Friday, January 28, 2011

Celebrate Sale-a-bration with Tart and Tangy!

Whoo hooo! The time has come
for us to have some fun
perusing projects on fabulous blogs,
to give that creativity a jog!

Join on in by starting here,
and follow around and peer
at all the other ide-yas,
that you can see-yas. 


Ok. Poetry might not be my strong suit this weekend. What a long week at my day job! Good thing I have this second job as a Stampin' Up! demonstrator! You may be starting here at Lily's Ink Pad or coming from Tanya's Tinkerin with Ink and her amazing projects using Itty Bitty Bits. She's a talented demonstrator! Either way, you'll have a great time circling around 20 other blogs in great big loop by clicking next blog at each stop!

Tart and Tangy is one of the 2010-2011 Idea Book and Catalog options for Sale-a-bration this year. Place a $50 order and this cute little set could be yours. I've loved this set for years, and was waiting for the chance to try out my skillz (as my students would say) with it again!


Immediately, I knew I needed to use bright colors. With a name like Tart and Tangy, subdued and muted, just weren't going to work. So, I brought my favorites and created this set of cards:


Daffodil Delight, Real Red, Pacific Point, Wild Wasabi, and Peach Parfait---great colors. Did I go overboard? If I did, excuse me. It's dreary here in Wisconsin in January.

Cards sets NEED a box, right? I designed this box:


Who wouldn't want such joy in a gift?

These colors I adore were inspired by something else--my sugar fix. I love sugar and I love jellied, sugary things, so I made this quick and easy treat bag.


I HAD to eat the leftovers, right?

Finally, I love these images so much I wanted to make something special and permanent that I could use in my daily life. We, (I), drink a lot of coffee and tea and sometimes I lose my cup. Ok, all the time. But, now, I have these little wine charms to claim my cup!


I used shrinky dink material and learned a lot. Stay tuned on Monday for those tips!

I hope you enjoyed this stop at Lily's Ink Pad. To venture forth on the Stampin' Addicts Sale-a-bration Blog Hop, head on over to Kandice's My Sweet Stamping Spot Blog for Fine Flourish.

If you get lost, or want to join a great community of stampers, head on over to Stampin' Addicts!

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25 comments:

  1. These are such bright and cute projects!! It is gray and snowing in NE Ohio right now so this helped to brighten it up! Thanks!!

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  2. What a wonderful profusion of colors you incorporated on your projects, Sara! I especially love your treat bag--my mom is a big fan of orange slices, and this would be so much fun to make for her!

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  3. Cute cards! Thanks for the "sugar high", I needed that :) And those little shrinky dink charms are adorable!!!

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  4. The colors are so fun and, like you said, perfect for this set! The treat bag is adorable, too, but I can't wait to see your notes on the shrinky dinks so that I can make some of the little drink charms!

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  5. Aren't you clever! I love the box set and the little sparkly fruits on the sugared treat...fantastic.

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  6. Sara, your projects have made me feel all springy and warm! Those cards are wonderful! and I can't wait for your details on the charms!

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  7. I hoped you saved some orange slices for me!! LOL Great projects and the button charms are a cute idea!

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  8. What a great card set! Not too bright at all! And I love your "sugared" fruit slices. They look good enough to eat! Great idea for the Shrinky Dink Charms, too!

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  9. Great job! The bright colors are PERFECT!! Love the charms-never seen that for a coffee cup!

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  10. I agree, this is a bright color set. All so cute. Love your wine charms.
    Kim
    s1itcher46

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  11. Fabulous job Sara!!! Love the fun, bright colors. The sugared candy fruit is too cute. How creative to make coffee charms!!

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  12. What wonderful, yummy projects, Sara! I especially love that box of cards!

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  13. I love your colors and treat bag! Wonderful work!

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  14. Brilliantly bright projects. You go girl.
    Susie
    susies@twcny.rr.com

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  15. Love your projects Sara!! Those little button coffee charms are so cute and such a great idea for folks who don't drink wine. Love your cards and jelly treat bag. I'm not big on most candy that doesn't have chocolate in it, but I do love me some gumdrops. Especially the spice ones.

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  16. I love your poetry!! Very colorful cards and box! The candy bag is the best! Looking forward to your shrinky dink insight.

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  17. So refreshing Sara! Ha I lose my coffee cup all the time! Will have to check back on Monday!

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  18. Super Sweet Sara! Love the shrinky dink idea especially though those sugary treats look pretty sweet too.

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  19. Great projects!
    Love the bright tart & tangy!

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  20. How cute! I love your shrinky dink charms. This is one of my favorite sets! :)

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  21. Sara what great ideas you have - love those charms and that cute treat bag :-)

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  22. Whoo Hooo Sara! Great job. Love the bright set of card and the box to put them in is so cute..and I'm going to have to dig out my old shrinky dink stuff and get to it I guess! Thanks for the ideas.

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  23. Sara you did an awesome job with this set, I love the bright colors you used.

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  24. I love your candy bag! That is great!!!! And yes, you really did need to eat the leftovers. ;-)

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