Sunday, September 23, 2012

August Club Projects

In August, we made some very cute, easy, and fun Christmas projects to kick off the release of the Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog!

First, we made a "Cup o' Cocoa" card and treat holder using several of our Big Shot dies and the new Holiday Collection Framelits.  I was inspired by a fellow demo, Susie Nelson, for this project!

When you open it up, there's a happy little package of cocoa waiting for you!  It's a little tough to see in the picture, but all the pool party cardstock pieces were stamped with the snowflake trio stamp from the Snow Swirled set in the new Illuminate stamp pad.

Supplies used: Colors - Cherry Cobbler, Pool Party, Whisper White; Dies - Clear Scallop Square, Scallop Envelope, Snow Flurry, Scallop Rectangle Clearlits, Holiday Collection Framelits; Stamps - Got Treats, More Merry Messages, Scentsational Season, Snow Swirled; Illuminate Stamp Pad; Silver Glimmer Paper; Pool Party 3/8" Ruffled Ribbon; Cherry Cobbler Scalloped Tulle Ribbon; Basic Rhinestones; 3/4" Circle Punch.

We also made two quick and easy Christmas cards... perfect for mass-producing for the holidays!

Supplies used: Colors - Cherry Cobbler, Lucky Limeade, Crumb Cake, Naturals Ivory; Merry Minis stamps and coordinating punches; Festival of Prints DSP Stack; Petite Pennants Builder Punch; Delicate Designs Embossing Folder; More Merry Messages Stamp Set; Early Espresso Bakers Twine. 

Supplies used: Colors - Marina Mist, Pool Party, Bashful Blue, Brushed Silver, Whisper White; Stamps - Snowflake Soiree, Greetings of the Season; Versamark & Silver Embossing Powder; Staz-On Black Ink; Acetate sheet; Flourish Designer Frame; 1/8" Mini Brads; Decorative Label Punch

Saturday, September 22, 2012

10th Annual Stamp Camp: October 6th!!!

Come join us for the 10th annual Holiday Stamp Camp!
Saturday, October 6th, 10 AM - 5 PM
11401 Pellicano Drive in El Paso, TX!

LOTS of projects, BIG BIG Raffles, and EVERYONE gets a door prize!

$30 for advanced registration
$35 at the door

Click here for the registration form and for more info!!!

Edited to add: There was concern expressed by a few about being able to stay the whole day… the camp is set up where you receive all of your kits with full instructions when you come through the door.  Then there are stations set up where you can stamp, diecut and emboss, and Then there are working tables where you can punch, cut and assemble.  If you cannot stay the whole day, you can certainly get there, grab your kits, stamp/diecut/emboss/punch your necessary parts, and then assemble them at home!  

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