Sep 22 2016

Migraine sufferer?

Good morning!  Happy Thursday!  This morning I get to sit back, relax and sip on a cup of coffee.  The girls are with their father and Chris is out of town for work.  I'm flexing my day since I'm teaching prenatal classes this evening.  The house is so quiet.  Days like today make me realize how fast my daily pace is..  Life can get so crazy… A couple of weeks ago, I saw a neurologist for migraines "migraines that have been so intense these last past couple of months".  The doctor wants me to take daily medication to control them.  My response was, this doesn't currently affect my work, I mostly get them on weekends or on holidays.  His response was that I must have weekend migraines, "the saturday syndrome."   That I role on such a high pace all week that when I relax, they just hit me like I've been hit by a brick…  Working full time out of town, running around with the kids, working out less, I can go on…. must have an impact.

Here are 7 Tips to Avoid the Weekend Migraine Pattern:

  1. Get up at the same time on Saturday as you do Monday – Friday.  Sleeping an hour or two later can be a trigger.
  2. Keep stress levels somewhat steady all week, trying not to mentally, physically or emotionally strain yourself during the week and then completely chilling on the weekend.  Don’t rev your engine and then coast.
  3. Consume caffeine like a drug, or not at all.  Weaning yourself off caffeine isn’t easy, but can be done over time.  Just know that consuming your coffee two hours later, or not at all on Saturday, is a controllable migraine trigger.
  4. Eat some kind of breakfast.  Skipping a meal is a trigger.  On an ordinary Saturday, you should have a shake, fruit or oatmeal with your breakfast to boost hydration.  On a sports Saturday, eat a banana and sports drink before exercising to boost electrolyte levels
  5. Drink more water.  Drinking more water while exercising and after, to replenish fluid you’re losing.  You’d need half your weight in fluid ounces on an ordinary day, more when you’re exercising.
  6. Wear quality sunglasses to diminish the sun glare and block UV rays.
  7. Take a tepid instead of a hot shower.  And bring water into the shower, since hot water zaps moisture from your skin.

MA Takeaway:  Don’t snooze, or let a weekend migraine ruin another Saturday.  Keep your stress, sleep and caffeine habits as steady as possible and you’re less likely to spend the day in pain.

Finding ways to relax has been my goal more than ever.  I've been stamping lots, starting working out on my lunch hour again, trying really hard to drink plenty of water.  I've also learned to listen to my body and taking holidays when I feel I need it.  I've also been minimizing and purging my house.  Going back to simplicity…. I'm still a messy stamper…

Things I need to work on a little more, asking my kids to help out a little more around the house… I love them dearly but I think when they get here on my custody week, it's kind of holiday central…  Mostly by my own fault. I miss them dearly and try to compensate the week they are here.  There has been a couple of shopping trips for back to school, and activities are back in full swing.  We live in a small town we commute often to Ottawa or Montreal when we want specific things…

If you have migraine tips that work for you, please let me know.  I'd love to try them out…

This morning, I'd love to share one of my relaxing home crafting project from the weekend.   It really represents my style.  I was inspired with the monochromatic theme from my own decorating style at home.  My house is decorated with cream and soft sky palettes.  I love the simplicity and relaxing effect I get when I walk in from a busy day.

My card was created with the stamp set  Frosted Medallions #142189 (clear) and #142186 (wood) from the holiday catalogue. This stamp set is pretty versatile, you can very easily use it all year long.  It is also available in french for my french customers:)  I embossed the medallions.

step 1:  ink your medallion stamp with versamark #102283

step 2:  ink the same medallion in soft sky ink #131181

step 3:  stamp image on whisper white cardstock #100730

step 4:  add clear embossing powder and remove the excess #109130

step 5:  Heat with heating tool #129053

This is why the image above looks like a darker soft sky. 

I then used the layering circles framelits #141705 for the whisper white cardstock and soft sky cardstock #131203 See the image below.

My very favorite product from the catalogue is the cable knit dynamic textured impressions embossing folder #143537.  You really really must get this product.  I've seen so many projects with it.  On my card it creates the perfect background accent.  You need a big shot #143263 for this.  If you don't have one, host a workshop/stamp party to get one at a discount or possibly free or get your starter kit and include it in your order.  Ask me how!

My embellishments include:  the fancy frost sequins #142519, the 3/8 glitter ribbon combo pack #142015 (comes in sugarplum and silver) and delicate white doilies #141701.  Here's a tip, to set your frost sequins, use the fine tip glue pen #138309.  I even used the tip of the glue pen to pick them up directly from the jar.

If you would like the frosted medallions card kit, email me.  It includes the stamp set as well.

Housekeeping:

Check out my promotion page for the current specials, click HERE

There are great details about the holiday catalogue, weekly deals!!!

also don't miss out on the paper pumpkin promo:  I love my paper pumpkin monthly kits. 

Offer Dates: August 11–October 10, 2016

Offer Details: When you use promo code “BOGO” at PaperPumpkin.com, they’ll pay the regular price of $26.95 CAD and get their second month for FREE!

To order the products to make my frosted medallions card, don't hesitate to contact me or place your order in my online store. If you are ordering online, don't forget the check that box so I can see your details that you ordered so I can make you part of my VIP customers and reward you. When asked about your demonstrator select Kim Assaly.

VIP bonus points:  If you are part of my VIP customer list, don't forget my special for September plus if you order online use my hostess september code to get bonus points for a free stamp set:  FZA3CN32  Not part of my vip club, ask me how to join.

Enjoy your day, bonne journée, HUGS!!!

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Sep 20 2016

Tags or cards

 It was the perfect Saturday to do a marathon of stamping!  Cold rainy Saturday…  I had an amazing time creating.  My plan was to create cards, a stack of them.  But then I started liking what I was seeing.  The planned card design turned out to be an amazing tag as well.  I was torn between a card or a tag.

I must say if you want to minimize the stamping, this project is perfect.  Most of the design comes from the pretty pines thinlits dies #141851.  The coordinating stamp set is Christmas Pines #142049, it is available in french as well.  Christmas blessings comes from that stamp set.  It includes 22 photopolymer stamps.   If you wish to buy the stamp set and coordinating thinlits, the bundle saves you 10% off #143496.  I love my color combo used:  cherry cobbler, early expresso, very vanilla and garden green.  Perfect "christmassy" combo…  My background is the Holly textured impression embossing folder #141634. I also used the layering ovals framelits to create the tag #141706.  the Stampin up catalogue also has the circles #141705 and squares #141708.  They are the perfect layering framelits to create different shape and size tags.

My accessories included linen thread #104199, rhinestones #119246 and this christmas specialty designer series paper #141628

Please share your comments, do you prefer my project as tags or cards? I could not make a decision… Leave a comment and get the chance to receive this project…

If you would like to receive this card kit with the stamp set, please email me for more details. It could be mailed to your door…

Housekeeping:

Check out my promotion page for the current specials, click HERE

There are great details about the holiday catalogue, weekly deals!!!

also don't miss out on the paper pumpkin promo:  I love my paper pumpkin monthly kits. 

Offer Dates: August 11–October 10, 2016

Offer Details: When you use promo code “BOGO” at PaperPumpkin.com, they’ll pay the regular price of $26.95 CAD and get their second month for FREE!

To order the products to make this christmas card or tag, don't hesitate to contact me or place your order in my online store. If you are ordering online, don't forget the check that box so I can see your details that you ordered so I can make you part of my VIP customers and reward you.

VIP bonus points:  If you are part of my VIP customer list, don't forget my special for September plus if you order online use my hostess september code to get bonus points for a free stamp set:  FZA3CN32  Not part of my vip club, ask me how to join.

Enjoy your day, bonne journée, HUGS!!!

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Sep 11 2016

Made with little love

For once, I get to sit down and blog a little…    Very rarely I get to take some time to relax and  do the things I love like blogging these days.  Have I been stamping? Lots!!! But to be physically home and sitting at my computer, it rarely happens these days.  I feel like summer went by so very fast and the end of August arrived and bam! the girls were getting ready for school.  It will get easier in the fall as we seem to be more at home, having the crock pot on, sipping on a chai latte, fall is just my favorite season.

I had to share a pic to update you on how my daughters are growing way too fast…  Megan just had her braces removed, she is now 16 years old, in grade 11.  Last 2 years of high school.  Lauren is 14, almost 15, she is in grade 10.  They both worked very hard this summer and I'm very proud of them.  Not easy doing so many hours at work when you are a teenager… and mommy had to take her holidays to drive them:) Jordan just turned 11 years old, she is in grade 6.  Last year at elementary school, next year she will join her sisters… wohoo!

It's been my yearly tradition to take their pictures on the first day of school.  I'm preserving these precious memories..  I've got some serious scrapbooking pages to catch up. A quick way to catch up on their first day of school is to print my pictures and do a page for every year.  It's on my to do list… I know that project life will let me achieve this in a very speedy time…

If you wish to follow my posts and are a instagramer or facebooker… I suggest you follow up on me on my instagram account or facebook page, look for: riverfrontstampin.

 

I guess it's faster to post on instagram then blogging..If you are following me, you would have seen yesterday, my post about the cute baby card and matching tag that I made for Chris's buddy!  The guys at one of the OPP offices is having a baby in 3 weeks.  Some of the staff decided to host a diaper party for him and his wife.  I thought it was amazing.  They received more than 25 boxes of diapers…I hadn't bought diapers in a long time.  I'm amazed how these cops can come together as a big family for one of their colleagues.  They are such a great gang… 

I found cute wrapping star paper and decided to embellish it with a matching tag and card.

 

There are so much stamp choices for babies in the annual Stampin up! catalogue. I picked the stamp set Made with love #138662,  you get 20 photopolymer stamps and something for baby stamp set #134030 or wood stamp #134027.  I used the coordinating Baby's first framelits dies #133735 to cut out the onesie and hanger.

My cardstock consisted of very vanilla #101650, crumb cake #120953, so saffron #105118 and water color paper #122959.

I stamped the onesie with jet black stazon ink #101406, colored using the aqua painters #103954 with so saffron #126957 and crumb cake ink #126975.

For the baby hanger, I stamped my image in so saffron but added on top a coat of wink of stella glitter #141897.  It gave so sparkle to my hanger:)

The stars embossed images are from the lucky stars embossing folder #135817.  I also added delicate white doilies #141701 and linen thread #104199 as embellishments.   The congratulations was from the made with love stamp set and I punched it out with the classic label punch #141491.  There are so many possibilities with this punch… Love it!!!

Housekeeping:

Check out my promotion page for the current specials, click HERE

There are great details about the holiday catalogue, weekly deals!!!

also don't miss out on the paper pumpkin promo:  I love my paper pumpkin monthly kits. 

Offer Dates: August 11–October 10, 2016

Offer Details: When you use promo code “BOGO” at PaperPumpkin.com, they’ll pay the regular price of $26.95 CAD and get their second month for FREE!

To order the products to make this baby card, don't hesitate to contact me or place your order in my online store. If you are ordering online, don't forget the check that box so I can see your details that you ordered so I can make you part of my VIP customers and reward you.

VIP bonus points:  If you are part of my VIP customer list, don't forget my special for September!

Enjoy your day, bonne journée, HUGS!!!

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Jul 17 2016

A little project life love…

If you've taken some of my scrapbooking classes, you know how I love to add lots of details to my scrapbook pages… It would take me forever to catch up on all 3 girls's albums.  I took it upon myself to order the project life kit to speed up the process. I'm still going to make lots of very detailed pages but decided to add project life in Jordan's album.  I made a dozen of pages already.  Project life is a simple, affordable system for organizing your photos into albums.  All you need to get started are a few basic products.  Just slip your photos into the photo pocket pages and add cards with our exclusive artwork to easily document the important events in your life.  There are 6 different amazing kits in the catalogue.  You can check them out from p.162 to p.166.  The albums, photo pocket pages and more are on p.167. You need to check it out. I love the journaling pens, they come two in a package with two different widths #135304.

I love the wood banners that comes with the Hello Baby project life accessory pack #138458.  You can view a close up image below:)

I also liked the element sticker sheets in the kit.  You can place them on pictures as well.  I decided to place one on the designer card.

It also includes 4 epoxy stickers sheet…I've added a couple of cute ones on the card below.

This project life kit is from the Hello Baby Girl Project Life Card Collection #138504.  It includes 100 cards, 2 each of 50 double-sided designs in 3 sizes:  3×4, 4×4 and 4×6.  If you would like to make a baby boy album, the Hello Baby Boy project life card collection #138457 is also available.  There is also an additional Hello Baby Project Life Accessory Pack #138458.  It coordinates with either kits and it includes: 4 specialty acetate cards, 3×4; 1 alphabet sticker sheet; 1 acetate sticker sheet; 2 element sticker sheets; 4 epoxy stickers; 3 wood banners; 1 roll washi tape. On page 167 of the Stampin up catalogue, you can choose 6×8 or 12×12 variety packs project life photo pocket pages and they also have the albums.

To order the products to make your project life album, don't hesitate to contact me or place your order in my online store. If you are ordering online, don't forget the check that box so I can see your details that you ordered so I can make you part of my VIP customers and reward you. 


BONUS DAYS:
For every $60 CAD you spend in between July 7 and July 31, you’ll get a $6 CAD Bonus Days coupon that you can use August 2-31. This is a great opportunity to shop from your wish list, whether you buy your favorite products now or later in August with your coupons!

VIP bonus points:  If you are part of my VIP customer list, don't forget my bundle special for July!

Enjoy your day, bonne journée, HUGS!!!

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Jul 15 2016

Helping me grow card, join my card club…

It's the perfect rainy day for stamping.  Sending some happy mail to my online customers and top demonstrators on my team for their hard work… I love creating vintage crafts… I'm no artist and this card was very easy to do.

I still have a couple of spots for my monthly card group. No experience necessary. Email me to join and the good news if you live far away, you can participate in my mailing group.  You can make beautiful cards like these, learn new technique, choose your products and get hostess benefits…

Here is a list of products used to make my helping me grow card:  helping me grow stamp set #140764 ( i'm in love with this stamp set, there are 15 images and it coordinates with the rose garden thinlits die #140619), very vanilla cardstock #101650, dapper denim cardstock #141414, soft sky cardstock #131203, watercolor paper #122959, staz on ink in jet black #101406 (this is the ink you need to use when watercoloring so the ink doesn't bleed when you are applying the ink and water) aqua painter brush #103904 (two per package, one has a medium tip and the other a large tip), dapper denim ink #141394 and soft sky ink #131181 (for the shadow); Accessories include: delicate white doilies #141701, very vanilla 1/2" lace trim #141672, dapper denim 3/8" ruched ribbon #141424 and linen thread #104199. I've also embossed the backgroud of my card with woodgrain embossing folder #127821.

To order the products to make my helping me grow card, don't hesitate to contact me or place your order in my online store. If you are ordering online, don't forget the check that box so I can see your details that you ordered so I can make you part of my VIP customers and reward you.


BONUS DAYS:
For every $60 CAD you spend in between July 7 and July 31, you’ll get a $6 CAD Bonus Days coupon that you can use August 2-31. This is a great opportunity to shop from your wish list, whether you buy your favorite products now or later in August with your coupons!

VIP bonus points:  If you are part of my VIP customer list, don't forget my bundle special for July!

Enjoy your day, HUGS!!!

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Jul 13 2016

Project life club and other clubs invitation

I've been organizing pictures these past few days. After my divorce and the move, the new house, I couldn't find the time to do so. It's time to sort the girls pictures, send some to the father of my children so he can have additional pictures of the girls as well. I wish I was better organized back then. It would be a much simpler job today… Baby number one, so organized, baby number two so so organized, baby number 3, I stopped printing my pictures… I wish I didn't… So I am making albums for the girls, they can have family pictures to treasure forever, project life is the perfect solution too : fast, cute pages where I can journal all my precious memories and scrapbook. Plus the bonus, it comes in a cute box that you can keep all the extra pieces. Send me a message if you would like to join one of my project life clubs. You can participate in person or via mail.

I'm taking a few more people to participate in my 3 crafting clubs: cards club, scrapbook club and project life scrapbook club. We meet once a month, you can participate in all 3 clubs, if you live too far away from me, you can participate in  my mailing club? what are you waiting for? Let's get your scrapbook memories done and card stack up to date! Email me! It's a fun time out…

Demonstrators and team members are welcome too…

This project life kit is from the Hello Baby Girl Project Life Card Collection #138504.  It includes 100 cards, 2 each of 50 double-sided designs in 3 sizes:  3×4, 4×4 and 4×6.  If you would like to make a baby boy album, the Hello Baby Boy project life card collection #138457 is also available.  There is also an additional Hello Baby Project Life Accessory Pack #138458.  It coordinates with either kits and it includes: 4 specialty acetate cards, 3×4; 1 alphabet sticker sheet; 1 acetate sticker sheet; 2 element sticker sheets; 4 epoxy stickers; 3 wood banners; 1 roll washi tape. On page 167 of the Stampin up catalogue, you can choose 6×8 or 12×12 variety packs project life photo pocket pages and they also have the albums.

To order the products to make your project life album, don't hesitate to contact me or place your order in my online store. If you are ordering online, don't forget the check that box so I can see your details that you ordered so I can make you part of my VIP customers and reward you.  Enjoy your day, HUGS!!!

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Jul 05 2016

Vellum balloons birthday card

What a gorgeous warm day, hope you are enjoying the sun….If you are following me on instagram, you get to see some of my projects, sometimes ahead of my blog post.  I guess it's easier to post with a phone when you're a working mom on the fly…. If you want to view my projects on Instagram check out my account :  riverfrontstampin

To make this birthday card, I used the vellum cardstock #101856, What's amazing about it is that it's thick enough to use with your favorite punch.  I used the balloon bouquet punch #140609, it coordinates perfectly with the balloon celebration stamp set #140675.  Love this set and the font in the stamped greetings.  I inked with versamark #102283 one of the balloon images then added white embossing powder #109132 and heated the balloons with my heat tool #129053.  A great tip:  If you rub the embossing buddy  #103083 on your punched image prior to stamping with versamark, it will minimize the specks when heating the powder.

Cardstock used for this card:  dapper denim #141414, basic black #121045, whisper white #100730 and vellum cardstock #101856.  Basic black archival ink was used #140931 and dapper denim #141394.    I also made little knots with the thick baker's twine in whisper white #141688.  These knots were glued using mini glue dots #103683.

To order the products to make vellum balloon birthday  card, don't hesitate to contact me or place your order in my online store. If you are ordering online, don't forget the check that box so I can see your details that you ordered so I can make you part of my VIP customers and reward you.  Enjoy your day, HUGS!!!

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Jul 03 2016

Thinking of you

I hope you are enjoying your long weekend.  Happy Canada Day!  I've enjoyed playing with this color combo (pool party, basic black and dapper denim)  Blue is my favorite color.  And this color combo seems to have brought some sort of calmness.  Before I give details on my design, I need to cover some important maintenance information:  I've loved your online orders, it's been amazing.  I would like you to note, if you are one of my online shoppers and would like to be recognized and participate in my VIP customer perks, don't forget to select my name as your demonstrator by checking the box or else it will not identify your name as the person ordering. That being, I can't send you any goodies by mail or extra perks to thank my special customers.  This is just a FYI that can give you extra Kimmie goodies:)

I've had an amazing time creating these thinking of you cards.  Love the thinking of you font.  This stamp comes from the hostess set Time of Year #141790.  For every order or party above 200$, you will receive, if selected, this hostess set for only 12$ and it's a value of 21$.  The stamp set comes with 10 other stamps.  You can view full image on my website. Another perk from this set is that it coordinates with the Bunch of banners Framelits die #141488, p.193 in your catalogue.   Contact me to host your workshop, your virtual party or place an order above 200$ and receive 10% stampin rewards.  The higher your order, the more rewards you will receive.

To create this card.  I used the stamp set swirly bird #141749. It's adorable.  It coordinates with the swirly scribbles thinlits dies #141497 on p.194.  If you get the bundle of the stamp set and die #142353, you save an extra 10%. (Suggested clear blocks to use with the Swirly Bird stamp set are A,B,C,G) I also used the dapper denim cardstock #141414, and ink pad #141394 and 3/8 ruched ribbon #141424.  To make this card pop, I added pool party cardstock #122924 and ink #126982, whisper white cardstock #100730, basic black cardstock #121045 and stamped the thinking of you greeting in the basic black archival stampin pad #140931.  And voila!

To order the products to make my thinking of you card, don't hesitate to contact me or place your order in my online store. If you are ordering online. Don't forget the check that box so I can see your details that you ordered so I can make you part of my VIP customers and reward you.  Enjoy your day, HUGS!!!

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Jun 29 2016

10 year celebration

Truly in stampin up style, I was sent this beautiful card from The Main office in Alberta Canada.  How simple this gesture  can put a huge smile on my face, to be recognized with a handmade card from Stampin up!'s  canadian office.  This simple card has made me reflect on my adventures as a demonstrator for Stampin'up!  I have achieved all levels:  Join for the discount,  I wanted all my products at a discount price.  I was my best customer…. I fell in love with the products, the quality, the choice, the vibrant colors, those awesome stamps and huge ink pads…lol It was love at first site.  Then, I wanted to introduce the products to my close friends, to make cards and preserve their memories by scrapbooking… I started traveling to Stampin up! events and got addicted to  the pleasure of swapping cards, getting new ideas at leadership and convention and mostly the new friendships across Canada and the USA.  I had never traveled alone before.  It was at one of the convention that I had set up one of my goals to win an incentive trip, I earn the southern caribbean cruise, the Alaska cruise, the disney trip of a life time and attending Founders circle... I had never cruised before, it was amazing….  One of my achievements was to be #3 demonstrator in Canada,  never in my wildest dreams did I expect that.  I got free products, recognitions, bonus etc…The highlight of those 10 years is when I earned a workshop of a lifetime in my home with Shelli Gardner, ceo of Stampin up and her daughter Sara who has now taken Shelli's position.  We hosted a workshop in my home, had my downline meet them and have supper with them and in the evening hosted a large event for all demonstrators and customers.   I wanted all of them to benefit from meeting Shelli and Sara!

It has been an amazing journey!  (smile)  I have attended all levels as a demonstrator, from buying the kit for the discounts, to being a hobby demo to achieving trips, and other amazing perks.

From the bottom of my heart, thank you to my customers and the demonstrators on my team for those 10 years of ongoing support, regardless of the level that I attained! xo

The clock is ticking, you have until tomorrow to get 2 additional, free stamps sets with your starter kit, Click HERE for details.

 

 

This card was made with the new 2016-2018 incolor Peekaboo Peach, cardstock code #141417 and ink #141398, as well as pear pizzazz cardstock #131201 and ink #131180.  So saffron ink was also used #105118. Whisper white cardstock #100730.  The stamp set is a new stamp set called Penned & Painted, it's a two step set.  Order with code #141938.  Suggested clear blocks to mount stamps are A,B,C,G.

The greeting is from the stamp set Thoughtful Banners #141614  53 words/greeting!!! how useful is that ? Celebrate was punched with the duet banner punch #141483.   The best part about these two items is that you can buy them as a bundle and save 10%, item code #142330.

Thank you Dale!  I love my card. If you love it too and want the products to make it, don't hesitate to contact me or place your order in my online store. Giving this card, might put a smile on someone's specials close to you.

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Jun 27 2016

Pineapple love…

Here is one more sample from the pop of paradise stamp set. (#141581 in clear or #141578 in wood)  In this card I used the pineapple from the stamp set. It's adorable.  Pineapples are really in right now.  When shopping in stores, they are everywhere, on clothes, glasses, pens and papers…. I stamped one pineapple with melon mambo ink (#126948) and cut it out, with my scissor snips.  These scissors are the bomb!(#103579) They are perfect for precision cutting…  I added dimensionals (#104430)  and elevated the image to create dept.  The other two pineapples were stamped with pink pirouette ink. (#126956)     The pink polka dot paper and the black & white zigzags are from the pop of pink specialty designer series paper. (#141648).  Once again, I love layering the same tone of cardstock on top of each other to create dept in my card.  I used whisper white cardstock. (#100730) This card was simple to do and the designer paper was a beauty just on it's own.  The card coordinates perfectly with the one made in my last post. They are the perfect set to give away.

 

My Second card, includes the large Pineapple stamp (#141746 in clear) suggested clear block to use would be F  (#118483) or if you prefer the wood pineapple stamp set (#141743)  Designer paper are the same as listed above and ink as well. For this stamped image, i wanted to create a ombre look.  Therefore I stamped the pineapple in pink pirouette first, then used a sponge dauber (#133773) and stamped melon mambo ink directly on the rubber.  And voila!!!  I also added melon mambo thick baker's twine as embellishment. (#141689)  To adhere the bow, the best product to use is mini glue dots. (#103683)  The greetings on both cards were stamped with the basic black archival stamp pad (#140931)

I hope these cards have brought a little summer stamping inspiration.  Now has never been a better time to order summer inspirational stamp sets.  Don't hesitate to contact me or place your order in my online store

If you love all of stampin up products now is the perfect time to get the starter kit and get your products at a discount price.  There is a crazy deal going on.  If you purchase the kit before June 30th you get 2 additional stamp sets of your choice…Amazing!!!! Check it out HERE.

have a great week, hugs xo

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