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Thursday, September 30, 2010

Yellowstone 2010


This fabulous layout was done by Jing-Jing Nickel. It's the cover page to her 2010 Yellowstone road trip album. Jing-Jing used Express Yourself "Explore" stickers in wonderful ways!










Are you working on Summer layouts like Jing-Jing? Or are have you started creating your holiday cards? If you're ready for Christmas card inspiration, be sure to check back tomorrow for a collection of beauties from Tobi Crawford!


jenyfur

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Trick or Treat


Hello! I have more Halloween cards today, by Designer, Amy Heller. But first, here's a look at our newest addition to our Halloween collection, Halloween Sticker Sentiments;



We also have a new Quick Card set! (Click on images to be taken directly to our online store to purchase.)



And........here are Amy's frightful cards;






We'll be switching gears with Christmas cards later this week, and be sure to join us on Saturday for our World Card Making Day celebration. Prizes galore!


jenyfur

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Best Witches


We are so lucky to have Amy Heller designing for SRM Stickers. Amy's work is frequently published in scrapbooking and card making print magazines. She's a card making pro! Amy created several SRM Halloween cards this season and I don't know know which one I like best -- they are all fabulous! I have a few today, and more tomorrow.

You can take a peek at (and purchase!) all of SRM's Halloween product, HERE.

Today's cards feature our Express Yourself Halloween stickers;




Don't you love how Amy used stickers to create her background panel?!









Stop by again tomorrow for more Halloween cards by Amy. Have you seen our current challenge? Scroll down for details about our partnership with Operation Write Home!


jenyfur


Monday, September 27, 2010

Operation Write Home





Happy Monday! Thanks for stopping by today. We have a special post and challenge -- we've teamed with Operation Write Home!


About OWH!
Operation Write Home began in 2007 with just a few cards made by friends on a message board; what began as an outlet for a hobby has become a much larger mission to help heroes keep in touch with home - and the effort has been joined by thousands of cardmakers!

OWH receives handmade cards donated by crafters across America (and beyond!). Cardmakers range in age, location, and level of skill; cards are provided by individuals and groups, schools and scouts, companies and churches. All have one primary thing in common: a desire to serve those who defend our nation!

Cards are mailed to one of our volunteer shippers in quanities both small and large. The shippers process, sort, repair, and document each donation, and then pack and ship boxes of over 300 cards each to our contacts. Our heroes request cards (families may also request on their behalf; we serve all branches in all deployed locations.


Make It!
Create a card using the sketch below, which adheres to the OWH general rules found HERE. Enter your card via Mr. Linky below by September 30th at Midnight, PST.


Ship It!
Send your card to one of the OWH shipper addresses listed HERE.


The Prize!
A SRM Prize Package of NEW SRM Stickers, released at CHA Chicago. Challenge winner will be announced and featured here at the SRM Stickers Blog on Monday, October 4th.


The Sketch!




SRM Design Team Samples:


by Deana:




by Helen:




by Jenyfur:




by Tania:




by Jen M.:





Friday, September 24, 2010

Flickr Spotlights


I love Flickr Spotlight Days! Take a look at what I found in our Gallery. Amazing work, ladies, thank for sharing it with us.


by Petra Coolen
These Birthday invitations are adorable. They are personalized and festive. Petra changed out the banner and SRM Stickers but kept her layout the same.




by Michelle Giraud
Doesn't this card help you look forward to crispy cool Fall days? Michelle did a terrific job coloring and piecing.





by luluinlove
There's so much to say about this card! The cork, the little gemstones, the clean and simple sentiment, all bring this card together in a beautiful way.




by PrecociousPaper
I love the dynamic between the sweet, soft flower and leaves, and the super bold greeting -- they're a perfect match!




by Melissa Elsner
A simple "XO", printed in white, is just the SRM Sticker that this kraft card needed. Love the gel pen stitching, too. Wonderful card, Melissa!





That was fun! I hope you have a wonderful weekend...see you again on Monday with a very special post and challenge.


jenyfur


Thursday, September 23, 2010

SRM Stickers LOVE Patterned Paper


I have a pair of adorable cards to show to you today. Jing-Jing and Gina used one of the Design Team's favorite techniques -- adhering SRM Stickers directly onto patterned paper.


by Jing-Jing:




by Gina:




I'm going to be paging through our Flickr Gallery in search of your SRM Stickers projects for our Friday Flickr Spotlight day tomorrow. If you've got 'em, load 'em up! By the way, did you know that you can find over 1,400 SRM Stickers projects in our Gallery? If you're ever looking for a inspirational starting point, just start clicking through our Gallery!


jenyfur


Wednesday, September 22, 2010

More WGYS by Nina

I have a few more gorgeous cards using our new We've Got Your Sticker "Thanks" and "Happy" by our Designer, Nina.


I love how the white sentiment stands out on deep red cardstock;




Nina trimmed a word sticker to use the letters individually for her banner;




Beautiful, Nina (as always!). More cards are up tomorrow, then it's time for Flickr Spotlights on Friday. I'll be grabbing some exceptional reader gallery submissions to feature here, so load 'em up!


jenyfur


Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Sticker Scraps

Deana mentioned that when she was furiously creating her {amazing} SRM calendar, she was putting her leftover SRM stickers aside to save. I giggled because I do the same thing! I keep all of my 'sticker scraps' in a little container on top of my craft table. They're perfect to grab for a card, as Deana did here;





We received wonderful responses to our We've Got Your Sticker Feature last week -- we, the Designers, love them, too! As promised, we have a winner for you;

Nicole Maki said...
What great inspiration. Love all the samples you made. You know, it took me several minutes to decide my favorite set. By a teeny, tiny hair it's "Thanks". They're all fabulous!
September 19, 2010 2:24 PM


If you missed out on this giveaway, no worries, stop by on Saturday October 2nd for our day-long World Card Making Day celebration!


jenyfur

Monday, September 20, 2010

SRM Calendars


Did you know that SRM makes several types of Calendars as well as Stickers for Calendars? It's Calendar making season and I want to tell you about our calendar products and show our Designers' Calendar creations!



This blank, heavy-weight calendar comes in 12x12", 8x8", and 6x6", just ready to be altered!










Our monthly calendar stickers include everything you need to complete each month. They are perfect for gift calendars!




We also carry our new We've Got Your Number stickers in large and small. I told you we have everything you need!

Now for the calendars! I couldn't include all of the months for each calendar so please click over to our Designer's Blog for all the pics, and everything else you need to know. Just click on their name and you'll be taken to the blog.


by Tanis:






by Deana:






by Kathy:






by Jenyfur:




I hope you'll stop by all week long, I have a lot to share! I'll be posting our We've Got Your Sticker winners tomorrow along with an adorable card by Deana.


jenyfur


 
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