During convention, Stampin' Up! broke a world record! Of course us demonstrators helped. The record was the most cards mailed at one time from one location, by individuals. Here is the card I made and sent.
I love this Designer Series Paper, I Am Me, but this pattern had me a little stumped! I decided to make a punch art camera to match it. The cameras on the paper are very simplistic, so it wasn't hard to figure out which shapes to use. Here is a breakdown of what I used to 'build' my camera.
I trimmed the excess from the Chalk Talk framelit, and I was left with a rectangle with rounded edges. You could just as easily cut a rectangle and round the edges, and hand cut a little button.
I added the 'oh snap!' with a retired alphabet set and my Stamp-a-ma-jig. It seems I rarely make a card without rhinestones, so I had to add some of those too!
- Stamps: Empire Alphabet Lower (retired)
- Real Red card stock - 5 1/2" x 8 1/2"
- Pool Party card stock - 2 3/4" x 3 3/4"
- I Am Me, Designer Series Paper - 2 1/2" x 4 1/2"
- Basic Gray and Whisper White card stock scraps
- Ink: Basic Black
- Tools and Accessories:
- Big Shot Die Cutting Machine
- Chalk Talk Framelits
- Circles Collection Framelits
- 1 3/8" Circle punch
- Rhinestone Basic Jewels
- Stampin' Dimensionals
I am still in Salt Lake City, on a Stampin' Up! convention high! I'm blessed to have family in the area, so I took a few extra days to visit them! Yesterday we went for a hike to Fifth Water Hot Springs in Diamond Fork Canyon; it's absolutely beautiful there!
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