Sherindipity Stampers!

Yesterday I held my first get together of the new year with my team, the Sherindipity Stampers. We had a wonderful lunch, shared ideas and then we got down to stamping. Thanks Ladies for attending!  Here is the first of 4 projects I created for them to stamp:

Vintage Vogue Wood Bookmark

 This bookmark was made using Sizzix Bigz Two Tags Die and Texture Cuts Wood Sheets. The Wood Sheets are backed with a sturdy paper on the reverse to maintain the integrity of the wood sheets. When running the wood sheets through the Big Shot with the die, make sure you turn the wood side of the sheet towards your die to make sure you get all the imprints of the die around the edges of the tag.  Click on the picture to see the details up close.  I like the way the ink tends to blur alittle on the wood giving it that old vintage feel.  The Vintage Vogue stamp set is by far my favorite stamp set from the Mini Occasions Catalog and it made all these beautiful little flowers and vines.  The butterflies were made with the Sizzix Beautiful Wings embosslits die.  This die is one of our more popular and they make the perfect addition to any project.  There are 5 different sizes of butterflies on this die and 3 sizes are shown on this bookmark.  If you would like to make one of these bookmarks for free, please attend my Spring Open House on March 26 from 12-8 p.m. and March 27 from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Vintage Vogue Easter Basket

The second project we made are these cute little Easter baskets!  If you would like the pattern, please e-mail me at sweadon@hotmail.com.  You can make them as small as you like or go for the big one using a 12×12 piece of cardstock. I went with a 9×9 piece of cardstock which makes a nice medium sized basket.  These are great gifts for teachers, co-workers or a neighbor.  Fill it with candy, a small potted flower or a baked good and you have a nice little Spring surprise!  Again I used the Vintage Vogue stamp set because I love those little flowers and the half pearls from the Pretties Kit make for lovely centers on them.

We then made two cards, one for Easter and one for a friend.  Both of these cards are simple to make and require only a few supplies.

Abundance of Hope Easter Card

If you would like to stamp or scrap, enjoy making new friends and would like to become a Sherindipity Stamper also, feel free to e-mail me at sweadon@hotmail.com.

Bookmark: Stamp Sets:  Vintage Vogue and Itty Bitty Backgrounds; Ink: Pixie Pink and Lovely Lilac; Accessories: Stampin’ Sponges, Pewter Jumbo Eyelets, Pretty in Pink 5/8″ Satin Ribbon, Crop-A-Dile, Big Shot, Beautiful Wings Embosslits Die, and Mini Glue Dots.

Easter Basket:  Stamp Set:  Vintage Vogue and Eggcoutrements; Cardstock:  Whisper White and Lovely Lilac; Ink:  Lovely Lilac and Pixie Pink; Accessories:  Whisper White 5/8″ Satin Ribbon, White Half Pearls from Pretties Kit, Paper Snips, StickyStrip, Designer Label Punch.

Extra Large Two-Step Bird

Easter Card:  Stamp Set:  Abundant Hope, Ink: Certainly Celery; Cardstock: Certainly Celery and Pretty in Pink; Designer Series Paper:  Shades of Spring; Accessories: Ribbon Originals Masterpiece Collection – Certainly Celery, Beautiful Wings Embosslits Die, Pretty in Pink Soft Subtles Brad, Filigree Flower Designer Brad, Mini Glue Dots, Stampin’ Dimensionals.

Bird Punch Card:  Stamp Set:  With All My Heart; Ink:  Pretty in Pink; Cardstock:  Whisper White, So Saffron and Pretty in Pink; Designer Series Paper:  Shades of Spring; Accessories:  Extra Large Two-Step Bird Punch, Soft Subtles Brad, Stampin’ Dimensionals,  and Oval Scallop Punch.

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  1. I love the bookmark! Wish I was able to attend the open house…work on Friday and a family function Saturday. Sorry I wont be able to make it!

  2. I was so looking forward to your open house, but I can’t make it thhat weekend. Sorry.

  3. Nice work!!!!!


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