Sunday, March 11, 2012

March Club #2 projects

Really? It's March? It feels more like May here and I'm loving it. The temps are going to be getting warmer and almost summer like as the week progresses. I somehow have a feeling that winter isn't done with us yet which is all the more reason to enjoy this! Here are the projects we did for Stamp Club on Wednesday:

This is a quick and simple masculine birthday card:

This card uses a different fold, just for a little change up. The stamp set used here is Bring on the Cake. The DSP is from Well Worn, which is great for masculine cards. The colours are early espresso, cajun craze and very vanilla. A very simple card!

This next card could be used as a masculine card or a sympathy card:

I love this card - it looks like a painting. This image is made using the reflection technique. The image is from Lovely as a Tree and is coloured with old olive and chocolate chip markers then stamped on vanilla. The stamp is then coloured again and stamped on acetate. Flip the acetate over, line up the image with the first image and rub the acetate to transfer to the card stock. It gives the image such a water coloured look. Label collection framelits were used to cut the layers. A banner and some ribbon add the final touch.

We also completed a baby card. The sample of this card was included in my March 1st post for the blog hop.

Thanks for stopping by. My next post will be the projects for this Wednesday's Stamp Club. This nice weather has me in the mood for bright colours and spring flowers (hint, hint!) :)



  1. So true Pat. The tree card certainly looks like a painting. A great effect.

  2. Great, great cards! I especially like the masculine card as I really struggle with them. TFS. When you get a moment please stop by my blog, I have something there for you. Thanks!


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