magnet strip (I always recycle my old ones...) to use on the frig...it makes a great added extra to a gift set, or your can make a whole set for someone!!!

Hope you enjoy these...now go use up those scraps! (***wink***)

Here are the supplies I used today:
Scissors
Redline tape
recycled magnet
clothes pin
scrap paper
Binder Clip (You can really use any size, but this one is medium size)
embellishments and bling!


It is very easy to do these, basically you trace around either the binder bottom or the clothes pin, cut it our, place your redline tape, peel backing, and place your embellishment or paper...and decorate! Fun stuff...FYI, the clothes pins make great CHIP clips too..(But less embellishments as they won't hold up well as a chip clip but very cute covered with paper! :-)



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Tuesday, June 22, 2010

BLAST FROM THE PAST! ~ Blog Hop

Good Morning everyone,
Well at least we all made it through Monday! ***giggle*** (Only by God's Grace here! ***wink***)

Today I participating in the Taylor Expressions Blog Hop ~ Blast From the past! We needed to use only stamps sets we had that where from March 2010, or older! I choose to use "Faith & Hope" This set has so many possibilities!

I created this card for my daughter who has had somewhat of a rough week, I am sending it out today! Should brighten her day! I love the color combo, and these little Surprise pop up cards are to cute!

Now go on and check out the rest of the magnificent people in the blog hop! and enjoy your day!


Sunshine & Smiles!

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Monday, June 21, 2010

Good Monday Morning!

Good morning!

I hope each of you where able to celebrate Father's Day with the men in your life.

My project today is what I gave my brother for Father's day. :-) He really liked it! It was fun to create!

I made the little shirt with a tie card from a tutorial on SCS. It was a lot of fun! I used the Stick Alphabet from CCS, to stamp BROTHER. I so love this set! I used the Deer Hunting set to stamp DEER. I loved the way it turned out!

The other little piece is a template from "Papertrey Ink, by Lauren Meader", it is called "Let's do Lunch". This template is really easy and it turned out great for a little treat of peanut M&M's for him.

I once again used my Deer Hunting set to create the special little tags that say Private Property & Big Game Hunter, and of course the Deer Tracks all over it and he just thought it was super!

I hope this gives you a little inspiration to try something new and fun this week.

Have a great week!
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Sunday, June 20, 2010

When "Daddy's" happy...we all eat good! ;-)

Well we are going to my Daddy's today, so dear hubby got his girts yesterday!

Let's just say we had some amazing steak last night! He is so excited to get his new grill, and he love love loved, the homemade salsa and his "tool box" of goodies. (I posted that picture last Monday)


I hope each of you remember to call those brothers, Fathers, son's and all the important great Dad's out there and tell them just what they mean to you! Mine is a jewel, and is a Fantastic Dad! Thank you honey! ;-)

Enjoy today! see you all tomorrow! ;-) (Be sure and check back its my day at CCS, as Guest designer for June!)
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Monday, June 14, 2010

Monday, Monday...Hooked on Fishing!

Good Monday Morning stampers!

Hope today finds you enjoy your stamping place! :-) I am actually headed out to Sea World by the time you are reading this, with my Granddaughter, Step-Mom and her Granddaughter! Should be some fun times!

Since Father's Day is Sunday, I thought I would show you a project I have been working on for my Hubby. This little "Tackle Box" will house some of his favorite candies (WHOOPERS) and some homemade Salsa. I really liked how it turned out, and it will go great with his hunting picture frame I made as well.

Here is what I used:
STAMPS:
CCS- Hooked on Fishing

PAPERS:
The Paper Company - DSP
PTI - Kraft Paper
MISC:
My Time Made Easy - Tool Box Template
EMBOSSING:
Tim Holz - Distress Embossing Powder - Walnut Stain
INKS:
SU - Classic- Tempting Turquoise
SU - Classic - Riding Hood Red
Staz-On - Ink - Timber Brown



Enjoy your Monday and this little bit of inspiration! :-)

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Saturday, June 12, 2010

Great Gift Tutorial - 2X2 Tiles

Good Saturday Morning!

I have created a little tutorial for you today. FUN STUFF!

These 2x2 tiles are great with matching recipe cards for recipe holders, I have also given them as gifts for picture holders with a picture I have taken, and they work super around the house as little note holders. FYI, they sold great when I took them to a craft fair around Christmas time, they make great Teacher or Sunday School gifts.

Hope you enjoy them as much as I have!

Tutorial for stamping on 2X2 Tiles

2X2 Tiles - Purchase in large piece from Home Depot or Lowes
Stamps of your choice (That will fit on 2X2 tile) (Here I am using a Flower Flourish from CCS, a time for Prayer, and the Bee from CCS Happy camper)

WHAT YOU NEED:
Scissors
Sharpie Markers
Staz-On Ink
Heat Gun
Clear Embossing Powder
Embossing Buddy
E600 glue
Small binder Clip

1.    Cut tiles from main piece & trim sides
2.    Sand the sides smooth
3.    Clean well
4.    Use embossing Buddy all over tile
5.    Stamp your image with staz-on
6.    Pour embossing powder over image & tap off
7.    Use your heat gun until the image shines
8.    Color image as desired - I used Sharpie...(You can use inks or chalk as well, just  heat set either  with embossing gun or in the oven on 250  degrees for 10 min)
9.    Spread E6000 glue around sides of tile and wrap ribbon around the sides and cut off excess.Embellish now with bling pearls or other embellishments.
10.  CHOICE: You can cover with Diamond Glaze or Spray with Top Coat to seal. (Here I covered with Diamond Glaze)  Be sure to let this dry.

11. Now place your binder clip on back with E6000 glue & let dry.


NOW, GO...look through all your stamps and see what you can come up with! :-)

Hope you enjoyed this tutorial and that your weekend is full of fun crafty stuff! ;-)(in the picture is my daughter, shes so cute ***hehe***)


See ya Monday!
Shelly Cameron
AKA Sassy Scrapin
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Thursday, June 10, 2010

Happy Birthday ~ Gone Fishin'

Happy Day before FRIDAY!
HOPE YOUR MORNING IS BRIGHT!

Still here...and ready for the weekend. It is SUPER HOT here already, land what will August bring??? ***BEACHES I AM PRAYING***



I created this card using my NEW Clear Dollar Stamps. I so love this set! It will be perfect for my dear husband and other guys in my life. I also created this card for the challenge over there this month, Clearly Inspired Challenge #14 ~ Birthday Bash!

The card I made is called a Surprise Pop Up card. I found the tutorial HERE on SCS. I really like the look of the card for a guy, and the little surprise sentiment inside.

I am still working on coloring with my copics and doing more tutorials everywhere I can find them to practice! :-) One day maybe I won't look like I am 3 when I am coloring ***giggles***!

I hope this has inspired you just a bit, and that the rest of your week and weekend finds you blessed beyond measure!


               STAMPS: Clear Dollar Stamps ~ Gone Fishin'
               PAPER:  SU Real Red, Green & PTI Yellow
               INK: Staz-On ~ Timber Brown
               EMBELLISHMENTS & RIBBON: Gold Eyelets & Twine ~ Natural
               MARKERS: Copics

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