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Friday, October 29, 2010

Bazzill Appreciation Day


I have an inspirational post for you today, full of clever designs by our Design Team using SRM Stickers and Bazzill Basics Cardstock products. We love using Bazzill for our projects -- the cardstock, card and envelope sets, 'Just the Edge' decorative strips, the list goes on.

Enjoy!


by Nina:






by Kathy:




by Jenyfur:



by Tobi:




by Tania:






by Jing-Jing:




by Jen M.:




by Helen:






by Gina:




by Deana:




by Amy:




by Carole:




I'll be back on Monday as we begin another week of sensational sticker projects. Be sure to keep an eye on our Facebook FanPage as well, there's always something beautiful to see.

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Cards for Kids

Looking for some quick and easy cards for kids? SRM Designer Kathy Racoosin created this set of dino cards using a digital kit and SRM Stickers. Jen Martakis, SRM Designer as well, designs digital kits and this one is adorable!












Kathy used SRM's Thinking of You Sticker Sentiments (51006) for all of her cards today. Tomorrow's a big day at SRM with a loaded post! We're featuring Bazzill in a big way so stop by and take a peek!

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Bazzill Sneak Peek

SRM Stickers and Bazzill Basics Cardstock are a perfect pair! From the variety of textures and colors, to their "Just the Edge" decorative strips, and coordinating card and envelopes, Bazzill has it all!

SRM Designer, Carole Kisch, put together a set of minis using Bazzill and SRM for a sneak peek of what you'll see from us on Friday during our Bazzill Appreciation Day;










Carole used all of our We've Got Your Sticker sets for her minis;




We'll have a lot more for you on Friday, from our entire Design Team! If you create cards for kids, you'll want to check back tomorrow to see the adorable card set that Kathy has for us. See you then!


jenyfur

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

It's Just His Nature


SRM Designer, Amy Heller, captured a whimsical moment with her camera as she and her son were waiting for her little girl to come home from school on the bus. He caught a toad in the grass and as she says, "It's just his nature..."

Amy used Pink Paislee's new "Old School" paper collection for her layout along with SRM Stickers;



FREESYTLE FALL




EXPRESS YOURSELF, EXPLORE




EVERYDAY BOY





Just wait til you see the mini cards I have for you tomorrow! If you're fond of making minis, you'll love tomorrow's feature!


jenyfur

Monday, October 25, 2010

Pencil Cup - Altered Tin Can by Kathy


Altered projects have to be my biggest challenge...Kathy Racoosin is here with a quick and easy way to alter to a large tin can to serve as a pencil cup! Love this idea, as my colored pencils are currently in a ziploc bag!

Kathy used SRM's Fall Sticker Sentiments for her project along with gorgeous Pink Paislee paper. She needed a fat can to accommodate all of her pencils so she went with this one;



In Kathy's words;
Oh where to begin. I wanted to "alter" something because I needed a container for my colored pencils. I didn't have anything in the recycle bin but I remembered how nice and fat this 28 oz. can of tomatoes is - perfect! So I went to my pantry and emptied out my tomatoes so I could use the can! I know it was a little backward, but I saved the tomatoes to use for dinner...at least I knew what was going to be on the menu.



My vision was to create a cute little scene that was elevated or pop-dotted. Here are all the pieces.




Thought this was a good idea but, look what you can see -- crumpled paper when it bent around the can, and too many pop dots. See my solution...




Lots and lots of buttons! The best part is that it holds my 132 colored pencils! I never thought they would all fit! Very happy about that. :)



I was on a roll so I decided to alter a vintage jar for my mother;



In case you're curious, here's the recipe Kathy uses for her sauce -- just right click on the image to view it larger. (Looks yummy!)



I have a bit more Pink Paislee for you tomorrow along with a cards for kids showcase and our Bazzill Appreciation Day on Friday...lots of projects this week! Thanks for stopping by. You can always see more sticker projects by joining our Facebook FanPage...Susan posts new projects by our Designers and fans, daily!

Friday, October 22, 2010

Breast Cancer Awareness


As you're probably aware, October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We wanted to honor the month with our creations and a dedicated day on the Blog. Breast Cancer has hit particular close to home in the SRM Stickers family as one of our own has been recently diagnosed.

SRM Stickers offers a huge variety of product honoring Breast Cancer Awareness, you can view it all, HERE.








I'd like to start with a few designs from our readers! Just click on their names to be taken to their blogs... Thank you for your submissions, Bethany, Tenia, and Pam, we're thrilled to showcase them on the Blog.


by Bethany:




by Tenia:




by Pam:




Now for cards from our Design Team...


by Amy:






by Gina:




by Kathy:




by Jenyfur:




by Tania:




by Jen M.:




by Nina:




by Helen:




by Deana:




Thank you for visiting us this week, I hope you enjoyed your visit and were able to find new ways to use your stickers. I'll be back next week with so much more including an amazing altered art piece from our Designer, Kathy Racoosin, and a Bazzill Appreciation Day! Have a great weekend!


jenyfur

 
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