Wednesday night was my monthly card club and the first orders with the new catalog. It’s a fun group of ladies who enjoy stamping and chatting. They made two cards.
The first uses the Animal Stories and Woodgrain background sets. I love this giraffe, I think this card would be a great birthday or new baby card
The second uses the damask stamp from the Friends 24-7 stamp set. The sentiment was embossed using the new Rich Razzelberry classic ink pad using a new trick I learned. To emboss with regular stamp ink, 1st stamp on a versamark pad, then stamp on your ink pad, add embossing powder, and heat to emboss. I was pretty excited to see how well this worked as it now gives me many more options for embossing! I was inspired by this card by Jill Hilliard to use the damask stamp.
I also showed a couple of other card options.
Owl Get Well. This is the stamp set I thought of when I first saw the woodgrain background. So fun and funky, it’s a new favorite!
Specs: (All supplies SU)
-Animal Stories, Teeny Tiny Wishes, and Woodgrain stamps
-whisper white, crushed curry, soft suede card stock
-soft suede ink
-accessories: crushed curry polka dot ribbon, word window and modern label punch, paper piercer, embroidery thread
-Friends 24-7, Oval All stamp sets
-whisper white, rich razzleberry, basic gray card stock
-rich razzleberry and versamark ink
-accessories: rich razzleberry polkadot ribbon, clear embossing powder scalloped oval and large oval punches
Bright Flowers Card
-Woodgrain and Teeny Tiny Wishes stamp sets
-basic gray, rich razzleberry, bermuda bay, melon mambo, crushed curry card stock, and old olive card stock
-basic gray ink
-accessories: basic gray taffeta ribbon, scallop edge, modern label and word window punches, flower blossom sizzlet
Owl Get Well Card
-Forest Friends, Teeny Tiny Wishes, and Woodgrain stamp sets
-soft suede, whisper white, dusty durango card stock
-soft suede and dusty durango ink
-dusty durango polka dot ribbon, word window and modern label punch, paper piercer, embroidery thread
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