Monday, March 18, 2013

Easter Treats

I made these adorable Easter "bunny kisses" using punches and the top note die. Super cute way to give someone some sweet Easter cheer!

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

St Patrick's Day

 I would like to share some St. Patrick's day projects I have been working on. The first is a 3 leaf clover with kisses. I saw this idea on Brenda Quintana's blog ( and just loved it.
 The next are mini chocolate bars wrapped in DSP with a punched leprechaun topper. I made a lot of these!
Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Friday, February 15, 2013

Valentine's Day Teacher Gifts

For my little boy's preschool teachers I made flowers for Valentine's Day. I love using Stampin' Up! punches to make flowers. It is so simple to do. I use my scrap pieces of  paper and  punch 6-8 pieces of the same image, crumple them up in your hand and then flatten back out and place a brad through the center. That is it! I attached mine to a green pipe cleaner and then wrapped that around a wooden plant stick for extra support.
I couldn't stop there though! I had to make something pretty to give them their Valentine chocolates in.

Here is what each received.
I then placed  them into these adorable fabric bags. My little boy Alex made the tags!

Hope you had a great Valentine's day!


Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Leadership 2013 Swaps

It has been a long time since I have posted but I have a lot to share! One of my 2013 resolutions is to be more organized and post the pictures of the projects I make. It is so much more fun to share.

Here are four of the swaps I made for Leadership conference in Orlando in January. I love to make swaps and trade with other demonstrators to get new ideas and samples using things I might not have.

What do you think? More to come soon!

Sunday, November 4, 2012

Blog Candy Winner

Thanks to everyone who joined us on the Jacksonville STARZ Blog Hop and all the wonderful comments. The blog candy winner was selected using The winner is...Deanie. I will be sending you a private email to get the address to send it to you! Thank you!

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Jacksonville STARZ Blog Hop

Welcome to my Blog and the First Jacksonville STARZ Blog Hop! We are so excited you are here and look forward to sharing with you.
I would like to share with you my Stampin' Up! family tree. This tree shows my first level downline (demonstrators who have signed up with me directly). As you can see there are blank spaces if you would like to join my Stampin' Up! family...and now is the perfect time to do it (more details below).


See what a $99 investment can do for you!
  • The Stampin' Up! Demonstrator starter kit is $99.00. It gives you $125.00 in Stampin’ Up! merchandise of your choice and business supplies to get you started.
  • The current demonstrator sign up special being offered by Stampin’ Up! is a FREE set of 10 ink pads in addition to your starter kit… your choice of color family (excluding neutrals). This is a $49.95 value and you do not pay shipping or tax.
There is also a hostess special this month. 
  • If you hostess a workshop totaling $450.00 in merchandise you will receive a FREE set of 10 stamp pads (color family of your choice of subltles, brights or regals (excluding neutrals) another $49.95 value (if you would like to book a party let me know).
But can combine these two promotions. 
  • Sign up this month to become a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator and get your FREE set of 10 ink pads. Then be your own hostess for your first party. With sales of $450.00 from that party you will receive another 10 ink pads for FREE and $65.00 in FREE hostess merchandise and 1 item for half price! What a great way to start your business for a $99.00 investment.
But that is not all!!!
My upline Lee Conrey will add to that…..she will send you a Magic Bow Maker or a set of (3) Card Stands just for signing up with me. How awesome is that!
 Card StandsMagic Bow Maker
    Now onto the Blog Hop..Here is my Card Share and my Blog Candy!
    I found this card online last year and I cannot remember who made the original. I loved it so much that I had to make one of my own. That is another great thing about Stampin' Up!...we share and inspire each other!
    The stamp set for this card is Pennant Parade. The colors are always artichoke and cherry cobbler with accent colors of more mustard and garden green.
Here is my blog candy...two packs of cardstock (real red and night of navy). 
All you have to do is leave me a comment with your contact information and I will have a drawing for the winner on Sunday (11/4).
Click on the links to continue your Blog Hop or go to the end of the blog
and click on Lisa Loves to Stamp
    I appreciate you visiting! I would like to introduce you to Lisa Tyndall from Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida - Lisa  Loves to Stamp
Happy Stamping!!!


Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Halloween Treats

I LOVE HALLOWEEN!!! I made candy corn treat bags for the trunk or treat at Alex's preschool this morning. I used the hostess set Mixed Medley along with some punches and the treat sacks from Stampin' Up!.
I also decided to make something for the teachers and staff at the preschool. I used the stamp set Greeting Card Kids (I told you I LOVE this set) and Howlstooth and Scaringbone Designer Paper. I colored the little girls using my aquapainter and reinkers. I really like the way you can shade with this technique and how great the colors look.
Inside each bag is one instant coffee pouch and a biscotti. I thought the teachers would enjoy this treat more than candy!
Happy Halloween!!!