It is so hard to believe that summer is over when most of the country is having a major heat wave! Well, I hope wherever you are, you are having a wonderful and restful Labor Day … and staying cool!
Today is the last day of our Labor Day Sale – 30% off all in stock stamps!
Promo Code: LABOR30. Sale ends midnight tonight – (PST).
Today’s project may look a bit “labor” intensive, but it is so worth it!
I was getting so tired with all my scraps of paper and post-it notes with login & password info. Frustrated having to hunt through the pile when I forgot which password or which email address (I have 5 now!) I used to create an account…. not to mention if I had changed the password!
So, I finally got my act together and created a WEB Note Book. It has made my life so much easier! I can now find login/password/email info with a flip of a page. I added clear dividers (from Zutter) so I could separate my web book info into different sections… one for personal, one for business and the 3rd section for all my father’s login info – since I do all his banking & payments online too. (Internet tip: To help prevent getting hacked into, use a different email address for different activities – [ie: one only with financial transactions, one only for purchase, etc.] … and use different passwords and user names for each web & email account).
My WEB Note Book was stamped using Multi Step Iris& Multi Step HummingBirds.
If you are interested in stamping your own WEB Note Book, I have uploaded the templates for 4 different inside pages, which can be found HERE.
For more info about Multi Step Stamping with Copics, go HERE.
PS – Thank you all for your concerns about where I’ve been. It really meant alot to me! No, I have not fallen into a deep abyss. My attention was needed on the family front. I have missed stamping and ALL my inky friends! – Hugs!
My card for today was inspired by Lynn’s 10 min. challenge – #76(10MC76) – quick masking with nestabilities. I think adding a shape, in this case a square, behind the flowers, makes the flowers look like they are “popping” out of a bow or “window” instead of floating. Thanks Lynn for sharing this great challenge (and tip).
I sure missed y’all last week! I was a bit under the weather, but am feeling MUCH better. 🙂
I have a couple of things to share with you.
First: My friend Traci had a super fun stamp night at her house a couple of weeks ago. She had this super sweet gift for us to create. Inside this 4″x4″ bag (a die cut from Sizzix) holds hot chocolate mix & candy canes! A gift sure to warm the heart.
Materials – Stamps:Multi Step Cup of Warm Comfort from Kitchen Sink Stamps. Paper: dark brown and cream from Michael’s. DP from SEI. Ink (all Memento unless noted): Step #4 – top sprinkles: Onyx Black (VersaFine)/cup and handle: Pearl. Chocolate (Brilliance), Step #3 Pearl. Chocolate – stamp off 1x, Step #2 Vintage Sepia – stamp off 1x then add again Vintage Sepia (VersaFine) to the cup and handle only, Step #1 Desert Sand – wipe clean whip cream area of the stamp. Embellishments: Ribbon – scraps from my stash – mostly from Michael’s.
Next: I have a few more bookmarks to share with Y’all. Have a great Monday!
Please check out what the KS Crew has created for you today.