By now you've probably seen the post about our "masterpiece" card from March club. I referred to it as that because it took the longest amount of time to make!
We made two other awesome cards as well! Two that can easily be mass-produced!
Here is a link to an awesome video by Stampin' Up! which shows how to use that the Thinlit and all that comes with it:
The sun was made with a large circle punch and the free banner punch from Sale-a-bration!
The clouds were cut using the Word Bubble framelits:
Finally, we embossed a sentiment from the Sale-a-bration set See Ya Later.
The colors this card are Tempting Turquoise, Pumpkin Pie, Daffodil Delight and Whisper White.
The second card we did was a CASE of another demonstrator, Kay Kalthoff.
It's called a "tiled background", and it was so quick and easy!
First, I had cut out 10 squares of the Watercolor Wonder DSP (Occasions catalog)using my square 1 1/4" punch. Everybody had a different piece of DSP and they all looked terrific!
They were glued onto a card of Gumball Green starting with the outer-most corners so that you can judge even spacing. There are no squares in the middle of the card - only around the edges.
Next, on a piece of white card stock, we stamped the Blessed Easter single, wood stamp using black StazOn ink.
Not wanting to color in the tulips, we used the "wash" from the Happy Watercolor stamp set (Occasions) in Daffodil Delight, Crisp Cantaloupe and Gumball Green. We stamped "off" each time so that our card received a lighter version of the original ink color.
Once we glued that to the front of the card, we added a piece of white card stock trimmed with matching DSP to the inside so that we could easily write a message!
We have a great time at our monthly stamp clubs, - learning new techniques, using current Stampin' Up! products and enjoying each other's company!
Clubs are made up of five participants and run for five consecutive months. Each participant has the one-time opportunity to receive the free hostess benefits of the workshop order placed at the club.
New clubs are forming all the time!
Contact me if interested!