Monday, May 31, 2010

Envelope Gift Card Holder

My card share for today is actually a gift card holder. At my day job, every month, an employee is picked for the "Employee of the Month". I always make the gift card holder. I cased this on Splitcoast Stampers. This was by Theresa Momber. I changed it up a bit. I used a larger envelope. I like how it turned out.
Of course the gift card will replace the Ingles card.

Card stock used is Close to Cocoa (soon to retire) and Very Vanilla.
Inks used are Close to Cocoa, Mellow Moss and Ruby Red (all soon to retire)
Stamp Sets used are"Eastern Blooms" and "Well Scripted".



I hope you all had a great Holiday weekend. And for those of you who are off today too, I hope it rains. (only joking) I hope your day is excellent. As for me I'll be where I am every Monday. (blaaa) " Stamp Till You Can't "

Saturday, May 29, 2010

One more pic today and guess what? No "Spotlighting". This one is a bit different for me but I liked the yellow and black together. The sentiment is from the stamp set "Thank You Kindly". I love this set. Four different ways of saying Thank You. Enjoy! and " Stamp Till You Can't"!

Stamping 411 Challenge

I made this card for the Saturday sketch challenge with Stamping 411. As you can see I did the Spotlighting again. Okay so I'm hooked! For the cardstock I used Black, Pretty in Pink and Whisper White. The inks are Black and Pretty in Pink. The satin ribbon is also Pretty in Pink. The stamp set I used is Watercolor Trio. This set is in the new Summer Mini. Check it out on the side bar. Have a great day and " Stamp Till You Can't"

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Spotlighting Again

I love this technique. I also love this little bird. It's in the stamp set called

"Spring Song" #115074. I changed the colors a bit and made it for my Dad.

I think he'll like it.

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

My card share for today is one that I made for a gal I grew up with and had lost touch with. ( about 23 years ago ). I was able to locate her and talked with her. I'm sad to say that her heath is not good but she was in good spirits and was surprised that I called her. Oh my , the memories that come back.

This technique I used I saw on SCS and thought I would try it. The technique is called "Spotlighting". I was real pleased with the way it came out. Hope you like it. I also used the new Smooch from Stampin' Up! I love this stuff. It's hard to see the shimmer on the card but trust me it's there. My photography has much to be desired but I'll get better. Thanks for popping in. I'd love to see your comments.





Sunday, May 23, 2010

Just a little video share for you today. Honestly these ladies "really" enjoy what they do as you will see. Have fun watching and check out more of their videos. They're a riot.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p57iqFpSOLE&NR=1

Saturday, May 22, 2010









Here's a card I made using " A Flower For All Seasons" stamp set- item # 111592

This is in the 2009-2010 Idea Book and Catalog.








Card stock used is Barely Banana (retiring color),

Basic Grey (retiring color) and Verry Vanilla.

Also used a retired DSP (sorry can't remember the name). The inks used are More mustard, Bashful Blue, So Safron and Garden Green. Ribbon is So Safron.

I cased this from another website, sorry, I don't remember which one, and changed it up some.
















Friday, May 21, 2010

I still have a couple of spots left for my Technique Class on Saturday the 29th at 6:30 pm. If you live in or around the Kings Mountain area and would like to come please email me by this Sunday. The cost is $5.00 and we will be making three cards. This will be a class on the use of Blender Pens and also how to use the Stamp-a-ma-jig. I look forward to seeing you. Just scroll down to the bottom of the page and you'll see my email address. Have a great day today.

Your Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Sandy

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Feeling The Love




I have to show off my family. These are pictures of my daughter-in-law and two terrific grandkids. The love for stamping runs in the family.


Wednesday, May 19, 2010


Hi, I'm Sandy Glover




I recently began a fun and rewarding adventure as an


Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.


I love what I do and love to share with others. I hope


you will join me on my journey.


It may be a bumpy ride at first, but I promise things


will get better.




I also work a full time job as an Office Manager.


I am married and have one son. He and my beautiful


daughter-in-law have given me two wonderful grandkids.




I hope you visit often.

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