Saturday, October 31, 2009

Holly Jolly House Mouse!

This card was made using one of my favorite House Mouse stamps. I used Holly Jolly rub ons on the mug. The paper is double sided and made into a nontraditional fold (not sure what it is called) (: When you open the card it folds out.  The ribbon is a holiday ribbon I bought last year after Christmas. I used pearl stickers to the side of this card.  Find the supplies in my store
I have had a CRAZY week of holiday parties and parent teacher conferences for my four children. I hope to get around to your Blogs,  but if not please forgive me.  The children are all well (at the moment, crossing fingers) so I hope to get into my normal routine. Normal as my life gets anyway. LOL! 
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Saturday, October 24, 2009

Nook & Pantry Fun To Share!

Okay, I have to share these new items in my store with you! I have had such a  crazy week with another round of Swine Flu in my house that I haven't had a chance to play with this amazing papers. I have a wide selection of Basic Grey in my store and I have added a lot of goodies that I am just nuts about too (:  I also wanted to say that if you go to place an order and you feel the shipping is too high, please, please, please send me an email and I will fix it for you, and probably send you something free to boot (: I really value my friends and customers and will bend over backwards to make them happy. Please check out my site and pass on the link to your friends and family! Let me know what you think (: 

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Baby Boy Scalloped Square Card!

This is the baby boy card I made for our local SCS shoebox swap last Saturday. The theme was baby, because one of our members Michelle is having her first baby boy in December. We are really excited for her! Any-who the card shape was made with the Spellbinders scalloped square die. My inspiration idea was a baby blanket. The stamp is an old Stampin Up stamp, but I still really like it. The image was colored with Copics.
Let me know what you think! 

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Lollypop Type Flowers

I have to say the pictures do not do these fun flowers justice! You can literally make these out of anything, and that is what makes them so much fun to make. The red flowers were made with leftover chipboard, run through the Sizzix using polka dots, edges were roughed up, painted with a bright red acrylic paint and a small brad was placed through to hold the layers together. In person it looks a lot like leather. The green flowers were made using the green Kiwi pack of paper from my store. I used objects around my craft room to make the layered circles. I crinkled the layers up in my hand and sanded them with a large nail file. I used a small hole punch to make button type holes and I laced the ribbon through. Diamond Stickles were placed around the edges to make the layers stand out. 
The brown flowers were made using a dark brown and tan felt. I didn't want the circles to be perfect and I fluffed up the felt to make them fuzzy. Matching medium sized copper brads from the 350 piece embellishment set from my store were added. 
These flowers are gorgeous in person! I used Hot Mamma paper, cut them using three sizes of the Spellbinders scalloped circle die, pearl paint, and a painted brad for the center. I crinkled these layers up too, and it gave it a flower type texture. I used chipboard, cardstock, felt and pattern paper for my flowers. You can use acrylic, fabric, cardboard boxes you name it! These flowers are truly fun to make (: Next I am going to use my new Basic Grey 6x6 paper and layer the patterns! Check out Scrapbook Store at Your Door's new Basic Grey 6x6 Indian Summer, Eerie and Eskimo Kisses (: 
Let me know what you think!!!!!

Friday, October 16, 2009

Paper Crafts Santa Card!

I made this card for our Ladies Ink challenge last month (I am really behind). I cased this idea from the latest issue of Paper Crafts Magazine. They had a template I could print out, but of course I wanted to figure it out on my own. They have a cute winter owl I want to try also! For my Santa I used the circle scallop punch in place of a regular circle punch in their card. I also added Diamond stickles to the white in Santa's outfit. 
I am so sorry for the infrequent posts, I have had 4 sick children home for the past two weeks. It has put me behind in a lot of areas. I will be opening a special holiday page on my website soon (still working on it (:) I did a add a special Food Themed category that has a ton of food related products in one place! If you are into recipe cards, creating recipe albums or just love to eat you will love the products we have available. I also have Copics! If you haven't visited the store in awhile check it out and let me know what you think! 
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Monday, October 5, 2009

Eerie Acrylic Smash!

I had so much fun making this card!!! I used the tutorial on SCS for making an Acrylic Smash card. I used a $1 stamp set I found at Target the other day on the acrylic. I used Citrus acrylic paint on the underside and smashed it into eerie paper from Basic Grey. I used Diamond Stickles to highlight the stars and ghost images. Google eyes were added to the ghosts. The paper is all Eerie from Basic Grey found in my store. The ribbon is some that I had on hand. I popped it up with Sticky Doos. If you haven't tried this technique I encourage you to, it was a total blast (: Hope you are all having a great week! I am working hard to get caught up on challenges. 
Let me know what you think!!!!!

Copic Club Information

Scrapbook Store at Your Door Copic Collector's Club

1. Six months of Collecting to make Copics affordable!
2. Four amazing options to fit YOUR needs, just pick one:
~Sketch Stamping Set A 36 marker set, $40 monthly
~Sketch Stamping Set B 36 marker set, $40 monthly
~Ciao Sets A, B, C or D Sets of 36, $26 monthly
~Customized Option, $40 monthly
the fourth option is best suited for those of you have random Copic markers and would
still like to belong to a Copic Club outside the sets. Send us your existing collection list and we will add 36 new Copics to your collection over a six month period. Here is the totally customized part, let us know what color families you really love and what stamps you love to color. This is a truly customized option that is unique to our store.
3. Shipments of six markers will be sent to you monthly for six months.

4. Memberships are for six months and at the end of the six months you will receive a plastic or cloth case to fit your markers. You are also welcome to rejoin the Club after your six months of collecting with us is complete.

5. Send us an email or leave a comment in this post and we will send the sign up instructions to you. *You have the option of mailing, calling in, faxing or emailing the sign up/ payment options form.

6. It will take 6 months to complete your membership. We do not stock Copics long term in our store in order to ensure the freshest markers possible for our customers. They are a special order item. If someone wishes to end their membership early a fee of the next months membership will be charged.

7. Club Member's outside the United States will be requested to pay shipping.

8. 2010 Copic Collector's Club Round 1 starting January 2010-June 2010

I think this is pretty detailed, but if you have any questions please feel free to ask. I will have this information on my store site soon. We hope that you find this club to be the most versatile Copic Club out there. We will work hard to make you happy so sign up today!
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