Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Getting Grease Off Your Cabinets and a Mini Card.

I am so excited because my 2 cousins are coming to visit me for the holidays as well as my mom, brother, sister-in-law and 2 nieces!Preparations have started and I began with cleaning my cabinets. They can get greasy from finger prints and such. I found THIS pin on how to get rid of them and guess what? IT WORKS!!!!

Simply it is:

2 parts baking soda to 1 part vegetable oil. Scrub with a toothbrush and wipe away. Easy!!


Snowflake



This feminine Mini Card was simple to make:

1. Stamp the images from THIS  flair stamp set by Ali Edwards/Technique Tuesday randomly on a piece of card stock
2. Spray with adhesive
3. Apply white glitter
4. Die cut THIS Snowflake die on a piece of the same color card stock
5. using pop ups, adhere the die cut to the stamped card stock
6. pop up panel on pink card stock




**Edited to add: thanks to Lyndal, I will be entering this in the CASology challenge for this week: snowflakes!!



31 comments:

  1. Wida, this is gorgeous! Love the glitters. So pretty.

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  2. Who would figure to use oil to get grease off? So in love with your pink glitterly snowflake creation and its non-traditional colors!

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  3. I love the soft colors and glittery goodness!

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  4. LOVE it! Just found my simple xmas card...since I have about 35 more to make! eek!!

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  5. Wow is this ever gorgeous Wida! I love the glitter and the bit of green mixed in. Thanks for the cleaner tip too - I hate nasty chemicals! What a great alternative! Merry Christmas to you!!

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  6. Stunning snowflake Wida! It would be perfect to link up to this weeks CASology Snowflake Challenge too http://casology.blogspot.com.au/2013/12/week-74-snowflake.html

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  7. Really pretty! Love the pinks and greens, and all the sparkle. Bev

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  8. I love your gorgeous card, the easy and quick and the glitter makes it special. Going to have to try the cabinet cleaning trick!

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  9. This is gorgeous Wida! I think I saw this on Pinterest and thought how stunning!
    I just cleaned my cabinets with something I found at Home Depot: Thomasville cabinet cleaner. It was easy and I loved it.

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  10. Your family is coming to visit! Yay!!
    This card is super cute!! LOVE what you did behind the snowflake and LOVE the sweet colors :)

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  11. Beautiful! Love the stamped images in the negative space and the glitter.

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  12. Just LOVE this glittery masterpiece! Love times infinity...

    Thanks for adding this stunning beauty to the CASology Gallery and getting INKY with us this week!

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  13. Such a beautiful card and I love how pink looks combined with a snowflake.

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  14. LOVE the glittery background! Have a wonderful Christmas with your family :)

    P.S. Thank you for the tip!

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  15. Oh, this is sooooo purty!! Love the color combo and all that glitter!

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  16. Love how you used the flair stamps. Those soft colors are magical. Happy holidays to you and yours!

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  17. How about how to get a million fingerprints off your monitor, Wida? I could really use a tip on that considering I've just spent ten minutes goobering up my screen trying to reach inside and fondle this AWEmazing snowflake!! Totally in my Top Ten Christmas Cards of 2013!! And totally a winner!! Hugs, Darnell

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  18. I'm so glad Lyndal suggested you add this to CASology's Snowflake challenge! We always like to see you over there!

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