Yes, it has been a while since I have shared any projects with you all, and for that I sincerely apologize. I decided to take off on another adventure that will slowly incorporate my completed paper crafts — I opened a booth at the High Street Antique Market in Plano, Texas. If you are local, please stop by and shop my personal collection of clear depression glass (mostly Candlewick Pattern by Imperial Class Corporation out of Ohio, 1930s-1984) at Booth #137! I opened the first week of May and my booth is a little sad looking, but I hope to be able to spend more time “decorating” it to make it more attractive so that I make my first sale soon.
I have been holding off sharing the new products from the Annual Catalog that goes live on June 4 (I mean, it’s cruel to dangle things in front of your eyes that you can’t get yet, right?), but I just had to share with you what I made for my Mom for Mother’s Day. Sadly, though, I had a raging migraine and was running a fever so I have not been able to give it to her yet, but she has at least seen a picture of it!
I used the following Stampin’ Up! products in the design of this project that will become available for purchase on June 4, 2019:Product List
And here are additional Stampin’ Up! products that I used in the design of this project that are available for purchase now and in the new Annual Catalog on June 4, 2019:Product List
And finally, I used the following Stampin’ Up! tools which are available now through June 3, 2019, or while supplies last:Product List
Now that is a bit complicated. I think I will hold off on sharing the new products for a little bit longer to keep my posts shorter!
I think you are going to love the entire Magnolia Lane Suite of products once you get your hands on a copy of the new catalog. Everything is just so beautiful you will want it all, just like I did!
To create the dimensions of the magnolia flowers I stamped four (4) of each and cut each out with the coordinating dies. I attached the bottom flower with snail, the second on top with dimensionals, I cut the leaves off the third and attached on top with dimensionals and the fourth I cut all but a few of the center petals off and attached with dimensionals. The 5×7 frame is from a local big box store (regularly $19.99 so look for a 50% off sale!).
If you have any other questions regarding the design of this project, do not hesitate to ask. My tutorials and assistance is always offered for FREE and with no obligation.
Thank you for stopping by today. I hope you leave here inspired to put stamps to ink to paper. Until next time, stamp on my friends.