Saturday, April 3, 2010

March Big Shot Club

Deb and Lynn are embellishing their Easter bunny's
Amy is embossing her square scallop mini album Leslie, Deb Hamlin, and Amy are making the very first Scallop Square chipboard mini Scrapbook
I first saw this design for the watering can on Inking Idaho, Becky Roberts blog and then the wonderful tutorial on my gal pal Patti Lee's blog from Creations by Patti Lee

This is made with the Milk carton die cut and Extra Large 2 Bird Punch
You use the wing on the punch to make the tulips. Then I cut 1/4" peices of celery CS for the grass and used the flower fusion sizzlit from SU for the flowers

This easter bunny was inspired by my other gal pal Kay on Creations on Paper!
You use the fancy favor die cut to make the box and use a top note for the face.
Wide Oval,Large Oval, Scallop oval for hands(cut off three scallops) and wrap them around the designer label punch with the sentiment from Well Scripted words.
The heart punch for the nose, and the pats on the feet are 1/2" circle punch.
eyes are 1 3/8" circle and the 1" incle circle for the black on the eyes. I used a white gel pen on the top of the eyes
Then we filled it with Goodies.

I absolutely love this card. It uses the folk stencils from the OCM. I used the one from Razzle Dazzle using rich razzleberry ink with a dauber pouncing darkly on the outline of the stencil on kraft cardstock. then I used the EnFrancis background stamp. Razzleberry lemonade DP and then we did the faux gold embossing technique that can be found on SCS. This card was inspired by Stamping by the Sea's-Kim Van Dipen.
This is the Mother's Day Square Scallop chipboard scrapbook we made for Mother's Day.
The front uses the Oval Scallop Frame die cut stamped in white craft ink and white EP using the Fifth Avenue Floral and the Mothers day stamp in regal rose and certainly celery. The designer
Paper is from the Tea party series.

I used the top note in so saffron and turned it and cut it again to get the shape on the left page adding the butterflies from the embsslit, and the Oval Scallop Frame die for the picture bases.

Back page is the Scallop envelope die added some DP and used the 2 tag die cut to make a journal tag. TIP: Always use glue sticks to adhere the CS to the chipboard, apply the glue to the chipboard not the CS.

I would like to thank all the wonderful crafters who inspire my designs and I am truly humbled by their creativity.


Creations by Patti said...

Wow - I love what you did for your class get together, especially the scallop album......great job.....Yikes: pastels? OK.....I may need to CASE it if I do a workshop. As usual, TFS

peata said...

what cool projects!