May 3, 2010

Mothers day class

Hello everyone.
I know I have not been posting as much as I should, but things are getting back to normal. I have my new computer! I went with dell but I am going to tell you this computer is big. I am not a computer person so I went with the one My friend the computer Tech told me to.. I think this thing can power my whole house. I have no idea why it is so big I will be asking her that soon.
Ok so I have a few pictures I want to share. First up is our Mother's Day class. This was a lot of fun, but it did take some time.



Next is the same purse, but used our new line of paper from the summer mini island Oasis item# 117173



Items used to make this card!



Here is another great project I thought you would enjoy it is not mine. Patti did this one..How cute is this?

How to make this Drink Hut:
(1) Natural Ivory CS Cut Big Shot Box #2
(1) 4" x 4" So Saffron CS Roof Top
(1) 3-1/2 X 4-1/2" Old Olive CS front skit, crimped and
randomly cut 1/4" wide and 1/4" away from the top edge.
(1) 1-1/8" x 3-1/2 Island Oasis DSP for Box lid
(2) 1-3/4" x 1-1/8" Island Oasis DSP for Sides of Box
(2) 1-3/4" x 3-1/2" Island Oasis DSP for front/back box.
(1) 1" Circle: use scrap Whisper White CS for stamped message
(1) 1-1/4" Circle Rose Red punched to back the stamped message
(4) wooden skewers






Left photo: put the 4"x4" roof through the SU Exclusive Square Lattice Embossing Folder. Randomly cut fringe at an angle about 1/2" deep and ruffle up. Set aside.Right photo: Adhere the Island Oasis DSP. Clip "v" on (4) sides of the lid

Left photo: clip "v' on (2) sides each of the box extensions to allow for the skewers.
Right photo: using a pencil, lightly mark the center the of lid underneath (about 5/8") to position the drinks - see pink arrow



Left photo: using a straight edge and craft knife, cut a slit through the box lid and attached DSP 1/2" away from the lid edge.
Right photo: Position and adhere wood skewers with clear tape (or you can use crystal effects). A clear ruler is used to line up the skewers so they are straight. 2" should be exposed above the box line.




Left photo: skewers and slit. All 4 skewers should be exposed 2"
Right photo: apply sticky tape to the front of the box. See pink arrow. Remove sticky tape backing and apply crimped Old Olive CS: "gathering the paper to the opposite end.




Left photo: Prepare drinks: place all (3) drinks on the acrylic block, stamp using Staz On ink
Right photo: Use a Aqua painter brush for the drinks. Carefully cut out outline of drinks as shown, leaving a 1/2" extension at the bottom of the drinks.



Left photo: Slip the completed drink trio into the cut slit on the box lid. Remove sticky tape to secure on inside lid. Add a small amount of Sticky tape to the lid to secure the lid to the box since treats will be obtained from the underside of the box. Now roof can be attached using mini glue dots positioned on the skewers.
Right photo: use black ink to stamp message, Punch with 1" Circle Punch. Punch 1-1/4" Circle in Rose Red CS for backing and pop with a dimensional, attach to left side of hut corner.
Apply a variety of punch flowers to the hut edge with mini glue dots.

Supplies:
Stamps: Cheers to you
CS: Naturals Ivory, Whisper White, So Saffron, Rose Red, Tempting Turquoise, Pumpkin Pie, Old Olive, Island Oasis DSP
Ink: Black, Staz-On Black, Real Red, Old Olive, Only Orange, Summer Sun, More Mustard, Pixie Pink, Basic Grey
Accys: SU Exclusive Square Lattice Embossing Folder, Big Shot Box #2 Die, Spring Flower Bouquet (retired), 1" circle Punch, 1-1/4" Circle Punch, Crimper, Aqua Painter, Sticky Tape, Dimensional.










































1 comment:

  1. Gorgeous...so inventive. I think that first one is my fav (but I can't resist a bird stamp!).

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