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Stamp Club #2


Last night was the second instalment of Stamp Club, where a fabulous group of ladies come together each month to make the two projects I’ve prepared for them, and have an evening of creative, girly fun. Here are the projects we made:

This first one uses a Crumb Cake base, stamped with the Very Vintage wheel in Crumb Cake ink. It has two Top Note diecuts next, one from Not Quite Navy and the other from acetate. We stamped the Not Quite Navy one with the background stamp En Francais, and the acetate Top Note has been stamped with an image from Just Believe, in white StazOn ink. The acetate is adhered with mini glue dots on the points (so they’re quite camouflaged against the perforations on the die cut), and we finished it off with a sentiment mounted on a piece of cardstock punched with the Modern Label punch (my new favourite punch!). The final touch was a small adhesive rhinestone on each side of the label.

The second project was a card using the Sweet Treats Cup:

The ladies had a choice of Pacific Point or Pear Pizzazz for the card base, then built from there with paper from the Celebrations DSP pack and the hot air balloon from the A Little Treat stampset. I showed them how to make a pull tab to access the sweets without destroying the card, and we had some fun with sentiments. Here are a couple of variations that the others made. (L to R: Alice, Janelle, Steph).

And here are the ladies busily creating – don’t they look like they’re concentrating hard?

It was certainly a fun night! And because it’s Friday, I’ll leave you today with a piece of Ollie’s art work. He made this spider yesterday at preschool, using handprints. Cool, eh?

Happy stampin’!

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  1. Steph permalink
    15/10/2010 13:45

    The evening was lots of fun (I ate too much – yummy, thanks Janelle), and the cards were great. Loved them – another wonderful evening Bron.

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