Here are the Stamp Club projects we worked on this month. I have such an awesome time with these gals. They are so much fun and THEY inspire me so much!!

This card was a total case of Laurie’s card. You can find her card and blog HERE. Not only does she have an AWESOME blog with paper crafting ideas, she also has GREAT RECIPIES!!! I have tried MANY of them, and I really think she could write a cookbook! (Even her recipies are done up CUTE “scrapbooky” style!!)

Anywhoooo……this is a fun girlie card made with TONS of punches!! It would make a great Mother’s Day or Friend Card!

Stamp Set: Oval All
Paper: Baja Breeze, Chocolate Chip, Whisper White, Parisian Breeze
Ink: Chocolate Chip
Accessories: 1 1/4”/Eyelet Border/Small Oval/Large Oval/1” Circle/1 3/8” Circle/Round Tab/Scallop Oval/Punches, Brads, Dimensionals

I have included a “cheat sheet” that will help with the sizes of punches that were used.

These “envelope” cards are awesome! They are truly a unique way to enclose a card! I have seen these a lot on SCS, but was inspired again by Pam Wood’s swapped card in our weSTAMP meeting last month! You can see her card in a couple posts below.

Recipe:Stamp Set: Very VersatilePaper: Riding Hood Red, Kraft, Close to CocoaInk: Close to Cocoa, Riding Hood RedAccessories: Kraft Envelopes, Daubers, Crimper, 1 1/4″ Circle Punch (Can’t see, but inside envelope has a circle punched out of it at the top), Scallop Edge Punch, Riding Hood Red Taffeta Ribbon
I think this is the most simple card I have ever done! The new Manhatten Flower Textured Impression Die is to DIE FOR! LOL What a fun and easy way to make an elegant card!I cased THIS ONE on SCS, but just changed the colors.
Recipe:Stamp Set: Very Versatile, God’s Many BlessingsPaper: Very VanillaInk: Encore GoldAccessories: Manhatten Flower Textured Impressions Die, Organza Ribbon (retired SU)