Friday, March 30, 2007
Wednesday, March 21, 2007
**PLEASE NOTE: THE RIBBON IN THE PICTURES IS SHOWING IN 7/8 INCHES FOR POLKA DOT AND SOLID. I AM ORDERING THE 3/8 " POLKA DOT. IT WILL HAVE SMALLER DOTS.
I have managed to get a fab deal on some organza ribbon and am offering 3 shares.... I will be cutting this off on Wednesday, April 4th and placing the order. I am hoping you will have it in your hands by April 20. Both groups are filling up fast. I will allow a few more people for each.... I have a few extra grab bags of primas and will combine shipping... email me. ALSO: stay tuned, I will be doing a gingham ribbon swap very soon :)
One is for 3/8 inch organza ribbon. there are 16 colours, you will receive 10 yards each for a total of 160 yards. Price will be $28 plus shipping . This is less than 18 cents a yard. The colours are:
Chocolate, Aqua (like a Cool Carribean), Copper, Shocking Pink, Silver, Old Gold, Ivory, Red, Apple Green, Navy, Torrid Orange, Old Willow (similiar to Always Artichoke), White, Colonial Rose (will match Rose Red and Bravo Burgundy), Purple Haze, Light Gold (more of a Summer Sun).
This option is being removed as there was not enough interest!
The Third swap is for dotted sheer organza ribbon in 3/8 inch. You will get 5 yards of each of 15 colours for a total of 75 yards. Price will be $23 plus shipping. Colours are Orange/white, purple haze/white, apple green/white, black/white, ivory/white, lavendar/white, baby blue/white, pink/white, white/black, royal blue/white, red/white, white/white, shocking pink/black, baby maize/white, old willow/white.
Email me if you wish to join more than one and want to combine shipping
Thursday, March 15, 2007
Hi, Ladies, looks like I was able to resolve things and will be getting all of our flowers early next week. The first shipment will hopefully arrive tomorrow (*fingers double crossed*)when they come, I will be able to send all of the group 1 swaps out ! j
it looks like we are getting the press n' petals and daisies early next week.
I have an extra 12 bags of assorted primas- hydrangaes, got flowers (studio 24), quick pick essentials 2 (see pics) etc. and would like to sell them for $34 (plus shipping). you will get the equivalent to 4 containers of assorted primas in a bag. Let me know if you are interested or know someone who is. thanks again for joining my swap. I will be listing a dotted organdy and gingham ribbon swap shortly- trying to get pics from the supplier. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions......
Half of the flowers came yesterday and are bagged and ready to go ... Just waiting for the rest and the extras....
PS If you missed out and may like to participate next time, email me at email@example.com
1. Krista Larsson PAID! Mailed
2. Karen Cappern PAID! Mailed
3. Alison SnowPAID! Mailed
4. Carrie Gaskin PAID! Received!
5. Melanie Wainman PAID! Mailed
6. Maureen Pollock Picking up this week
7.Karen Simmers PAID! Mailed
8. Diana Crick PAID! Picking up
9. Deanna Dancey PAID! Mailed
10. Rachael Gubbels PAID! Mailed
11. Stacey Barrows PAID! Mailed
12. Stephanie Van Herksen PAID! received
Tuesday, March 13, 2007
Versamark is an essential tool for every cardmaker and scrapbooker. It is on my top 10 list of must haves.... here are just some of the uses:
*Just stamp and emboss with coloured embossing powder or clear powder for a see through shine
*It is great for watermarked backgrounds, it will show as a deeper shade of the colour you stamp on, making a subtle background on any colour. For every colour of paper you own, you know have a complimentary ink :)
*Poppin' Pastels: stamp images on paper with your versamark and now dauber pastels over the image and it will cling to the versamark. It provides a soft shadowy image.
*Pulling Pastels: on darker card stock, rub pastels across page, now stamp versamark over the images and it will pull the pastels off where you versamarked!
*Use to make a shadow for your words. Stamp your original image in ink (the kaleidocolour pads look super!) now restamp the word using versamark and because you will be slightly off, you now have a watermarked shadow. Take it one step further and emboss it with clear or hologram embossing powder.
*Brayered resist: stamp the image on cardstock using your versamark. Leave to dry for a few minutes... now brayer your ink over the image. (again, kaleidocolour works very well!) The ink will resist the versamarked image..... This works well on matte cardstock and even better on glossy
*Versamark and 2 step stamping- stamp the first image in veramark and the second image in encore metallic ink. this looks great on burgundy and navy cardstock!
*use to create subtle lines for your journaling