Hello Spring!


Hello there and Happy Easter.

I thought I would include a Really Great idea from Stampin’ Up!®. This Home Decor idea is Totally "Cased" and Copied from our March issue of Stampin Success Magazine for Demonstrators.spring-idea

Thanks to some friends of my Hubby Don, I was able to get a bunch of wood blocks made from recovered pier wood. So easy to make too. I painted the Wood with Acrylic Paint, then added Textured cardstock, Glued with our Tombow Multi Purpose Adhesive #110755 for $3.95. I used Walk in the Park Designer Series Paper #115123 for $9.95, as well as Summer Love Rub-On’s #114620 for $11.95. I used Clear window sheets #114323 for $4.95 for the butterfly attachment. I added the butterfly rub-on to the clear window sheet, trimmed out then added with Dimensionals. I used My Sizzix Big Shot for the Letters-Serif Essentials Alphabet #113464 $149.95 (I know-Expensive Right-But Oh So Worth It). I also used the Naturally Serif #113453 for $19.95 on the smaller block. dscf64852


These are the up close pics of this Nifty project. I hope you like it. If you like it a lot-just order everything that I have listed. No Big Shot-use one of our Alphabet sets, although stamped, you can do a 50% smaller version.

I Love Stampin’ Up! I have seen some Wonderful ideas on the Company Website as well as our Monthly Magazines. These ideas are there to help me succeed in being an Awesome Demonstrator. I am inspired often and I hope My Blog inspires you. Have you done something Creative today? If not-Quick-Stamp an envelope, even if it’s a Bill!

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  1. Lori Stilger says:

    Good morning, Laura! Your blog looks FANTASTIC! Congratulations! And I love your project – it’s great! I don’t have the large alpha – will have to ask for a big present holiday…. 😀
    Have a wonderful day!!!!

  2. Hi, good post. I have been woondering about this issue,so thanks for posting. I’ll definitely be coming back to your site.

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