Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Big Shot Strikes Again!

Have I told you lately just how much I LOOOOVE my Big Shot? No, well let me just repeat it!

I LOOOOVE my Big Shot! It is the coolest thing since Rhinestone Brads and Taffeta Ribbon!

Looky! I saw this cool idea on one of my up-upline's blogs and had to make my own version with these cute little notecards!

This was actually my hostess gift for Suzi at her party (Hi Suzi!)

The box is made with the Scallop Envelope Die and I used the design to make this box in an earlier blog post. For this project I used the Riding Hood Red Cardstock with Very Vanilla, Chocolate Chip and one of my favorite NEW stamp sets Winter Post! Love those skaters! The ribbon is that YUMMY new Riding Hood Red Striped ribbon from the Holiday mini - hey, that ribbon and the stamp set will retire in January - if you want them and don't own them, get busy - go to my website and click the Shop Now button! Yes, you can order from me 24/7 now! Yaay!

These little note cards or gift enclosures are just 3 x 3 in finished size and are super easy to make. The little envelopes are available in a pack of 4o, so you can make plenty of them!

This gorgeous Snowy version was one of our projects at Big Shots Club night earlier this month! Did you know I have a special club night just for my Big Shots? Owners that is!

We used Pacific Point, Baja Breeze and Whisper White cardstock, ink and ribbon along with a Rhinestone Brad! The snowflakes are from the Snow Swirled stamp set which has GOT to be the most POPULAR Christmas set this year! It's so fun to stamp with and look at those gorgeous snowflakes! Love it!

Hey! If you love this and all my other Big Shot projects, be watching next week for my Robin Only special on the Big Shot Starter Kit offer!

You'll be able to add it to your Christmas Wish List and whoever loves you the most can put it under the tree for you!

That's it for today! I hope I've inspired you to GO STAMP Something!


  1. Hi Robin. I just loooove my Big Shot! It came in the post on Monday and i immediately played with all the dies and things even vaguely resembling dies...including the brass rubbing plates, which it handles magnificently!

  2. Love your projects you made with your Big Shot!! I just love mine too!!!


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