Thursday, March 21, 2013

Club Projects

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Happy Thursday!  Only TWO more days of Sale-a-bration!  I am sad to see these stamps go….I have had not enough time to play with them this year!  I promised you I would show you the two projects my clubs made, and here they are! 

The first one is a CASE from the famous Ann Clemmer at Stamper Dog!  I have enjoyed reading her blog and seeing her creations…if you’re not familiar with her, check it out!  The card I cased can be seen here.

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I loved the spotlighting technique she used, and we had never done it in club, so I made a few changes and the girls really enjoyed it!

The second one uses the triple-time stamping technique, another one I had been itching to try!  I used some retiring In Colors (although I did hear that Pool Party and Calypso Coral may be hanging around---YAY!!!!):

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We also learned how to make a paper bow from the great tutorial by Connie Collins shown here.  I think on my original, I had my bow placed a little more to the left….it looks a little odd here!  But they loved this too!

During playtime yesterday, Cassidy insisted on bringing out Lambie and baby doll so she could give them a ride:

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Thanks for popping by today!

6 comments:

  1. Fabulous spotlight on the first card! Love it :) Spring has got to come with the second card showcasing it wonderfully.

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  2. I'm loving that spotlight technique on your card, and the paper bow looks delicious in that gorgeous color of purple! Baby doll must have been chilly with no clothes on! LOL

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  3. love that little spotight..so cool!

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  4. Fabulous colors on the phone booth. It's really a great stamp to use for that technique!

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  5. This spotlight is wonderful LeAnne. TFS! Happy Spring!

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  6. We still have a lot of snow! :( so nice to see Cassidy to out side
    I love love love that spot light card. So sweet. TFS

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