My Stamp Club recently finished up for the year and I realised that I had not posted October's projects either so today you will see what we did in the last TWO stamp clubs for the year. Firstly, in October we focused on Christmas and here are the two cards we made. I taught my members the Partial Embossing technique using the petals-a-plenty folder. Tutorial found here. One of my fellow demos (thanks Jane) taught me this technique at a show earlier in the year and I thought it would be perfect to save up for this card. The other card uses some of the new folders in this years catalogue and the new embossing powder in Cherry Cobbler. I also used the Letters to Santa DSP and the new Stocking Punch. More recently this month we did some special cards using the telescoping technique. You can see a tutorial for this technique here. All my ladies loved both lots of cards and some used them as their Christmas cards this year for the their family and friends. Lastly, in addition to the telescope cards we made, I put together this cute little snowman (thanks to Becky Roberts for the idea) It used a battery operated tea light candle for his nose - isnt it cute! Due to the success of my stamp club and many requests to join I now have two clubs running for next year. Thanks for visiting today.
Check back here on Aug 1 for a special sneak peek.
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