Monday, June 17, 2013

Stamp Club Card #2

Happy Monday My Blogger Friends!
Today I have the second card that my June Stamp Club Gals made on Saturday.  Check out this cute cute card......

This card was inspired by Sandy Risi on Stampin' Connection.  This is a SU Demonstrators site and needless to say.........There are SO MANY talented and creative ladies who share their work on this site.  The minute I saw this card......I FLIPPED.  I knew it would be the perfect add-on for my Chalk Talk Club Projects!
I embossed the Pink Pirouette cardstock panel with the new Beautifully Baroque Embossing Folder.......(OH SO PRETTY!).
The ladies used VersaMark on a piece of Basic Black cardstock and then used White Embossing Powder to create a "Chalk Board" tag for the front of their card.  We used the new Chalk Talk Framelits dies and the ladies even had the opportunity to use the new Magnetic Plateform that SU has in our new catalog..........(They agreed it's a MUST HAVE!).
The ladies cut-out the flag image that was stamped on a piece of Raspberry Ripple cardstock using Whisper White ink.  A couple pieces of dimensional adhesive behind their cut-out flag image and it popped right off their tag.
We also added a small 3/8" Raspberry Ripple Satin Stitched Ribbon to the top of their die-cut tag and looped it under the White Organza and 1/8" Black Taffeta Ribbon piece that was added to the top portion of their card.
We used the NEW Birthday Basics DSP to create a charming flag banner ..... and that was adhered behind the White Organza ribbon and adhered directly down onto my card.
 
Thanks for joining me today!  I'm all ready for Stamp Camp on Wednesday......so I plan to spend today playing in my studio with some of the new product I've purchased.  Hope you can come back tomorrow ....... I'll be sharing another new card creation with you.  Keep Living Your Dream!

2 comments:

Mary Fish said...

your card reminds me of strawberries and cream. luscious!

Lynn. G. said...

Oh, I love how you anchored you tag. The colors really are scrumptious! Thanks for sharing!