Friday, February 22, 2013

February Stamp Camp Card #2

Happy Friday My Blogger Friends!
Today I have the second card we made at last Wednesday's Stamp Camp to share with you.  This card was inspired by Heather Heroldt (fellow Arizona demo) who saw the humor in saying "Rain in Arizona is Party Time!".  Here is my version of that card......
We started with a Whisper White base card and rounded the top and bottom right side.
We then grabbed the "Rain or Shine" set and stamped three umbrella's in Daffodil Delight, Pacific Point and Melon Mambo and snipped those little cuties out with our Paper Snips.  We also stamped three long handles for each of our umbrellas and added those to the backside of our umbrellas before popping them onto our card with a dimensional.
We used the Sunshine and Sprinkles DSP to create a flag banner that ran across the bottom portion of our Bashful Blue frame piece.  We also used the NEW 3/8" Striped Organdy Ribbon to tie a little sweet knot to the end of our DSP flag banner.
After we adhered down each of our umbrellas.........We came back and added one of the Bitty Circle punches in the coordinating color to the top of our umbrella and added a splash of Crystal Effects for a glossy and wet look.
Here's a close-up of what the Bashful Blue center frame piece looked like after we ran it through our Big Shot with the new Cloudy Day Embossing Folder........PERFECT little touch!
So there you have it......Card number TWO for my February Camp session.  And because I have several ladies who bought kits for my February.........I leave you today with a group picture of all four cards we made at this months Camp session.
I'll be back tomorrow to share card #3 with you.......Hope you can come back and join me for that share.  Keep Living Your Dream!


  1. I wish I was at the Camp! What adorable little umbrellas! Gorgeous layout!

  2. I love that cloud embossing folder, had to ask if you made it yourself, but then I told myself to read all the way through! lol
    This card is super cute.

  3. you snipped out those umbrellas impeccably. love the crystal effects on the top "button."