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Here you can find out all the latest RSW news, get details of special offers & view projects made using rubber stamps. Most of the projects shown here will be made from Stampin' Up! products, as I'm an Independent Stampin' Up! demonstrator, covering Cheshire & Greater Manchester.

Monday, 14 July 2008

Stampin' Experience Make & Takes

These are the pics of the M&Ts we made when the Stampin' Experience tour came to Manchester:

On the left is a pocket card made using the Bundle of Joy stamp set. The tag was hand cut. This could be used for a baby announcement, a christening invite or a baby birthday card. The pocket is made by folding a strip of card & fastening with a brad on either side. Your card could be any size - just make sure it's wide enough to fit your tag in! You could also attach a gift card to the back of the tag. The Soft Subtle colour family was used for this project.

On the right is a birthday goodie bag made using the Big Bold Birthday stamp set. You could put anything small in the bag - a gift, some sweets, some small notelets, etc. You may not be able to tell from the pic, but on top of the icing are some glue dots that have been dipped in Stampin' Glitter - very cute! The Bold Brights colour family was used for this project.

These are 2 6x6 scrapbook pages made
using the Heartfelt stamp set (one of the Hostess sets). There's room for a photo & some journaling on each page. Plus you could put some hidden journaling on the back of the tag. The ribbon has been rouched by pulling a couple of threads - quite hard to see on the photo. It was the taffeta ribbon, not the grosgrain (I'm not sure whether the technique works with grosgrain - will have to have a play!). The flower on the tag & the 2nd page has been cut out & layered with Stampin' Dimensionals. The Rich Regals colour family was used for this project.

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