Saturday Share

Before we get started, I want you to answer a question for me. . . Do you prefer the name “Share Something Saturday” or “Saturday Share”??

I am pretty OK about either one as long as we are getting crafty and sharing our creations! 😉

Since we discontinued the design team blog, I wanted to take this opportunity each week to share the creations that the design team members have worked on for you all. Sometimes I will have a project to share too, but mostly, I just want to give you & the design team a chance to show off what you can do.

All you have to do is add a direct link to your NEWLY created projects using SP STAMPS. Here are some guidelines:

  • No blog? No problem! Feel free to link up your creations posted into an online gallery! We want you all to participate! (Click here to go register & upload to the SP Gallery for free!)
  • You must use SP & Company stamps and mention/link that you are playing along with our Saturday Share Link Party.
  • You can link up as many new SP projects as you would like for that week, but only link to each creation ONE time (no duplicate linking).
  • All projects must be NEW creations made within a week of the start of that Saturday Share.

And you guys really start getting into this and we get a lot of participants, we may add a weekly spotlight to this as well. I really hope you will show us your SP projects so we can check you out!
Now, let’s see some of those gorgeous Design Team projects!

First up, Chrissie has a gorgeous creation using Tiny Build a Banner in a fun new way with a sentiment from the Vintage October Winter Pocket Fillers & some Merry & Bright Carta Bella papers.

Kelli created a couple of projects this week & incorporated some great SP stamps into her projects. First she created this gorgeous winter tag using the banner stamp from Hello, World! set.

Kelli also created this stunner of a card using the Stitchery Doo Banners stamp set with some Hello Summer papers from Echo Park.

Vicki’s project for this week was totally awesome because she combined some of her favorite older stamp sets, Scripty Scripts & Vintage October Chevron Chase, with a new stamp set, Holiday Insides 2012 to create a new winter scene.

Vicki also offered a great tutorial for making your own buttons! She totally rocks the buttons! She used some of her favorite SP background stamps (Vintage October Chevron Chase, Diamond Background, Scripty Scripts) on her button designs.

Jenn’s project this week is perfect for getting ready for Valentine’s Day! Hard to believe V-day is just around the corner! She used the Tiny Build a Banner stamp set with the In Love Emma stamp set to create this.

Tanya created a gorgeous gift box this week using the Tiny Build a Banner stamp set.

 She also created a cute little card using the Tiny Build a Banner with the In Love Emma stamp set:

Michelle created a great handmade gift tag to put on a package of homemade baked goods using the Holiday Handmade Gift tags stamp set with the new In Love Emma stamp set.

Last, but certainly not least, our fabulous guest designer is joining us today! Roxanne made an amazing set of handmade gift tags for wrapping up some presents. She used Artsy Heartsy with the new Tiny Build a Banner set. She also threw in some Vintage October Journal This & some Bold Sentiments I. AWESOME set of tags!!

And now it is your turn to wow us! Link up your SP stamped creations below! I look forward to seeing what you make this week.




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4 thoughts on “Saturday Share

  1. Saturday Share is much easier to say and still makes a statement. These are super projects and especially enjoyed seeing how Vicki made her buttons. Never seem to have the right color in my stash!

  2. I like the title Saturday Share and what fun projects the design team created. I LOVE them all. I can’t wait to get my monthly kit and I hope today that I can create a project to share using some of my SP stamps!!

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