Workshop Projects

Here are the projects we did yesterday at Kathy’s workshop. It was so much fun! She wanted a fun get-together to try out different/new things. So, I gave them a little taste different things.

Here’s card #1:

Butterfly Thank You card

Butterfly Thank You card

Stamp set: Great Friend, Fresh Cuts

Ink: Baja Breeze, Basic Gray

Paper: Baja Breeze, Basic Gray, Whisper White, Urban Garden DSP

Accessories: Sponge daubers, White Organza ribbon, Mini glue dots, Stampin’ Dimensionals

This one shows how you can sponge extra color around the edges of a solid stamp to add definition and interest. I showed what it would look like if you just use Baja Breeze. As a jazzed up version, I also showed how you can stamp a second image, cut it out, and add Dazzling Diamonds.

Card #2:

Cupcake Birthday card

Cupcake Birthday card

Stamp set: Crazy for Cupcakes, One Smart Cookie

Ink: Chocolate Chip, StazOn Jet Black

Paper: Pink Pirouette, Watercolor paper, Sweet Always DSP (already sold out! oops)

Accessories: Watercolor Wonder crayons Earth Elements, Chocolate Chip 5/8″ grosgrain ribbon, Aqua painters, Word window punch

This one shows how you can use the Watercolor Wonder Crayons to color in a line art image, and blend it out with the Aqua Painters. So easy!

I also showed that you can spice up this card by adding Red Beads to the sprinkle images. Adds a little bit of dimension for some fun.

3-D Item:

Flower Treat bag

Flower Treat bag

Stamp set: Oval All (Mini)

Ink: Tangerine Tango, Chocolate Chip cartridge

Paper: Tangerine Tango, Whisper White

Accessories: Scallop oval punch (mini), Fast Flowers wheel, Corner rounder punch, Crop-o-dile, Sticky strip, Chocolate Chip 1/4″ grosgrain ribbon

This one shows how easy it is to create your own patterned cardstock using a wheel. Also, it showcases how Stampin’ Up! offered coordination items, including matching punches and stamp sets.

I showed how you can add two different colors to the stamp to make it a little different. Well, actually, I brought the sample that showed what you can do. Because we don’t have In Color markers, I added it on with a blender pen. That took a bit of time… 🙂


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