Thursday, November 21, 2013

Stamp Camp Card #1

Happy Thursday My Blogger Friends!
Before I get started with today's card share.......I have to say a final good-bye to my Stella Bug.....
Our daughter-in-law came over yesterday to drive Ms. Stella back to California.  Stella will be living the good-life with Adam and Laura in SUNNY CALIFORNIA!  (That's Bella Bug in the background saying good-bye to Stella.)
 
Today I will be sharing with you the first card from my November Stamp Camp with you.  We completed four Holiday/Christmas projects this month.  Here's a quick look at all four projects we made at camp this month......

Here's a quick look at all four projects we made at camp this month.
 My first card share is this traditional Red and Green ornament card.
The ladies got to select which sentiment they wanted to use. 
Both options were from the "Christmas Messages stamp set.  Here is "deck the halls"...
And "Joyful Tidings" was the second option the ladies had to pick from.
 The base card is Whisper White and there is a Real Red and Whisper White layered piece.
 The ladies created ornaments with the Mosaic Madness stamp set.
They made two white embossed Old Olive ornaments and one Real Red ornament.  Then to get them punched out perfectly.....we used the Mosaic Punch to punch out all three ornaments.
To create some fun to this card......We used the Essentials Paper-Piercing Pack to add a stitched line for all three ornaments to hang from.  We used a dimensional adhesive on the back of each ornament to lift it up and create a fun dimension to this card.
 
Thanks for joining me today!  I'll be back tomorrow to share with you the second card we made at my November Stamp Camp........Hope you can make plans to stop back and join me for that share.  Keep Living Your Dream! 

2 comments:

Mary Fish said...

What a classic holiday card! Love the paper piercing!

Lynn. G. said...

Matching cars. How cute!
That is such a great idea with the paper piercing. I love how you can make so many different ornaments with the Mosaic Madness.
Thanks for sharing