Saturday, November 5, 2011

Stampin'Up! and Frenchie team!!!!

Good day y'all
Today I will share the 2 presentation that Lynne and Holy did at the team meeting last Tuesday during the storm. Thank you to all that adventure the road to come at the meeting. Here what 2 of my team member share with all of us.

 The top one is a flower that Lynne show how to do with cork and the shinny around is Liquid Applique.
 These 2 cards was what  Holly demo how to use Bleach with Smooch Spritz. I will do a video on this one for sure. The picture don't show ggod at all but if you look closely you will see the shimmer on the bleach. It's all don at the same time when you use the bleach technique you add some smooch on top of the bleach before stamping.
For the coaster it's the #2 Scallop die and the big one on that die
 This was way cool Lynn demo and we made one to. It's a coaster but a WOW one the top of it she added a window sheet so it will not damage your paper. So here how the layers goes: Cork, adhesive sheet, DSP, again another sheet of adhesive and then your window sheet. Yes I will do a video on this one to. :)

 Top picture is Holly with my son, I didn't took a picture when she did her presentation I got distracted I guess but I had this picture from last year and always wanted to share this picture to show how tall my son is ooops well maybe it's Holly that is short :) I love standing by her.
Here Lynn when she was demoing the coaster.
Thank you to both Lynn and Holly for the lovely project, you both did a fabulous job!
Now talking about my team.... would you like to join and get a free big shot or 100.00 Stampin'Up! merchandise? if so click here to found the detail or call 307-778-3662 0r e-mail HERE   if you have question.
Only one more day for free stamp set for my 45th birthday check the post of yesterday for all detail.

France Martin
France Martin

It's me Frenchie with a little french accent living in the United States, that loves to create and share paper crafting. Hope I inspired you to create your own creation with paper. Thank you for stopping by. Come again soon!

1 comment:

  1. Hi Frenchie,
    I was wondering what size scallop circle was used to make the coasters? Thank, Eunice B.


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