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Count your Rainbows Card

The February monthly crop is coming up. I was browsing online wondering what to create this month for the make-n-take. I came across this great tutorial for a Flower Pocket Card on Stephanie Luman’s blog.

Supplies:   Big Shot, Sizzix Dies {flower & tag}, Button, Metal Brad, Kaiser Rhinestone,  Pop-up Glue Dots, Chatterbox Bradmaker circle Punch, Fiskars Edge Punch, Willow Satin Ribbon from Savvy n Sassy,  Natural Hemp Twine, Inkadinkadoo Stamp, Fancy Pants Paper, Bazzill, Staz On, Chalk Ink, Stickles, Smooch,  ATG Gun, Sandpaper.

So Sweet…

I created a Card using 3 Fiskars Punches and a Ek Punch. These punches are so easy to use.  They fit right in my desktop/ tool tote and go everywhere with me. A perfect touch to any layout or card. You have to love tools that are easy to use and you enjoy using over and over on various projects.

Supplies:

SnS Lace – Light Cream cotton Blend Lace
SnS Velvet – Coral Rose Velvet
Fabric AC Thickers – By The Yard Bubblegum Fabric
Basic Grey Lemonade Paper
Basic Grey Chip Sticker
Stickles

Border Punches – Fiskars & EK
Bazzill Cardstock

A Everyday Adventure

This week’s Spotlight Special at Savvy n Sassy features the October Afternoon Papers and all the Mini Albums. These items will be on special in the store from July 2nd -10th.

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I enjoyed creating this mini  album of my boys featuring October Afternoon Weathervane papers and a Basic Grey Album. These are the Spotlight Special  items on SALE this week at Savvy n Sassy!  The title of my mini album is “A Everyday Adventure”, it focuses on just the everday moments at home, which can be some of our most cherished  memories. I altered the laces to the color I  desired by using Shimmerz Spritz.

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This was a great kit to work with. I  used the white lace with some Glimmer Mist to alter to the color I desired. I  also  used the turquoise loop braid, this color is fabulous!

“Tropical Splash” June SnS Ribbon Kit

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 Supplies:  Chatterbox, Pebbles Inc, SnS Ribbon, Making Memories, Daisy Bucket, Basic Grey, American Crafts, K&C, Cloud 9, Scenic Route, Fancy Pants, Doodlebug, P. Etc, Prima, 7 Gypsies, Tattered Angels, Kaiser Craft, Maya Roads, DCWV, Heidi Swapp, EK Sucess, Junkitz, Smooch, Kelly Panacci, Bo Bunny , Ranger, WRMK, Magistical Memories, Stampin Up, Imaginatin Project, Autumn Leaves, Scrapworks.

Huge White Cotton Cluny Lace from “Tropical Splash” June SnS Ribbon Kit

Savvy N Sassy will be looking for TWO energetic and creative designers who love ribbon to join our design team!
If you are interested in receiving a new and exciting ribbon card in the mail each month filled with beautiful designs and colors then this call is for you!

Each month you will receive our Ribbon Kit of the Month in the mail. In turn, you will provide for us three projects/layouts to showcase in our gallery. These items created are not sole property of Savvy n Sassy. You will be able to post them in other online galleries, blogs, submissions etc. The only stipulation we ask is that you just add in the “ribbon provided by Savvy n Sassy” phrase when sharing your layouts.
You will also be responsible for 1 or 2 “How to” entries on the Savvy n Sassy Blog, and participation in our online crop (we have one crop per 6 month term).

Design Team members will receive a discount on stock in store and free shipping on purchases with each months kit. (as long as they are lettermail, larger items will be charged extra)

As a design team member, we are seeking individuals who are interested in bonding with the team as a whole, have time to post and upload layouts to share and inspire with everyone on a regular basis. All applicants must be active in the forum/gallery in that they are familiar with our members and the overall environment of SnS.

If you are interested and believe you would be a fit for our team then please submit the following:
— User name in SNS forums
— three projects or layouts showcasing your use of ribbon (created in the last 3 months)
— small bio about yourself including email and snail mail address
— list of any other design teams you are on
— please acknowledge how much time you are comfortable with to devote to Savvy n Sassy each month
— Link to your Blog
— Link to your online Gallery
–Why would you like to be a Desiger for Savvy n Sassy?

Term begins July 1st, 2008 and runs until December 31st 2008
Submit your application by June 20th to:
submissions@savvynsassy.com

New team will be annouced on June 29th
Good Luck!!!

 

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Chipboard Box……….

Supplies
~ 5 pieces of Chipboard3.5×3.5 inches
~ 2 sheets co-ordinating Pattern Paper
~ approx 2-3 yards of grosgrain 3/8 inch to match your pattern paper
~ mod podge & paint brush
~ Sanding block or sandpaper
~ Crop-a-dile
~ Corner rounder optional)

Directions
1. Take one sheet of the Pattern Paper and cut out 5 pieces 3.5×3.5 inches. Do the same with the second sheet of pattern

2. Using the Mod Podge take one Sqaure from the first sheet of pp and cover one side of the chipboard sqaure. Then cover the oposite side of the chipboard sqaure with the second sheet of pp.
(do this to all 5 pieces of chipboard)

3. When completly dry you can now take your corner rounder and trim the edges of the chipbaord squares (optional)

4. Using your sanding block, sand the edges of the chipboard.

5. Take FOUR pieces of your chipboard (set ONE to the side). Using the crop-a-dile or a whole punch, punch 3 holes along one side of the chipboard & 3 holes along the other side of the chipboard, doing this to 4 pieces only!

6. Take the piece of chipboard you set to the side, Punch two holes in all four corners. this piece will be the bottom of your box.

7. Tie all your chipboard pieces together using the ribbon!

 

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