Thursday, September 25, 2008

Bella Rose Stamp Camp

I thought I'd share the final projects for my Bella Rose Stamp Camp that I held last week. Everyone seemed to enjoy all of them. We made two 3-D items and three cards, using the Bella Rose designer series paper.

This is a mini photo album, using the clear envelopes as photo pages. You can use any number of envelopes to hold photos from any special event you have in mind. We used ridinghood red cardstock, the Bella Rose DSP, the new riding hood red taffeta ribbon, and the gold eyelets in the metallic eyelets set.

This is the tool caddy that I showed before the class. It is great for your desktop to hold any variety of things that you'd like to keep handy. You can use it in your stamping or scrapbooking area, your desk at work, or keep it by your phone to hold pens and a small notepad. We used coasters to form the box itself. The Crop-A-Dile put holes along the sides. Then we tied pretty in pink and riding hood red taffeta ribbon to hold the coasters together. We used the Bella Rose DSP on the outsides of the coasters. We also stamped the big rose and leaf from the A Rose Is a Rose stamp set in pretty in pink, riding hood red, and kiwi kiss classic inks onto whisper white cardstock, cut the images out, and put them on with dimensionals.

Then we made three cards, using our new punches and some new ribbon.
This card uses the Bella Rose DSP, chocolate chip, and riding hood red cardstocks. The sentiment is from the Best Yet hostess stamp set in cholate chip ink, then punched it out using the new curvy label punch, and sponged the edges with riding hood red ink. We used the photo corners punch on two of the Bella Rose patterns for accents.

This card uses kiwi kiss, riding hood red, pink pirouette, and whisper white cardstocks and the Bella Rose DSP. We stamped the flower image from the A Rose Is a Rose stamp set, then used the new wide oval punch for the image. We mounted in onto the pink pirouette layer and used the paper piercer to accent the corners. Then we mounted it onto the riding hood red layer. We used the new satin ribbon in kiwi kiss/very vanilla. I especially loved the way the knot turned out with the colors like that.

This card uses pink pirouette, riding hood red, and whisper white cardstocks, and the Bella Rose DSP. We stamped the sentiment from the Say It With Scallops stamp set in riding hood red ink onto whisper white cardstock, then punched it out using the new scallop square punch, and used dimensionals to adhere it. We used the new riding hood red taffeta ribbon to accent the DSP.


Shell said...

Great projects, Krista!!!! One day, I'm going to surprise you and show up for your stamp camp. ROTFL!

KellyS said...

Hey Krista!
I'd love to get the template for the SU supply chipboard notebook you made.

I'm casing some of your Christmas card layouts :-) Just so you know. They are AWESOME!