Sunday, July 14, 2013

July Stamp Camp Card #4

Happy Sunday My Blogger Friends!
My card share today will be the fourth and final card that we made at my July Stamp Camp event on Wednesday. 

My final card share comes directly from the new Stampin' UP! catalog on Page 176.  It's using the new Simply Pressed Clay that can be found on Page 167 of the new catalog.
We used the new En Francais (or Chevron) background stamp to create this amazing and beautiful background image on the front of our card. 
Our sentiment was from the new set "Lots of Thanks" and we used Early Espresso to stamp our sentiment onto Whisper White cardstock and then punched it out using the Large Oval Punch.  We then mounted our large oval piece onto an Early Espresso Scallop Oval punched out piece.
 We used the 1" square punch to create the opening for our flower to pop out of........
All we did was insert the 1" square punch into the front of our card (as far as it would go) and then we went down the length of our card punching the 1" square punch.  SUPER EASY and SUPER FAST!
Our flower was created using the Simply Press Clay and Blossom Molds to make the largest flower from this mold.  
We used a dauber and our Cherry Cobbler ink to ink up our dried flower and then added some Crystal Effects over the entire flower to give it a shiny pretty look. 
Al that was left to do for our flower was add a piece of Old Olive 1/4" Grosgrain Ribbon to our inside Whisper White panel and that created the pretty stem for our flower to sit upon.
This embellishment Stamp Camp was a fun way to get some of the new Stampin' UP! embellishments into the hands of my customers........And also gave each of them the opportunity to try out and play with the new product.
 
Thanks for joining me today!  I'll be back tomorrow to share some of the AMAZING and PRETTY birthday cards that my fellow SaddleBrooke Stampers created for me.  Hope you can make plans to come back and join me for that share.   Keep Living Your Dream!

1 comments:

Mary Fish said...

smart idea to create the opening with the square punch. love the results!