June 6

What is your name (Name on file with Stampin' Up!)?< /br>Quel est votre nom? (Nom donné à Stampin' Up!)*

Shannon Seneczko

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  • The Candy Corn hand sanitizers were from http://stampingaddict.blogspot.com and she actually did a visual on how to do the little candy corns.  Here are the basic instructions

    First punch out an orange circle with the 1 3/8" circle punch.  Then you center your 1 3/4" circle on top of the circle you just punched out.  this will leave you with a "ring" of orange paper.  Glue it to white card stock.  The reason you don't just use a 1 3/4" orange circle in this step is because it will become too thick to punch through at the very end if you keep layering full card stock pieces on top of each other.  By cutting the ring it eliminates another layer

    Next punch out a 1 3/8" circle out of yellow and glue it to the inside of the orange ring

    Last  punch out the center or this with your large star punch then nip the points of the stars to form the candy corn!
    Hope this helps

    Christi Waite
  • Shannon - Regarding the Hand sanitizer holders I found three different styles.  One was on Dawn Griffith's blog http://dawnsstampingthoughts.typepad.com/dawns_stampin_studio/2011/... and one on http://stampingaddict.blogspot.com/2010/10/im-dreaming-of-ayellowor...

    The third one that I did not feature was from Kelly Danford on Stampin' Connection

    hope you find what you need


  • Re: quilted pumpkin
    I drew a pumpkin on card stock and cut it out. I then divided the pumpkin into 5 sections with straight lines. Next I cut dsp into pcs. to fit on pumpkin and using 'anywhere glue stick' I attached paper to pumpkin. I used SU's old oak & maple leaf punches and sponged them with fall ink, then I used dimensions to adhere to pumpkin. Hope this helps :)
  • I used Clearly Thanks Window Sheets and cut a small section from the the whispy flower/leafy image. I'm glad you gained some great ideas from my presentation.
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