March 12, 2009

March Stamp Class

This month we tried experimenting with different folds for our cards. We wanted to share how easy it is to make cards open in many differenct and exciting ways. We also made each card or project with at least one SAB (Sale-a-Bration) set.

The first card we made used the Congrats set. I love this set because it is so versitile. You can mix and match the sayings for so many occassions. We also used the Fifth Avenue Floral set, stamped it in Versamark and then embossed it with white embossing powder. We sponged Not Quite Navy ink over the embossing which made the white flowers pop! Adorable!

The second card we made is called a squash card. The techincal name is a Triangle Tri-Fold. We used the SAB designer paper, Cheap Talk, Hope Happens, and Sincere Salutations. This card gives a little something extra to the receiver. To see a step-by-step tutorial visit:

The third project we did was this adorable bag. We used a small craft bag and created a cute treat bag or personalize gift bag. We used the Yummy set and a couple of rhinestones for "bling." You can see a step-by-step tutorial video at
This link will take you to the Chic n' Scratch blog by Angie Kennedy Juda. She has a great blog. Check it out!

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