Friday, July 16, 2010

Video Sneak Peek Flourishes

***Totally Stampalicious Blog Hop and New Release is below this post***

Welcome to the last day of Flourishes Sneak Peeks. All the July sets are in the store now and available for purchase. Don't forget about the Release Bundle that contains all 3 sets at a discount for a short time.
This is my first ever video or video sneak peek. But the only way to show this was on video. Be gentle in your comments we only had time for one take since this was for the boys teacher this year and we were late for the last day of school. LOL



This was so much fun to make and the boys teacher absolutely LOVED it. She cried and was just amazed. I couldn't add a lot of fufu stuff since it needed to be functional for years to come. However I added the right amount of everything she said. The boys were just beaming when they brought it in. The kids were so excited but mad that they weren't going to be the first class to use it. hee hee
Flourishes Power Hour Release party last night was fun. Stop on over at the Flourishes Blog for you chance to win this set today called Enjoy the Ride. I stamped out all the horses and then glued them with the magnet in the center and put different designer papers from Memory box and Basic grey for the back of each horse. That way when you look through you will see some fancy paper and not a white back of the horse. This turns as you see in the video. Each child will pick the color of horse they want and have their name written on the oval. I used clear card stock and with a washable marker she can re-use the ovals for years.The teacher will write her 12 jobs on the spellbinders label at the top, she always has 12 jobs each year in the class.
Be sure to check out the fantastic sneak peeks from the DT:
Christine
Julie
Laura
Leslie
Dawn
Danielle
I hope you all have a fabulous weekend! Thanks so much for stopping by.

24 comments:

Lynne said...

Oh Stacey, this is stunningly adorable. What a clever idea to use magnets. I would have cried too if I recieved this. Don`t worry about the video, it said everything we needed to know.
Lynne xxx

ValerieC said...

WOW! That is so creative and beautifully implemented! Just amazing!

Renee said...

all i an say is wow!! this is just amazing!!

The Stamper's Touch said...

You are too fabulous girlfriend!!!! Your job chart creation is AMAZING!!! Very creative!!!

Linda

K. Joy said...

WOW, that is amazing!! I love it!! :) What a great idea for a teacher's gift. And the kids will love it!!! :) (I know I would have!)

Cindy Haffner said...

Stacy how COOL is this, I love it.

Joanne (jojot) said...

OMGosh, gf...you have outdone even yourself...what an adorable and useful gift for the teacher...and made with such love and care...you rock

Yogi said...

wow. what an absolutely fabulous project. Makes my mind spin with ideas. Thanks so much.

Kerri said...

STACY!!! This is AMAZING!!! No wonder she cried! WOW, girl! Soooo creative!

ChristineCreations said...

Stacy, this is such thoughtful and creative and beautiful workmanship! I really am in awe! To see your vision in your head come out so wonderfully is something you can be really proud of lady!

dpkennedy said...

This is just an amazing creation Stacy! A very creative and wonderful gift!

You did an awesome job last night too! Thanks so much!

Paula Erwin said...

this is a great idea! My niece just finished her certificate program & will hopefully have a teaching job in the fall so this would make a wonderful enhancement to her first classroom ;o) thank you for sharing this wonderful project...glad you posted the video too! hope the one I do turns out as cute :O)

Paula Erwin

Sharanda said...

Wow-E-Wow!!! What an amazing gift! Love it!

Shar W said...

Being a teacher, I just HAD to look further- what an AWESOME project..I will have to try to see what I can do...

Carol Dee said...

OMG this is INCREDIBLE!!! No wonder she was so happy she cried. Your video ws fine. We got to see the wonderful carusol details from all sides. You rock ! Lucky boys and lucky boy's teachers.

Scrubbybubbles(sue) said...

This is WONDERFUL!! great job!

Leslie Miller said...

Outstanding, Stacy! Even more so seeing it demonstrated. Loved hearing your voice, too. I'm excited to soon be hearing it in person! It's so fun that the kids get to pick out their own horse, just like how exciting and fun it was to run around the merry go round looking for whatever horse I wanted to ride that day when I was a kid. This is just fantastic, and I'm not surprised the teacher was moved to tears. Love the magnet idea!

Lisa Lara said...

I am so amazed you made that Stace. Wow. You go. The teacher will be blown away. Wow.

Daria said...

This is a fabulous idea. Your sons' teacher is going to love it, and her students are going to be so eager to see their new job via a carousel. It looks great!

Cheryl O said...

"Be gentle with our comments"????? Are you kidding me???? This is unbelievable!!! You must be sooooo darn creative!!! How cute is this???? The kids must want to repeat to use it, not to mention how thrilled the teacher is to get it!!!
Wow, how outstanding and darling. I can't get over how you did this, so precious. You are very thoughtful and no wonder she cried, I would have too.
Love it!!! Your brain must work overtime, I'm envious!!!
KUDOS to you!!!!

Ulli said...

Hi Stacey, I found this carousel so amazing and such a great idea. Loved it!!

KathyJ (Wattle) said...

***THUD*** ~has another look~ ***THUD AGAIN*** Honestly Stacy this is TOTALLY INCREDIBLE girl - it must have taken FOREVER to make, but it sure is STUNNING!!!! WOW!!!!!!

Colleen Dietrich said...

Stacy, OMG! This is too, too amazing. I just don't know what else to say! You have such creativity!

Laurie Wilson said...

That is amazing!