Friday, August 13, 2010

More Summertime Stamping

Here are a few more cards from my last card class. While working on finding time to upload these masterpieces:-) I've been to two different beaches in two different states (Maryland and New Jersey), to the Zoo in Philadelphia, the Zoo in Cape May NJ, I sat through my daughter's guitar lesson, and drove back and forth to umpteenth swimming lessons for three different kids on two different days at the local YMCA and that was just just kidding it's been since the last post.

Now to the masterpieces: (Two of which are totally cased, I am a busy momma you know.)

This first card was one of the Make n' Takes from convention. I really love this card and it was a favorite of my friends. It was so easy to do. All you need are markers some water and a stamp set. With the markers, we colored the image and then spritzed it with water and stamped....pretty nice huh? So much fun to replicate and every card varied which made it even more fun to compare as we stamped and discussed. You've got to try this one!
Card Recipe:
stamp set: Just Believe
Card stock: Not Quite Navy, Watercolor Paper, Bashful Blue
Ink: Markers(Not Quite Navy, Bashful Blue, Pear Pizazz)
Accessories:Ribbon, Buttons

This card is truly Heather Summers. Super cute! I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the new owl punch! She was a featured demonstrator at convention. She stamped on stage and shared her amazing talent with us and do you know what she said....she gets some of her ideas from other stampers too! Sounds pretty familiar...
Card Recipe:
Stamp set: Just Believe
Card stock: Cajun Craze, Early Espresso, Cherry Cobbler, Whisper White
Ink: Early Espresso
Accessories: Owl Punch

This card is one created by me:-) Yes, I came up with a design of my own, well sort of. I saw this flower somewhere, probably at convention and decided to add it to this card. For the flower I punched them and them crumpled them up, unfolded and then off centered them using adhesive and then punched a hole in it and stuck a brad in it. I really like how it turned out.
Card Recipe:
stamp set: Look Who's Turning
Card stock: Pink Pirouette, Concord Crush, (retired dsp)
Ink: Concord Crush
Accessories: Ribbon and brads

Thanks for stopping go stamp something!

1 comment:

Renée said...

all three are beautiful cards!