Weaving DSP


Here is a card that I CASE’d (copy and share everything) from my friend Darrah who lives in California.  You take strips of Designer Series Paper (DSP) and “weave” them together.  Darrah’s turned out much better than mine but I decided to post it anyway.I used Comfort Cafe Designer Series Paper, the Bigz Autumn Accents Die and the 1 1/4 inch Scallop Circle Punch from the Holiday Catalog.  I embossed the leaves using the Woodgrain Textured Impressions Embossing Folder, also from the Holiday catalog.

September 2012 Club Projects

Last Wednesday our Sackets Harbor Stampin Club met for our usual monthly meeting.Although it was a small group, we still had a lot of fun.  The first card we made, I am dedicating to my friend Buffy who lives in Virginia.  Buffy is also a Stampin Up Demonstrator and she just loves the triple stamping cards.  Here is my version of it.  We used the stamp set called The Open Sea.  SU was going to discontinue this set but I believe they had a lot of requests to bring it back and they did.  This set is great for making cards for men.
The next card we made was requested by my friend, Char.  Unfortunately Char could not be at the meeting.  Don’t worry, Char.  I will teach you another time.  The card uses the Labels Collection Framelits and the stamp set is called Happy Hour.  Anyone who has been a cruise or to the Caribbean needs to get this set.  Here is the front of the card.
This is what the card looks like when you open it.
The last card we did used the Big Shot die called Autumn Accents.  It cuts out great leaves so easily.  After cutting out the leaves then you stamp them with the stamp set called Wonderfall.  The background is an embossing folder called Woodgrain and is also great for making a card for a man.
If anyone is interested in learning how to make these cards
just let me know!