Wednesday, February 18, 2015

The Luck O' the Irish and a Botanical Card Making Class

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Drum Roll Please!!!!   First off, congratulations to Kathy P. and Colette for winning this week's blog candy.  Each will have a choice of TIEF folder from my Prize Box!  They found the magic words and emailed "moon lake" to me.

Fun times this week with our St. Patrick's Day shaker card.  I love the sentiment stamp, a cherished retired wood stamp and the fun flat shaker.  There is a list of products used below.

Next, we made this pretty botanical card using the Butterfly Basics stamp set from the Occasions Catalog.  I used ideas from stamping friends, Linda and Gwen, but ended up with no room for the butterfly framelit.  No worries, we'll be using the butterfly framelit soon!  We sponged the edges of the sentiment and card front, as well as the inside sentiment card.

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Supplies used for our projects:

Stamp Set:  Butterfly Basics Photopolymer 137154
Punches/Framelits: Note Tag Punch 135860Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack Heart 133787
Word Window Punch 119857
Bird Builder Punch 117191
Cupcake Builder Punch 121807
On Film Framelits 132969
Confetti Heart Border Punch 137415
Papers:  Very Vanilla, Whisper White, Elegant Eggplant, Garden Green, Basic Black, Gold Foil Sheets, Window Sheets 114323

Happy Stampin'!!

2 comments :

  1. Ree, I'm loving how you are now including supplies for the projects. Sometimes I don't remember what colors we'd used in class. And I know I can use any color I want, but I like the ones we used. Your blog is really coming along. Thanks.

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  2. Thank you, Mike. To be honest, I wasn't sure that it was completely worthwhile for me to add supplies and numbers so your feedback is especially valuable!!! :)

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