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Friday, February 3, 2012

Card Clubs - February 7 & 14


I just love this new Apothecary Art stamp set out of the Occasions Mini Catalog.  I colored the stamp in with bashful blue, artichoke, and night of navy markers and then stamped it on whisper white paper.  I used the new label framelits to cut out the whisper white and night of navy.  The little butterfly is from the beautiful wings embosslit set.  The happiest birthday is from the new Loving Thoughts stamp set in the Occasions Mini Catalog.  The main card is night of navy card stock, and the topper is bashful blue card stock embossed with the little dots, and punched with the eyelet border.


This sympathy card was made with the Thoughts and Prayers stamp set.  I used the tempting turquoise as the main card and tempting turquoise and chocolate brown markers to color on the stamp.  I cut out a top note in both whisper white and chocolate brown, and then trimmed the outer dotted line off the white one.  The butterflies were made using the beautiful wings embosslit. 


This card was made using the new Take it to Heart and Loving Thoughts stamp sets out of the Occasions Mini Catalog.  The main color is baja breeze.  I used the heart framelits to cut out all of the hearts, and topped it off with the baja breeze pleated satin ribbon.


This card was inspired by Momma Charles on Splitcoaststampers.  I used the Elementary Elegance stamp set which I got for free out of the Sale-a-bration catalog.  The main card is very vanilla.  The bottom half is topped with DSP from the Sale-a-bration catalog, and the top half is topped with sahara sand card stock which has been stamped with early espresso ink and punched with the curly label punch.  In the center is early espresso paper punched with the scallop ribbon border punch.  The little brads are also out of the Sale-a-bration catalog.

 

2 comments:

  1. These are lovely cards for your clubs. Like the mix of colors.

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