We each have a set of Stampin' Up! papers, cardstock, stamps and ink and some punches that we'll be using today.
For my three projects I used the Just Add Cake paper line, Pennant Parade stamp set, Petite Pennants punch, Scallop border punch, ink and cardstock.
First up, my card.
Next is my layout about Ryan's first haircut. Sniff. My last baby is no longer a baby! Also, I'm really loving orange right now.
And my third project - mini-notecards to stick in Emma's lunchbox. I'm writing little notes to her on the back. I love how these turned out and I plan on making more so I can stick one in her lunch every week for the rest of the school year.
For Marie's three projects, she used the Big Top Birthday paper line, Make a Monster stamp set, plus cardstock and ink.
First is her card.
Marie said, "For this card I used the Make a Monster stamp kit. With three monsters, eyes, teeth, hair, and horns, the kids and I are all going to have a blast creating little creations and fun cards for them to send."
Next is her layout.
"I finally got around to scrapping my very first Halloween photo. Yes. My daughter is SIX. My problem is, we don't really do scary things yet and I kept getting caught up on the need to use all of my cute orange, black and purple Halloween paper. Well, as soon as I saw this Stampin' Up! paper, I knew I was once again going to break the rules. Red, white, and blue make so much more sense with the kids' costumes. And finally, I have scrapped a Halloween page!"
For her third project, Marie made a mobile to hang over her youngest son's changing table.
"A few years ago I was surfing the interwebs and stumbled upon an adorable tutorial (photo mobile inspiration) for a mobile over at Design Dazzle. I knew I would end up making it one day. Hooray that day has arrived! While it was originally created with fabric, I knew I could easily adapt it with some cute paper and twine. It was a fun project, plus an act of desperation as we are in the sweating-my-head-off-wrestling-a-very-strong-baby-during-diaper-changes stage. So far it is working well!"
Seriously, is this not the cutest mobile ever?
Now it's your turn! Grab some product and challenge yourself to make three different projects using the same items. We'll be checking out the Flickr gallery to see what you come up with.