Club Doily Card 1

My club group met this past weekend and it ended up being a Hello Doily themed event! I didn't set out to do that. But, family commitments prevented me from attending so I tried to come up with projects that were not overly complex. After the Open Houses last month that involved the Stamp-a-ma-jig and lots of cutting, I promised no cutting and no SAMJ when I proposed meeting with out me in attendance. I have a wonderful downline and former club member that "ran" the show and reports are that all went well!! Thanks again Gwen :)

I didn't get this stamp with my first catalog order, but did add it on with my Open House orders. I didn't get it mounted right away, but now that I've started using it, I can't seem to stop!! Here is the first card from the weekend, using embossing on DSP. Don't forget-buy 3 get one FREE on DSP through the end of August.

Card base is Crumb Cake, with a Not Quite Navy layer behind a Well Worn DSP print of wood grain. My inspiration was a doily on a table. We stamped the Doily in Versamark on the DSP and applied White Embossing Powder. Heat set the EP, attach the DSP to the Not Quite Navy and put an Antique Brad through the center. Layer that on to the card base, attach the saying and you are done. I gave them the entire Teeny Tiny Wishes set to choose from, most of them fit the Word Window punch.

Thanks for stopping by today! Make sure and stop back the next two days to see the other 2 Doily cards from club!!

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SU! Catalog Items used: 122845 Hello, Doily * 115370 Teeny Tiny Wishes * 120953 Crumb Cake Card Stock * 101722 Not Quite Navy Card Stock * 122359 Well Worn DSP * 119670 Early Espresso Classic Ink * 117273 Antique Brads * 109132 White Stampin' Emboss Powder * 100005 Heat Tool * 103083 Embossing Buddy * 102283 Versamark Pad * 104430 Stampin' Dimensionals * 119849 Modern Label Punch * 119857 Word Window Punch

1 comment:

Ms said...

I've loved both of your Hello Doily cards... I'm not very good at embossing but I have this stamp and I'm just gonna have to bite the bullet and give this a try. Thank you for sharing your creativity.....