Stampin' Addicts Occasions Mini Blog Hop You're My Type

12.31.2011

update April 2013/ sorry folks! The images seem to have disappeared!

Welcome to the hop, folks! This weekend, the Stampin' Addicts have 16 stops of ideas and inspiration for you. We are showcasing new offerings from the upcoming Occasions Mini Catalog including some of the stamp sets and tools you will find in this, our latest mini catalog. We are all linked together, so whether you are starting here or have arrived from Mickey's amazing blog, just click through the links provided and you will make your way around the hop.

The new stamp set I'm sharing with you today is called You're my Type. This set contains a retro typewriter image along with six sentiments in the perfect font. It really looks like what you would get when you typed with these machines. (Yes, I'm dating myself....) Onto the projects:

First, here's a simple Thank You card to show you how easily the sentiments fit inside our Four Frames stamp set. The Frames are easy to cut out with the coordinating Decorative Label punch, so making a batch of these will take hardly any time at all! (Note: the quilted ribbon shown here is from our Holiday Mini; I don't know if it will be offered again. Order from your demonstrator before Jan 3rd if you don't want to miss out on it!)


Next is a fun card sharing the typewriter, our new Framelits dies and lots of love! I used the negative of the die cut (what's left when you cut out your shape) as a frame for my image. If you look closely, you can see that the frame has a nice embossed line around it. (Click photo to enlarge.)


And last is a little somethin' I put together for my friend Jessica.  This little box is full of personalized notes created from printer paper. Her name was printed 4 to a sheet and then I cut them apart into 4" x 5 1/4" segments. The words "from the desk of" are from this stamp set and were stamped with Cherry Cobbler ink. You can see another sentiment, "a little note" on the paper coming out of the machine. Cute! I invite you to check back next week for a video tutorial showing how easily the box comes together.


I hope you have enjoyed this preview of our new set You're My Type. Next, we're on to Shelley's site and a new set called Mouthwatering featuring 4 summery treats. Can't wait to see what she has done with them! Click here to be directed to her post.

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If you are clicking backwards through the posts, click here to be directed to Mickey's post. You are going to love what she has done - and she even provides all of the details!

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For a complete list of participants in today's Hop or to join in the conversation, visit the Stampin' Addicts forum. Enjoy!




Supply Details:
Stamps: You're My Type, Four Frames
Ink: Soft Suede, Basic Gray, Basic Black, Cherry Cobbler
Paper: Neutrals Designer Series Paper Stack, Soft Suede, Crumb Cake, Basic Black, Cherry Cobbler, Whisper White, assorted scraps for hearts and circles
Tools: Decorative Label punch, Big Shot, Framelits Labels, Heart to Heart punch, 3/4", 1 1/4" and 2 1/2" circle punches
 Embellishments: Cherry Cobbler Quilted Ribbon, Jewels Basic Rhinestone
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14 comments:

  1. These are fabulous!! I love that box of note cards, it is just too cute! Great idea to use the negative from the Framelit, too!

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  2. That little note box is da bomb! I love it!

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  3. Wonderful projects!! That note box is perfect for this stamp!!

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  4. Oh my!!! Gorgeous projects!!! LOVE the note paper...Pinning to Pinterest.

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  5. Cute!! Great job on all your projects!

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  6. Great projects Adriana! I really like the last one with the note paper in it.. very, very cool!

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  7. Oh my gosh, the box of note cards for you friend are adorable! How lucky is she?! The framed typewriter is fab, too, as is the first Thank You card. Simply said and elegant!

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  8. Great projects! Love the use of the negative as a frame and that little box of notes is adorable!

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  9. Great projects! I love the little notecard box. Such a great gift idea.

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  10. So cute! All of them. I love how you used the framelits for a window with the typewriter.

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  11. Very creative! That box of note cards is just darling - what a great gift for you friend!

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  12. I love that second card! It is fantastic and so is the little box. Great job!

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  13. Your projects are so adorable! Love the note card box for Jessica.

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