Feeling Sentimental

G’day Stampers,

Our card today in Crafty Creations is using “Feeling Sentimental” which is from SAB a couple of years ago.  I find the images 008ins-blogare fantastic for all occasions – male, female, babies, etc.

We did a little bit of sponging, played with the Stamp-a-Ma-Jig & a little embossing.  The ladies loved creating their card & of course everyone’s turned out a little different which is the beauty of card making, especially techniques.  They especially loved seeing how the Stamp-a-Ma-Jig worked & how easy it was to line images & sentiments exactly where you want them.

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Until next time, Happy Stampin’


35. Happy Birthday – Feeling Sentimental


Sending Sympathy….

I needed a Sympathy Card to post out this week, so I dug up one of the rare cards that I saved.  I’ve cased (copied & shared everything) from Sarah Willis  I’m not even sure where I come across it or when I come across it.  It is quiet an old card as it uses a stamp set from last year’s SAB.

Thanks so much Sarah for the inspiration!

The Framed Tulips EF is not one that I have used a lot, so thought it gave me the perfect opportunity to dig it out of the box & dust it down.  I quite like the result of the EF but believe me it was hard not to use my favourite Perfect Polka Dots.  In saying that, if you look closely, I managed to get it on here anyhow.

Supplies –
Stamp Set              Petite Pairs – 122497, Fresh Vintage – SAB 2012
Ink                           Soft Suede – 126978
Cardstock              Very Vanilla – 106550, Soft Suede – 119982
EmbossingFolder Framed Tulips – 121809, Perfect Polka Dots – 117335
Punches                 1 3/8” Circle – 119860
Framelits                Labels Collections – 125598
Markers                  Subtles – 119700
Accessories           Big Shot – 113439, Snail Adhesive – 104332, Stampin’ Dimensionals – 104430, Pearls – 119247
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As most of you are probaly aware, I do a volunteer class at Caloundra Community Centre each Friday arvo.  It is a fun class with a lovely lot of ladies.  We are steadily growing with the averge class being about 10.

We are now in our new centre & I must say it is so lovely having all the mod cons & new area to work in.  Sitting on top of a hill & not far from the beach, there is always a lovely breeze. 

Inside Card…

My card today is one we created a couple of weeks ago in Crafty Creations – Volunteer Class.  I love Rosettes and the ladies often ask if they can do more of them.  As it turns out, there is usually 1 or 2 of them that either missed the previously classes on Rosettes or have only just started with us.  It also gives the ladies who have Glue Guns a chance to bring them along & play.

Ther is only one stamp used to create this card & that is the greeting.  In saying that, it could easily be altered to include stamps, including the centre of the Rosette.

I wanted to show the class that you don’t have to have a lot of stamps to create a lovely card.  I love the way I’ve used the Pearls & created an “apron”, so to speak.  The spiral of Pearls was a last minute idea, but actually help finish the card a little more.

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Until next time, Happy Stampin’