Laura picked the stamp set “Lacy & Lovely” and created a beautiful File Folder Card using the Envelope Punch Board. She used the Venetian Romance Designer Paper which provided some wonderful contrast with the Baked Brown Sugar neutral. I have a tutorial for making a cute Gift Card Holder with the Envelope Punch Board.
Lee used Lovely as a Tree to make a simply elegant Christmas card. I love all the white space and the mail-ability factor! Sometimes we get so carried away with embellishments we forget that beauty can shine without as well. Silver Details add just a hint of sparkle to the tree.
Marlys picked the stamp set Gifts of Kindness to coordinate with her last name and created with pretty card with Night of Navy all against a backdrop of Whisper White. An absolutely lovely Thinking of You card.
Mary has always been drawn to create with the beautiful image called Beautifully Baroque which pairs well with her last name. She used the moonlight technique to create this stunner. In addition, she used the stamp set Hello Lovely.
Mary picked Sassy Salutations to go with her last name and created a pretty card with that and the stamp set Mosaic Madness. To cut out the Thinking of You “just right”, she traced the negative area of the rubber piece that is left when you punch out the stamp image. Brilliant!
And this card by Sue is a wonderful Christmas Gift Card Holder that has a tuck under flap created with the Envelope Punch Board. I have a video that highlights the technique on a slightly different style of card HERE. She picked Sassy Salutations to go with her first name and the stamp set Festive Flurry. LOVE how easy it is to cut out those snowflakes with the matching framelits!
Stay tuned for Part Two of our Demo Meeting Swap cards to be showcased tomorrow! And, thank you for stopping by Stamping to Share. I truly appreciate you!