You don’t want to miss out on this week’s weekly deals! These products will make your holiday “gifting” so much easier.
I love our burlap ribbon – and I just ran out! And the mini muslin bags are so much fun. You can do so many creative things with them. The goodie gear kits are such a cute way to give a little treat to someone special. And who doesn’t need a gift box at this time of year?
Remember – they’re only available through Monday, November 18, so don’t miss out – order today!
Stampin’ Up! is now offering online MDS classes. Three are available now – Beautiful Today (Intermediate class), Finest Simplicity (Beginner class), and Love This (Intermediate Class). The classes include the downloads so you can work along with the instructional video. Fun, right? And don’t let the “Beginner” and “Intermediate” levels scare you. MDS is easy to learn. These classes can be found under “Digital Downloads – Nov. 12.”
To win the next class free, go to Stampin’ Up!’s MDS facebook page between now and November 22 – www.facebook.com/mydigitalstudio – and enter.
Here’s a quick project to get you started. It incorporates the Mini Muslin Bags and MDS.
I used an iron on transfer for this project. I read half the instructions, then thought, “Ok, got it!” Well – I missed the part about letting the transfer cool completely before removing it. Oops. It’s a little vintage looking, but it kind of goes with the muslin, don’t you think?
I used the Winter Post digital images for this. Simply create a 4″x4-1/4″ canvas in MDS and create your image. I added digital rhinestones to the snowflakes, and it looked great on the screen. It also looked great on the transfer sheet. But when transferred, it looks like gray blobs. Of course, this probably is due to the fact that I didn’t read the directions, but I probably won’t do that any more. I’ll go back later and add some Dazzling Details over them.
After you have your image created, be sure to flip it (mirror image) if you have words or images that need to be facing a certain way. Otherwise, when you transfer it, it will say, “yrreM samtsirhC.” Print onto the transfer sheet and (this is important) follow the instructions for transferring the image to your project.
Thanks for stopping by Stamping with Buffy – and have a wonderful day!