Saturday, 31 May 2014

Going to miss these

I am going to miss some of the things that are now on the Retired Products List. But I guess all good things must come to an end to make way for some exciting new things.

Narelle Fasulo - Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

Narelle Fasulo - Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

Narelle Fasulo - Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator



Todays card features three things that will be going away forever - Hello, Doily , Little Leaves Sizzlit Die and Punch Pack.

This is the first in a series of posts that will feature some of my favourite things that are disappearing. Many of these items have been very popular, so if you want to grab them before they are gone forever, you had better be quick.


http://www3.stampinup.com/ECWeb/ItemList.aspx?categoryid=977&dbwsdemoid=4008228
 
 
 
If you have any questions, or want me to order for you, then just pop me an email.
 
Thanks for dropping by today.
Cheers,
Narelle
 

Friday, 30 May 2014

Bargains Galore !!

Don't you love a good sale !!  Well do we have some bargains galore for you.

Every year before a new Annual Catalogue comes out, Stampin' Up! release the list of products that are retiring. AND there are some at ridiculously reduced prices.

So check them out below.

http://www3.stampinup.com/ECWeb/ItemList.aspx?categoryid=977&dbwsdemoid=4008228



You can order online or send me your list, but either way you had better be quick as some items will go fast.

Happy shopping,

Cheers,
Narelle

Saturday, 24 May 2014

For the new Mr and Mrs

Today I have the prettiest card to share with you. I was asked to make a card for the neice of an old school friend and was told the colours were purple and pink. So here is what I made.





 
 
 
As you can see I also stamped inside the card and the envelope. And as Shelli Gardner, the CEO of Stampin' Up! always says, never send a naked envelope.
 
I think I nailed the brief. But because this was an order I got away with using some non SU things...oops. But you can easily substitute SU goods for those two things - the embossing folder and the ribbon.
  
Supplies used:-
Stamps: Stippled Blossoms, Petite Pairs, Papillon Potpourri
Paper: Crumb Cake, Whisper White, Blushing Bride, Wisteria Wonder
Inks: Blushing Bride, Wisteria Wonder, Elegant Eggplant, Rose Red, Gumball Green, Pear Pizazz
Accessories: Window Frames Collection Framelits, Stamp-a-ma-jig, Decorative Label Punch, Basic Jewel Pearls, Bitty Butterfly Punch

Thanks for popping by today
Cheers,
Narelle


Friday, 16 May 2014

Photopolymer Inspiration

Hi there,

Today I thought I would share with you a card I made to test out the new Photopolymer stamps that are being introduced to the Stampin' Up! product range.

Narelle Fasulo - Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

Narelle Fasulo - Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

Narelle Fasulo - Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

Narelle Fasulo - Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator


Well let me tell you, I am very impressed with these stamps. I have used photopolymer stamps before but they have not been this great quality. These are so easy to use and not squishy like others I have used. The ink coats perfectly and you get fantastic crisp images every time. Oh and lining up is a breeze.
http://www3.stampinup.com/ECWeb/ProductDetails.aspx?productID=133450&dbwsdemoid=4008228http://www3.stampinup.com/ECWeb/ProductDetails.aspx?productID=133481&dbwsdemoid=4008228 
         Show & Tell 1                                                     Show & Tell 2


And if you order the bundle then you also get a FREE online class. I got some really helpful tips and ideas from the class, so well worth the money I reckon.

See the multicoloured and variagated arrows behind the red starburst. Well I did all that with two stamps. Each stamp consisted of 3 arrows, I just kept inking and stamping. They were so easy to line up. I stamped twice with each inking so I got a sligthly lighter stamping the second time. I think it creates a fantastic background. Then the ribbon stamp in the middle I stamped onto card and then cut out, and stamped the two arrows on it. Easy peezy. Again with the flag, stamped it, cut it out and stamped the 30 40 50. I love these stamps.

The ones I used on this projet are  only available till the end of May so you better get in now if you want them. I can tell that these are going to be well used with Project Life coming soon.

Supplies used:-
Stamps: Show and Tell Bundle, Blue Ribbon
Paper: Island Indigo, Real Red, Whisper White
Inks: Island Indigo, Real Red
Accessories: Starburst Framelits, Big Shot, Magnetic Platform, Hung Up Cute Clips, retired Real Red satin ribbon


Thanks for popping by today, and don't forget these stamps are only available for a limited time, so if you want them pop over to my shop or contact me.

Cheers,
Narelle

Thursday, 8 May 2014

Digital Project Life

You already know that Project Life is coming to Stampin' Up!, right. There will be lots to buy in the upcoming catalogue. Well Stampin' Up! didn't want you to have to wait that long, so they have released a digital range of Project Life.

I just couldn't resist the new Project Life downloads. I love the simplicity of Project Life scrapping. This type of scrapping really shows off the photos and you can fit a lot more on a layout than the normal style of scrapping I do. So without further ado, here is what I made.

Narelle Fasulo - Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

Narelle Fasulo - Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

Narelle Fasulo - Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

Narelle Fasulo - Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

Narelle Fasulo - Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

Narelle Fasulo - Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

Now this what we call a hybrid page. Some digital elements and some traditional paper craft items. I have used the digital downloads and created the journal card and embellishment cards for the page. Some I have just printed as they are, others I have added a digital stamp to and then printed. Once on the layout I also embellished others further using stamps and die cuts. And would you believe that this layout only took me around 2 hours to create, and that included choosing the photos and what Project Life cards I wanted to use. Actually choosing the Project Life cards was the hardest, because there are so many nice ones I wanted to use, it was hard deciding.

Supplies used:-
Stamps: Everyday Adventure Digital, Starburst Sayings, Peachy Keen
Paper: Watercolour Wonder DSP, Whisper White, Island Indigo, Tempting Turquoise, Pumpkin Pie, Daffodil Delight
Inks: Island Indigo, Pumpkin Pie, Daffodil Delight
Accessories: Stampin' Write Marker in Island Indigo, Big Shot, Magnetic Platform, On Film Framelits, Starburst Framelits, Hung Up Cute Clips, Washi Tape, Dimensionals

I would recommend everyone have a go at Project Life scrapping. It is so easy and heaps of fun.
These are the digital downloads available now.

http://www3.stampinup.com/ECWeb/ProductDetails.aspx?productID=137345&dbwsdemoid=4008228

http://www3.stampinup.com/ECWeb/ProductDetails.aspx?productID=137347&dbwsdemoid=4008228

http://www3.stampinup.com/ECWeb/ProductDetails.aspx?productID=137348&dbwsdemoid=4008228
 
 
Thanks for dropping by today, and please remember if you have any questions at all, just drop me a line.
 
 
Cheers,
Narelle

Thursday, 1 May 2014

Photopolymer Stamps Come to Stampin' Up!

http://www3.stampinup.com/ECWeb/ItemList.aspx?categoryid=965&dbwsdemoid=4008228
 
 
Photopolymer stamp sets are the next big thing, and they're here to stay!

Today through 31 May, take advantage of our amazing photopolymer promotion. When you purchase the Show & Tell 1 and 2 Photopolymer Stamp Sets, you'll receive the Seeing the Possibilites online class as a FREE gift!

Stampin' Up! have searched long and hard for just the right material to be able to introduce completely clear stamping. And we've found it! We're excited to announce that with the release of the upcoming 2014-2015 Annual Catalogue, we will have wood-mount, clear-mount AND photopolymer stamps. Our top-quality photopolymer stamps stick extremely well on our acrylic blocks, are durable, and the transparent nature of these sets makes it easier to line up your images without the need of a guide. This is a feature that is particularly helpful with alphabets, borders, and backgrounds! Photopolymer is clearly a great choice.

Watch these videos for more information on Stampin' Up!'s photopolymer stamps.

 

But I bet you don't want to wait until the catalogue comes out to try this great new product? Of course not! So, beginning 1 May, we are introducing two exclusive photopolymer stamp sets: Show & Tell 1, and Show & Tell 2. These great new photopolymer sets are designed to be used together. Even better, you can order both sets in a bundle that comes with an amazing online class-featuring tons of great project ideas using Show & Tell 1 and 2.

The Details:
Item NumberItem DescriptionAU Price
133450Stamp Set Photopolymer Show & Tell 1$23.95
133481Stamp Set Photopolymer Show & Tell 2$23.95
Seeing the Possibilities Online ClassFREE* ($15 value)
138101Show and Tell Bundle. Includes both Show & Tell stamp sets with the Seeing the Possibilities online class. $ 47.90





http://www3.stampinup.com/ECWeb/ItemList.aspx?categoryid=965&dbwsdemoid=4008228


Seeing the Possibilities Online Class
Our online class, "Seeing the Possibilities," provides all the basics you need to make the most of our new photopolymer stamp offerings: Show & Tell 1 and 2 Stamp Sets. Purchase the bundle and discover how quickly and easily you can line up the stamped images for precision placement with the free online class. Achieve just the right ink coverage and combine images together exactly where you want them with photopolymer. The possibilities are endless!

Divided into six PDF documents, this class includes written instructions, step-out photos, instructional videos, and supply lists for 15 projects.
The following topics are covered in the class:
  • Backgrounds
  • Building
  • Layering
  • Versatility
  • Gift Giving
  • Memory Keeping
PC Instructions
The files will be downloaded as archive files that you can then extract and save on your computer. When you click on the download link, an extraction program will automatically launch. Choose the location where you would like to save the files (be sure to note where you save them). Follow the prompts on the extraction program, then navigate to the location where you saved the files. Click on the file and open.
Mac InstructionsWhen you click on the download link, the file will be mounted as a drive. Once it is mounted, open the drive and drag and drop the files to the location of your choice on your hard drive. The files can then be opened.

I will be ordering mine today and if you want to grab  them too, just go here.

Thanks for popping by today.
Cheers,
Narelle