Last night was my montly Stamper’s Group and I was the hostess…I earned $40 in FREE stuff!!! Yeah!
These are the projects we made:
Gorgeous Post It Note Holder using new stamps and paper from the new Stampin’ Up! catalogue. The Post It Notes inside are 4×6.
We used the Baby Wipe Technique to stamp the flower.
Very cute window card using new stamps and paper.
I love this little lunch bag holder that was very easy to make.
AND LOOK…the Post It Note Holder fits nicely inside the pocket…awesome teacher gifts!
We have a teacher in our Stamper’s Group (actually she teaches Grade 2 at Jaiden’s school) and we all asked her if teacher’s would like this as a gift…she said YES because it’s consummable and you can re-load more Post It Notes inside when done and of course it’s CUTE!!!
This month’s technique was embossing…old school! Back to the basics.
This card was actually quite cool. We embossed the butterfly using “chips” of embossing powder.
You take embossing powder and pour it onto a baking sheet covered in foil than bake at 350F for about 3 minutes, than take it out of the oven and let it cool a bit than break it into chunks and put it into a bag. When you are ready to emboss something you just apply the pieces randomly on your chipboard and melt with the embossing gun, the bigger chunks of “chips” seem to work better, than when you are done melting you take a stamp and push it onto the chipboard…voila…very cool!
Cute Valentine’s card with some gold flecks in it.
The first card was made using watercolor wonder crayons and random stamping.
The second card was actually a technique using bubble solution and re-inkers and blowing the liquid onto your cardstock…you can’t see it very well in my pic, it’s very subtle but, it’s a cool technique.
The third card was just fun! A cool wintery scene. There is a reindeer on the right side but, I embossed with Vanilla instead of White!!!