Lots of fun projects were shared at Stamp Club last week!
Several attendees used the beautiful Strength & Hope set that is only available through August 31, 2011. Remember that when you purchase this set, $2 will be donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Learn more on my Too Cool Stamping website.
Created by Linda Cox. Features the Strength & Hope and Sincere Salutations stamp sets, Elegant Lines Impressions Folder, Beyond The Garden Designer Series Paper, Rhinestones, and Bird Punch for the leaves. I love the double layer of embossed background on this one.
Created by Linda Cox. Featuring the Strength & Hope set, Beyond The Garden Designer Series Paper, Scallop Circle #2 Die, and Scallop Edge Border Punch. I'm loving the color combination…so bright and cheery!
Butterflies were a popular theme this month…
Created by Peggy Tassler. I recognize this as a CASE from a card in the Idea Book & Catalog. Features the Beautiful Wings Embosslit, Decorative Label Punch, Scallop Trim Border Punch, and First Edition Designer Series Paper. Did you know that the Beautiful Wings Embosslit is the #1 selling die? It's easy to see why—the mini butterflies are SO cute!
Created by Vicki Luebki. Another beautiful card featuring the Beautiful Wings Embosslit! She used it with a vinyl-looking paper for a shiny butterfly! Love it!
Created by Peggy Tassler. Peggy modified a notebook using the emboss resist technique to qualify for two of our monthly Club Challenges. Features the retired Bliss set, Rich Razzleberry Taffeta Ribbon (retired), Concord Crush Poly-Stitch Ribbon, and Rhinestones.
Created by Vicki Luebki. Vicki also altered an spiral notebook for our Club Challenge. Features Botanical Garden (retired), and Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border Punch. With just a few stamps and punches, Vicky really dressed up a plain notebook!
Created by Carmen DeBruce. She created her own notebook, binding the center fold of several pages of Whisper White card stock with some Hemp Twine. Cover features the new Snow Much Fun stamp set, Scallop Circle Punch, 1-3/8" Circle Punch, and retired Candy Lane DSP. What a great idea!
Thanks for sharing your amazing projects, ladies!