Archive for August 2010
Isn’t this just the cutest baby boy!!!! He and his stamping Mommy dropped by to visit. He’s so adorable, I had to take some pictures of this amazing little guy. We had a lovely visit. He’s learning to talk and is so very polite. Enjoy! Buster, our Boston, thought this little guy to be quite amazing as well. When the baby sat, Buster would sit next to him. Buster wanted to sit closer to him and I caught this adorable expression! Priceless!
(Double click on any photo to enlage it!) See! I’m just so very excited because this mini Clip it Up fits perfectly into the corner of my stamp studio! I Love it!!! Remember…you use what you see and now I can see all 180 of my current card samples at a glance. Order yours today! http://www.clipitup.com
Today I want to share my new Clip It Up Mini,which arrived yesterday. It’s the perfect size for organizing and displaying my cards from convention and current swaps. The Clip it Up Mini includes:
9.5″ center colummn
12″ diameter basse
4 ring snaps Metal ring on rotating arm
40 chromed metal swivel clips
15 section tabs 30 do-it-yourself labels
This amazing carousel, as shown, is holding 80 cards right now. You can see I have alot of empty spaces and as I do have more cards to add I went back online and ordered additional metal swivel clips. When completed it will hold approximately 160 cards all in a very organized manner!
I typed the labels, using ideas from our Stampin’ Up catalog for categories….Growing Up, Holidays, Occasions, Natural (animals, flowers, trees). I also added some of my own labels I want to share with my ladies so I typed up Punches, Special Folds, Big Shot, and Borders, Backgrounds, Shapes. After the additional swivel clips arrive and I have everything added on, this is going to be an amazing project! I love that it is the perfect size to sit near my computer on my worktable in my stamp room. Right where I can see everything at a glance!
I can’t tell you how much I love this shortened version of the Original Clip It Up. It measures 12″ Wide by 13″ High. This is simply a great way to organize You can order yours from http://www.clipitup.com. I ordered the extra clips from overstock.com because they offer one low price shipping of $2.99 for anything order, no matter the size of order. I love that about them.
Today I want to share this village I’m working on. It started with the first pink house I made at CHA using the Sizzix die cut. Later, Patti Lee came to visit and made a template and the Halloween house in one afternoon. Patti is so amazing! The additional houses were made using the house template from Papertrey.com. You can order their templates online. I ordered their Home Made clearstamps (set of 22) to stamp the windows, doors, vents, shutters, etc. I love the Papertrey houses because the roof comes off and the little box can hold a small cello bag of treats, cookies, etc. Thank you for stopping by to visit.