Tuesday, August 2, 2011

August 2011 stamp class projects

August 2011
Stamp class projects.

You just show up and have fun. Once you make the quilted card, you'll be looking for designer paper to cut up. What a reat way to use up scraps. I use glue sticks so you may prefer your own adhesive.

While I have 2 cards shown here for the faux quilted card, we are making the green on Concord Crush one.


Faux Quilted Card
Cardstock: Concord Crush with Pear Pizzaz layered on top.
2 pieces of Black cardstock 2.5 x 2.5" make up the backing to hold the square pieces. Designer paper, double sided, 1" square x 8.
Stamp Sets: Word Play, Vintage Vogue for the flower
Accessories: Buttons, glue dots, snips to cut out the flower.
Ink: Concord Crush.

Just another version of the same card.
















"Cherry Blossoms" I struggled with which one I liked best.

Cardstock: Black card. Layered with Whisper White and Cherry Cobbler. Cherry Blossom is whisper white on Black









Stamp Set: Thoughts and Prayers, words of your choice. I used Warmest Regards, 3 little words
Cardstock: Black card, plus 2 7/8 x 3 7/8 for the front piece
Whisper White 2 pcs 5 1/4 x 4, 1 pc 2 3/4 x 3 3/4 for front, Cherry Cobbler 3 7/8 x 5 1/8
Ink: Always Artichoke, Cherry Cobbler, Black
Accessories: Texture plate with paisley, Pearls, Rhinestones, pop dots, corner rounder, 1/4" hole punch

"Scalloped tree"
Stamp Set: Thoughts and Prayers, Itty Bitty Backgrounds

Cardstock: Vanilla layered with Marina Mist blue

Ink: Night of Navy, Marina Mist, maybe Black, Certainly Celery

Accessories: Pop Dots, scallop oval punch, dauber, Border Dotted Scalloped Ribbon Punch









































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