This magazine was produced by Brandy Cox for her 3rd annual Stamping Getaway event in Pinehurst, North Carolina. The books are given to each stamper who attends the Getaway. The magazine consists of 12 tutorials that are all the projects Brandy demonstrates in four separate classes during the Getaway.
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• 28 Pages
• 12 Individual Tutorials
• Full Tutorial Recipes and Product Needs
• High Quality Full Color High-Res Photos
• Tutorial Tips and Tricks
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Sample Tutorial Pages
A Sample of Some of The Projects in the Stamping Getaway Magazine
Beautiful Blossom – String Flower
This project was created by chance. I received a card from a friend in Michigan that was beautifully embroidered. It was a WOW!
Then I was like… Holy Cow, how in the world did she do that? After some research about embroidering on cards I quickly realized that it is an art in itself. So, I decided to take it to a very basic level and use the blossom punch to punch the flowers and the 1/16” circle handheld hole punch for the holes. I purchased various colors embroidery thread and went for it.
Elegant Gift Box – Holds Three Cards w/Envelopes
Have you ever walked into a fabric store and just looked around? It’s like a room full of designer series paper and its cheaper! I love crafting with fabric. It’s probably one of my favorite ways to add texture and interest to my cards.
The Deck the Hall fabric your using for this project was one of Stampin’ Up’s first fabric sold. It’s retired now but was and has always been one of my favorites! Have you ever tried to iron fabric adhesive to the back of your fabric? You will be amazed at how easy you can cut it in your cutting board after you iron on the fabric adhesive.
A Jar Full of Treats
Nugget holders of any kind are so much fun. When I first laid my eyes on the Stampin Up perfectly preserved stamp set I couldn’t hardly wait to design a nugget box with the jar as the accent to share some fine chocolate treats.
I used chipboard for this project because it seemed to work a bit better. Its little and needs to be sturdy. I also really enjoyed the coordinating designer series paper. When you wrap those cute little nuggets it really highlights our designer series paper.
Snowy Mitten Card
Every year I pick your stamp set and punch from the Stampin Up Holiday Mini Catalog! I do this for two reasons… It’s brand new product that no one has purchased yet and Stampin Up typically features a new stamp set with coordinating punch. Woo Hoo… I love that! I will always make sure and create a project or two using your new stamp set and punch.
Note: All Stamped images in this document are copyright 1990-2012 Stampin unless otherwise stated. This is my personal tutorial magazine created for my annual Pinehurst Stampin Getaway. Retreat and content is my sole responsibility as an Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator and is not endorsed by Stampin’ Up!