Sunday, February 27, 2011


One of my favorite stamp sets from the Occasions Mini is Bring on the Cake. In fact I like it so much that it is one of the stamp sets that I am using for my April class on Saturday April 16th. Check out my classes page for more information. In fact this first card is one of the 6 that we will be making that day.

The base of the card is early espresso. Then for the next layer you take certainly celery & glue assorted circle punched pieces of rich razzelberry, tempting turquoise, daffodil delight & pumpkin pie onto it. Then trim where the circles hang off the base piece. Take it & run it through the Big Shot machine with the square lattice embossing folder. The stamp the cake image in early espresso on whisper white cardstock, punch with the 2 1/2" circle punch & color. Mine is colored with a blender pen & ink. The glue it to a rich razzleberry 2 3/8" scallop circle & attach it to the circle piece with dimensionals.

This second card is a great male card. I always have a hard time with cards for men. The base of this card is basic black that has been run through the Big Shot with the tulip embossing folder. The next layer is pacific point cardstock. To make the next layer take a piece of 1st Edition Designer Paper, crumple it up then lightly sponge it across the top. The next layer is basic black cardstock that has been punched with the decorative label punch. The big wish stamp is done with basic black ink on very vanilla cardstock.

Have a great Sunday.

Reminder: Today is the last day to sign up for our starter kit & get a copy of the Sunny Fun stamp set from the upcoming Summer Mini. See my Join My Team page for more.
Also stop by my facebook page (INKredibily INKspired) & like it. I will be starting to put things there in March that won't be here. Including some freebies.

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