Sunday, June 15, 2008

June Stamp Club workshop

Here is what we made at my stamp club's June workshop. They seemed to enjoy them.

First we made a bookmark out of the jumbo paperclips. We used
Stampin' Up's scallop punch on the Bali Breeze designer paper from
SU for the two sides. We used a silver brad and the Flower Fusions as an accent on the front panel. Then we used dimensionals to adhere the two sides together, with the top of the paperclip between them. We used a piece of ribbon from SU's Sherbet Ribbon Originals as an accent.

We made a Father's Day card, using Stampin' Up's Dad's Day and A Light Unto My Path stamp sets. We used SU's basic gray, night of navy, and bashful blue cardstocks, night of navy and bashful blue inks, and night of navy and bashful blue grosgain ribbon for an accent. We used SU's designer label punch around the sentiment stamp, which is a perfect fit.

For the third project, we did the diagonal double pocket card. We did two different color schemes, using the same design and layout for this one. For both cards, we used Stampin' Up's True Friend, Boho Backgrounds, Warm Words, and All Holidays stamp sets. Both cards used the Afternoon Tea designer paper in SU's Occassions mini catalog. SU's designer label, double circle, 1 inch circle, and ticket corner punches are also used on both cards. We also used stampin' sponges around the tag edges on both cards.

In this card, we used SU's chocolate chip, close to cocoa, and
very vanilla cardstock, groovy guava, chocolate chip ink, and the chocolate chip poly-twill ribbon in the Occassions mini catalog.

For the other version of the same card, we used Su's wild wasabi, soft sky, and confetti white cardstocks, wild wasabi and soft sky inks, and the wild wasabi and soft sky double stitched ribbons.


Shell said...

Great job, Krista!!! I love all of the projects. Cute, cute, cute.

Jill Haddad said...

Nice workshop make n takes. I've made the paperclips at one of my classes - but I've not created one of the double pocket cards. Yours are beautiful.