Time for another installment of FAKE IT FRIDAY ... where I C.A.S.E. (Copy And Share Everything) from my favourite Stampin' Up! Divas - the creme de la creme of the creative craft blogworld!
Today we visit Jan Tink (actually Janine Tinklenberg) over at her blog: "Stamps, Paper, Scissors". I just love Jan's humour and individualistic approach to stamping ... plus she breaks her projects down to the simplest steps, so that even I can succeed on my very first try - now THAT'S TALENT! <grin>
By using her Movers & Shapers die with her Big shot, Jan found a super easy way to make a votive candle cover - get this - with NO MEASURING REQUIRED to get the four windows to align evenly! This woman deserves an award, I tell you ... what's the craft-world-equivalent to the Nobel Peace Prize, I wonder?
Anyway, here's the cover I made following Jan's video tutorial, which you can view HERE.
Another great feature of this project is that you can make two of them from a single 8-1/2 x 11 sheet of card stock, with absolutely ZERO wastage.
You'll need four squares of vellum paper or vellum card stock, each one is only 2-1/2" x 2-1/2", so dig into your scrap bin.
SUPPLIES I USED (100% STAMPIN' UP!):
Stamps: Medallion, Autumn Days, & French Script (retired).
Inks: Creamy Caramel & Close to Cocoa Classic ink pads; Always Artichoke & More Mustard Markers.
Accessories: Eyelet Border Punch, Movers & Shapers: Curly Label Bigz die, Big Shot die cutter, Chocolate Chip ribbon (retired), Sticky Strip.
Thanks Jan, for another inspirational project! I can't wait to make some more!