Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Happy September and upcoming class project

Can you believe it is September 4th already!?! I find it difficult.  Where did August disappear to?
Since just returning from a short visit to South Dakota, I haven't had time to create anything new so I'm going to show a sneak peek at one of the cards I will have for our class this coming weekend.
We are having our classes on Friday and Sunday this month due to the Stampin' Up! Regional conference here in Denver on Saturday.  Can't wait!  I love these events.  It's so fun to be around hundreds of other people who have the same passion for paper crafting as I do!

I also want to point out Stampin' Up!'s September Special.  For each $40.00 order you can get FREE ribbon!  What a deal!!!  Click on the link on the left side of the page for more details.

OK, enough jabbering..... Here is the card for class along with the inspiration card I CASE'd.

 
We will be adding a More Mustard layer under the center DSP.
 
 
And here is the inspiration card by Penny Smiley



 
 
 
Products used:
 
 
Stamps:  Perfectlly Preserved
Ink:  Lucky Limeade, Raspberry Ripple, Island Indigo, Early Espresso, Crumb Cake (to highlight the woodgrain), More Mustard
Accessories:  Cannery Set Framelits, Linen Thread, Button, Woodgrain Embossing Folder
Paper:  Very Vanilla, Island Indigo, Soft Suede, More Mustard, Orchard Harvest DSP
 
Thanks for stopping by!
SKM



3 comments:

  1. Nice use of product! I haven't fallen in love with the stamp set yet. You're making me a fan!
    ~Anne

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    1. I'm loving the set. Waiting to see what else all the truly creative people out there come up with for it!

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  2. I love this set and almost got it until I saw the YUM set right after this one with matching framlits also and it was more geared to my grapevine and the grape jelly I make every year so went with that one only because of the grapes. I might regret it and have to break down and get this one to go with the other one.. Ha!

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