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Wednesday, October 17, 2012

October Club Projects

Now that the club members have been able to make their cards, I thought, why not let you see what they made.  This month they made two fall cards and one Christmas card.  Need to get an early start on those Christmas cards.  It will be here before we know it.

This is the first fall card they did.

We used the  the Early Espresso Core'dinations Paper and the Wood Grain Textured Impressions Embossing Folder.  Once you emboss the paper, we used the sanding block to  bring out the wood grain even more.  For the leaves, we used Whisper White Paper and colored a clear block with markers.  The colors we used were Bravo Burgundy, Pumpkin Pie, and Daffodil Delight.  Once you have the colors on the block, be sure to huff the block and then rub the paper on the block. (Trick to this is to have the the Autumn Accents Die underneath the block to use as a guide for where you want to add color to the block.)  Then use the Autumn Accents Die to cut out the leaves.

Supplies for this card:
Bravo Burgundy Card Stock
Early Espresso Core'Dinations Paper
Pumpkin Pie Card Stock
Whisper White Card Stock
White Baker's Twine
Naturals Designer Buttons
Vintage Trinkets
Wood Grain Textured Impressions Embossing Folder
Stampin'  Sanding Block
Pumpkin Pie, Bravo Burgundy, & Daffodil Delight Markers

The second fall card we made is:

This one was pretty easy for them.  The hardest part was the ribbon.  For the grass, we used Certainly Celery and applied with a dauber.  We inked the whole tree in More Mustard and then used an Early Espresso marker for the trunk.

Supplies for this card:
More Mustard Card Stock
Early Espresso Card Stock
Whisper White Card Stock
Sticky Strip
More Mustard 1/2 " Scallop Dots Ribbon
Early Espresso Baker's Twine
Naturals Designer Buttons
Day of Gratitude Stamp Set
Lovely as a Tree Stamp Set
More Mustard Ink
Early Espresso Marker
Certainly Celery Ink

The last card we created was a quick Christmas Card.  One that you could set up an assembly line for.

What I really like about this card, is that you can use different colors just to change it up a little.  Can't you just see this in all the 2012/2014 In Colors?  I must say that I did see this card from another demonstrator.  I wish I kept better records on who created it.  If this is your design, please let me know so I can give you credit for it.

Supplies for this card:
Whisper White Card Stock
Raspberry Ripple Card Stock
Ornament Keepsakes Bundle (Stamp set and die)
Vintage Trinkets 
Holiday Frame Textured Embossing Folder
Tiny Tags Stamp Set
Raspberry Ripple Ink
Linen Thread
Glue Dots

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