Sunday, September 30, 2012

September Stamp a Stack + more

 If you are like me and check out lots of card making blogs, you will have noticed quite a few of these Triple Stamping cards.  I have had a bit of a play and here are a few of the cards I made.  We will be doing this technique at the Technique of the Month class next Tuesday.

The top card is made using Gumball Green, Primrose Petals (two of the new In colors) and Whisper White.  The stamp set is Betsy's Blosoms and the sentiment is Teeny Tiny Sentiments.
The Christmas cards are Real Red, Always Artichoke and Whisper White.  The stamp sets are Ornament Keepsakes, Season of Joy, Many Merry Messages and Teeny Tiny Sentiments.

The cards below are from the September Stamp a Stack.  All  the Christmas cards feature the new Stampin' Up! embossing folder "Holiday Frame". The others used up some of my mostly retired DSP & ribbon plus we used five different jumbo wheels and various stamps.

 Thanks for looking I hope you like what you've seen.  It's school holidays here now, so hopefully I will get some time to do a bit more card making for fun rather than just planning and preparing for classes.  I do have visitors arriving today for ten days, so I might be busy doing other things.

Bye for now,

Sunday, September 2, 2012

August Stamp a Stack Cards

 It's been a busy month so sorry for the lack of posts.  I should really be on here showing you the things I have been making with my new goodies from the new Annual Catalogue from Stampin' Up! and the gorgeous Holiday mini catalogue.  I have been playing and making things, but so far I haven't gotten around to taking any photos.  I'm having my launch night on Tuesday, so maybe after that.  But then there will be a stamp a stack to get organised for !!! : ) It never stops does it.

You can check out the new catalogue by going to the Stampin Up! website there's a link in the right hand column, Usefull Links (the top one).

Anyway,  here are the cards we made last month.  Hope you like them.  This time for a change I gave people a choice of making five ordinary cards and five Christmas cards, or ten of ordinary or ten Christmas cards. That sounds confusing, I hope you know what I mean.

Thanks for looking.  I will try to get back here sooner rather than later next time.