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Pals Guest Stamper Sandie C.

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You loved her in this previous Stampin' Pretty post and she's at it again.  Sandie Conner, one of my Stampin' Pretty Pals, is today's guest stamper and has delivered an amazing purse and card combo.  Sandie doesn't have a blog to share with you (although she's kicking the idea around–woo hoo) but did oblige my request to spill the beans on the products.  See the end of my post.

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I love how she layered the Four Frames rubber stamp image over the Bliss stamp.  Her use of the Basic Pearls Jewels is fabulous.  Isn't the texture (courtesy of the Square Lattice Textured Embossing Folder) on the stripe designer paper smashing!

SANDIE'S TIP:  The card is little and sized to fit in the purse without an envelope.

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This purse is tr?s chic (love the shabby flower) . . . but wait until you see what fits perfectly inside!

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Here's the on-line video tutorial by Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Frenchie Martin that inspired Sandie's purse.

IMG_0591-1 Come on, Sandie . . . even the back of the purse has beautiful details.  Can you believe she accomplished this purse starting with just a 6×6 piece of DSP?

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Recipe for the Purse
 
In color 6×6 DSP in concord crush
2 strips of Pear Pizzazz CS 1 x 3 1/2, scored at 1/2 inch long way
Tulip embossing folder (emboss the above strips longways)
Pear Pizzazz ribbon or CS for the handle approx. 7 inches long
4 Brads to hold ribbon/cs handle on.
1/2 circle punch with scraps to hide the prongs of the brads
Oval punch for the clasp
Scorer
Velcro dots
 
Flower:
Bigz L die, fun flowers, one of each flower
crimper
glitter brad
jewelry tag punch
tiny tag stamp set
 
SANDIE'S TIP:  Run the cut flowers through the crimper a ton of times to break down the fibers, separate the layers of the cardstock, sponge, crumple and stack back up, punch hole in middle and secure with a brad.
 
Card (sized to fit in the purse)
3 x 2 1/2 pear pizzazz card
In color DSP embossed with the square lattice embossing folder
2 inch circle
scallop circle punch
modern label punch
decorative label punch
Four frames stamp set
Bliss Stamp set
Easter Blossoms stamp set
color spritzer
concord crush ink
basic pearls (lots of them)
corner rounder punch

23 thoughts on “Pals Guest Stamper Sandie C.”

  1. Thanks for all of the wonderful comments! This purse was so fun and easy to make, I foresee a bunch of them in my future depending on which holiday is close!

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  2. OH MY ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL, I LOVE BOXES, THIS ONE I’M GIVING IT A TRY! TFS,SANDY, AND ALSO THANS MARY….

    HUG’S FRENCHIE

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  3. Absolutely ADORABLE, Sandie!!! What a perfect gift ‘bag’/gift, all-in-one. Even great to use for giving gift cards. Very classy! Thanks Mary, for asking her to share this with everyone.

    Sending Springtime smiles and wishes right back!

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  4. WOW that purse is Fabulous…I love that she use the tulip frame for the top I have to go try one 🙂 thank you so much for the link.
    Have a great day see you soon!
    Frenchie

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  5. WOW!! what a lovely tutorial; thanks so much for featuring Sandi again! Happy Easter to all of Mary’s blog fans!

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  6. Wow! These are gorgous! Look like they would make lovely Mother’s Day gifts too! Thank you for the tutorial Sandie!

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  7. Easter bonnets off to Sandie C for a wonderful duo. That flower is fantastic!! Blog or no blog, we gotta see more of your stuff!! Hope you plan to come to Convention one of these days. Mary, thanks for showcasing such wonderful talent from among the Pals.

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  8. What a fun project! I love it! They had those eggs on sale at the store yesterday but I couldn’t get them – I would eat them all before the little purse was made! All made from the 6×6 sheet? I gotta go watch the tutorial! Thanks for showing us her talent – hope to see more of her wonderful projects! Have a Happy Easter with your family, Mary!

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  9. Great Job, Sandie! The flower actually looks like a real flower!! Thanks for posting this, Mary!

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  10. Sandie did a wonderful job on the card and purse. I especially love that flower! (and who wouldn’t love to get a purse with reese’s inside!)

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