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Friday, February 26, 2010

Mini Cards Extreme!


Welcome to Friday at SRM Stickers. I always try to provide you with something fun on Fridays...and today is no exception! The SRM Designers have been busy bees, creating project after project to inspire you. I tasked the Team to make sets of mini cards using SRM Stickers. Just look at the results!


by Deana:




by Jenyfur:






by Amy:




by Carole:




by Kathy:




by Gina:




by Helen:




by Tanis:




by Norma:




I seriously can't wait for Monday for the start of Baby Month. The baby projects I have for you next week are nothing short of amazing. Our February Guest Designer Challenge ends this weekend so get your entries linked up. Our March Guest Designer Challenge will be announced on Monday! Have a great, crafty weekend... xoxo


jenyfur

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Happy Cards


Hello faithful sticker lovers! I'm back today to share a few more cards made by SRM Stickers Designers, Jen and Tobi. Just look at the completely different designs they created using the same set of Quick Cards Stickers. I love the versatility of SRM Stickers -- they can be suited for any style! See ya tomorrow...


by Tobi:




by Jen:




Quick Cards/"Happy"






Tomorrow I'll be sharing sets of Mini Cards - LOTS of mini cards! Be sure to stop by for a look.

Next week kicks off a new month at SRM Stickers. We have so much eye candy in store for you! We'll begin with the announcement of our new monthly challenge, and a half-dozen cards by our Designer, Carole, to get you motivated and inspired. You still have time to enter our February Challenge, HERE. We'll be choosing our April Guest Deisgner from the entries, so give it a shot!


jenyfur

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Hey, Baby!


Hi! Thanks for stopping by our Blog! I promised a peek at what we have in store for you in March... March is all about babies! We'll be showing one baby creation after another, every day. Today's card is by Deana, and this is just one fabulous baby card - so many more to come, along with layouts, too!





Don't you just love the little hanging dress? Deana used our Sticker Sentiments, "Baby", as well as our "Baby Girl" stickers for her card.












Join me tomorrow for a few very {happy} cards from two more Designers. I'll also be back on Friday with a boatload of mini cards! Is there a sticker project you'd like to see on our Blog? If so, let us know, we'd love to hear from you. You can email us (address on sidebar) or just leave a comment on this post. Happy Scrapping!


jenyfur


Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Quick Cards, Made Quicker


Hello! I hope you're enjoying our blog and gathering ideas for your own paper crafting. We're having a lot of fun bringing daily projects to you, using SRM Stickers. Did I mention that we're crazy for stickers?! Have you visited our online store yet? If you have, please tell us what you purchased and what you plan to do with it - we'd love to hear!







I have a tutorial for you today, using several SRM Stickers from various sticker sets. My sister, LuLu, loves to make cards...but, she likes 'em super quick & easy. I decorated and filled this little magnetic tin for her to use when card making. I filled it with layered card sentiments, just waiting to be attached to a card. She can pop open the tin, grab a coordinating sentiment, and she's good to go!

I started by cutting a 1" strip of patterned paper and adhering it to my tin. I then wrapped it with ribbon, tied a bow, and placed mini glue dots under the ribbon to keep it in place.





I used two different scalloped circle punches along with my 1 1/4" and 1 1/2" circle punches.





I placed my SRM circle stickers onto white cardstock, punched them out, adhered them to a black larger circle, then attached them to scalloped circles using foam dots.





I stacked them inside of the magnetic tin.





Of course I had to make an accompanying card!





I trimmed a piece of chocolate cardstock to 4x8", scored, and folded in half. I cut a 3 3/4" of patterned paper and rounded the edges. I punched two scalloped ovals, and embossed the smaller one. A SRM Sticker greeting was adhered to a piece of patterned paper and trimmed. I gathered coordinating ribbon and gems.








I'll be back tomorrow with a peek at what's in store for March. We have a themed month ahead with GOBS of projects for you. The Designers are hard at work! Until tomorrow...


jenyfur


Monday, February 22, 2010

Scrapbooking with SRM Stickers


Welcome back! Have you noticed something new underneath our blog banner? That's right - our shopping feature is LIVE! Just click to shop! Our entire inventory is online. You'll find all of the stickers you've seen featured here, along with many, MANY more. You can click through to our online store, and I'll be linking your directly to the SRM Stickers featured here, with a buy button. Happy shopping!

I'm so excited to share a few layouts with you today, created by SRM Stickers Designers. First up is a fabulous scrapbook page by Deana. Deana used SRM Stickers in her title and for bits of journaling.










Becky's "Our Girl" layout uses our Sticker Sentiments set, "Baby". SRM Stickers are perfect for your subtitles! Isn't Becky's daughter a gem?










You'll be seeing a lot of SRM around the web in the coming months as we participate in co-merchandising ventures, blog challenges, video features, blog hops, and so much more. Right now you can find us at Caardvarks. Check us out! And, be sure to stop by tomorrow for a mini-tutorial...

Are you interested in Guest Designing for SRM Stickers? Enter our February Challenge before the end of the month for your chance to be in the SRM Spotlight!


jenyfur


Friday, February 19, 2010

Design Team Inspiration!


Hello, happy Friday! I mentioned yesterday that Design Team projects were rolling in. I'm so excited to start sharing thier work with you! Today's shaped card is by Kathy. She used SRM Stickers as the tailing behind her butterfly! Brillant.






Supplies:

Mod Moths Mini DigiKit by Holly Brooks Jones, Copic Markers; B00, B32, B97, and a white gell pen for dots.


Sticker Sentiments:
"Thank You"




I hope you have a fabulous, crafty weekend. Join me next week as I share a peek of what you'll be seeing from us in March, along with a sticker project every day!

jenyfur

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Thanks a Bunch


Hi there! Thank you for visiting SRM Stickers today! Did you know that we post inspirational projects using our stickers, every weekday? Yep. Lots to see around here, and often lots to win! I want to share a sweet and fun card with you today, created by Ivanka, a talented card maker and blogger. Ivanka used our blog banner as inspiration for her card, and of course she used stickers as her sentiment! We love that.




Such a fun card...thanks for sharing it with us, Ivanka! I have a card for you today as well, using our Sticker Sentiments set, "Thank You".





Sticker Sentiments:
"Thank You"




Our new Design Team is already hard at work and you'll start seeing their work very soon! I've had a peek at what they're up to, and it's amazing!

Lastly, keep in mind that our February Challenge is still goin' on! Click HERE to read all about it. Enter your card for a chance at a Guest Designer spot here on the SRM Stickers Manufacturer Blog.

See y'all tomorrow!

jenyfur

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

St. Patrick's Day Cards


St. Patrick's Day is right around the corner, exactly one month away. And, if you're like me, you look for just about any reason to whip up some cards. I've put together a few cards to celebrate the Holiday, using our "Express Yourself" and "Say it with Stickers" sets;






The supersized clover was cut with my Slice machine. I also ran it through my Cuttlebug to provide the swiss dot embossing.


Express Yourself Stickers:



Say it with Stickers:




We have reached 100 Followers and I'd like to say thank you to all of you!

Our 100th Follower is Stephanie

Stephanie, as our 100th Follower, I'd like to send a SRM Stickers Prize Package to you. Email me with your postal address! Thanks for stopping by, join me tomorrow - I'll be back with more cards...


jenyfur

 
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