Monday, January 31, 2011



SUDSOL - Check it out!







Welcome to my blog - Roxie's Stamping Room! I am very happy to show you some Occassion Mini projects and share my experience about SUDSOL.

SUDSOL has been an asset to me as a demo. This group is great if you want a source to share ideas and help pick you up when you are feeling down. In addition, they are a great resource with your business questions plus there are many, many patterns and layouts for cards, scrapbooks, and 3-D items.

Your membership with SUDSOL means you will always a have a fellow demo to help you out. If you would like to try it you can.... you can for two weeks FREE, yes I said FREE! All you need to do is click on the link



SUDSOL - 24/7 Upline

The first project is using the stamp set ** Mother of Mine ** I thought it turned out well. All I needed was some paper, markers, stamp, and paper cutter. How easy can it be?



Here's the actual supply list:

Stamp set: Mother of Mine
Cardstock: Real Red, Early Espresso, Crumb Cake, Real Red Pattern DSP
Ink/Markers: Real Red, Early Espresso, Crumb Cake
Accessories: Small Heart Punch, Bitty Buttons,

Project 2 uses the stamp set Plane & Simple. I love this set! I now have another option for the men I know besides the standard nature, animal, or standard blah option!



Here's the actual supply list:

Stamp set: Plane & Simple
Cardstock: Early Espresso, Crumb Cake,
Ink: Early Espresso

Project 3 uses the stamp set Be My Valentine. This one stamp is a great option for those who want to start stamping but do not want a whole stamp set! Don't you just love a card that shimmers!?!?!



Here's the actual supply list:

Stamp set: Be My Valentine
Cardstock: Black, Real Red, Real Red Pattern DSP, Whisper White,
Ink: Basic Black, Versamark
Accessories: Irridescent Ice,









CONTINUE on the Blog Tour


7 comments:

  1. Great job with the samples. I especially like the man card - they always seem so hard for me. TFS!

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  2. I agree with Kay, my man cards are very seldom. TFS

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  3. I like the clean lines of your designs Roxie. They would be great for a Workshop or Class. Thanks for joining the Tour!

    Leanne Gorsuch
    SUDSOL Patterns & Templates Librarian

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  4. Very nice cards, Roxie!! I, too, like the masculine card--you can never have enough ideas for the men!!

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  5. Hi Roxie! Enjoyed all of your designs, TFS! I especially liked the masculine card, and the last valentine. Don't have either of those sets, so now I'm tempted! Thanks! I think.. ;-)

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  6. What nice, simple layouts and so beautiful, too! Great for demonstrating!

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  7. These are great cards. I really like the combination of patterns you used.
    Cynthia

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