Saturday, November 19, 2011

November Stamp Club

Hi Stampers!  Here's the project from November Stamp Club.  The background was done with a brayer.  When you ink up a brayer, you want to continually roll the brayer across the ink pad in a forward motion.  In other words, don't move the brayer back and forth on the ink pad.  If you just roll the brayer back and forth on the ink pad, you will have a spot on the roller that will not have ink on it.  Once you've inked up the brayer, NOW you can roll the brayer back and forth on your cardstock. 

I 'm using Pool Party and Basic Black Classic Inks.
Stamp Set is Uppsy Daisy.

I wasn't really digging the black so I changed it to Pacific Point, but I did stamp the Happy Birthday in Basic Black.  Base card in Pacific Point cardstcok is 8 1/2 x 5 1/2 folded in half--that's how I make all my cards.  That way you get two cards from one sheet of cardstock.  Middle layer is Basic Black (5 1/4 x 4) and the top layer is Whisper White cardstock (5 x 3 3/4).  Add a Rhinestone above the "i" for a little bling.

Here are the Rubber Duckie's card swaps form this month's club.  I've left off some names of the creators simply because I do not know who made what--so sorry!  Please let me know which one is yours so I can give you proper credit. 

Just Believe card by Barbara...Flower Garden Embossing Folder. 
Color with Stampin' Pastels over the embossed image.

Tina made this lovely Happy Holiday card using Snow Much Fun stamp set.

Barbara made this card using the Owl Builder Punch.

Frances and her daughter, Elizabeth, made this Christmas card using Loads of Love.

Thankful made by Paige.  The swirls are actually embossed--very neat effect!

Mary made the "it's your day" card using the Great Day Simply Sent Kit.

Heather made this lovely round fold over card. 
It's hard to see from the photo, but the flowers were stamped with the Versamark ink pad.

Lisa made this Thanksgiving scrapbook page. 

Happy Fall!  Happy Thanksgiving!  Happy Stamping!

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