World Card Making Day

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Pocket Card

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Fishy, fishy in the pond, swimming freely on and on. This cute little pocket card would be great to give to just about anyone you love.

 

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Instructions:
1. Cut piece of card stock your choice in color 9″ x 5 1/2″ and score it at 4 1/4″ and 8 1/2″. Next measure up the side to 3″ from the bottom of the card, and mark it. Cut from that mark up to the middle score line, this forms your base. Cut two pieces of designer series paper 5 1/4″ x 4″ and adhere one piece to the inside of the card. The other piece has to be cut down to fit the outside of the card just like we cut the base piece. Do this and then adhere it to the front of the card.
Next cut a piece of card stock that measures 4″ x 5″ and a piece of designer series paper that measures 3 3/4″ x 4 3/4″. Adhere these two pieces together and add a stamped fish or words to the card from the sea shore stamp set.
Fold the base of the cards and adhere the 1/2″ tab with tear and tape as well as the bottom portion of the card. Stamp a fish or sentiment on cards stock cut it out and adhere it to the front of the card with dimensionals. Then just put your card to the pocket.

ENJOY!

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Candy Land Card

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Do you remember playing candy land as a kid (I do!) or maybe you play with you children now? Try making this cute card for your kids or for a child in your life.

 

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Instructions:
1. Cute a piece of real red card stock 8 1/2″ x 5 1/4″ and score in half at 4 1/4″ to form the base of the card. Cut two pieces of whisper white card stock 5 1/4″ x 4″ and adhere one of them to the inside of the card. With the other piece, sponge with a sponge dauber and marina mist ink a little over half of the card stock. Be sure to use circular motions and then finish the other half with garden green ink. Adhere this piece of card stock to the card base we made earlier and set aside.
2. Next stamp the gingerbread from Cookie cutter Christmas in
color of your choice and punch it out with the cookie cutter
builder punch and set aside. Now cut out 7 pieces of card stock
in rainbow colors 1/2″ x 3/4″ and set aside. Die cut one of the
houses from the home sweet home thinlits out of crumb cake
card stock. Then cut off the tabs, the bottom, as well as the side
of the house, be sure to leave only the house shape. Also cut
out the door frame, and window, I used red foil paper for the
door frame. Add the door frame and draw a handle on the door
and add the window to the top. Next stamp from the sweet
home stamp set, the banner, the roof, two candy cane poles and
4 of the peppermint candies. I cut everything out but punch out
the candies with the 3/4″ circle punch. Assemble the house as
shown on my card above.
3. Add the house to the card, then add the candy land path,
tucking the last one under the house. Next add the gingerbread
man to the tiles with dimensionals and lastly add the banner
and candy to the top, adding the words Candy Land to
banner,
ENJOY!
Now go and have fun and play the game with your kids and grand kids and don’t forget to check out my website at www.bjstampingtreasures.stampinup.net for all these great products.
Stamping hugs Brenda

Here is an alternative card I made, that I thought you would enjoy.

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Get Well Soon Soup Card

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Would this great card cheer you up? Well try making this easy card for someone who does not feel well and send it to them.

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Happy Birthday Rose Card

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This beautiful rose card used a dry embossing technique and is pretty easy to do. You could make this card for any occasion and can be easily modified with any embossing folder.

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Instructions:
1. Cut black card stock 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ and then score it at 4 1/4″. Fold on the score line and this makes the base of your card. Next cut 2 pieces of whisper white card stock that measures 4″ x 5 1/4″ one goes on the inside and wrap the other one in tin foil adhering the back with snail. Now run that piece through the big shot with the embossing folder of your choice and adhere this too the card base.
2. With a piece of basic black card stock and the large rose from the rose garden thinlets. Run it through the big shot and then adhere it to a piece of whisper white card stock. Color in the rose and leaves, (your choice in color) cut out the rose and adhere it to the piece of card stock you did with the tin foil.
3. Use some wink of Stella to make the rose glittery and lastly stamp the saying of your choice (I used a birthday saying) on whisper white card stock and cut it out. Adhere this to the card and you are done.
ENJOY!
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August 2016 Classes at BJ Stamping Treasures

August 2016 Classes at BJ Stamping Treasures

August 6th from 12 to 4pm:
Card Making:
Please join us for our monthly card making class where you will make 5 awesome cards, learn new techniques and have fun too. This class is designed for both beginners and advanced card makers and you do not have to have taken any of our other classes with me to attend this one. This class is held in my home and if it is your first class with me it is free. Class is four hours but may not take that long. You only need to bring a tape runner, payment and a smile. Classes are held on Saturdays and payment and your reservation are due by that Thursday before class. You can emai or call me at brenda@bjstampingtreasures.com 413-203-5196 for details
Hope to see you there!

August 13th from !2 to 4pm
Memory Keeoing/Scrapbooking Crop:
Please join us for our monthly scrap booking crop, where you bring all your scrapbooking projects you have been working on or want to work on and we get together and get lots done. This crop includes the space to work, snacks, a make and take and lots of fun. It is four hours but you can stay as long as you wish. Class is open to all ages 8 and up, and would be great for a mother and daughter or even you and your grandchild. You need y register 2 days prior. Call or email me for details at 413-203-5196 Brenda@bjstampingtreasures.com
Hope to see you there!

August 9th from 10 am to noon & 19th from 6pm to 8pm:
Technique Class: letter O for Opposite stamping
Join us for our monthly technique class that is meant to teach you different techniques that you can use in your card making or crafting. We are working our way through the alphabet, learning new techniques, but you do not have to have started from the beginning. You can start any where you wish, take one class or all of them. Cost is $20.00 and includes supplies and instructions. You must register at least 2 days prior to the class, call or email for details at 413-203-5196 Brenda@bjstampingtreasures.com
Hope to see you there!

August 27th from 12 to 2pm
Project Class:Birthday party in a box and others
Please join us for a project class where we make a project or sometimes a few of them, learn new things and have a fun time doing them. This month the projects will be 4 cute boxes and bags. Anyone can attend and you just need to bring a tape runner, sticky strip or tears tape and a smile. The cost of the clas is $20.00 and you must register at least 2 days prior. Please call or email me for more details at 413-203-5196 Brenda@bjstampingtreasures.com
Hope to see you there!

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August 2016 Classes at BJ Stamping Treasures

August 2016 Classes at BJ Stamping Treasures

August 6th from 12 to 4pm:
Card Making:
Please join us for our monthly card making class where you will make 5 awesome cards, learn new techniques and have fun too. This class is designed for both beginners and advanced card makers and you do not have to have taken any of our other classes with me to attend this one. This class is held in my home and if it is your first class with me it is free. Class is four hours but may not take that long. You only need to bring a tape runner, payment and a smile. Classes are held on Saturdays and payment and your reservation are due by that Thursday before class. You can emai or call me at brenda@bjstampingtreasures.com 413-203-5196 for details
Hope to see you there!

August 13th from !2 to 4pm
Memory Keeoing/Scrapbooking Crop:
Please join us for our monthly scrap booking crop, where you bring all your scrapbooking projects you have been working on or want to work on and we get together and get lots done. This crop includes the space to work, snacks, a make and take and lots of fun. It is four hours but you can stay as long as you wish. Class is open to all ages 8 and up, and would be great for a mother and daughter or even you and your grandchild. You need y register 2 days prior. Call or email me for details at 413-203-5196 Brenda@bjstampingtreasures.com
Hope to see you there!

August 9th from 10 am to noon & 19th from 6pm to 8pm:
Technique Class: letter O for Opposite stamping
Join us for our monthly technique class that is meant to teach you different techniques that you can use in your card making or crafting. We are working our way through the alphabet, learning new techniques, but you do not have to have started from the beginning. You can start any where you wish, take one class or all of them. Cost is $20.00 and includes supplies and instructions. You must register at least 2 days prior to the class, call or email for details at 413-203-5196 Brenda@bjstampingtreasures.com
Hope to see you there!

August 27th from 12 to 2pm
Project Class:Birthday party in a box and others
Please join us for a project class where we make a project or sometimes a few of them, learn new things and have a fun time doing them. This month the projects will be 4 cute boxes and bags. Anyone can attend and you just need to bring a tape runner, sticky strip or tears tape and a smile. The cost of the clas is $20.00 and you must register at least 2 days prior. Please call or email me for more details at 413-203-5196 Brenda@bjstampingtreasures.com
Hope to see you there!

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Shaker Cards

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These shaker cards are awesome to give and great to make. You can make them for any occasion and kids love them.

 

 

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Big Shot

$110.00

 

Instructions:
Cut a piece of card stock your choice in color, 11″ x 4 1/4″ and then score it at 5 1/2″. You can also cut your paper the other way at 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ and then score at 4 1/4″. Fold all score lines and then with the project life die and the big shot cut out a window in the front of the card.
2. Next cut out a piece of window sheet that fits the window and
adhere it to the window with fast fuse. Now with our new foam
adhesive strips adhere team right around the window being sure
to keep them spaced close together around it. Add sequins or
micro beads to the window sheet center. Now pull off the other
backing and adhere another window sheet to the top of the
sticky strips. Cut out another piece of card stock that measures
5 1/4″ x 4 1/4″ and adhere over the last window sheet.
3. With a piece of whisper white card stock that measures 4″ x 5
1/4″ stamp the stamp set of your choice to create scenery or just
one stamp. Adhere that paper to the inside of the card and add a
stamped image or embellishment to the outside of the card You
can also emboss the outside of the card before you begin a well.
ENJOY!
Great job on your first shaker card! Now go and make more and don’t forget to visit my blog and sign up for my monthly newsletter where you get exclusive projects, idea’s tips, updates and more.
www.bjustampingtreasures.com
Stamping hugs Brenda

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Mouse Card

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There’s a Mouse in the House Birthday Card
Eeek! There’s a mouse in the house and he says it’s your birthday! Try making this cute birthday card and writing that message inside. This card is great for anyone of any age and can be made with my help.

 

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Project Life Journaling Pens

Instructions:
1. Cut a piece of daffodil delight card stock to 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ and score it at 4 1/4″. Cut a piece of whisper white 5 1/4″ x 4″ and adhere it to the inside of the card. With your big shot and the larges of the smallest set of the layering circles framelits, and cut it out of the front of the daffodil delight card stock. Now punch out 1/2″, 3/4″, and 1″ circles out of the daffodil delight card stock to make it look like cheese.
2. Now out of basic grey punch out 1 3/4″ circle punch, 2 – 1″ basic grey circle’s and 2 – 3/4″ melon mambo circles. Adhere the melon mambo circle to the basic grey circle and then adhere the ears to the 1 3/4″ basic grey circle. Punch out 2 basic black hole punch and adhere them to the mouses face. Punch out 1 – 1/2″ circle, cut it down with scissors and adhere it to the mouse for a nose. Add whiskers and a mouth to the mouse. Cut a body for the mouse and add it to the mouses head, adhere the mouse to the open window, attaching at the bottom and top. Cut out two hands/arms and then a whisper white banner that measures 3/4″ x 2″. Flag the ends and stamp a sentiment on it. Adhere the arms/hands over the sign and attach to the card.
ENJOY!
Now that you are done check me out me on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Google +, and Instagram. BJ Stamping Treasures
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Pikachu Card

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Pokemon go is all the rage right now so I thought I would get on the band wagon and share with you how I made this cute card. It’s easy and you can even make it with your kids.

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Instructions:
1. Cut a piece of daffodil delight card stock to 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ and then score it at 4 1/4″ to form the base of the card. Cut a piece of whisper white card stock to 5 1/4″ x 4″ and adhere it to the inside of the card.
2. Now for the front of the card punch out 2 real red 1″ circles, 2
basic black 1″ circles, and 2 whisper white hole punches. Then
cut out a mouth to look like Pikachu’s mouth out of cherry
cobbler card stock. Cut out a tongue for his mouth out of melon
mambo card stock and adhere it to the mouth. Ink up the mouth
with a basic black marker all around the outside of the mouth
and toungue. Add the mouth to the middle of the card, and the
real red cheeks to the side of the mouth. Then add the white hole
punches to the black circle and add to the face above the mouth.
3, Lastly add a little basic black nose and add a sentiment to the
bottom of the card or on a piece of whisper white card stock.
ENJOY!
Now that you have joined the Pokemon craze, go and search my blog and see what other great projects you can find to make. Also don’t forget to sign up for my monthly newsletter where you get exclusive projects, tips, ideas and more.

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