This first card utilizes the new Manhattan Flower Impressions folder for the Big Shot. These folders give a really nice, deep and crisp impression- a real wow factor. We used my new favorite yummy Bronze Cardstock from the Taste of Textiles Specialty pack of paper. Please SU carry this in bulk!!!!! Guests were given the option to add the new Chocolate Glitter, from the Fine Supernova glitter pack, to the impressed flowers. I tried to get a close up of the glitter, but it's really hard to see. If it's any indication- ALL guests added the glitter, it was beautiful!! Please SU sell this chocolate glitter in bulk too!!! I kept the rest of the card very simple so that the flowers remain the focal.
This next project is a box that is scored and put together from a simple piece of 8 1/2 x 11 piece of cardstock. There was no cutting. I found the pattern on Paula Goff's blog. It's called the easy box. We used Rose Red cardstock and Raspberry Tart Designer paper. To add a little flair to the lid we punched the edge with the Eyelet Border punch. Very fun and easy box.
This last card is one of my favorites from the camp. If I remember correctly, I found the layout on SCS somewhere. I apologize that I can't remember exactly. This card is a combo of Bordering Blue, Pink Pirouette, and Chocolate Chip cardstocks, paired with the Bella Birds Designer paper. The tree from Thoughts and Prayers is stamped in Chocolate Chip ink and then the edges are sponged with Pink Pirouette. To highlight the paper layering we used the punch guide from the mat pack to add tiny holes around it.