Happy Thursday My Blogger Friends!
It's MY FAVORITE DAY of the month.......The 3rd Thursday of the month has to be the HAPPIEST DAY on the calendar for me. It's the day after my camp...and that means ...... NOTHING on my plate for the next FULL WEEK! I am however going to be doing some SERIOUS preparing for the upcoming SU convention in July. I'm making 100 swap cards and I have the most DARLING card to share with my fellow demonstrators.
SO FOR TODAY.......I'm going to begin sharing the cards that my Camp gals made at my June Stamp Camp. The theme for my June Camp was "All About The Bundle". Here's a Sneak Peek at all four of the cards we made yesterday.........
One of my favorite bundles in the new catalog is the Flower Shop Bundle on Page 95. This bundle includes the Flower Shop stamp set and coordinating Pansy Punch. We created this card by stamping two each of the flowers on Strawberry Slush, Coastal Cabana and Crisp Cantaloupe cardstock. We used VersaMark on each of the colored cardstock and then grabbed the coordinating pansy punch and our six flowers were done in no time flat.
We added an Early Espresso little flower from the Boho Blossom punch to the center of each Pansy.....and topped it all off with a small Rhinestone. The Sizzlits Little Leaves Die was die cut out with Garden Green cardstock and then trimmed down to add a little accent to our floral arrangement.
We made the Baked Brown Sugar Flower Pot from the Apothecary Accents Framelits Die. We cut off one end of the big framelit to create a flower pot for our flowers to be stacked in.
The ladies used the "Beautifully Baroque" stamp set to create the etched image onto their vase. They also added a piece of Very Vanilla Seam Binding around the center of their vase.
I also showed the ladies they could use the Beautifully Baroque Embossing Folder to create an embossed look to their flower pot.
The ladies had the option of decorating the inside of their card with the left over portion of the Apothecary Accent Die cut piece. Here I added it to the inside of my card and added three little flowers from the Boho Blossom punch and a left over piece from the Sizzlits Little Leaves Die.
Here's what all six Pansy Flowers looked like all arranged in the vase.
The ladies were able to select the sentiment they wanted from the "Banner Greeting" stamp set. They stamp it with Strawberry Slush ink and then used their paper snips to cut out their flag banner. Here is the "good for you" sentiment......
And the "friends forever" sentiment.......
The "happy birthday" sentiment......
And the "thankful for you" sentiment.
Such a happy and fun card....and the color combinations for this card are endless. I knew I would be creating more of this card.........And this Sunday, Hailey and I are going to create this card for our Skype Sunday Event. Know she is going to really like making this card.
Thanks for joining me today.....I'm off to go PLAY the day away! Hope you can join me tomorrow for my second June Stamp Camp Card. Keep Living Your Dream!