Our swap theme this month was to use items in the Spring Mini or the Sale-a-bration Brochure and wow . . . our group Stamping to Share really did wonders with the challenge! Above, Irene Boesen used the Dresden Die to create the shape for her owl and then rolled the Spring Mini Wheel called Oh, Wave for the feathers! Isn’t that awesome? A few more quick touches . . . including a heart candy and she had a darling valentine favor!
Vivian Barriga used the Swallowtail stamp to create this gorgeous clip on. She embossed the butterfly with Silver Embossing Powder onto card stock vellum, cut it out, accented it with our rhinestones colored with a Sharpie and then layered it onto Tempting Turquoise.
Then, she attached a clip to the back and we can clip a bit spring onto anything! At nine degrees this morning here in MN . . . looking at this butterfly gives me hope!!
I received an awesome cared at Leadership from Robin Merriman and decided to case it so that I could share it with my downline. The card is created from the Floral Framelits collection. The stamp set is from the Spring Mini and it is called Rain or Shine.
Katherine Narog used Feeling Sentimental from our Sale-a-bration brochure and paired it with the stamp set called Loving Thoughts to create this easy going, clean and simple card.
Debby Filiowich used the stamp set called By the Shore with Parker’s Patterns designer paper for her card. I like the stamped background, too . . . a great way to show off all the coordinating stamps in this set!
Mary Bellis created this beauty with the stamp set called Collage Curios. She also has an element from Ciao, Baby. Look at all the sweet little coordinating punches! The printed paper that you see is from the 6×9 paper stack featured in the mini called Print Poetry.
The Sale-a-bration set called Patterned Occasions has one of my favorite stamp sets in it and Dorene Bye used it on this card . . . whole latte love! Waves of blue and pops of pink make this card stand out. She also used the new Honeycomb Embossing Folder for extra texture.
Sue McNeill also used a Sale-a-bration set on her card . . . along with Sale-a-bration paper and a Sale-a-bration Embossing Folder! The Vine Street embossing folder . . . which matches the Sycamore Street designer paper which matches the Madison Avenue stamp set. It’s a win, win, win!!
Have a wonderful day and stay tuned for more Stamping to Share Demo Meeting cards tomorrow!
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