Friday, October 30, 2009

October Stamp Club Projects

These are the projects my stamp club made this month.

Details: The card base is More Mustard cardstock. I used the Big Shot to cut out a Top Note from Chocolate Chip cardstock and Autumn Vine designer series paper (retired.) I trimmed around the dsp, and then cut it in half lengthwise. I used one side for the top and one for the bottom, and attached Chocolate Chip ribbon along the seam. The pumpkin was made from Pumpkin Pie cardstock. I punched three ovals using the wide oval punch, and sponged the edges with Close to Cocoa ink. The greeting is from “Teeny Tiny Wishes”, punched out using the Word Window punch.

Details: Whisper White card base. First I cut a layer from Autumn Vines designer series paper. The Chocolate Chip Top Note square was made by cutting out a top note, then rotating it 90 degrees and running it through the Big Shot again. The 4” square of dsp was folded in half both ways, unfolded, and then each corner was folded towards the center point, and then folded back to the edge. SUPER EASY. The pumpkins are from the “Loads of Love Accessories” stamp set, stamped using Close to Cocoa ink, and colored with Stampin’ Write markers. The image was punched out with the 1 ¼ “square punch. The Chocolate Chip mat was punched with the 1 3/8” square punch. Chocolate chip ribbon was tied around the dsp, before adhering the layer to the card base.

These pumpkins were made using the Round Tab punch. Cut 6 tabs from orange dsp or cardstock. Fold the tabs with the paper you want showing on the inside. Put adhesive on the outside and adhere all the folded tabs together. Use scraps for stems and leaves. These are cute and easy to make. They can also be made using the circle, oval, and scallop circle punches. Thanks for looking.
Come back soon to learn about my upcoming Holiday Extravaganza

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