Hi there stamping friends! Happy Columbus day to you, do you have today off from work or school? I do and I’m going to enjoy the day doing some stamping and preparation for some upcoming events. I’m sorry that I was not able to host my annual Columbus Day Christmas stamp camp but time really slipped away for me these past few weeks. But here are the four club projects that I offered this month. The ladies loved them Saturday morning and now I have another group coming later tonight to make these projects. What do you think do you have a favorite? I treasure all your comments it means the world to me!
How fun are these cards? I think everyone needs a few Halloween cards there’s always some special folks or kids to send these to you, right?
Can you tell the happy Halloween image is embossed with black embossing powder? I love the black berry bliss paired with tangerine tango and basic black.
This sweet little note card is inspired by card I saw made by a very talented, generous, inspiring demonstrator named Lisa Pretto. Thanks Lisa, I love soft sky and soft suede colors together!
And this autumn card was inspired by Kimberly Van Diepen, love her work! I did use a greeting on my card front from the watercolor wishes kit- oh my gosh this kit is amazing I can’t believe I haven’t put it all together yet!I’ll be taking that up to our team retreat this weekend in Lake was there for sure!
This card was another hit and some folks liked using the bear in the stamp set on the inside and on their envelope.
Do you have a favorite? Do you make cards for Halloween? Are you ready for Halloween?
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Have a great day! Thanks for visiting the blog today!
**Oops! I was supposed to schedule this post to go live on Monday, which is really Columbus Day not sure how I goofed up but you’re getting this blog post a day early. Enjoy!
4 thoughts on “October club projects…”
Hi Lynn. What is the method that is used on the leaves on the card that says Happiest Birthday Wish s?
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Hi Marilyn, that is the baby wipe technique where you put reinkers on a baby wipe and that becomes ink pad. The three colors I used are: soft suede, crushed curry, and island indigo. Glad you liked it thanks!
Love the cards, especially the Halloween one!
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Thanks Sharon! Hope your travels are going smoothly!!