Stamp-a-stack class

I am sorry I have been so quiet!  Things have been a zoo around here with events, friends, food, and sick kids!  I am taking Grant to the doctor today with what I am sure is an ear infection.  He had a temp of 104 last night and that was my limit!  I wanted to share the cards we did for the stamp a stack last weekend.  I got to meet alot of new wonderful ladies and spend time with some old friends!  It was  a nice morning!  Thanks for everyone that attended!  I had to plan quickly as this was a last minute event so I CASE’d (copy and share everything) most of my cards this time around. I wanted to have a variety of cards to appeal to alot of styles.

Card #1

card-fronts-1250.jpg Taylor V. made the inspiration card for this one.  I changed a few things to make it alittle less time consuming (less faux stitching) and used all SU! products.  The snowflakes are done in Hologram Highlights.  I made the Wild Wasabi marker using a dried blender pen and a Wild Wasabi reinker.  I think everything else is self explanitory.

Card #2

card-fronts-1249.jpg This was by Debbie Olson .  I loved her color combo and elegant card.  I changed the sentiment and didn’t add the brads she has but that was about it! 

Card #3 

   card-fronts-1245.jpg This card is from ajallan’s  SCS gallery.  I changed the ribbon and didn’t have one of the layers that she has.  (It was already alot of cutting…:)

Card #4

card-fronts-1247.jpg I designed this quick and simple card.  It used alot of punches and the the DP did most of the work!  I also had the choice of a River Rock cardbase and red ribbon that was pretty.  The set used is Perfect Presentation Level 2 hostess set. 

Thanks for looking and I hope to back later today with one of the projects we will be doing for the October 6th/8th stamp camp!  Have a great day!