Thursday, September 13, 2012

Sept Stamp Club projects - having fun with the glue gun!

Okay - maybe it wasn't so much fun playing with the hot glue gun.   It certainly can be painful at times.   Not sure how much the ladies enjoyed this project but it sure is cute:
This wreath was CASEd from Jennifer Picard, a wonderfully talented demo.   Check out her website at   This is a great project for showcasing our SU fabric, buttons and ribbon.    A mini wreath is used here.   I need to get some more 'cause these are my new favourite project to work on!


Paper - none
Ink - none
Stamps - none
Accessories -  Comfort Cafe designer fabric, brushed bronze designer button, linen thread, baja breeze seam binding ribbon, cotton ribbon

This Give Thanks card was quick and easy to make.    Love the colours!   The colour combo was drawn from the Comfort Cafe DSP, which I absolutely love.


Paper:  soft suede, midnight muse, cajun craze, very vanilla, comfort cafe DSP
Ink:   soft suede
Stamps:  Full of Blessings
Accessories:   big shot, lacy brocade embossing folder, apothecary accents framelits, vintage buttons, square punch, scallop edge border punch, midnight muse stitched ribbon

What a cheerful and bright birthday card.   The Perfectly Preserved stamp set has been so much fun to use.


Paper:   island indigo, raspberry ripple, lucky limeade, whisper white, orchard harvest DSP
Ink:   island indigo, raspberry ripple, lucky limeade
Stamps:   Perfectly Preserved, Itty Bitty Banners
Accessories:   big shot, polka dot embossing folder, cannery set framelits, bitty banners framelits, island indigo bakers twine, basic rhinestones

It was so good to have my Club ladies back again.    I'm looking forward to showing them some more fun projects next month.   Thanks for stopping by!


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