Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Stamp Club Homework

If you attend my stamp club classes, you know that I like to give homework - to keep everyone stamping in between our monthly meetings.  Anyone who accepted the challenge at my February meetings, was given the following pieces to make a card:

These are pieces that came in one of the make & takes from the Stampin' Up! convention a few years ago.  This is the card Stampin' Up! designed using the pieces:

Below are the cards my club members made with the same pieces (plus any other supplies they wanted to use.)  I was blown away with the results.  Take a look at the cards below - and then please leave a comment by April 20 to vote for your favorite.




#1 is an easel card, show propped open using brads.

Below is card 2. I'm sorry, but I could not get the number 2 to show up on the photo.


 Card #6 was made by a BRAND NEW STAMPER.  She never even heard of Stampin' Up! until she came to my February class!  So I am extremely impressed with her card!
Card #7 is a gate fold card - which opens in the center (like card #4 - I just didn't get a good photo with the card open.)  The flower and "Happy Easter" are only attached to one side of the card.

Aren't these cards FABULOUS?!!!!  Did you see all the pieces used in each of the cards.  No?!  That's because some stampers did NOT use all of the pieces.  It was kind of comical to hear the excuses about the missing parts!!  The teacher in me wants to exclude those cards from the contest..........but I just couldn't do that because of how much work these ladies put into their projects!  (Although, I did not accept any late homework - right, Kathy?!)  Stampers - if you don't see your card here - please let me know!

Again, please take a moment to leave a comment and vote for your favorite!

As a reminder - Stampin' Up! is offering FREE SHIPPING through April 10. Get those things on your wish list and SAVE. 

 Spend at least $50  from my MY STAMPIN' UP! WEBSITE using the hostess code: VJFEBWXR and earn a BONUS Sale-a-bration item from me.  (See Monday's blog post for details.)

Thanks for stopping by!
Kathy



17 comments:

Jean Glovacz said...

Number 5

Anonymous said...

Number 10

Anonymous said...

#1

Anonymous said...

3

Anonymous said...

1

Margaret said...

5

Anonymous said...

anonymous

number 10

Anonymous said...

Wow! They are amazing. I think I need to vote for my own card...# 10. Lyn

Bess Kirk said...

All are great. If I have to pick just one, it would be #5.

Anonymous said...

3

Heather Visintin said...

#4!!

Martha said...

I love them all. It was a tough choice, but I pick #3

Anonymous said...

Each is very creative, but I have to vote for # 5.

Susan Elise Morton said...
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Susan Elise Morton said...

Very hard decision ~ love the combination of DSP and the saying on number 5!

Anonymous said...

3

Anonymous said...

I like #5.