Thursday, July 22, 2010

Exchange Projects!

Our stamp club met on Monday and our theme was "Hawaiian Luau or anything summer-y". This super cute dress was made by Rhea using the scallop circle die cut for the Big Shot. I really like the layers!

This purse and tin were made by Sharon and LaReatha for the Birthday girl this month. Sharon got the template for the purse from Inking Idaho's blog and LaReatha used some retired DSP that I loved - can't think of the name of it now- but I wish it was still available! You two are pretty talented! really nice job!

WOW! Stephanie's bikini card is "the bomb"! I've seen these on SCS but didn't know how they were put together. It was very cool to see this one in real life! This was Rhea's birthday card - she loved it!

And - there is a back to this card too, really a "backside"! ha! Stephanie said that the bra part is actually the pieces cut out from the 'behind'. Pretty clever!

The 2 larger cards in this photo were made by Valerie. She used the Fifth Avenue Floral and Greenhouse Garden stamp sets. Very nice - I like the layered look and how she used the scalloped trim border and punch on the left-hand side card. The blue card on the bottom was made by LaReatha with the crab stamp - perfect for a beach scene! Love the little fishies too! The flip-flop card was made by Sharon. Can't go to the beach without flipflops! Look closely, she even made the accordian flower from the catalog on it! I have directions posted on this blog on how to make these if you are interested.

And the seamstress in our bunch, Cadie, made these appliqued dishtowels. One for the birthday girl, and the other for our exchange with the water and turtle. Cute, cute!

This cool drink card was made by Stephanie - gotta have a drink at the beach! Very nicely done, great colors too! The orange card was made by Kalie with the Tart and Tangy stamp set. I love this set! It is a classic and one I will always keep. Love the ribbon and scalloped circle behind this one - plus the matching envelope. Who wouldn't love to get this little card?!

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