Friday, September 14, 2012

September Stamp Club Swaps

A few items from our monthly swap....

To make this adorable little envelope that holds a gift card, Tina says start with a 4 1/2" piece of DSP.   Using the Simply Scoring Tool with the Diagonal Plate, score at 2 5/8 on two opposite ends, and at 1 5/8 on the on the other two opposite ends. Fold sides in, fold bottom up, and cut point off top.  Glue bottom edges up to the sides.  Fold flap down, and round with corner rounder.

Add velcro rounds to secure gift card inside.

Pam made this lovely notecard with the Snow Festival Designer Printed Tags and Festival of Prints DSP Stack.  The stack is 48 sheets of 4 1/2 x 6 1/2 double sided DSP.  Cut a sheet in half and it makes the perfect layering piece for a Notecard.  The tags leave plenty of room to stamp your favorite sentiment.

Now, this card may look like it was made out of a paper bag, but I assure you it wasn't.  It was made from the brown packing material that comes in our Stampin' Up! orders.  It was ironed to flatten out the crinkles and then stamped and embellished like a  normal piece of cardstock--this is called upcycling not recycling!

Marcia created this adorable little bunny card.

Joan created this wonderful fall card.

Susan created this tea bag holder. 
This is the treat holder from August 3, 2012 post.

Until next month...happy stamping!  Bye for now, Maria

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