Big Sky Stampin' Papercrafting

I have been a crafter most of my life, starting in about 8th grade when I tried to embroider some frogs on a quilt, that I never finished! Although the list of what "I never finished" is long, and includes cross stitch, knitting, crocheting, quilting and more, my latest obsession is paper! I joined Stampin'Up! as an independent demonstrator in October 2011 and have been going like crazy ever since! I offer classes in my home, do catered card parties at your home and sell my cards locally in Bozeman, Montana and around the lovely Gallatin Valley. I would love to meet and talk to you if you are interested in the papercrafting hobby or just need some unique handmade cards for a special occasion!

Monday, February 9, 2015

Warm enough for tulips

We are having an unseasonably mild winter here in Montana, so much so that we opened a bunch of windows yesterday and enjoyed the smell of fresh air in our house. I've lived here long enough to know this is just faking us all out and March will be a beast; or maybe April; or maybe May. It will come though!

Anyway, I'm inspired today by one of my favorite flowers.. the tulip! This is a cute stamp in the new Occasion's catalog that was on my first order. I used the Pirouette Pink and Wild Wasabi  Blendabilities to color the flowers and stems, which is always fun. Hope you like it!


Just to make it a little more interesting, I folded up some newsprint paper from the "Typeset" paper and tied a little thick Baker's twine around it... Very fun and easy card!  The supplies are listed below in case you are interested!  

As always, feel free to contact me if you are interested in any of the Stampin'Up! products or curious about the papercrafting hobby. I'm a firm believer that hobbies are good for the soul, especially when some of your former duties have faded from your life (i.e. babies, toddlers, preschoolers, kids in school, Scouts, sports, music lessons, etc.!!!!) . 
Happy Monday!
Sarah


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