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Hi Everyone! Welcome to this week's MDS Blog Hop! This is the week where we show you what we've been working on.
My son's 4th Birthday Party was this weekend, so that and preparing for the Stampin' Up! trip to FIJI is what's been consuming my time! It's made for little MDS-ing. However, I DID do up a couple of things quick for my son's party. Not nearly as much as I had HOPED, but some.
It was a Ninja themed party, so I made up the favors into Asian take out boxes and made up a label in MDS to stick on them. Here they are!
Here's a close up of the label, I sized the circle to fit into the 1 3/4" Circle Punch and then printed them off on label sheets to peel and stick…
The text, Japanese writing and Dojo graphic are ALL free fonts.
The other MDS touch I did was a sign for the swords and headbands….
Same fonts for the sign. The other handmade touch I did isn't MDS related, but I DID punch out lots and lots of circles from our cardstock and punches for table confetti!
Here's my little 4 year old Ninja (on the left!) with his cousin. They had a BLAST!
So that's what I've been working on!!! Now go on and check out what the other fabulous ladies have been spending their time on this month : )
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Here's a quick video showing you the calendar, how easy it is to write on, and where I'm personally going to be storing mine!
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It's the 2nd Wednesday of the month, which means it's time for our HOLIDAY themed MDS Blog Hop. Since February's holiday is Valentine's Day, today is all about hearts, love and cupid! I've been busy gearing up for Valentine's Day, so have a couple of different projects to share with you today – yay!
First, here are the goodie bags that I made for my son to bring into pre-school. They use Stampin' Up!'s gusseted bags to hold everything and then the tag is designed in My Digital Studio and tied on with some of our ribbons.
Then I took that same tag design and recolored the objects on it to make a tag that matched the treat boxes that I bought for his teachers…
There's overhang on the circle tags, but it all gets neatly trimmed away when punched out with the 2 1/2" Circle Punch. I thought they came out pretty cute! Don't forget you can download a complete supply list of all Digital Downloads used at the bottom of this post.
The other thing that I made in MDS this past month that fits today's theme are Congratulations Cards. Since my Team is called the "Heartfelt Stampers" Valentine's Day is kinda our holiday! Every month I design a card in MDS that goes out for recognition to the Top 10 Sales Achievers, those who've recruited, promoted, etc. I order the cards through Stampin' Up!'s professional printer and just love the quality! Here is what I did for February.
When the cards came in, I tied some Baker's Twine through large Vintage Faceted Buttons and attached them to the card with a Mini Glue Dot. So these cards are "Hybrid" Cards — Digital meets Traditional!
CLICK HERE to download a PDF of the photos in addition to a complete digital download supply list to duplicate both tags and the card!
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Now start clicking away to check out the rest of today's hop! We are excited to welcome our new Guest Designer for the month of February!
My Medium Storage box arrived all safe and sound, and I couldn't wait to throw in all 36 cards from the upcoming "Year of Cards" series to see how it looked! I've gotta say… I'm even MORE excited now about this series! I just know that you guys will LOVE having this box fully loaded and ready to whip out a card whenever needed.
Here's a look at my Card Keeper Box, complete with 36 cards!
Here's a look inside…. a real good glimpse at the card quantity!
And a close up of the label… I made up the insert in My Digital Studio and printed it on cardstock. I will be including a print off of one of these for everyone who takes advantage of the 50% off box offer!
CLICK HERE for all of the details on how YOU can fill up this Card Keeper yourself!
Happy Friday! It's My Digital Studio Blog Hop Day. Today's challenge was to use owl's in our design!
This may be a bit of a stretch…. but…. there's owls in the designer paper that I used! It's the "Wonderfall" kit that has some super cute woodland animals on some of the papers. I made up these cards for a Thanksgiving Dinner Team Event I'm doing this weekend — each person will use the printed card to write what they're thankful for.
I printed them off and then will putting them in cornucopia as center pieces at each of the table, like this:
Hop on over and see what other owl projects the rest of the designers came up with!
Today's challenge was to use ribbon. Not really a challenge for me because I use ribbon on pretty much EVERY project! But I love seeing it!
I thought I would share for you the apron that I made for the annual incentive event I put on for my downline this year. I had 18 girls earn it, so opted for a Cupcake Theme keeping it easier on preparing food (as in…. delegate to a local bakery!).
We always do a game to earn prizes, so in keeping with the theme and our artistic company, I decided to have them compete in our very own Cupcake Wars! I got ediable ink and fondant so they could stamp with our stamps on their cupcakes… so fun!
But I decided very last minute (the night before… ) that they needed aprons…. so off to MDS I went and made this up to print on iron on transfers. 2 apron transfers print to a page:
Here's what they look like on the apron! I added LOTS of ribbon to the straps of these. I also like to iron on a MDS logo to any MDS wearble projects I've made so that people know where it came from!
Here are some of the ladies wearing their aprons and creating their cupcakes! So fun! The winner from each team also got to keep an apron : )
Thanks for looking! Check out what the other girls have come up with for ribbon projects!
Welcome to Day 6 of the 13 Days of Halloween Project Blitz!
Today I thought I'd share with you some of the projects that were on display at our Team Halloween Party! I didn't make any of this (except for the shot of the cups I featured a few days back), but the girls had some FABULOUS ideas!!!! The witches hat is just too cute for words, and I love the packaging of sprinkles to go along with the Cookie Press Stamp!
I'm so fortunate to have such amazingly talented ladies on my Team!
Check back tomorrow for another Halloween Project Idea!