Sunday, July 15, 2012

Stamp Camp projects

 I had a lovely day yesterday with the group from Edgewater. We completed several stamping projects. First was a flip book like the one we did at MFT. The cardstock is from SU. The ink is memento black. The dp is a pad from my stash. The dies are MFT: camera, notched border, flower trio. The tag stamp and die are Memory box: index card. The heart and corner punch is SU.

We decided this would be a great Christmas card. I am using this one book for my sister; she is visiting next weekend and I will fill with pictures from our weekend.

We made this card using SU products. The square lattice embossing folder is used. Inks are gumball and raspberry ripple. The stitched ribbon is also raspberry. The stamp sets are "Fabulous Phrases" for the verse; "Flowering Flourishes" for the greenery and "Mixed Bunch" for the flower used with the matching Blossom punch.

Next were some treat containers. This first treat uses a SU die - Scalloped Envelope cut twice and trimmed to 1/2 inch on the bottom flap - and retired paper and Triple Treat stamp. Limeade, pumpkin and turquoise are the inks. Fancy Flower and a retired five petal punch were used along with lots of dimensionals.

Halloween was next with the Wicked Cool stamp set, olive and plum cs. The panel was made using the two tags die. Inside is an open box that fits 4 nuggets. They are stamped using Holiday Wraps, a retired set. Black and plum inks were used. Some black SU lace and 1/4" ribbon finish the treat.

For the last treat, I used an idea from Anita. The verse is computer generated and punch with an oval. The SU red cs is stamped in cherry cobbler using a Holtz background stamp. The hammer is a MFT die cut from SU glitter paper (it is awesome-absolutely the best glitter paper I have used and it comes in silver and red - champagne is being released in August).

We also made this calendar card that someone from the St A Stamp Club brought for show and tell. The 2013 calender was printed from and printed at 75%. The cardstock is SU: black and sahara along with cherry cobbler, primrose, mustard, and marina. The seasons are computer generated and punch from two SU punches. These images are retired SU stamps and colored with markers but there are many images you can substitute. Deb even used photos - she is making a dozen for Christmas card presents. I used a MFT die to cut out the image. SU has a great new die that works well too.

1 comment:

  1. So glad you referenced the calendar website and print percentage! Thanks, Joan