Here are the projects we did this month for our Girl’s Day/Night Out. Sure had a fun time with you all, and it was fun to meet a lot of new ladies this month!!

Lemonade CardThe first card might look familiar, I made another one and gave it away as part of a prize for a game we played at our weSTAMP meeting. You can see that post HERE. I was totally inspired by Corrine, whose blog and card can be found HERE. Sure hope I run into her at convention, I get so many great ideas from her!! I love how you can get the frosted glass look with vellum!

Recipe:Stamp Set: Priceless, Tart and TangyPaper: Vellum, YoYo Yellow, Whisper White, Spring Fling DPInk: Craft White, YoYo YellowAccessories: Glue Pen, Dazzling Diamonds Glitter, Corner Rounder, 1 1/4″ & 1 3/8″ circle punchesAhoy Matey CardThis one might also look familar because I used this card idea for our weSTAMP swap last month. You can read the details on this card at this post HERE. I did simplify a few things for this group because it was getting to be a time-consuming card, but FUN!
Friendship Card
Recipe:

Stamp Set: All Holidays
Paper: Pretty in Pink, So Saffron, Certainly Celery, Whisper White, Spring Fling DP
Ink: Pretty in Pink
Accessories: BoHo Punch, Non SU Punches, Brads, Cuttlebug, White Grosgrain Ribbon

It’s Your Birthday CardI was totally inspired by a card SOMEWHERE, thought it was Split Coast, but when I went back to look for it, I couldn’t find it. If it looks like your design, please let me know so I can link it here. I must have ran across someone’s blog. I CASED the layout, but changed the colors and stamp set. Gotta love those punches!!!!
Recipe:

Stamp Set: It’s Your Birthday, Eat Cake
Paper: Wild Wasabi, Brilliant Blue, Whisper White
Ink: Green Galore, Brilliant Blue
Accessories: Wild Wasabi Double Stitched Ribbon, Square Punches

Pixie Stick PinwheelI CASED this idea from Dawn over at Dawn’s Stamping Thoughts. I love her blog and visit it quite often! How does she have time to do all of those blogs???? Her pinwheel VIDEO can be found HERE. I like to use these pinwheels instead of a bow on a gift. (Wrap the gift in plain color….) They are so fun and EASY to make!There really isn’t a recipe on here, just a 5″ x 5″ piece of designer two sided paper and a pixie stick!! Oh and you will need a brad, too. ENJOY!