Sunday, 30 August 2015

August Card Class

Projects from August Card Class

This month we created both a
Father's Day card and a male themed
birthday card as well as a 
pretty girly card.

Our Father's Day card was created with
 very nautical The Open Sea stamp set. 
 Always great for male cards.  To create the
mottled blue effect we randomly stamped
the background stamp from the You'v Got This
Stamp Set.

Our second male themed card was a
birthday card in the always popular 
male colours of Night of Navy 
and Tip Top Taupe.

Stamp sets used to create this card were 
Banner Banter, Bohemian Borders and a
  birthday greeting stamp from the retired
 Happiest Birthday Wishes Stamp Set.

It is a bit difficult to tell from this photo
but the Tip Top Taupe piece of card stock
was embossed with the Boho Chic Embossing
Folder which had been inked with Crumb
Cake ink first.

Of course, we also needed to create a pretty
girly card.  Stamp set used here is Garden
in Bloom - one of my new favourite sets.

Colours used were Calypso Coral and 
Mint Macaron.


Who said that I don't fit in this basket?

We have just come back from 2 weeks
holiday and our beautiful girl was
very pleased to see us and just had to be
close by at all times.

So whilst I was madly getting organised
for my August class she decided that
she would squeeze herself into this small
basket.  She didn't look very comfortable but  she stayed there all day keeping
an eye on me to make sure I was not 
leaving her again.

Wednesday, 5 August 2015


Sharing our projects from this month's
 Stamp Club.

This month was all about Watercolour
Wings stamp set and

Our first card was created in a black
and white theme.  The outside
of the butterfly has been stamped with
Black Memento Ink and the inside
stamped with Versamark Ink and
embossed in Silver.

We also used the Everyday Chic Washi
Tape along the bottom of the card.

Supplies used for this project:

Built for Free Using: My Stampin Blog

Our second card was created in the soft
pink of Blushing Bride and the
contrasting darker pink of Melon Mambo.

The middle of the stamped pink butterfly
was also stamped and embossed
with Irridescent Ice embossing powder
giving it a lovely sparkly look.

And, don't you just love the gorgeous
die cut butterflies used on both cards.  These
are part of the bundle when you purchase
the Watercolour Wings Bundle.

To purchase your own Watercolor Wings
Bundle or any other products you can click here 
to place an online order.

Supplies used for this project:

Built for Free Using: My Stampin Blog

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