Good Tuesday to you all! Here is my favorite card from July's card class. I pulled out the Six Sided Sampler since it hasn't been used in a year! I saw this flower and knew I needed to make it. I used Crushed Curry to stamp the gingham stamp 6 times for the flower and once for the saying in which I stamped in Cherry Cobbler. I added each petal with Dimensionals and then a Early Expresso circle to the center. (I embossed it with the Dotted Embossing Folder). I ran the Early Expresso layer on the card through the Stripes Embossing Folder.
I wrapped a piece of Cherry Cobbler Baker's Twine around it all and tied a bow. I added a cute little Crushed Curry heart to the bow.
Okay, so here is number 3 of the 4 we made. This one is the Double Slider card and it uses 4 pennies to make it move.
Again, using the Cherry on Top DSP stack, along with the Fabulous Four Stamp set and some of the beautiful new ribbon. I folded a piece of Cucumber Crush in half, used the Word Window Punch to punch in on both sides for the pennies (the slider mechanism) to slide up and down in. Then I layered the DSP onto that and punched it again over the exsisting ones.
I added a penny underneath each of the slots, and then added a Dimensional on top of each one, then placed another penny onto the Dimensional and that became my sliding mechanism. I then layered up all the pieces of the focal point and stuck it down on top of the pennies that I placed yet one more Dimensional to each to help keep it in place.
If you would like to see how it's made, the video is by Dawn Griffith and can be found here:
Thank you Dawn!
Oh my ladies and gents..I promised and couldn't keep it...I cannot believe how busy this summer has been. It's been a good busy as I said before, but time really is flying and I hate that. I did get to spend time with family so far, and that's the most important, but my apologies, ONCE AGAIN, for not keeping up my blog. Maybe once school starts, it will be easier?
So, on with the good stuff.....
Here is card number two from my Fancy/Fun Folds class. It is the Slider card by Dawn Griffith and it's super easy peasey!
Again, we used the 2015-17 In Colors and the Cherry on Top DSP stack for these cards. **I am sorry for the poorer quality of pictures, it's hard to photograph cards with moving parts...
Here is the card in the down position....
Here it is with the slider pulled up...
And this is just a close up of the "slider mechanism" decoration. I used the Sweet Stack stamp set in the In Colors.
So, you may wonder what #5 means...well, every year, I put on a Fancy/Fun Folds class(which ends up mostly being FUN folds) and my customers love it, this happened to be my 5th class of this type. This one might have been my favorite class of all. This is a Spinner Card that I adapted from Deb Valders video tutorial, it is my favorite card of the class. I used the Fabulous Four stamp set and the polka dots are from the Works of Art. I stamped the polka dots in Watermelon Wonder and Cucumber Crush randomly over Whisper White cardstock. I layered that onto Pool Party and Delightful Dijon card stock.
I made the pinwheel from the Cherry On Top DSP Stack. Love this stack! So bright and cheery!
I stamped the sentiment in Momento Black in and made the pull string from Delightful Dijon card stock.
Come back to see the other 3 cards that we made in the next couple of days.
Thanks for stoppin' in! Have a great Friday!
Oh wow! Where has this summer gone? I just have been so busy that I didn't even post since June 7th! And those were cards from a MAY class..LOL! Well, I hope I am getting back on track and will be able to post some more, often.
So, I am going to just post my June card class cards all at once since I'm so far behind and no need to get further behind at this point, so pardon me for the big post of pictures. If you have any questions, please leave a comment and I will get back to you as I feel that if I type out all of the details it may be a while longer before you see anything else..lol.
So, here they are:
My next blog post will be the Fun/Fancy Folds class I recently hosted.
So, here is number three of the 5 that we made. It starts out with a Smokey Slate base and then a layer of Whisper White that was ran through the Big Shot with the Argyle folder(now retired). I cut a piece of Adventure Bound DSP from the Stack (now retired), and placed it on the backside of this white piece and cut down 3/4"ish the way and then folded back to make the collar. I used the Bow Builder Punch to make the bow tie from Island Indigo card stock.
I used another piece of the DSP and cut it into a banner and stamped the Happy Birthday from the Guy Greetings set in Momento Black ink and added a Silver Metal Button to it. It is a very simple card.
All of our cards were easy to change out to a different greeting as I have some customers no longer have a father to give cards to, etc. It worked out fantastic with this stamp set! I will be doing more man like cards with it for sure!
I am a SAHM and I have 4 girls and two adorable grandsons. I have been married to my high school sweetheart for 22 years. I have been a Stampin'Up! demonstrator for 11 years. Along with stamping, I try to scrapbook and love spending time with family and friends.