Monday, March 8, 2010

March Class/Club

Spring is on it's way and I wanted the projects for this month to be cheerful and springy! For my club we mostly make cards. I stepped out of that box this month.
This is made with the On Board Scallop Circle Book. You get 8 of these in the package. Instead of a book, we made a post it note holder. We used the Sweet Pea Designer Series Pack to cover the board. I found the circle post it notes and thought those would be perfect as the center. The butterflies were cut out of colors of cardstock that coordinate with the Sweet Pea Pack with the Beautiful Wings Embosslit.


Isn't this little container cute! The flower is the Scallop Rose that I have made before. The container is the Stampin' Store Container. the paper used is Shades of Spring Designer Series Paper. I have to admit that I ordered this paper thinking I wouldn't like it. Well, I was wrong. It really is pretty!!! The "hello" is from the Tiny Tags stamp set and punched out with the Medium Jewelry Tag punch and is attached to the flower with Linen Thread.

I love daffodils! This is the card that we made. The set used is Abundant Hope. It is stamped with Stazon on watercolor paper. Stamp pads with an aquapainter were used to color. Cardstock is So Saffron, Certainly Celery, Pumpkin Pie and then the watercolor paper. Pads to color are the same and shading was done with Sahara Sand. The Border Scallop Punch, Modern Label Punch and Finial Press Embossing Folder were also used.

Everything is © Stampin' Up!

6 comments:

Laura said...

Debra - These are gorgeous!

Kelly Calandrino said...

Simply gorgeous!!!

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nenimlasj said...

love it. Really pretty.

Emma F said...

Wowee Kazowee ... LOVE your projects :) I'm going to do the scallop circles too with my Club girls!

Jami said...

What beautiful projects Debra! I'm sure it was a wonderful class!!!