Thursday, August 13, 2009

Scallop Envie box

This is the final project for my club. We are going to use the scallop envelope to make this box. I originally saw this idea on Dannie's Designs blog. She is very talented!!
We are using the Razzleberry Lemonade Designer Series paper as well as in colors called Crushed Curry and Melon Mambo. And to finish it off we will put a rhinestone brad in the center of the Circle Circus stamp.
We will fill it with some candy (after I get it at the store tonight) and possibly use it for a teacher gift on the first day of school.

Rich Razzleberry Page

I am loving this new in color from Stampin' Up! It is called Rich Razzleberry. I think it is my favorite of all the new in colors, I am sure once I use more of the others that may change.
This is the page my club members will be making this month. I used the Big Shot for the scalloped envelope and the flower strip along the edge. Super fast and super simple!! It is hard to tell in the picture but I used the Cottage Wall DSP for the flower strip. The colors of the page are Always Artichoke, Very Vanilla and Rich Razzleberry.
The stamp set I used is called Best Wishes and More.
Now I just need to start prepping all of the cardstock for club night.

I scream..You Scream..We All scream..

This card just makes me hunger for some neopolitan ice cream!!! I found this idea from chicnscratch's blog and thought how perfect it would be for my first club meeting this month. It is very easy to put together, the hardest part was deciding which "flavors" to pick.
I am focusing on the Big Shot for the club since I just recently bought one for myself. What a great and fun toy!! I used the Top Note die for the background. The cardstock is from the Cottage Wall Designer Series paper. (my favorite one so far). I then just used the scallop to punch out the scoops and sponged the edges a little. The scoops are popped up with dimensionals.
I used the Texturz Plates (Stampin' Up Backgrounds 1) f0r the waffle effect on the cone.
Thank you Angie Juda (chicnscratch) for a great idea!!

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Stamp Club Invite.... Friendly Words

I am starting up my Stampin' Up! club again this month and I thought as a gift to my past and hopefully future members I would send them a card I made for them with the contract and a business card. I left the card blank inside so they could add their own sentiment and reuse it for their own gift giving. This is what I came up with... hope they like it!!!!!

I used the Friendly Words jumbo wheel and the punch is called Heart to Heart. I used Pretty in Pink for the cardstock and the ink. The base of the card is Always Artichoke.

Thanks for looking....