Thursday, December 16, 2010

January Calendar page - QK Club December

3-white 1/8” brads
7-black 1/8” brads
Calendar die set (we will be using the January die)
Snowflake stamps in 3 sizes
White color box pigment ink pad
White Signo uniball pen
Glossy Accents
Icecicle Stickles
½ yd ½” nylon lace
Snowflake punch
Tag punch
Small hole punch/cropadile
Black ink pad – cat’s eye
Calendar number stickers
2 blue shiny cardstock
1 black cardstock

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

December QuicKutz Club

This is the last project for the year 2010. Can you believe we've completed yet another year, yet another album! I hope you've got pictures in yours by now (I have 3 pictures to insert by Saturday - woe me!!) 

3 pieces Basic Grey designer cardstock as shown
2- 3/8" Basic Grey brads
6- 1/8" brass/gold colored brads
Brad setting supplies
1 yard green ribbon/seam binding
18kt gold leafing pen
White Signo rolling ball pen
Photo corner corner punch
Martha Stewart edge punch as shown
Color Box black pigment brush pad - cat's eye
Small detail scissors

See you Saturday, December 18th, 2010 at 10pm... With so many events scheduled at DML, we can't have all day to play. But, you should finish not only this project but also get most of the January calendar page completed.. check back Friday for supplies for that little project.. It's going to be easy!!!

Please leave a comment or email me so that I know you are coming! ;-)

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Cover your chairs the easy way...

If you happened to drop by my blog this summer for Tablescape Thursday on a warm day in September, you more than likely saw this post.  I had used embellished tea towels to drape over the backs of the chairs, tying them on with ribbons.

I purchased the exquisite tea towels from the Martha Pullen Company. Oh love all the delicacies that can be had from there.

Today I found the detailed instructions for this project on-line at Designs in Embroidery magazine. Be sure to check it out HERE.
You have plenty of time to finish this by the holidays, after all, the linens are already made. Just a bit of embroidery, a few buttonholes and some ribbon, and you are done!