Sunday, March 7, 2010

Stamp Camp

I just thought I would post pictures from my latest stamp a stack. We made 15 cards total, 3 each of 5 designs. The camp cost $25, with club members getting a $5 discount, envelopes are included. Everything is pre-cut for you, all you need to do is assemble and stamp them.

Card #1
stamp set: petal pizzazz (113417), Well Scripted (c118601, occasions mini)
cardstock: basheful blue, old olive, pumpkin pie, chocolate chip, and whisper white.
designer series paper: sweet pea (occasions mini)
ink: bashful blue, crushed curry, certainly celery, and basic brown.
accessories: SU markers, top note die, large oval punch, and chocolate chip 5/8 ribbon.

Card #2
stamp set: flower fancy (111578), and vintage lables (SAB)
cardstock: certainly celery, whisper white, basic black, and rich razzleberry
dsp: cottage wall
ink: certainly celery, rich razzleberry, and basic black
accessories: black gingham ribbon, three flower punch, and blender pens

Card #3
Stamp set: Thankful Thinking (113786)
cardstock: sahara sand, whisper white and textured chocolate chip
dsp: sweet pea (occasions mini)
ink: basic brown and rose red
accessories: old olive 1/4" ribbon and sweet pea stitched felt (occasions mini)

Card #4
stamp set: Herb Expressions (113224) and Thankful Thinking (113786)
cardstock: chocolate chip, certainly celery, taken with teal and very vanilla
ink: basic brown
accessories: kraft taffetta ribbon and SU! markers

Card #5
Stamp set: *sneak peek* Awash with Flowers (2010-2011, IB&C)
cardstock: barely banana, kraft, ballet blue and confetti white
dsp: Bella Blue
ink: crushed curry, certainly celery, bashful blue, ballet blue, and basic brown
accessories: bashful blue 1/4" ribbon, spiral punch, scallop edge punch and clips assortment

As you can see I accidentally stamped my sentiment upside down, but it's just a sample ;)

Last but not least, my lovely stampin' group working very hard and having a great time. Thank you for coming in the pouring rain, I had a great time stampin' with you!

Happy Stampin'

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