Thursday, September 6, 2012

September Blog Hop


Thanks for joining me from Annie's page!  She always has such cute items up her sleeve!  I am still in a whirlwind with the first month of school.  This week I had meetings every day after school and even one in the evening.  This makes for LONG days and lack of brain time.  I did make some super cute projects for this Blog Hop though and I also have some really CUTE cards to share this weekend (featuring Halloween!).  
The pencil holder on the left is for my desk at work.  I am trying to make more things to shawcase our products at work.  The frame I made (see project HERE) has received SO MANY compliments.  It's the perfect way to show non-card items!  The card is a thank you I plan to give a student who thought of me on their trip to Poland (she knew I am polish and brought back some goodies for me).



I bought this cute acrylic pencil holder at Michael's for 40% off (I think it ended up being less than $5).  I made the inserts using card stock, DSP, a punch and a button.  Each side is the same design - showcasing "A, B, C, D" - one on each side.  The Storybook DSP works PERFECT for this as I literally cut them apart and glued onto the card stock!  

This card was made using Storybook DSP.  It's great when you can piece DSP together to make it look soooo cute!  I love how the "It's a Wrap Occasions" stamp set looks so perfect with this paper!  Feel free to continue hopping onto Nancy's page!  She has some awesome projects for you this month!

 
 Blog Hop Participants:
  1. Shellie G. of Creative Electica
  2. Annie L. of Love Me Cards
  3. Pam S. of Stampin' in the Sun!
  4. Nancy B. of Lady Stamps-A-Lot
  5. Rose C. of Stamp with Rose
  6. Tonya B. of Stampin' with Tonya
  7. Dawn S. of Dawn's Creative Chalet
  8. Patricia T. of Sunnyone Stampin'
  9. Heather W. of Stamping with Heather
  10. Darcy J. of DJ's Stampin' Place
  11. Kim R. of Stamping with Kim
  12. Nancy B of Momma B Stampin'
Supplies:
Storytime DSP
Wild Wasabi, Riding Hood Red and Pool Party Card Stock
It's a Wrap Occasions and Made For You Stamp Sets
Scallop Edge and Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border Punches
Subtles Buttons (So Safron)
Pool Party Twine
Rhinestones
Riding Hood Red and Staz-on Black ink

12 comments:

Nancy Brown said...

Great projects Pam. What a great way to showcase Stampin' Up! product at work. I love how the DSP is ready made, no stamping necessary!

Stampin Dj said...

Your projects are both over the top amazing! So cute and creative!

Heather said...

Awesome job Pam! Love the pencil holder! Going to have to look for some of those for teacher appreciation week!

Shellie G. said...

What a great way to showcase the DSP! Some people get stuck on how to use larger images in DSP when all they need to do is realize that they can use them as a focal instead of a backdrop. I think your designs will help them see that.
Love both of your projects and think I must now buy this dsp :)

Tonya said...

The pencil box and card are so cute. I am sure your stamping projects are a big hit at school. Thanks for sharing!

Pat T. said...

Wow!! Awesome projects. I totally forgot about the apple in the It's a Wrap set! Thank you for sharing.

Dawn's Creative Chalet said...

Love love love your projects.. I really did this Storytime DSP.. and I cant believe I didnt play with it sooner myself. Amazing projects.. ty for sharing! :)

Kim Ryden said...

Love your card and pencil holder! I have loved that paper since I first laid eyes on it. But I don't have a school-aged child. So what would I use it for??! But I want it! ;)

Rose Castillo said...

Both your projects are cute. I especially like that pencil holder. Great job.

Annie Lee said...

LOVE THESE!!! Isn't it great that this DSP does most of the work for you?

Anonymous said...

thanks for posting.

Nancy Berg said...

I am sure that pencil holder looks fantastic on your desk! Beautiful projects, as usual! :-)