Sunday, October 12, 2008

Stamp-A-Stack Part 1

20 cards $25 - 5 each of 4 different designs - getting an early start on Christmas cards - PRICELESS!!!

Baja Breeze, Pacific Point, Whisper White & Glossy card stock
Pacific Point striped ribbon
Snowflake (from Winter Post set) stamped onto Glossy card stock with Versa Mark
next Baja Breeze ink refill brayered onto Glossy card stock then buffed to a shine again with Swiffer dry cloth
A Very Merry Christmas (from hostess set Punches Three) stamped with Baja Breeze & Pacific Point Classic Stampin' Pads
Square Scallop Punch
MERRY cut out and popped up with Dimensionals
A Tree For All Seasons stamp set
Bashful Blue, Not Quite Navy & Whisper White card stock
Real Red 5/8" Grosgrain Ribbon
Season's Greetings (from Snow Swirled stamp set) stamped in Not Quite Navy
Wide Oval Punch - edged in Real Red
Winter tree was Versa Marked and then applied with Glassy Glaze Enamel twice using a Heat Tool
Trees are stamped in Black Staz On and then colored in with a blender pen using
Real Red, Garden Green, Pumpkin Pie, Close To Cocoa, Summer Sun, Ballet Blue, Regal Rose & Not Quite Navy
1 1/4" & 1 3/8" inch Square Punches used also

Kraft, Chocolate Chip, Ruby Red, Old Olive, Baja Breeze & Holiday Treasures DSP card stock
Skaters (from Winter Post stamp set) stamped in Chocolate Chip
Ticket Corner & Wide Oval Punch used
Season's Greetings (from Snow Swirled stamp set)
stamped in Ruby Red
Natural Hemp Twine
1/16" circle punch used on seam of card to thread twine through
Holiday Treasures DSP (Designer Series Paper), Old Olive, Whister White & Riding Hood Red card stock
Riding Hood Red striped Ribbon
Tree (from Snow Swirled stamp set)
Merry Christmas (from Holidays and Wishes stamp set)
Wide Oval Punch
Old Olive Classic ink, Versa Mark, Heat and Stick Powder & Dazzling Diamonds Glitter
All products are SU! except the Swiffer :)

1 comment:

Rach said...

Hi Dawn, I LOVE the Snow Swirled cards!

I popped in to give the dimensions on the portfolio. Take an 8 1/2"X11" sheet and score at 5 1/2" along the short side. Score at 2 1/4" on the long side (forming the pockets). I cut a "V" out of the bottom (measured out 1" on either side from the score in the middle). I folded up the bottom and taped the outter edges. It's a pretty cute project and will hold four cards and envelopes.

Hope this helps! :o)