Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Welcome from The Scrapbooking Queen and Cuttin' and Stampin"!!

Today the design team from Cuttin' and Stampin'  are very excited to be 
sponsoring The Scrapbooking Queen today! There was just a little confusion- we thought we were the sponser for The Scrapbooking Queen on Feb. 25th, but turns out we are on Feb. 26th, so I apologize to my readers who are wondering WHY this post was up on Monday, taken down and now back for Tuesday!  :)  Things happen, right????
Anyway, we gathered some fun projects to show the versatility and variety of products available from A Muse Studio.  From color-coordinated cardstock, embellishments, and ink to a full complement of cutting dies and Copic markers, A Muse Studio has it all!
I created three very simple but fun projects today. I can not tell you how much I am enjoying working with the Amuse Studio products.  The stamps are of such high quality, the paper is a sturdy cardstock and the embellishments are super cute!

Let's take a look at the first card I created and then some of the details.
(Please click on any photo for a better look!)
 My first card was made for a friend who is dealing with some health problems of her beloved dog.  If you are an animal lover, you know our pets are very much a part of our family.  I wanted her to know I am thinking of her and she should "hang in there". Wouldn't you know Amuse had the perfect stamp for this purpose?

 Both the monkey on the vine and the sentiment are from the Amuse Studio Stamp set "The Mighty Jungle".
The cardstock is from Amuse Studio as well  - grape and papaya.  The grape is not showing up very true to color.
I popped up the monkey with foam squares to give some dimension and added a ribbon from my stash for the final touch!

Card Number Two is a "Thinking Of You" card.
I cut the card base using a file from the Silhouette America site.
The stamp is from the Amuse Studio stamp set called 
"Cushioned In Comfort".
 Adding several layers of cardstock adds interest to an otherwise simple card. I used Amuse
Lime Cardstock and Papaya Cardstock as well as some paper from my scrap bin.
I embossed one layer with the Cuttlebug and added some adorable "bling" with
Amuse Studio Twinkle Stickers on the corners. 

 I used PrismaColor colored pencils to color in the images.

The interior of the card:. 
 Sorry this image is rotated...I could not get it to load properly!  For the inside of the card, I cut
two different shapes using the Cricut Artiste cartridge

 My final project is one of my favorites!  I made "fry boxes" for treat containers for a little
get together.  The fry box file was from the Silhouette site.
The stamp was from a set called "Love Conquers All".
 I used several patterned papers for the fry boxes.  
 I used a circle punch to punch the stamped image and then layered it on a scalloped circle.

 I layered the stamped image on the box using foam squares and feel it really adds a lot of interest.
Here they are ready for "gifting" ...filled with caramel corn.  I used Wilton treat bags to package the caramel corn inside the fry box, then tied it up with a ribbon! 
 I hope you will head over to Tammy Smith's Amuse Studio site and check out all the fantastic products 
that you can order and start making your own fun and fantastic projects!
Please be sure to check out The Scrapbooking Queen's Site as well! 
Thanks so much for stopping by today!  


Mary Ann said...

Love your projects,They are super cute,Have a great day...

SusieScrapper said...

You are just so awesome! The cards are really cute and love the fry boxes, great treat/gift idea!!


Kathy Salido said...

Great project Teresa. Love them all, my favorite is the thinking of you card :)

Teresa said...

Love all your projects Teresa...especially the "chair" card.

L.B. said...

I love your cute treat boxes. so sweet. I also love the way everything pops up on your cards.

Judy said...

I love the fry box project and cute monkey card.

Donna K said...

Each project is absolutely darling, Teresa! So so cute... I'm diggin the fry box too! You are such a talented lady. Have a smileydoodle day!

Heather Lynn said...

Hey Teresa, I love your cards! That monkey stamp is adorable on the first one and love how you did the layers on the second one! The fry boxes are adorable...gotta try those sometime! Hope you are having a great weekend!


Mary Ann said...

Love all your projects,They are super cute ,Have a Bless one...

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