Wednesday, June 10, 2009

June Club

It is that time again! Time for monthly stamp club! And if everything goes well, this will be the last club in our old house! Although we have been saying that for awhile now....anyway!

This first card is an adorable 3x3 thank you card. So nice to have a stack of these on hand when you need to send some thanks! about making a little box of them and giving them as a thank you gift?!? Do you have the Eight Great Greetings set yet? It is SOO versatile!

Stamp Set: Eight Great Greetings
Ink: Old Olive
Paper: Chocolate Chip, Very Vanilla, Old Olive
Accessories: Dimensionals, Chocolate Chip Ribbon, Clips Assortment

This next card just tickles me! Who would have thought that my favorite Big Shot die turns into a purse when folded?! OMG! I just love it! What a great card to make for a girlfriend, a sister, or anyone who likes handbags. And who doesn't love handbags?

This purse is made from the fantastic textured Parisian Breeze DSP. It is double sided designer paper, but it is also thick like cardstock! Such nice quality! The closure for the purse is a Build a Brad which is so cool cuz you can make your brad fit your project! Add any sentiment you want to the inside!

Paper: Baja Breeze, Chocolate Chip, Kraft, Parisian Breeze DSP
Accessories: Build a Brad, Dimensionals, Chocolate Chip Ribbon, Big Shot, Top Note Die

Okay, I saved the best for last (I think). I bought this die a few months ago, and just broke her out of the packaging right before we left town. I thought this would be a SUPER cute card to make for club. Wedding season is around the corner, any of you have weddings you need to attend? Wouldn't you love to have a few of these on hand?

This is the outside of the card. There is a piece of Pink Pirouette with the organza ribbon that runs around the entire card as the belly band to keep the card closed. The wedding cake is adhered to the belly band. The wedding cake is embossed with white embossing powder. Why do you need to hold the card together, you ask?

Here is a picture of the card 'mid-open'

And here is a picture of the card fully opened. Its hard to tell from the picture, but can you see the little bride and groom at the top of the cake? SOO awesome! This is such a fun die to use! The Congratulations sentiment is embossed in silver!

Now this card can be a little time intensive, but I think it is totally worth it. What do you think?

Stamp Set:
For the Bride
Ink: Versamark
Paper: Whisper White, Pink Pirouette, Pink Pirouette DSP, Silver
Accessories: Big Shot, 3 tier 3-d cake die, White Organza ribbon, Dimensionals, White Embossing Powder, Silver Embossing Powder
Technique: Embossing

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