Sep 17, 2011

Big Shot Give-A-Way ONE WEEK ONLY from sherrill graff

Add a new team member Big Shot Give-A-Way

Sign up as a Stampin Up Demonstrator under one of my team members this week,
September 17th - 24th and both of your names will go into a drawing
for a new BIG SHOT from Stampin Up.

In an effort to build our team and encourage Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas sales totals a second Big Shot will also be given away. This second drawing will be for all team members with $400 in sales or more for the month of September.

Thanks for all you do to share what you love!

May God bless you and your family and your Stampin Up business,
Sherrill Graff
my recruit password is scrapbook1

Sep 5, 2011

artist spotlight - Jan Tink Stampin Up demonstrator

I LOVE her work!
These are my favorite samples from her blog

Cupcake Throne

© 2011 Janine Tinklenberg

Materials you’ll need for the basic construc-

tion of this project include:

1 - 3-1/4” x 11” piece of cardstock

1 - 3-1/4” x 12” piece of cardstock

2 - 1-1/2” x 4-1/2” pieces of cardstock

Sticky Strip

Snail adhesive for adding decorations

Additional patterned paper, cardstock,and

embellishments for decorating.

Tools necessary for creating this project in-


Paper cutter

Scoring tool

2-1/2” circle punch

Stamps and punches of choice for decorating.

A delicious cupcake to sit in your throne!


1. Score the 3-1/4” x 11” piece of cardstock 1” from each end. This is the base of the cupcake throne.

2. Score again 5” from each end.

3. Punch with 2-1/2” circle punch in section D as shown on template A.

4. Score the 3-1/4” x 12” piece of cardstock 6” from one end in the exact center. This is the back of the cupcake


5. Score the 1-1/2” x 4-1/2” pieces 1/4” from each side. Cut diagonally across the corners. These are the sides of

the base of the throne.

6. Fold the base, back, and sides along the score lines.

7. Place sticky strip as shown on template.

8. Using Diagram 1, assemble cupcake stand by turning base upside down.

9. The sticky strip on section A should be on top. Fold section A up.

10. Fold section C up as well, then fold the next score line so that section D (with the hole) is on top.

11. The sticky strip on section E should be on top. Fold section E down.

12. Fold the back in half along the score lines. All sticky strip should be on the inside.

13. Remove the liner from the sticky strip on section A and the bottom of section F. Adhere section F to section

A as shown in Diagram 1.

14. Remove the liner from the sticky strip on section E and adhere to section F as shown to create the base.

15. Remove all of the sticky strip from section G and adhere down to sections F and A as shown.

16. Remove the sticky strip from one side of the side pieces and adhere to the inside of the base along the bot-

tom of one side. Remove the sticky strip from the other side and adhere to the insde of the base along the top.

Repeat for the other side.

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