Friday, July 13, 2007

Stamp Camp Projects

I went to demo friend tina Moore's Stamp Camp this evening and HAD to share her FABULOUS cards. AS with me, she finds much inspiration from other's designs and then always has to "make it her own" rather than pure CASE'ing (Copy And Share Everything). I did it too - to the Taggers Dozen card, adding the tone on tone flowers to the Cameo coral main layer)

Happy Everything Card: Stamps - Pick a Petal, Happy Everything & Itty Bitty Backgrounds; CS - Tempting Turquoise, Basic Black & Whisper White; Ink - Classic Pads in Pink Passion, Lovely Lilac, Only Orange, Tempting Turquoise, Gable Green and Green Galore; Access - Circle Ice Rhinestone Brads, Aquapainter (for watercoloring from the ink pads), 3/4" Circle Punch & Dimensionals.

Sparkle & Giggle Card: Stamps - Warm Words, Paisley & Polka Dots & Canvas Background; CS: Garden Gree, Wild Wasabi, Rose Red & Kraft; Ink - Classic Ink in Garden Green, Basic Black & Rose Red and Versamark; Access - Earth Elements Brads, 1/4" More Mustard Grosgrain Ribbon, Natural Hemp, Aquapainter (for watercoloring focal piece flowers from an ink pad), 1/8: hand punch (for anchoring ribbon)

Taggers Dozen Card: Stamps - Taggers Dozen, Everyday Flexible Phrases; CS - Camoe Coral, Taken with Teal, Old Olive, Apricot Appeal and confetti White; Ink - Classic Pads in Cameo Coral, Taken with Teal, Apricot Appeal and Basic Brown; Access - Apricot Appeal 1/4" Grosgrain Ribbon, Silver Brads, 1/16" hand punch, staples

Congratulations Card: Stamps - Little Pieces, Big Pieces, Hugs & Wishes; CS - Whisper White, Certainly Celery, Bordering Blue & Elegant Eggplant; Ink - Classic Pads in elegant Eggplant, Bordering Blue, CErtainly Celery; Access - Rich Regal Eyelets, 1/8" & 1/16" hand punches, Rich Regal Brads, Elegant Eggplant 1/4" Grosgrain Ribbon, Dimensionals & paper clip

1 comment:

LAURIE ANN said...

Love the cards--such pretty color combos and little details. I have to CASE the Happy Eveerything one...those petals in different brights remind me of those wire-framed plastic-y transparent goop flower craft that we used to do...remember? I don't even know what it's called. Am I dating myself? Anyhow, thanks for sharing!
Laurie Ann