Thursday, December 6, 2012

December club projects

My poor blog certainly does suffer every December.   There is just so much going on.   I even opted out of the Stylin' Stampin' Squad Blog Hop as it would have been one more thing stressing me out!   Fortunately I still have Club projects to prepare and post on.    Here are the projects we worked on this month:

This first project is a 6 x 6 card using a pacific point card base.    A thick window sheet is stamped with snowflakes using white stazon and attached to the card front at the top with sticky strip.   The ribbon covers up the sticky strip.      So cute!


Paper:   pacific point, whisper white
Stamps:   Frosty Friends
Ink:  black stazon, white stazon, pacific point, bashful blue, cherry cobler, old olive, pumpkin pie, daffodil delight, crumb cake
Accessories:   big shot, labels collection framelits, thick window sheets, white organza ribbon

This card was CASE'd from Renee Romain Ondrajka.    You can check out her blog here.   This card uses the mirror image technique and the masking technique.   I did two different versions of this card by using different colours for the tree and the mirror images.


Paper:   baja breeze, whisper white
Stamps:   Joyous Celebrations
Ink:   baja breeze, marina mist, night of navy, basic grey, garden green, black stazon
Accessories:   circle punch, oval punch, sponges, silver dazzling details, basic rhinestones, baja breeze seam binding ribbon

I wanted to have an ornament for my club ladies and I wanted to show them how to make the faux bow.   I learned how to make this bow from a tutorial by Connie Collins.    I love the champagne glimmer paper!


Paper:   very vanilla, champagne glimmer paper
Stamps:   Ornament Keepsakes
Ink:  soft suede
Accessories:   big shot, holiday ornaments framelit, small oval punch, square punch, itty bitty shapes punch

I will try and post some more of the craft sale projects I have been working on.   Thank you for stopping by.


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