Tuesday, August 23, 2011
Welcome to the Studio Stampers Blog Hop! You should have come from Lianna Vigil and your next stop after visiting me will be Angela Schellenberg.
Our big Amuse News is the 2011 Holiday Catalog! The new catalog is filled with great holiday products spanning from Halloween to Valentine’s Day.
And now onto the Blog Hop….
Boo to you! Okay so Halloween isn’t exactly around the corner but the way time is flying it will be here before we know it. The Halloween stamp set I used is “Too Cute to Spook” it can be found here.
I kept it simple and clean. I got fancy on the spider web. I cut it out using Onyx cardstock and then used the Sakura quickie glue pen to line the web and covered it in flocking. It adds just enough texture and creepiness.
The circle die cut I used with an embossing mat to give the card some texture and a place for my stamps to stand out.
I used a random stamp technique on all the little squares. First I stamped a 3x3 cardstock piece and then cut into 1x1 inch pieces. A great way to make your own patterned paper and add interest. I chose to keep it “clean” but I could have easily inked up the edges and gave it a grungy feel.
Well Thanks for “Hopping” by and enjoy your next stop….Angela Schellenberg
Paper: Vanilla, Pumpkin, Wasabi, French Roast Wood grain Ink: Wasabi, & Momento-Black Ribbon: Wasabi/satin & Baker’s Twine/Onyx-White Stamps: Too cute to Spook-Amuse, circle frame-Papertrey Ink Dies: Web-Amuse, Pinking Circle-Papertrey Ink Other: white flocking, Copic Markers, 3D adhesive
Krystie Hersch http://cleanandsimplecards.com/2011/08/august-blog-hop.html
Kathy Hatzke http://kathatstamps.blogspot.com/2011/08/august-studio-stampers-blog-hop.html
Karen Crisp http://papernstamps.blogspot.com/2011/08/studio-stampers-august-blog-hop.html
Kari Bell http://karikards.blogspot.com/2011/08/studio-stampers-blog-hop.html
Lianna Vigil http://llamatales.blogspot.com/2011/08/krysties-muses-blog-hop.html
Kellie Maggio: You Are Here!
Angela Schellenberg http://gypsypaperie.blogspot.com/2011/08/as-blog-hop.html
Veronica Zalis http://lk2thestarz.blogspot.com/2011/08/studio-stampers-blog-hop.html
Monday, August 22, 2011
Thursday, June 30, 2011
Just a quick little post. A vibrant card made with an Amuse Studio stamp set; Sea Shells. I just random stamped the images than pop dotted it on ocean cardstock. I added cranberry ribbon, twine, and some cut out shapes. The mini tag is Stampin’ Up, both the punch and the stamp. Thanks for looking!
Wednesday, June 15, 2011
Friday, June 10, 2011
You will be hopping out of your seats to get creative when you click around and see all the cool ideas using Amuse|Studio products.
We carry the latest and greatest red rubber cling stamps and paper products. I am a paper snob, sorry I just know what I like, and the patterned paper really should be called patterned cardstock. It is sturdy and can be used as a card base itself. I also love that the cardstock is white on the back; this means no more adding white to the inside and adding bulk. The cards I decided to share do not have a sentiment on the inside but I thought the outside said enough.
Lianna Vigil http://llamatales.blogspot.com/
Kellie Maggio YOU ARE HERE!
Kristen Watson http://branchandsky.blogspot.com
Veronica Zalis http://lk2thestarz.blogspot.com
Kathy Hatzke http://www.kathatstamps.blogspot.com
Kelly Spivey http://www.southpawpaperarts.com
Lisa Wakabayashi http://dragonfliesandcats.blogspot.com
Karen Crisp http://www.papernstamps.blogspot.com
Kristie Hartfeil http://krismybliss.wordpress.com
Angela Schellenberg http://gypsypaperie.blogspot.com
Heather Wroe http://wroedeo.blogspot.com
Tuesday, May 31, 2011
At the time that I signed up I believe there were just about 200 consultants, that is low compared to all other direct sales stamping/scrapbooking companies. They have a nice angel policy so if I want to sell stuff in my etsy store I can. You can also mix with other products and post and share. No real exclusivity! I love that because at first you never have all the product. I will be posting as often as I can with new card and page ideas. The team I signed up under is awesome and we will be hosting blog hops as well.
If you think this might be something you are interested in contact me and I will do my best to answer your questions.
Sunday, February 6, 2011
I was playing some more while the wonderful Super Bowl is on. I printed the tag on Kraft cardstock and colored it in with colored pencils and white gel pen. I also used the 1 3/4” Limitless Layers die to cut the red layer and the frame is a Spellbinders die. I love the PTI dies, they coordinate with most of the stamp sets. That’s all for tonight, it’s time to get the kiddos to bed and ready for school tomorrow.
I downloaded this great page of tags from PTI, you can find it here. I chose to print it on Kraft cardstock (which my new printer did reluctantly). I then colored it in with colored pencils and a white gel pen. The patterned paper is from Die Cuts With a View: The Celebration Stack. The picture doesn’t do the colors justice. My camera battery died as I was taking the pictures so I had to use my iPhone and the lighting in my room stinks at night. PTI is giving one lucky winner a chance at helping design a stamp set…how awesome would that be. Until the drawing is made I will have to ponder what I would design if given the chance to make any stamp set I wanted.
Saturday, February 5, 2011
I used the PTI Friendship Jar Fall Fillers to make this cute label for my S'Mores in a Jar. I made these for the kids teachers. They turned out really cute.
I am posting to share but also to enter the drawing for an awesome prize package! Take a trip to Capture the Moment to enter for yourself.