May 07 2010
Wow I just realized that I had to talk a lot more about this cruise. There are so many things we did out there. Day 2 was sea day, we were heading out to Barbados. At a Stampin’up! event there is always General Session. I would love to share with you some fabulous stampin’ projects. Pam Morgan presented a Tropical theme party which is geared to prep for her sons pre-wedding party. If you adore these projects, they are all available in the new summer mini catalogue. You can order from me today or book a party of your own.
Wouldn’t these make great center pieces!
I will definitely do those for my daughter’s birthday party. Actually, she will be able to help me out as it’s the exclusive Stampin’up Bigz Die Island Floral #118871. What is so practical and fun about using dies with the big shot is You can do 8 layers at a time. Pam used the Island Oasis designer paper #117173. The colors are so pretty.
Again using the Island Floral die from page 27 in the Summer mini to create a lei. Pam gave us a great tip: curl the petals with a bone folder and then use your paper piercer and string the flowers into our linen thread or hemp twine.
This is a banner Pam created using the Pennant Die. Guess what is celebra…?
It is celebrate in spanish
And now what is a party without favor boxes. Pam used the island Oasis party favor boxes # 117178 from p. 27 of the mini. There are 12 boxes with 12 bellybands included for only 7.95$ These are just stinkin’ cute!
With the same party favor boxes and island oasis die, she decorated a string of low voltage patio-party lights. It was just gorgeous!
Pam also used My digital studio # 118108 to create the invitation and the level 2 hostess stamp set Punched Posies from the summer mini. Get this exclusive hostess set when you have 395$ in sales or more. Ask me how!
This is one of my favorite things that Pam shared. She made for the bride to be a bracelet. It is from the mini also on p.17. She used the simply adorned bracelet #117342 with the circle charms #117349 and square charms #118476. Inside she added movers and shakers itty bitty bits stamped images #117056. These images were punched with the punch pack itty bitty shapes # 118309. So no cutting involved. How sweet and delicate. What a great mother’s day gift or even for my sweet daughters.
Remember you can always shop on-line. Click on my upper right-hand button. And get these fabulous products at your door step. It is not too late to ask gift certificates for mother’s day. Give your spouses my email and your wish list. It is that easy!
I hope you enjoyed my share today, I need to finish prepping for Lysanne’s workshop tonight.
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