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Luv 2 Stamp Group - Stamp a Rama June event, part 2

Luv 2 Stamp Group - Stamp a Rama June event, part 1

One of the activities I offer my direct recruits and our Power Team (supervisors and above) is a quarterly Stamp A Rama event - it's a shoebox swap.  We each bring a finished card or 3-d project with enough supplies for the rest of us to go around and make each project.  We always have a theme, usually related to the current mini catalog or holiday. 

Enjoy these projects that my wonderful gals brought to our June Stamp A Rama.

Below, project by Vinnie... I LOVED the Stencil image on GLOSSY cardstock.. wow.. so yummy !

Vinnie

Below, Joy showed us the "tile technique" using a Score Pal, you can also use the SU! Fiskars cutter and your bone folder to make the 1/2" grid of score lines, THEN stamp your image on top. Looks like tiles!

Joy


 

Sampler click here

New color kits

 

Scallop sq siggy

Shopping cart shop now

Get new catty


Click image below to see all the details !

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Comments

Carey Rogers

These are both beautiful. I have never done a shoebox swap. How is it done? Can you explain more on your blog please?

Carey Rogers
aka Roscoe's mommy

Juliette

Oh I love the Stenciled card. Just perfect.

sharon field / created by you

Love that red and brown card.. very pretty!! Thanks for sharing Patty!

CherylAnn Robinson

Very pretty cards, especially the stencilled one.

Trish Hoffman

Hi Patty, thanks for sharing the cards. The first one, red and brown is so pretty. I am going to have to keep it in mind for the Holidays. The second card with the "tile" technique, I never knew how that was done before. Thanks for letting the cat out of the bag. hee, hee. Now I can make me a card just like that. Have a wonderful day, and great Weekend.

Cyber hugs, Trish in Wisconsin

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