Friday, October 23, 2009

October Club Projects

Supplies: Stamps: Sweet Season Ink: Real Red Craft ink, Soft Suede Classic Ink Cardstock: Base Card: Soft Suede Layers: Real Red Embossed with Petals-A-Plenty Impression Folder then cut to 4”x5¼”, Whisper White 4”x 2½”, Soft Suede, whisper white and Real Red Embossed scraps for stamping and punches. Designer Series Paper(DSP): Christmas Cocoa Specialty DSP (Holiday Mini) 4”x1¼”;Tools: Big Shot and Petals-a-plenty Impressions Folder, Heat Tool, Paper Piercer and Mat Pack, Bone Folder, Embossing Buddy, Punches: Scallop Circle, 1⅜” circle punch, 1¼” circle punch,Stamp-a-ma-jig.Ribbon: Soft Suede Grosgrain, Real Red Narrow Grosgrain Other: Clear Embossing Powder, Adhesives: Snail & Dimensionals, 3 silver brads

'Just wanted to highlight the cards and 3D we made this month in my Stamper's 8 Club...we focused on adding that WOW factor. The girls got to try their hand at heat embossing in this little cutie completely CASEd from this card by Diana Gibb.

Supplies: Stamps: Patterned Pines (Hostess Level 1-Holiday Mini catalogue); Sentiment from Teeny Tiny Wishes Ink: Chocolate chip Classic, Old Olive Classic Ink for sponging and Reinker & Champagne Mist Shimmer Paint for stamping. Cardstock: Base card: Real Red Layer: Very Vanilla( 3”x4”), Old Olive ( 4”x 2”)Scraps: Very Vanilla, Old Olive Designer Series Paper (DSP): Merry Moments (Multi color snowflakes)(4”x2”)Tools: Punches: Word Window, Designer Label, Eyelet Border Punch Other: Dotto, Sponge Daubers, Baby Wipes to clean stamp before cleaning on Stampin Scrubber, Adhesives: Snail & dimensionals

We used SU's new product, Shimmer Paint, mixed with Old Olive Classic reinker for this second card to give these folky trees a bit of bling! I have Andrea Walford and Jen Sannes to thank for the inspiration behind this quick and easy Christmas Greeting!

Finally, it's too close to Halloween not to include a spooky 3D treat! These 'sour cream containers' are so fun to use for so many occasions.We used Cast-a-Spell DSP and a variety of Halloween stamps, this one used From the Crypt.
It was great fun as always!

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