Thursday, February 3, 2011

CHA PIC and Lucky Red Envelopes

Happy Chinese New Year! Well, if you know me or have met me before, then you know I am a little crazy at times. hehe You can get Chinese red envelopes compliment of banks or certain stores, not to mention they are very inexpensive. They are probably less than a dollar for a dozen. LOL Guess what I did for this Chinese New Year? I made my own envelopes! Only Kim, right? LOL I made a total of 64. I used red and hot pink cardstock for them.

Since this year is the Year of the Rabbit, I used my Penny Johnson two bunnies stamp. I stamped it on the cardstock with Versa Mark and then heat embossed it with sparkly gold embossing powder.

Kris, my good friend in Hawaii sent me this adorable Chinese boy stamp for Christmas so I used him here. There is a girl. I think I need to order that one! I embossed this one with sparkly gold embossing powder.

Can you tell I was trying to figure out what embossing powder work best? LOL This one was embossed with "dull" gold powder.

This one was with clear embossing powder.

I am entering this little project for Sentimental Sunday, Chinese New Year. Oh did I mention I met Ann Vento at CHA! We met previously at the Original Rubber Stamp Show last year. I was doing make and takes at the La La Land booth so we didn't get to take a pic together. :(
I finally got a chance to upload some pics from CHA! Yay! I didn't take a lot of pics. :(
I must say, Irina and Eric did a beautiful job with the booth! Doesn't this look amazing? Looked welcoming? La La Land Crafts was the talk of CHA! Everyone was talking about how adorable Marci and Luka are!
I especially love how the samples were framed!

Here is a pic of Leanne, me, and Jen! We looked so cute with our La La Land shirts!

From left to right: Renate, Irina, me, Leanne, and Lisa!

Until next time, have a great one, everyone!


Mimi said... actually made red envelopes!! you rock!! i had thought about it before but i never planned it earlier enought...i just went to buy my envelopes yesterday!! LOL! Looks like you had a blast at CHA...booth looks gorgeous!! Gung Hay Fat Choy! May the new year bring you health, happiness, and prosperity! ;)


You have been very busy Kim - these are so cute and perfect for the Chinese New Year. Wishing you and your family a very happy "Year of the Rabbit". Thank you for joining us at Sentimental Sundays this week. x Sylvia x

Cyndi said...

very cute envelopes! and looks like CHA was lots of fun!

Kris said...

Love the envelopes girl!!! hard to choose but if i had to, i'd say the dull gold powder came awesome, you can see the details of the stamp!! Woohoo! You rocked it!

Anonymous said...

These envelopes are fabulous, I love the embossing and the images you used - they are so cute! Thanks for joining us at Sentimental Sundays!!

Sheng said...

omg, looks like you gals had a wonderful time there. too bad it wasn't opened to the public :(

I love the envelopes you made. Very cute and a great idea.

Amy said...

Awesome lucky envelopes, Kim...I can't believe you made envelopes!
It looks like you gals had a blast at CHA and the booth looks beautiful and fun! Thanks for sharing pictures with all of us! :)

cabio's craft corner said...

I envy you Kim. Love to attend the CHA someday. Maybe someday I will meet you there :o)
Cute Chinese New Year envelopes. I am lacking of them. Thanks for the inspirations. I am going to do some now!

Jana Weaver said...

Such cute envelopes, and yes, you are crazy!! Thanks for sharing the photos from CHA...they are fabulous!!!

Lisa M. said...

Awesome! I love these!

thanks for joining us at Sentimental Sundays!


Waseem said...

you actually made red Gift Card are rock.