Thank you for visiting my blog today while you click through the fabulous blogs on today's SUDSOL Blog Tour. Demonstrators, f you want to see for yourself why I love SUDSOL (Simply Unique Demonstrators Sharing On Line), click here or on the button to the right.
The first project I'm sharing with you today is a wonderful Tea Bag Holder. A complete tutorial for this project can be found in the Patterns & Templates library on the Sudsol website, along with modifications to make it a gift card holder! How versatile can you get? Click to see it for yourself. My version is updated - it features two items you can purchase (or earn for free!) now: Springtime Vintage DSP (Occasions Mini Catalog) and Punch Bunch (Sale-a-Bration brochure).
The card on the right (also pictured below) was based on one I found online. That card used the scallop rectangle Clearlit for the Big Shot, but I substituted the new Extra large scallop circle punch. After I'd made that sample for my Stampers Six monthly club, I had extra bits and pieces on the table, so I challenged myself to make two more cards using the same supplies. I hope you like the results.
Click on any of the samples to see them in a larger version. If you have any questions about the projects I've shown you, please ask in a comment below or email me. And be sure to visit again after the tour. Also, take advantage of the opportunity I'm offering for a two-week free trial membership in Sudsol. It's an awesome resource for your Stampin' Up! business.
CONTINUE on the Blog Tour