Tuesday, October 20, 2009

ISS Method Monday Upright Z Card

Hey there,

Yesterday I was the host for Method Monday over at the InStyle Stamps Blog. You may have already visited the ISS blog and seen my tutorial but if you haven't I decided to give a tutorial on the very cool Upright Z Card. It's a card that was recently introduced to me, I think it was a challenge over on SCS earlier this month, so when doing my regular blog hopping I saw quite of few people participating so I thought it would be a great card to teach and actually get to make.

I don't usually try new things for fun, unless it's for christmas cards, thats the only time I will venture into making something other than a plan card. I don't know why, I guess I think it might take longer than I want, or as my boyfriend would say, "I don't like trying new things." You have to pull my teeth to actually try something that I've never tried. I love Sushi now but you could not get me to eat raw fish at first, and then I tried it and now you can't keep me away from it. So it just takes me time to try something new and then I'm all over it.

Oopps, hehe enough about me... yes, so I made an Upright Z Card, which is pictured below. If you are interested in the whole tutorial feel free to head on over to my post on the InStyles Stamp blog.


Also don't forget about InStyle Stamps HUGE Sale!! They are going crazy over there, all digital images and stamps are marked down to make way for new stuff!

All digital images regular $3.00 are now $1.00. All stamps are now $3.00. Yeah they are crazy.

There are even some new images in the store that will be showcased on the DT blogs shortly...they haven't even been seen yet. It's crazy!!!

Head on over there now while supplies last and dont forget to look around for those new and super cute images!!!

Thanks for stopping by, have a great day!!!

Card Size: 4 1/4" x 5 1/2"
Stamps: Bread by InStyle Stamps
Paper: K&Company Tim Coffey Fall Stripe, Chatter Box Autumn Foliage DP
Ink: Copic Markes
Accessories: Scoring tool, 1 3/8" circle punch, Foam Tape, Martha Stewart Arch Lattice Border Punch, Jumbo eyelet, Button, Ribbon, embroidery floss