November Stamp Club Tag

In my last post, I showed you a card we made at Stamp Club using the Delicate Ornament Framelit.  On that card, we cut an Ornament from our layer and filled the negative space with the Sleigh Ride Edgelits.

Instead of tossing the ornament we cut out, we used it to make this tag, using the Flurry of Wishes stamp set.

Flurry of Wishes Ornament

Here’s the fixin’s!

We randomly stamped the ornament with the smallest snowflake from the Flurry of Wishes stamp set in Soft Sky ink.  We stamped the next size snowflake in Lost Lagoon on a Whisper White scrap and punched it with the coordinating punch.

We used the Banner Punch to trim the ends of a strip of silver glimmer paper.  (you’ll feed it through the back of the punch to trim only the ends).  We used one of these pieces that was punched from the strip at the top of the ornament.  All of these pieces are adhered with dimensionals.  Before adding the ornament top, punch a hole and add bakers twine.  The glimmer “top” will cover this hole.

Add a rhinestone to the center of the central snowflake, and you’re finished!

You can purchase any of the products used to make this project by clicking on the shopping basket.

If you don’t have a demonstrator, I’d love to be your demo.  Or, if you’d like to be your own demonstrator, I’d love to have you on my team!

Until next time………stay inky, my friends!


November Stamp Club

Here’s one of the projects we made at our November Stamp Club!  I’ve gotten a lot of compliments on this card, and the members really loved it!

Sleigh Ride Edgelits

Our base card was made from Night of Navy CS.  Our panel is Whisper White.  We cut out the ornament with the Delicate Ornament Thinlit Dies (largest ornament), then stamped the ornament top from Embellished Ornaments in Marina Mist, and our swirly “branch” from Everything Eleanor is stamped in Night of Navy.  The panel was then embossed with the Softly Falling TIEF.

We used the Sleigh Ride Edgelit dies and scraps of Shimmery White and Marina Mist CS to cut the houses and sleigh.  These are then adhered to the back of the panel behind the cutout with dimensionals.  Attach the panel to the card with dimensionals, add a silver ribbon and a rhinestone “star”, and you’re finished!

If you’d like more information on Stamp Club, or other classes, please contact me!  If you’re in the Elizabethtown/Fort Knox area of Kentucky, I’d love to stamp with you!

All of the products needed for this project can be purchased by clicking on the shopping basket.  If you don’t have a demonstrator, I’d love to be yours!  And, if you’re interested in being a demonstrator, I’m happy to help and support you!

Until next time………stay inky, my friends!