Friday, October 29, 2010

Your friends will know they are in for a spook-tacular good time when they receive a custom Halloween party invitation!

An all-over coat of black flocking made these spiders just a little creepier...


Inside is a surprise with a fun pop-up Spiderweb!



The spider got a little lost on the dark background. Here it is up-close:


I did the text and colored background of this invitation on the computer. Keep in mind that with the right patterned paper, you can print text right on to it from your computer. All of theHalloween shapes were cut out of black cardstock using the eclips and then adhered to the invitation. The silhouette look is so quick, easy and perfect for Halloween.


It's always fun to send a handmade card. Here are some not so spooky ways to greet your friends.

Glittery Candy Corn and a cute selection of patterned papers made this happy card.


The orange rosette was made with gathered crepe paper, but now we have a die that makes it oh so easy... check it out here.


Inside is the pop-up Spider & Web.


Glittered Bats die-cut from mat board and attached to wire seem to flutter on the front of this card.


Inside is the Bat pop-up die created by Karen Burniston. Really clever!


Happy Haunting
Beth
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An eclips Scoring Project....

I've had so many requests for more information on the incredible scoring feature of the eclips. It really is amazing!

Here's a video that will show the scoring in action on a cute project.



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Supplies Used:

Sizzix eclips
Albums, Bags & Boxes Cartridge
The Stamps of Life Stamps
PK Glitz Glitter

Happy Crafting!

Hugs,
Stephanie
Sizzix
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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Time to Think About the Thanksgiving Table!

Here's a great project from Debi, one of our designers....

In her words...

I’ve gotten all my fall decorations out and have decorated for Halloween but I really felt the need to get started on Thanksgiving. Seems it gets here so quickly and, since I have Thanksgiving at my house, I decided not to procrastinate any further. I am making these little turkey place cards for my table. They are easy to make using our e-clips machine!




Using the Holiday cartridge, cut two turkeys, front and back from different colors of cardstock. Snip and adhere one set of the pieces to the front turkey. Adhere bamboo skewers to the turkey, aligning them with the legs. Cover the skewers on the backside of the turkey with turkey #2. Insert the skewers into the spool base and adhere in place. Embellish spool with ribbon.



Again, use the e-clips machine to cut out fall leaves. Embellish with watercolors. Attach bow and leaves to spool. Insert decorative pins. Add place card to turkey. The nice part of this project is that the e-clips machine can be cutting out all of the pieces while you work on something else. Ah, multi-tasking. Who couldn’t use a little bit of that?




Wow, Debi, what great Thanksgiving Table Decorations. Any chance you'll invite a few more to your table?!? ;)

So, crafters, what will your table look like for Thanksgiving? The time to start thinking about it is now! ;)

Happy Crafting!

Hugs,
Stephanie
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Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Halloween Pop-up Card . . . open if you dare!

I wasn't sure if I wanted to know what was lurking inside Karen's eerie Halloween tri-fold card -

On the front of the card, I used the Bigz Chandelier, by Rachael Bright, die cut from black matboard and embellished with red Stickles flames and silver teardrop jewels. Some spidery webbing drapes around the "fright fixture" (see what I did there?) and a chain at the top completes it. Behind the chandelier is a piece of patterned paper, with heavily-inked corners, a pre-made title and a foldover tab to open the card. A bejeweled spider hangs out on the tab, daring you to open!

A magnet is hidden inside the foldover tab as well as below a paper circle on the underneath portion of the card, keeping the card tightly closed until you're ready to open. And then, when opened, it becomes this:

Inside the card I've used the Bigz Pop-up Pumpkin and Bigz Pop-up Bat dies over a strip of patterned paper.


Here's a close-up of the pumpkin:



The pumpkin himself is die cut from patterned paper and the pieces sprayed, front and back, with Ginger Peach Luminarte spray, from Creative Imaginations. Once dry, I stamped the pieces with a script stamp using black ink and then assembled the pumpkin. Rather than use the face pieces that are included on the die, I used buttons for the eyes and wove a piece of ribbon through the pumpkin as a mouth.


Now let's look at the bat:


The bat was die cut from black cardstock and then I sprayed the pieces, front and back, with Pewter Luminarte spray, from Creative Imaginations. I love the way the Luminarte sprays add a random pattern plus a lovely sparkle, even on dark black. Once again, I used buttons for the eyes rather than the eye pieces included on the die.


The Pop-up Bat and Pumpkin dies can be used long after Halloween for a variety of themes and styles by changing out the accessories. At their core, they are each just a round pop-up, so be thinking of ornaments, globes, apples, animal bodies, snowmen, Easter bunnies, flowers, gift card/photo holders and more!

Sizzix Supply List: Bigz Pop-up Pumpkin, Bigz Pop-up Bat, Bigz Chandelier, Black Matboard

Other Manufacturers Supply list: Luminarte sprays; Creative Imaginations, Patterned papers; My Mind's Eye, Little Yellow Bicycle, Fancy Pants (pumpkin body) Magnets; Basic Grey, Foldover punch; McGill, Ink; Colorbox, Stickles; Ranger, Slot Punch (for pumpkin mouth); Stampin' Up!

General Craft/Source Unknown: buttons, chain, brads, ribbon, stamp, webbing, spider, rhinestones

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Monday, October 25, 2010

Sizzix on the Road!

Friday and Saturday of last week, we were on the road at the Scrapbook Expo in Ontario, California!

It is always such a joy to share the eclips with others. :)

Here's a quick {aka unedited!} video of Ken and Jill...






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Hopefully we will see YOU at a future Expo!


Happy Crafting!

Hugs,
Stephanie
Sizzix
P.S. Don't forget about our Warehouse Sale! October 29th and 30th!
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Sunday, October 24, 2010

40 eclips videos in 40 days!

We did it! We met our goal of 40 eclips videos in 40 days!!

We hope you've enjoyed learning about our new favorite e-cutter!

With so many great features, of course we will have more videos, tips, tricks and projects in the future!




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Happy Crafting!

Hugs,
Stephanie
Sizzix
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Saturday, October 23, 2010

Set it Up!

Customize your eclips your way! Whether it's changing your Greetings, Language, Dimension, Sound, Version and more, it's all yours!




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Happy Crafting!

Hugs,
Stephanie
Sizzix
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Friday, October 22, 2010

Twist and Turn with the eclips!

We are winding down to only a few videos left of our 40 videos in 40 days on the eclips! We hope you have been enjoying the videos as much as we enjoyed taping them for you!

Today's episode focuses on rotate. From 1 degree all the way to 360 degrees, you can rotate shapes to optimize the material being cut.

Check it out!





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Happy Crafting!

Hugs,
Stephanie
Sizzix
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Thursday, October 21, 2010

Print2Cut...

One of my all time favorite features is Print2Cut. It's amazing how the eclips "knows" where to cut! Check it out!



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Happy Crafting!

Hugs,
Stephanie
Sizzix
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Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Chipboard?!? Not a problem for the eclips!

YES, the eclips can cut chipboard! Find out how!



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Happy Crafting!

Hugs,
Stephanie
Sizzix
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Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Thanks Dena for this inspiring project. I love the color scheme, very retro and fresh. Its the perfect project for a young tween or teen and it would make a great gift. Change up the color selection and you have a project that can be recreated for all seasons. Have Fun, Jewels

With school back in full swing and Fall at our front door, it's easy to forget that Winter is right around the corner. To embrace these very colorful days of Fall , I embellished a fabric journal with some vibrant, die cut felt flowers! This project is fun and easy and only requires a few basic materials. So go ahead... put some breezy music on, grab a cup of warm tea and invite your friends to join the fun soaking up these Fall days!

All you need is a cute fabric, paper or leather journal, some colorful felt, buttons and your Sizzix materials.

Gather:

  • Sizzix Machine
  • Themed floral dies or other summer-inspired motifs
  • Felt
  • Buttons
  • Scissors
  • Fabric glue

Create:

  1. Die-cut flowers or summer-inspired motifs out of colorful felt
  2. Adhere the felt flowers to your journal and let dry
  3. Embellish the center of the flowers with buttons (optional)
  4. Cut a scrap of fabric to match the width of the journal's binding, wrap around the inside and create a bow.
  5. Voila!
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It's MORE about the Laser!

To further customize material size, the Laser setting can be used to cut an odd-sized material or to confine a design to one area of material.

Check it out!



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Happy Crafting!

Hugs,
Stephanie
Sizzix
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Monday, October 18, 2010

Odd Shapes? Not a Problem for the eclips!

It happens to me all the time. I have on more sheet of a specific cardstock/paper/etc. and I need to cut something out.

NOT a problem for the eclips! Check it out....




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Happy Crafting!

Hugs,
Stephanie
Sizzix
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Sunday, October 17, 2010

I am so honored that Pat Sloan asked me to be a guest on her Radio Talk Show tomorrow afternoon Monday, October 18th at 4:00 p.m. East Coast time. You can listen to the show LIVE by following this link http://toginet.com/shows/creativetalkradio or download it afterwards. The show is also available on ITUNES which is beyond cool! We will be talking about Die Cutting and Quilting with the NEW Westminster Big Shot Pro and Quilt Dies. Pat has been "playing around" so it will be super interesting to hear what she thinks about the NEW Sizzix Quilting products. Make sure you tune in! Julianna

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eclips Tips and Tricks!

Here are a few Tips and Tricks for your eclips machine!



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Happy Crafting!

Hugs,
Stephanie
Sizzix
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Saturday, October 16, 2010

Don't Blink!

You might miss it! How fast is the eclips? Check THIS out!



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Happy Crafting!

Hugs,
Stephanie
Sizzix
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Friday, October 15, 2010

Are you looking for something?

I have a sign above my door in my craft room that says, "Organized people are just to lazy to look for it!"

That describes my life! My craft room is so messy, BUT, I know where everything is!

When it comes to eclips cartridges, I LOVE the search feature....watch the video to see why....




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One of the best things about working at Ellison/Sizzix, is the people! I'm not used to working in an office setting....it's so fun!

Here's a video about a fun guy...Mike.... ;)



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Yes, it's true, we have WAY too much fun at work! ;)


Happy Crafting!

Hugs,
Stephanie
Sizzix
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Thursday, October 14, 2010

My girlfriend Katy has a Halloween Party every year that I look forward to attending.
I especially love all of the treats that she makes and her decorations. This year I am going to turn her on to the Fabulous Beth Reames one of our in house Sizzix Designers. She has some spooktacular ideas that I am sure Katy will enjoy creating! Take a look, Jewels

Here are a few fun ways to share Halloween treats!

I'm sure I've said it before, but I love that all of the Bigz and Originals dies can cut so many different materials. The Candy Corn was cut out of mat board then covered with patterned paper to create nice sturdy little embellishments for this candy tube. For the label I used my old label maker. I just cut a thin strip of paper and fed it into the label maker instead of the plastic tape. I can emboss anything I want to say and then sand or ink the saying to highlight it! For complete instructions on how to make this candy tube, you can go here:http://www.sizzix.com/idea/1754


Again with the mat board...it's hard to see in the picture, but this time I covered both sides of the mat board before cutting. Black on the outside and hot pink on the inside. And the Ruffled Cupcake Holder will hold waaayyy more than cupcakes. In fact, all of the Scoreboard dies that have been created by Eileen Hull are amazing! Be sure to check them all out starting here:http://www.sizzix.com/catalog/designer/Eileen%20Hull



Last but not least, one of the oldest tricks in the book - the covered chocolate bar. This is one of the giant-size chocolate bars. I'm so sad the small ones don't come wrapped in foil anymore....

Yum.
Beth
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Can you Repeat That?

Remember "Do-Overs?" I do. I remember playing four square on the playground at school and if someone made a mistake, that person would yell, "Do Over!" :)

Well, the Repeat button is sort of like a Do-Over. (without the mistake) Check it out...



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Happy Crafting!
Hugs,
Stephanie
Sizzix
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Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Who's Birthday?!?

Debi is sharing a great birthday theme with us today....

Take it away, Debi....

Well, it’s another birthday in the art room and another opportunity to show what fabulous dies and e-clips cartridges we have. I created a banner using our Starter Kit Cartridge (#655934). The sentiment was created first in standard font then cut in another color using the shadow feature. The branch and owl were cut by hand from paper- covered chipboard.



The Leaves (#656715) were cut from various shades of paper and stitched into a line formation. Very easy to do! I then attached them to the branches.


These treat bags added to the “owl” theme of the party. I used Tim Holtz’s die, Movers & Shapers, Ornamental for the head. Any of the larger leaf dies (#656714 or #656715) will work for his arms and Hearts (#656335) formed the feet. I hand cut the beak.




Finally, I created a “tree” using two trunk bases that were slit so that one side slid into the other. The middle base was a toilet roll holder, painted and tabbed at bottom. Our Big Shot Pro Scallop Circle die served as the trees leaf base. To support cupcakes or other treats, remember to cover chipboard with your choice of paper then die-cut the Scallop Circle. These make up the foundation of the tree. Next, cut several Scallops from just paper to make the branchy stuff on top. Cut them in half, then fold in half so that Scallops to Scallops meet. Create tabs on the straight edge side by scoring. Make tiny v cuts in the center of the tab section so that the tabs can be adhered to the base. Adhere in place. Cupcakes placed in our Cupcake Holder(#656142), makes it feel like it’s a tree!



Debi, what a great theme! Happy Belated Birthday, Jill! ;)


And now, a new eclips video!

Believe it or not, the eclips can actually realign the Cutting Blade to the last point before the Cutting Mat was unloaded. What a memory! Check out the video....



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Gosh, I wish my memory was this good! ;)

Happy Crafting!

Hugs,
Stephanie
Sizzix
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Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Oh My Crafts Discovering Possibilities Event

A HUGE Shout Out to the OMC Team for putting on an AMAZING event! I had so much FUN and truly enjoyed meeting all of the CREATIVE Woman in attendance. You truly INSPIRED me and I LOVED being in your presence.

The event was held in Salt Lake City, Utah at the Hotel Monaco. The hotel was beautiful and the staff was super attentive! All of the details were covered and then some. I would go back and stay there in a heart beat.

In addition to teaching, I was also lucky enough to give away 2 eclips machines! Check out the Winners on our Facebook page, they were SUPER HAPPY!

I hope your enjoying the NEW eclips videos. I am learning so much from Kevin and Stephanie! Its so cool to have instant reference on all of the FEATURES & BENEFITS of the eclips machine. You two ROCK!!

Have a FABULICIOUS day! Jewels




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eclips Quick Tip!

Quick Tips are the BEST! Here's one for the eclips...



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Happy Crafting!

Hugs,
Stephanie
Sizzix
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Monday, October 11, 2010

Christmas is Coming!

And we need to start getting ready! Deena has a great Christmas Card to get us in the mood!

In her words....

The weeks are starting to fly by and pretty soon, before we know it, the holidays will be here. I've been playing with the new Tim Holtz dies and just couldn't resist combining the Townscape On The Edge die with the new Texture Fades. After it was all put together I added some embossing ink and ultra thick embossing powder randomly on the image and then heated it to melt the embossing powder. I love the effect it made on the embossed image.


Ready, set, make some Christmas Cards!

Thanks so much, Deena!




And now, it's time for our next eclips video! So what are those blue marks on the keypad? The answer is simple: they're alternate font characters -- in other words, a bonus version of a character! Check it out...



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Watching all of these videos makes me fall in love all over again with the eclips!

Happy Crafting!

Hugs,
Stephanie
Sizzix
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Sunday, October 10, 2010

TAG! You're it!

Okay, once you've cut letters and words, you're ready for Tags and Charms. Check out the characters you can place and personalize inside them.

Check it out!



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You'll never guess where I am today! Las Vegas, Baby! I'm attending a wedding...of course the Bride and Groom wanted to get married on 10/10/10. And by adding Vegas on their side, I'm sure they will have lots of Good Luck! ;)

Happy Crafting!

Hugs,
Stephanie
Sizzix
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Saturday, October 9, 2010

It's Word Time!

Whether you're a person of few or many words, here's how you can create, cut and even edit words.

Check it out!



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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT...

Sizzix will be having a Warehouse Sale! Woo Hoo! Mark your calendar NOW!

When:

Friday, October 29th 8AM-7PM

Saturday, October 30th 8AM-2PM

Where:

25862 Commercentre Drive
Lake Forest, California 92630-8804

Make your travel reservations NOW! You won't want to miss this! ;)

Happy Crafting!

Hugs,
Stephanie
Sizzix
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Friday, October 8, 2010

To Font or Not to Font....

When is a font more than a font? When it's on an eclips cartridge! :)

Learn to cut by the letter. For fonts on selected eclips cartridges, you can choose the size and quantity as well as customize with different options.



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Happy Crafting!

Hugs,
Stephanie
Sizzix
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Thursday, October 7, 2010

Treat Yourself

My past posts have been focused on decor tricks but I think now it's time to treat yourself!


I know this necklace might look daunting, but there are so many different chains and findings available at the local craft store, if you know how to open and close a jump ring, anything can be attached to create a necklace.
The real trick was the Spiders....

The Spiders are made out of die-cut black shrink plastic. I'm not going to lie, getting those skinny, spidery legs to shrink straight was tricky. And anyone who has used shrink plastic before knows what I'm talking about. But I'm a patient person.... and I was very happy with the result. One reminder, be sure to punch holes in the Spider before shrinking. I use a super small hole punch and it turned out just the right size for a jump ring.

Now on to something for those who prefer instant gratification...

I started with store-bought glass pendant frame. Die-cut Candy Corn is adhered to a small square of printed paper and put into the frame. Hang it on a chain and you're ready to go.


Beth
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Sizzix Triple Play Blog Hop

We're excited to announce the start of a fabulous Blog Hop organized by three of our licensed designers: Brenda Pinnick, Eileen Hull and Karen Burniston.

Here's how it will work. We've challenged sixty (yes, SIXTY!) all-star designers to create projects with dies designed by Brenda, Eileen and Karen. Starting Thursday, November 4th, each designer will post a project on their own blog using that week's featured die. You'll be able to hop around and view all the creations. The Hop will go on for seven weeks, with a different die being featured every Thursday.

Here are the dies and the dates they'll be starring:

So without further ado, let's introduce our all-star participants:









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Under Pressure? The eclips can handle it!

Have a material that requires more pressure to cut? Learn about the six different pressure settings and how they can be easily adjusted.



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Happy Crafting!

Hugs,
Stephanie
Sizzix
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Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Hey, it's PIP Time!

For even more design options, take your selected shape and enclose it inside one of several Picture-in-Picture {aka PIP} shapes.

Also, this video will share a "Behind the Scenes" Tip from Kevin! Shhhhh! It's a secret! ;)



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You are now officially an Insider! :) Isn't great that we have Kevin to share these tips with us?!? :)

Happy Crafting!

Hugs,
Stephanie...who is now on her way to Utah! I hope to meet some of you at the Oh My Crafts Event! :)
Sizzix
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Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Spooky Spiders

Karen Burniston has brewed up a spooky little card for Halloween using her NEW Pop-up Spiderweb die and the NEW Bats TI folder. Here's what she says:


I started with a simple flip card. Here's a schematic for how to make one:

For my card front, I embossed it first with the Bats TI folder and then drew in a border with a white pen and ruler, avoiding the embossed bats.
I added a pre-made Halloween embellishment from my stash and added the word "happy" using white rub-ons. The spider was die cut from self-adhesive foam and then I peeled off the tape liner and poured clear embossing powder over it and heated it. Two red rhinestones add some spooky eyes.
Around the edges of the card back, I stamped spider webs in white ink.

A flip card is a bit like a teeter-totter (or see-saw). The card front is one end of the see-saw and the pull tab is the other end. Pull the tab and the card flips open.
Inside the card, I've used the new Bigz pop-up Spiderweb/Spider die, which is desperately simple to assemble. Simply cut the web, attach the outermost spoke to one side of a card interior using a small glue dot or brad, then add a small glue dot to the top of the web center and close the card. Open it and the web pops up. It's that simple!
The spider is on the die as well. For this card, I cut multiple spiders and glued them on the web so they pop up, too.
For the greeting, I die cut the words "Trick or Treat" using the NEW Chip Block Sizzlit strip by Tim Holtz. I covered the letters in glitter. Final touches were some ribbon and the word "boo" on the pull tab that is hidden when the card is closed, but revealed when the card is open.

Other supplies: Cardstock (Core'dinations); Embellishment (Making Memories); Ribbon (Fancy Pants); Small White Rub-ons (Doodlebug); Brads, rhinestones, white pen, spiderweb stamp, embossing powder (General Craft/Source Unknown)

For more ideas on using the Pop-up dies, and video tutorials, visit Karen's blog using the link in the sidebar at the right.



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Mirror, Mirror....

You'll flip for this! The Mirror key reverses the image to be cut, which allows for a pair of perfectly matched shapes and proper iron-on transfers.



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Happy Crafting!

Hugs,
Stephanie
Sizzix
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Monday, October 4, 2010

Halloween Outdoor Decor


I love Halloween and decorating my house. This year I am going to make the new 3-D Bat and hang them in my tree in the front yard. I used just black paper and added some glitter glue to the wings. The die comes with paper eyes, which I used and then attached green jewels on top. There is some assembly required, but it is a great thing to do while you are watching TV at night.

Cara
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You'll Never get Bored with the eclips Borders!

Who doesn't love borders?!? Add them to a scrapbooking layout, a card, add them to your life! ;)

Here's info on the eclips borders....



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The other day I was in the office and Rachael came over to share some of her new dies with me. I loved them so much I wanted to share them with YOU! :)

Here's what Rachael had to say..."I'm so excited about the Artist's Studio line of dies! They were a blast to design & so many of my favorite things.... Wings, crowns, bird cages, etc. Our design team made some of the cutest projects with them, too!... Check them out!"


Isn't this crown fabulous?!? I love how the team decorated it. I can't wait to add glitter to one! ;)


Here's the crown with the wings.

Plus, this one... I love this key & key hole!!!

So much fun!

Happy Crafting!

Hugs,
Stephanie
Sizzix.com
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Sunday, October 3, 2010

It's Time for the eclips PEN HOLDER! :)

Are your socks on?!? Get ready for them to be knocked off! ;)

It's true, the Pen Holder will not only Knock your Socks off, it will change the way you craft!



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Yes, it's true....you can use just about any pen! No need to go out and buy special pens! Use what you have! Even a ball point pen or pencil will work! Woo Hoo!

Kevin, I've said it before, and I'll say it again. YOU ROCK!

Happy Crafting!

Hugs,
Stephanie
Sizzix.com

P.S. Just a reminder...Sizzix will be at the Oh my Crafts event this week in Orem/Salt Lake City, Utah! We can't wait to meet you and show off our eclips machines! Hugs!
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Saturday, October 2, 2010

Editing in the Queue....

Happy Weekend! :)

Today I'm taking some time off from crafting and going to a Baby Shower. :) My brother and his wife are having their first baby in January. What a Blessing! :)

I thought I'd share the next eclips video with you. The queue is your friend and here's another reason to love it....



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Happy Crafting!

Hugs,
Stephanie
Sizzix.com
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Friday, October 1, 2010

A Beautiful Card Plus...

Debi Adams, one of the designers at Sizzix created a beautiful card for her friend and is sharing it with us....

In her words.....


As usual, it seems like birthdays come around much quicker than I anticipate. I know they are coming, but I am such a procrastinator that I figure I have more time to make a card than I really do. Since I am in the art field, it is difficult for me to purchase a card, since my friends have come to expect a homemade card. So, I quickly whipped up this card for my girlfriend last week. I added clear glitter chunks to some of the silk flowers to make it look a bit vintage. Generally, I create the 3-D flower in a variety of colors ahead of time and then dip into my “stash” for moments like these. Little embellishments, like a drop pearl and a crystal pin, complete the look. Stitching adds a little extra to the card.




Thanks for sharing your creation with us Debi! :)

Eclips news....

The Queue...Or, is it the Q? ;) Either way, it will quickly become a close friend when you see how useful it is!

Check out the video...



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Happy Crafting!

Hugs,
Stephanie
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