Monday, February 15, 2010

More Club Projects

Here are some more of the projects we made at club last week. I wasn't sure if I was going to use some of these for the upcoming Binghamton Shoebox Swap. So I thought I would post them to force myself to come up with some new material. I work best under pressure! :)

This is the new Sweetheart stamp set. I was disappointed that the full heart punch, which coordinates with this set, did not reach the stamped heart for punching. It works fine for square pieces of cardstock, such as I used for the heart lollipop. But since I had to, in my stubbornness, stamp the heart flower on one piece of cardstock, I used my craft knife to cut out the heart.

The Pretty in Pink piece is embossed with the Big Shot texturz plate.

Stamps: Sweetheart, Pretty Petals BG; Paper: Chocolate Chip, Rose Red, Pretty in Pink, Old Olive, Very Vanilla; Ink: Chocolate Chip, Old Olive, Rose Red; Accessories: Scallop trim border punch, Backgrounds I texturz plate, Big Shot, Heart treat cup, M&M's.

This card is a combination of several cute things I have seen done with this stamp, Chocolate Bunny. It is a single stamp, available in the Occasions mini for $7.95. Super cute and affordable!

We embossed the bunny with chocolate embossing powder for a quite yummy smell! First ink the stamp with Versamark and ink more with Chocolate Chip Classic ink, stamp image and sprinkle on chocolate embossing powder and heat. The powder is made by mixing a ratio of 1:1.5 of sugar-free hot chocolate mix and clear embossing powder. Fun!

Stamps: Chocolate Bunny, All Holidays; Paper: Bashful Blue, Certainly Celery, So Saffron, Pretty in Pink, Very Vanilla, Bashful Blue DSP; Ink: Versamark, Chocolate Chip; Clear embossing powder, Sugar-free hot chocolate mix, Curly label punch, Trio flower punch, Brad, Little Leaves die, Perfect Details texturz plate, Big Shot, Bashful Blue taffeta ribbon.

Would you like to make some projects like these with like-minded ladies? Join us for the next club in April!

Thanks for stopping by!

1 comment:

Cindy said...

Oooo, love both those projects!!!