July Stamp Club Project

Today we had our last Stamp Club with our current group.  I had to make an extra special project for the occasion, and here it is!  I love it!  I got the idea from my leader, Lisa Curcio, who got it from YouTube (search Sweet Note Tote).  Check it out!

(Please excuse the picture quality – I didn’t have very good lighting today, but I wanted to get these up for everyone to see!)

This is the outside view of the Stationary Holder.  I used the new Patio Party designer series paper (126916).  It is so fun, isn’t it?!

Here is what the tote looks like when opened.  One side holds Medium Envelopes (Whisper White, 107301) and the other side holds the cards (I used 4 of each).  What a great gift!

I created the card using the Make a Cake stamp set (126742).  It coordinates perfectly with the Patio Party DSP.  The cake was stamped in the new In Color, Midnight Muse (126860).  Everyone at Stamp Club today commented on how great the new ink pads are.  You don’t need to press hard at all – in fact, you shouldn’t press hard at all because then it will be too juicy.  Just a tip, if you haven’t used the new stamp pads yet, test out the stamp a few times on scratch paper just to get the hang of it.  The background paper you see is also an In Color, Primrose Petals (126841).  We ran the cardstock through the Big Shot (113439) using the Perfect Polka Dots Folder (117335).  The ribbon you see is the new 1/4″ Stitched Grosgrain Ribbon in Daffodil Delight (126872).  I also used Daffodil Delight (119683) and Whisper White cardstock (100730).

If you live in the area and are interested in Stamp Club, please comment below or go to my website for my contact information.  I plan to start the next group in September if I can get a group of 6 together.





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