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Sunday, September 14, 2008

September Stamp Club

September Stamp club was really fun this month. The two groups that meet 2nd Tuesday of the month met up after not seeing each other most of the summer. New and old friends always make for a lot of fun. The page above is the scrapbook page many members made. They also had an option of two cards which I promise tomorrow to show you(really) LOL!

Supplies
Paper Always Artichoke, Kiwi Kiss, Tangerine tango, Whisper White
Stamps Inspired by Nature, Sanded
Ink Chocolate chip, Always Artichoke, Kiwi Kiss, Tangerine Tango
Accessories Top note die, Big shot, Stamping write markers in Chocolate chip and Always Artichoke, Ribbon, Stamping dimensionals, and scallop border, new larger oval, key tag punches

Start by inking and stamping the sanded background on the 12 x12 Always Artichoke card stock. Take a 8 1/2 X 11 piece of Kiwi Kiss Card stock and Kiwi Kiss ink and stamp both the grass and flower side of the inspired by nature stamp across the page. Adhere to Always Artichoke card stock.
Cut a 5 1/2 X 7 1/2 piece of Chocolate Chip card stock, and using scallop border punch cut long side and adhere to page.

Cut a 4 1/4 X 5 1/2 piece of always artichoke and stamp it with the same color ink using sanded again. Using you big shot send 2 pieces of card stock through the machine one in Chocolate Chip and the other in Whisper White. remove and trim along dotted line of the Whisper White card stock.

To stamp this image you will need to do the following;
  1. Ink the flower section of the inspired by nature stamp set with Tangerine Tango
  2. Using a Q-tip or a blender pen remove the Tangerine Tango ink from stems and leaves.
  3. Take a Always Artichoke stamping write marker and paint in stems and leaves.
  4. Take a Chocolate chip, stamping write marker and paint the centers of the cone flowers
  5. Huff and stamp!

Assemble the scrapbook insert wrap with a section of orange ribbon and adhere to page. Stamp a sentiment and punch from Key tag punch and Punch a piece of Tangerine Tango using the new large oval. Assemble and adhere using stamping dimensionals. Thanks for looking Virginia

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