Sunday Showcase: July Demo Team Creations

A few of the awesome projects my Too Cool Demo Team shared at our event last week…

Demo - darla poppy birthday

Created by Darla Eigenschink.

Featuring Pleasant Poppies colored with Ink Pads and Blender Pens.  Sentiment is Itty Bitty Banners die-cut with the Bitty Banners Framelits.

Demo - darla poppies black

Created by Darla Eigenschink.

Another beautiful Pleasant Poppies card, this time with a Sassy Salutations sentiment on some Curly Label Punch layers.  Accented with Black Dotted Scallop Ribbon.

Demo - darla thoughts & prayers

Created by Darla Eigenschink.

A soft and simple sympathy card featuring a beautiful blue color wash on Watercolor Paper.  I think she used Pacific Point and Baja Breeze inks with the Aqua Painter for the blended colors.  TIP: For a the best blending of colors, mist the paper with water from your Stampin' Spritzer first.  Once it was dried, she added the Thoughts & Prayers tree and sentiment, plus the Island Indigo Ruffled Ribbon.  Gorgeous!

Demo - lisa hello

Created by Lisa Blanchard.

Featuring the My Friend stamp set for the foliage and "hello" sentiment.  The Rich Razzleberry punched flowers are created with the 4-petal bloom from the Itty Bitty Punch Pack, and they're accented with Pearl Jewels.  Love the color combination!

Demo - carmen two tags treats

Created by Carmen DeBruce.

This cute little Hershey's Nugget Holder was created with the Two Tags Die.  I found easy instructions on making this cute treat holder courtesy of Jill Franchett.  It's texture embossed with the Vintage Wallpaper Folder, then tied with Cherry Cobbler Seam Binding and retired Early Espresso Quilted Satin Ribbon.  The words on the front come from Tags Til Christmas, punched with the 1" Square Punch and layered with the help of the Scallop Square Punch and Scallop Square Duo Die

Demo - darla betsy's blooms one layer

Created by Darla Eigenschink.

This is mostly a one-layered stamp card using the bold images from Betsy's Blossoms in Raspberry Ripple, Summer Starfruit and Gumball Green In Colors.  Just a couple of hand-cut pieces are popped up with Dimensionals.  The sentiment is from Delightful Dozen.

Demo - lisa circles

Created by Lisa Blanchard.

Another card featuring the new In Colors!  She used the circle image from Just Believe in each color, highlighting the Gumball Green with a Vintage Faceted Button and Linen Thread.  Sentiment also from Just Believe.

Demo - darla old card 1

Created by Darla Eigenschink.

Darla used the Build A Blossom stamp set to emboss onto Vellum before punching each petal with the Blossom Petal Builder Punch.  You can see details on this project at my Embossed Vellum Flower post.  The background is texture embossed with the Framed Tulips Impressions Folder

Demo - carmen hand sanitizer  Demo - carmen hand 2

Created by Carmen DeBruce.

Here's a cute little hand-sanitizer gift idea for the holidays!  She used the new Ornament Keepsakes and Holiday Ornaments Framelits for the ornament on the front (available August 1!). 

Demo - darla field flowers

Created by Darla Eigenschink.

Field Flowers two-step stamped images on First Edition Designer Paper.  Highlighted with Victoria Crochet TrimTeeny Tiny Wishes sentiment is double-punched with the Word Window Punch, then layered on a double-punched Decorative Label Punch.

Demo - carmen manger

Created by Carmen DeBruce.

Here's a sneak peek of the First Christmas stamp set coming on August 1.  She used Labels Collection Framelits die-cuts and a masking technique to create the sponged frame around the baby in the manger.  The background is embossed with the Chevron Impressions Folder.

Demo - lisa poppy butterflies

Created by Lisa Blanchard.

Even though Poppy Parade is retired, you could still try this monocromatic card in Calypso Coral.  She used the Labels Collection Framelits, Beautiful Wings Embosslit, Scallop Oval Punch and Large Oval Punch to give this card lots of interest!  Don't miss the paper piercing details with the Paper Essentials template around the Fabulous Phrases sentiment. 


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