December Stamp Camp projects

Posted by on November 27, 2008 in Christmas, Flowers, Heat Embossing, Water coloring | 1 comment

Here are the projects for my December Stamp Camp:

This card was actually cased from my upline, Erika Schmitz 🙂 I earn “Diva Rewards” and receive product and samples each month I reach certain sales requirements – fun, huh?

The grass from Inspired by Nature is stamped in Bashful Blue on Bashful Blue cardstock, edges are also sponged in the same ink. The flowers are stamped in Versamark and embossed in White EP. A Two-way Glue Pen is run across the embossed images and Dazzling Diamonds Glitter is added for more sparkle. Blue ribbon and a sentiment is added (punched with the Wide Oval punch) and then layered on White Confetti cardstock (a little sturdier than Whisper White).

This card is actually a remake from an earlier one posted here:
I just changed the color combination to go with the Maine Blueberry DSP. The solid image leaf from Wonderful You in stamped in Bashful Blue and the edges are “rock-n-rolled” in Old Olive before stamping on Whisper White. The detail leaf image is stamped in Night of Navy, Old Olive ribbon is added and everyone is layered on Bashful Blue cardstock.

I saw this card a long time ago and just now had the chance to copy it 🙂 The original card was created by Stephanie Hargis and can be seen at

It’s pretty much a straight copy but I stamped the saying in Old Olive and used Old Olive brads. Flight of the Butterfly is the stamp set, Haiku DSP on the left side of Shimmery White cardstock, Tangerine Tango Striped Ribbon is tied at the top (the card opens longways). The butterfly is stamped in So Saffron and Tangerine Tango and the butterfly and center piece are both popped up on dimensionals.

Is this guy not the cutest? This card was inspired by the one seen here: I’m not sure if I like the Chocolate Grosgrain ribbon and I may add some “snow” at his feet to balance out the glitter on his Santa hat 🙂 The bear is from Under the Stars and the presents are from the Sock Monkey Accessories. He’s stamped on watercolor paper in Black Stazon and watercolored with Aquapainter and Chocolate Chip and More Mustard. Layered on Holiday Treasures DSP and Riding Hood Red cardstock.

Isn’t this a great way to use up scraps of pattern paper? This card was inspired by the one seen here:
The bird from Always stamp set is inked in Pink Pirouette and then the edges are sponged in Riding Hood Red with a Sponge dauber before it’s stamped on Whisper White. It’s layered on scrap chipboard to make it sturdier then popped up on dimensionals. Bella Rose DSP strips are layered on Kiwi Kiw cardstock, bottom edge is punched with the Scallop Edge punch and paper-piercing is added on the top and bottom.

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  1. I love this card Brenda! I want to case it!

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