Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Project #1 for April's Stamp Class



I just LOVE this new Manhattan Flower Textured Impressions Die from Stampin' Up! I couldn't wait to use it for stamp class! The girls (and guy) also liked it a lot! You can't beat the price either - $7.95!

For these cards we embossed on paper from the "WALK IN THE PARK" series that is available in the OCCASIONS MINI CATALOG on p. 9. For the card base we used In-Color Textured cardstock - I just love the feel of this paper! We also used the new SCALLOP OVAL PUNCH found on p. 8 of the mini. Several saying stamps fit perfectly in the medium oval punch which is then layered onto the Scallop Punched out piece. A little "WHISPER WHITE ORGANZA RIBBON" tied around the top of the card complete this simple card!


Please email me if you have any questions about these cards! They are so easy to make and are great for many occasions!

Check back for more of April's Stamp Class projects!





2 comments:

Ann said...

I love these!! How did you get the impression to turn white?
create@stampwithann.com

StmpnShell said...

You sand the impression with sanding blocks - soooo easy with great results.

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