Monday, January 30, 2012

Sending a Kiss

Sending a Kiss by Andrea G71

January Stamp Club Card

It's that time again for a post of one of the cards we made at our Stamp Club.  It seems like a long time since we last met in December and it was fun to get together.  Unfortunately it was a small group and many members were missed.  Hope to see you next time!!

Of course I was inspired by a card I saw on Splitcoaststampers.  You can see it HERE.  So, not my own idea.  It is a fairly straight forward card to make just by looking at the supply list.  To help you assemble the frog you can use Tombo White Liquid Glue or a Two-Way Glue Pen.  Here are the punches I used and the number of punch outs:

Extra Large Oval - 1 Old Olive
Large Oval - 1 Certainly Celery, 3 Old Olive
1/2" Circle - 2 Certainly Celery
Owl - 1 Old Olive (the feet of owl are needed)

Other Supplies:

Stamps:  Petite Pairs, I {Heart} Hearts
Paper:  Whisper White, Basic Grey, Certainly Celery, DSP (retired),  Old Olive
Ink:  Basic Grey, Old Olive
Accessories:  Punches (see above),  Heart to Heart Punch (retired), Glue Dot, Dimensional, Googly Eyes, Sponge Dauber, Tombo White Liquid Glue, Old Olive Marker, White Taffeta Ribbon

As you can see, this card can be used as a "get well" card as the sentiment indicates.  Or you can change the sentiment and use it as a Valentine's card. 

This past Sunday, I led a card making event at my church with children from ages 7 to 11.  We made a card using the same frog.  I'll try to post a sample.  Same frog, different design.  They thought it was cute.

Thanks for stopping by.


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