Friday, July 18, 2008

July Stamp Club Projects

Here are the projects for my July Stamp Club. I am definitely starting to see a shift in colors I use. I didn't used to be such a "Pumpkin Pie" person.

This is a simple card. The "Enjoy" and "Every Moment" images are from the Enjoy Every Moment set that is retiring. They are embossed to stand out. The designer paper is the Rose Red Prints Paper. The flower is a Felt Fusion flower with a Pumpkin Pie button in the center. The ribbon is 5/8" wide Old Olive Grosgrain ribbon. The flower and button were secured using Tombow Multi Glue- fabulous stuff!!

This celebrate card is done using the colors from the Spring Break paper. I believe it is likely to retire because it contains some In Colors. The star is a chipboard star, covered with Soft Sky Textured Cardstock. The white star is a rub-on. Once rubbed on, I used the star punch to punch it out. The tag is stamped in Blue Bayou and punched out with the large oval punch, then glued to the back of the frame from the retiring Hodgepodge Hardware (One Sale for only $20.86 a box). The ribbon is the Wild Wasabi Double Stitched Ribbon- retiring. Not my normal colors, but I like the way this turned out.
This is a simple Hershey Bar cover for a snack size bar. I used the retiring Cutie Pie paper to create a pocket. I crimped one end to really secure it shut. I punched a half circle for ease in pulling the candy out. The belly band is crimped Purely Pomegranate & Bashful Blue strips of cardstock. The "Enjoy" image is from the retiring Be Happy set. Here is a picture of it with the bar slightly pulled out.

Next club meeting is in August, check my SU site for the date. Non-club members are welcome with advance notice. A $15 supply fee is collected, or it's FREE with a $25 SU order.

6 comments:

Jennifer said...

Oh those are cute, I just made some of the sour cream container ones... I like yours for the candy bars,,, ummm twix...lol

Stephanie said...

cute projects...

Helen said...

I really like your simple but classy stamping style! I think I'm going to have to bookmark your blog - thanks! :)

Jen said...

These are all great projects...I especially like the Enjoy every moment one.

Dragana Skoro said...

Nice cards. Simple but elegant, with such a beautiful colour combinations.

Tracy said...

Cute! Thanks for sharing these ideas!