Monday, August 30, 2010

August Stamp Camp

We had a great afternoon at my August Stamp Camp. We were literally wall-to-wall stamping! And the FOOD! Oh my gosh! Everybody knows you can't stamp without food, and the campers brought some great nosh-ings! Thanks, ladies!
Here are the projects we worked on this month:
I love the vintage, romantic look of this card. The front of the Crumb Cake card stock is cut 1/4" shorter so the luscious, gathered, Victoria Lace can peek through. We used the Vintage Vogue stamp set using Versa Mark, Crumb Cake, Always Artichoke and Soft Suede ink pads. The Modern Label Punch was used to pop up the sentiment. An Antique Brad in the center of the flower pulls it all together. And you know how I love that yummy Satin Ribbon!
This is a special card for a special person!

From romantic to whimsical!
This card is made using the new Owl punch. All his little parts come with one punch. Insert different colors and you can change his personality. He is such a versatile little guy. I have seen him flipped over, punched in white, and voila', he's a ghost! I'm gonna have to try that one myself!

What a great way to use up designer paper scraps. I had a sampler ring of papers from the last catalog and thought, what a great card to use them on. We cut each piece 1" x 1 3/4", lined them up on Whisper White card stock, punched a sentiment and popped it up with Stampin' Dimensionals. It's even cuter if the strips don't match!

We were really busy with this card. It uses the 1" Circle, Eyelet Border, and the Fancy Flower punches. We ran it through the Big Shot using the Textured Impressions Square Lattice and Perfect Polka Dots embossing folders. Turned out great, don't you think?

This is a note card size sample for a baby. All the card stock pieces used are of the textured version and it just looks so pretty. Once again, with the Big Shot, we used the Clearlits Scallop Rectangle die. The Small Heart Punch and Large Star punch were placed on top of it with the Dimensionals. Imagine it in done with Bashful Blue.
So sweet.

Can you believe that this heart pocket, tiny envelope and little box were all made with the same punch? Depending on how you fold it, you can get all kinds of different looks. It's called a Petal Card Punch and not only does it cut your paper, it scores it too! The little square notes were stamped using the Cute by the Inch stamp set. That little box is just big enough for a chocolate kiss. And of course, a little bling doesn't hurt!
If you missed this camp, make plans to come to the September one! We will be making spooky cards and projects with a Halloween theme!
Don't miss it! Reserve your spot today!


  1. Pam - I love them ALL! I am so casing that Baby card! Brilliant! :)

    Heather K.

  2. Love the little heart made with the petal punch! Wish I could have been at your camp, Pam!