Cheri's Cards, Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

June Projects

Here are two projects for June….I have spent much more time reading (I have read about 4 novels since school let out, my summer indulgence) and playing Mario Party on the GameCube (with the girls:) than I have stamping….even with the new rubber calling my name, I can’t find the time to stamp!

I got a package…

full of NEW colors, new stamps, new chipboard, new hostess sets…. new, new, new! I hope to get a minute today to play with it and get a sample or two posted. Watch for those AND a project or two from next week’s camp. If not today, definately before Friday!

I finally came up with the final four projects. Some sets (like Petal Prints!) didn’t get their final farewell project….. so sad! I realized that since we are doing TEN projects I needed to throw in a couple that were exceedingly quick, so two of those are here. In the end, the white card simply stamped and colored with Pure Color Pencils (using The World Over) ended up being one

A new feature!

If you scroll down to the bottom of the page, you can see a slideshow of all past pictures and samples from the blog. I hope to add more samples there, so they don’t take up all the space up here! Let me know if you like it, just click comment below this post to tell me if it works for you!

Next Garage sale and other sales!

The next garage sale for all of the used/retired items you have brought, will be Saturday June 9th. Mark it on your calendar! Visit the Specials link on my SU! site for information on theEasy 2 B Hostess 4 a Day! special good thruTuesday May 29th as well as the Do What I Do! special!

Photo Art

Here is a fun project I recently did. You really can’t go wrong when you start with two fabulous looking teenagers! The frame is a 3d one that I got on clearance at Target. I had it for a while and just ‘knew’ I would find a use for it. The ribbon rose is several links of Stampin’ Up! ribbons that I simply looped and stitched the ends all together.

Sundae Buffet!

I have been away for longer than intended, an uncle died and the funeral put everything I intended to get done back a day or two. I am in the process of catching up and hope to be totally so by tomorrow!! I have lots of emails to answer, so if you are waiting, it should be soon!! The garage sale was a great success – those of you who

Oldies, but goodies!

Here are some fun samples – all over the place, but maybe you can find inspiration with them! The popsicle card was one of my all time favorite summer cards – I am sure we will need to do a variation of it at the upcoming retirement gala camp. The colors are so bright and with the crystal effects, they really do look good enough to eat. The cherish card