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Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Crafting with Cosmo; Wednesday


Welcome back! As you know by now, we're featuring Cosmo Cricket all week on the SRM Blog. Our Designers went above and beyond to bring colorful and fun projects to you, using SRM Stickers and one of our favorite manufacturers...

Today; layouts and cards using a few of Cosmo's newest lines, "Garden Variety" and "Joy Ride". Just click on the Designer's name to be taken to their blog for more details. Enjoy!


Tall Notecards by Jenyfur:
(using SRM Stickers "Quick Cards")




Layout by Jen:




Layout by Deana:




A huge thank you goes out to all of our visitors as a result of the Get Sketchy Blog Hop! We hope you enjoyed your journey, viewing SRM creations around the web. A winner was chosen from our commenters, randomly; Congratulations to...

Gayle Taylor

Gayle, please email me (address on the sidebar) with your name and postal address to claim your prize, a SRM Stickers Prize Package!

See you again tomorrow with much more Cosmo Cricket and SRM Stickers! In the meantime, check out what Angie Lucas has done with SRM Stickers, at her Blog!



Angie walks us through how to make this new mom gift!


jenyfur

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Crafting with Cosmo; Tuesday

Welcome to SRM Stickers, where we're showcasing Cosmo Cricket projects all week! Today is mini album day!

Tania paired Cosmo Cricket's "Garden Variety" line with SRM's cooking stickers!








Carole's luggage tag album was done with Cosmo's "Joy Ride":










Join me again tomorrow for a few layouts and cards by the SRM Design Team. We've had so much fun mixing Cosmo Cricket with SRM Stickers, a heavenly match!


jenyfur

Monday, March 29, 2010

Crafting with Cosmo; Monday


Welcome to SRM Stickers' Crafting with Cosmo Cricket Week! I'll be loading up the SRM blog with amazing Cosmo creations all week long. SRM Stickers and Cosmo Cricket are a beautiful match and we would like to thank Cosmo Cricket for their support! For more details on each project, please visit the SRM Deisigner's blog by clicking on their name. Let's get started!


Notecards by Tanis




Notecards by Rae:




Coordinating card and layout by Amy:






Coordinating card and layout by Becky:






Stop by tomorrow for Cosmo Cricket mini albums! Be sure to visit Cosmo Cricket's blog for more Cosmo. Have you entered our March Baby Challenge? Details can be found on our sidebar...you have until Wednesday night to link us to your entry for an opportunity to Guest Design for SRM. See ya tomorrow!


jenyfur

Friday, March 26, 2010

Quilt Cards, Step by Step by Nina


Welcome to another Fabulous Friday at SRM Stickers. You know we always have something special for you on Fridays! Nina is here today to share a step by step tutorial on making quilt cards. She did a great job of walking us through her project, and her use of SRM Stickers on her Cosmo Cricket quilt cards is a perfect touch!








Mass Producing Quilt Cards, Supply List:

3 sheets of coordinating patterned papers (I used Cosmo Cricket Material Girl collection)
1-1/2 sheets of cardstock for card base (Papertrey Ink Berry Sorbet)
1 sheet of coordinating cardstock (Gina K Designs Ocean Mist)
Sewing machine
Ceam or white fabric
Buttons (Berry Sorbet buttons)
Twine or floss
Paper trimmer
SRM Stickers (square shaped stickers will work best):
Sticker Sentiments - Birthday, Thank You and Thinking of You
Measurements (included in the instructions)


Instructions:

Step 1: Cut 3 panels (3-7/8" x 5-1/8") of coordinating, double-sided patterned papers.




Step 2: Cut up the 3 patterned paper panels together to make smaller rectangles.




Step 3: Make 3 A2 card bases and 3 panels (4" x 5-1/4") of coordinating cardstocks.




Step 4: Arrange the smaller rectangles of patterned papers onto cardstock panels, making sure you leave a narrow border around. Adhere patterned paper pieces.




Steps 5: Sew zig zag stitches on the seams and running stitches around each piece.




Step 6: Finish the quilt backgrounds.




Step 7: Adhere sticker on a small piece of cloth. Trim around.




Step 8: Pull fibers to make frayed edges.




Step 9: Adhere cloth to quilt background. String buttons and adhere.




Step 10: Mount piece onto card base.




If you have some crafty time this weekend and use Nina's tutorial, please link us to it! Our Cosmo Cricket week gets firmly underway on Monday. I'll be featuring several projects, everyday, using Cosmo and SRM Stickers, a perfect match! Have a great weekend!


jenyfur & nina

Thursday, March 25, 2010

A Layout by Amy

Hello! If you've stopped by for our Get Sketchy Blog Hop post, click HERE.

As promised, here is a terrific layout by SRM Designer, Amy. Amy used several SRM Stickers as journaling bits, sprinkled on her layout;










Amy's stitching, along with her use of SRM Stickers, makes this layout pop! We hope you're enjoying Baby Month at SRM. It is, however, coming to a close as our "Crafting with Cosmo Cricket" week begins on Monday. I'll be featuring layouts, cards, mini albums, and altered projects all week long. In fact, we're kicking of Cosmo week with an in-depth tutorial by Nina tomorrow. Nina will show us how to make quilt cards, using Cosmo Cricket of course! See you tomorrow...


jenyfur

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Baby Cards x4


If you're looking for our Get Sketchy Blog Hop post, click HERE!

Welcome to SRM Stickers! Today the spotlight is on SRM Designer, Nina. Just take a look at the beautiful baby cards she created for Baby Month at SRM! You can view all of our Baby themed stickers by clicking HERE.










I adore Nina's clean and elegant style. You don't want to miss Nina's amazing tutorial on quick quilt cards (like the one you see above) during our Crafting with Cosmo week, it's amazing. Have you entered our March Baby Challenge for a chance to Guest Design for SRM Stickers? You still have time! Check out THIS post to see more baby cards by our Design Team, and to enter your take on the challenge!

Stop by tomorrow for a layout by Amy!


jenyfur

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Mother's Day Cards


Hello, welcome! If you're here as part of the Get Sketchy Blog Hop, click HERE to view our post.

I have Mother's Day cards for you today, one of the most important and special cards of the year. SRM Designer Tania created this beautiful keepsake card, using one of our Mother's Day sticker sets and Cosmo Cricket paper;




(click on image to be taken to our online store to purchase!)









SRM Designer, Helen, created a stunning and artful Mother's Day card;




If you missed the divine Susan McShirley, Owner of SRM Stickers, on Cool2Craft yesterday, you can click HERE to view the video in their archives. If you did see us at Cool2Craft, you knew that a SRM Stickers Prize Package winner would be announced to day. The winner is...

Renee Henderson

Renee, please email me at the email address on the sidebar to claim your prize! Thanks for the visit, hope you're having a crafty day! I have a beautiful selection of baby cards for you tomorrow, you really don't want to miss what Nina has put together to celebrate Baby Month at SRM Stickers.


jenyfur

 
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