Thursday, February 11, 2010

Stamp Club Projects

These paper treat cones are great for when you are having a dinner party or even a child's birthday party - just hang a little treat on the back of each person's chair. And this cone is a great way to showcase the pretty Sending Love Specialty paper.

We used the Eastern Blooms stamp set to create the flower and embellished it with a Pretty in Pink corduroy button and Real Red satin ribbon. The cone is held together with Sticky Strip, and then filled with confetti and Hershey's kisses - sure to please any guest! The cone pattern can be found here.

Here's a close-up of the flower embellishment.

This is my shoebox project from the Raleigh Shoebox Swap this past weekend. We had a lot of fun meeting new friends at Andi's house! I then slightly altered this design for stamp club. It features the Good Neighbors stamp set from Sale-a-bration. A cool little trick I found to create the grass - punch with the scallop edge punch, then slide the cardstock so the scallops are offset and punch again. Much easier than scissors! :)

Stamps: Good Neighbors, Warm Words; Paper: Soft Suede, Kraft, Old Olive, Very Vanilla, Thoroughly Modern DSP; Ink: Bermuda Bay, Rose Red, Soft Suede, Old Olive, Chocolate Chip marker; Accessories: Small Oval punch, Large Oval punch, Scallop Edge punch, Backgrounds I Texturz Plate, Big Shot, Dew Drops, Glue dots.

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