Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Ustream today!

We ARE having a Ustream show today! We will make a Advent Calender Tree (I switched from the Wreath....liked the Tree better) out of Configuration Box inserts. Class begins at 12 Noon Pacific.

Here is the supply list and measurement sheets are below. Click on the diagram to enlarge and save.

Here's what you need for your Advent Calender Tree:

-(25) Ideology Configuration Box inserts (or similar): (5) 1 5/8" x 1 5/8", (8) 1 5/8" x 2 5/8", (9) 1 1/8" 2 5/8", (3) 2 5/8" x 2 5/8"
-White card stock or patterned paper of your choice
-Number stamps, stickers. or electronic cut-outs
-Inks, punches, stamps, and embossing powder
-Adhesive and glue
-Acrylic Paint

I would like to thank Tim Holtz for the shout out on his blog! Congrats also to Jim at MenDoScrap! I feel like a proud Aunty! I have received a flood of emails regarding my CHA projects (mainy the clock), as well as the Enchanted Castle. The patterns for those projects are available on my website. Unfortunately, all the kits for these projects are sold out.

See you all in just a bit!



  1. Sorry to read about your mom, thanks God everything is ok.
    I'am sure that if one day you just connect to chat without a project, everybody will be happy.
    You are so talent and we learn a lot from you.
    God Bless you.
    Norma Pechir-Holland (habibibis)

  2. Hey Laura...I have LOVED being able to participate & watch your show live this week. Like I said during the show...the only positive thing about me having strep throat this week was to be able to stay home & watch you live. You rock & I am looking forward to watching you more (in a non-stalker way of Will say a prayer for your momma tonight...take care :)

  3. Sorry to hear about the wreck, but glad your Mom is ok. I only have one problem with your projects--It is so hard for me to keep up!
    I don't know how you do it! I want to do them all and just can't keep up. So many wonderful projects. It has been a pleasure for me that you have been on more this week. Take care of Momma, you only get one.