January Stampin Projects

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Our January Hostess was Cheri Thomas, thanks Cheri for the cute card.   Cheri brought this cute Love Card, for no better name.

Here are the two projects I brought for January -

December Stampin Projects

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We made three project for December and had our annual cookie exchange which is always fun!  I love going home with a plate of cookies and only having to provide one type of cookie.

We had this card using the Stampin Up Snowflake punch and the new Glitter paper.

After punches out the snowflakes we used them for these three tags, now that’s what I call recycling!

Here I used the cute Greeting Card Kids Stampin Up set for this little box.  I gave these away to co-workers as a little holiday gift with Mary Kay hand lotion in it instead of sweets.

November Stampin Projects

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Card by Hostess, Megan Thompson

These were the three projects we made in November.  The ornament card was brought by our November Hostess, Megan Thompson.  It was fun to make.  Dasher is one of my favorite sets and this year was the Snowman theme for me…I love this Stampin Up set called Snow Much Fun.  I used the tree and snowman for the cut Big Shot Die Cut Box.

October Stamp N Share Projects

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October Stamp N Share Projects, the wedding card is from an earlier post of a card I made fror my best friend and stampin buddy Sue Kment’s daughter Abby’s bridal shower.  At the shower Sue said we needed to make this in our club projects.  I had that already planned but I didn’t want her to see it before the shower.  

The dress is made from satin material I bought at Jo-Ann Fabric, cut with the Stampin Up big scalloped circle die cut on the Big Shot.  After they are cut (3 or 4 at a time) you set them out and spray with hair spray and let them dry.  After they are dry you run it through the Big Shot in the embossing folder of your choice, three times back and forth made the best impression.  The master behind this design is my Adopted Stampin Up demonstration Upline Jill Olsen, here is here website: http://stampingjill.com/.  I’ve never met her but would love to someday.  She is super talented!

The first card was brought as a project from our hostess of the month Kitty Anderson.  Kitty always does such cool projects for us.  Thank you Kitty for the project.  The set is one of my fvorites (this year, lol) named “Snow Much Fun”.

The snow on the middle card is the new Stampin Up Mica flakes, love that stuff.  I applied it with the Stampin Up 2 way glue stick.  The set again is “Snow Much Fun”.  You can see that you can do alot of fun cards with this set.  I used the Jewerly Tag punch for the top of the fence rails and the Word Window punch for the fence posts.