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Wednesday Stamp Club – Let's Play Dress Up

Morning everyone, it’s Joanne and I’ve hijacked Kim’s blog today because she’s on an anniversary celebration with Martin!! So, I’m covering for today’s Wednesday Stamp Club! By the way, today is a double post day, be sure to see the Digital Delights Group Post HERE

0Are you ready for this week’s Wednesday Stamp Club challenge? This week….Let’s Play Dress Up! Create a card or project featuring someone dressing up. Think dressed up for Halloween, dressed up for a night on the town, or just playing dress up.

This week’s challenge was just the right excuse for me to finally execute on a card that I’ve had on my brain for a week or so. I combined my “need” to create a Pure Innocence Honey Bee valentine with this week’s Wednesday Stamp Club Challenge and Mercy’s fabulous sketch this week. (Don’t you love when all your crafting musts come together?!)

If you need a little more inspiration for the challenge, I hope you’ll stop by to visit our talented team members to see how they’ve interpreted the challenge -

Amy

Carole

Cindy

Dawn

Jessie

Julie

Megan

Melody

Wendy

Most importantly, we really do hope that you’ll play along with us this week! Don’t forget that one participant, selected at random will win a $15 gift voucher to the MFT Boutique!! Be sure to add a direct link to your project using the inlinkz system below and be upload to the Splitcoast Galleries using the keyword MFTWSC092910.

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Wednesday Stamp Club – 9.22.10

Hope you all had a chance to hop along with last night’s Who’s That Girl VIP Hop – don’t forget it is a one day only offering, so be sure to grab yours here!

This week’s challenge titled Make a Scene! Create a scene with your stamps and Die-namics, or use a stamp that shows a scene (like Who’s That Girl… this month’s VIP Kit is a great example…)

Since I’m preparing for a show and a series of classes and make and take’s this week, I’m sharing Joanne’s sample from last night’s Hop.  I know that the Challenge Team also has been hard at work preparing amazing eye candy for you for this week as well.

Be sure to visit each of them to see how they like to Make a Scene!

Amy

Cammie

Carole

Dawn

Julie

Wendy

Now here’s the fun part! We all hope that you’ll play along with us this week and create a scene of your own for a chance to win a $15 gift voucher to the MFT Boutique?!  Be sure to add a direct link to your project using the inlinkz system below and be sure to upload to the Splitcoast Galleries using the keyword MFTWSC092210

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WSC – Super Star! (09.15.2010)

Happy Wednesday! And happy Wednesday Stamp Club! I am here bringing you this weeks WSC Challenge, to create a project featuring a super star, or use stars in your project. Since I have been a bit under the weather this week, stamping has taken a back seat, but there is a TON of inspiration from our WSC Challenge Team Crew to spoil you rotten!

You can check out all of their amazing work here:
Amy
Cammie
Carole
Dawn
Julie
Wendy

And now who’s up for a sweet special?  ME!!!  Wed & Thurs only, save a ginormous 25% on ALL in stock Emma & Wyatt sets.  Seriously, 25%!  But it’s only for the next two days, so snap them up!
*Add your selected sets to your cart


*During the checkout process enter the code EM&WY in the Use Coupon/Promo Codes area and click “Redeem”.   The 25% savings will be deducted from EACH Emma & Wyatt set in your cart!

Have a wonderful Wednesday!

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WSC – Back to School Blues (09.08.2010)

Happy Wednesday all!  We have SO much fun in store today!  First up, it’s our WSC Challenge time, and this week we are all suffering from the Back to School Blues, right?  I can HARDLY stop myself from laughing.  I am thankful beyond belief to have a few quiet hours during the day, how about you?  Deep cleansing breath…

The challenge this week is to create something for a Back to School (preferably) that uses the color blue (mandatory).  Since I had a birthday card to create for an upcoming party, I chose to use Best Friends Always Jolinne and my Flower & Leaf Trio Die-namics.

And since I chose a Jolinne set, AND the Greatest Hits post that goes live tomorrow features Jolinne, well, how about a little Jolinne savings!  How about a LOT of Jolinne savings?  Enter code JOLINNE at checkout today and tomorrow only and receive $5 off ANY Jolinne set!

*Your Jolinne set must be added to your cart

*You must enter the code JOLINNE in the coupon/promo code box to receive the discount

*Retail orders only, valid on September 8th and 9th (2010) only

Need another reason to pick up any of our new releases you may have forgotten?  ALL orders over $25 TODAY ONLY will ALSO receive a freebie set in their order!  Mention FREEBIE in the comments section and we’ll add it in.

And all of this is on top of our already amazing Triple Scoop and Cherry on Top offers!

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WSC – Floral Fantasy (08.25.2010)

Happy Wednesday! And happy Wednesday Stamp Club!

This week we are having a Floral Fantasy, and I invite ALL of you to play along! Ready to see my creation? Before you go crazy admiring my design, I need to let you know it isn’t actually mine, but is a CASE from this beauty from Barbara.

I LOVE it tho! So clean and simple, so lovely and QUICK!

I used How Does Your Garden Grow stamp set, Jumbo Ric Rac (& a new Die-namics releasing Sept 1st) Die-namics and Glittered Garnishes to complete my project.

And since we are on a roll, I am unbelievable proud and excited to announce 4 new Challenge Team Members!!!!!!! Welcome to:

Carole Burrage

Carolyn King (aka Cammie Camster)

Amy Rohl

Leigh O’Brien

Can you believe it?????? These four amazing Ladies (a term which I’ll use loosely) are joining an already fab 3:

Alex Maldonado

Dawn Easton

Wendy Bond

Now if THAT doesn’t give you a reason to stamp on Wednesday’s I don’t know WHAT will!

Speaking of things to make you want to stamp…

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Please read and follow these instructions exactly:

  • Add your selections to your cart, INCLUDING your MINI set choice (your cart must total OVER $49).
  • Then at checkout enter code GETAMINI and your order total will be discounted by $9 like magic!
  • You MUST enter code GETAMINI to enjoy the savings.
  • Savings valid Wednesday, August 25th ONLY. Retail customers only.


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WSC Time to hit the books! (08.18.2010)

Happy Wednesday everyone!  I trust you’ve enjoyed the Well Read WTG Hop, and grabbed your new a la modes and VIP collection, and now are ready to STAMP!

With most schools either having started or starting VERY soon, it’s time to HIT THE BOOKS!  So that is this weeks Wednesday Stamp Club challenge.

I elected to create a bookmark for Emma.  Her “homework” this year is to read for 30 minutes each night, and so I thought a big bookmark would be the perfect gift!  I used the Wendy Upper Case Alpha from the VIP Kit, along with Framed Greetings, Flower Trio and the Jumbo Ric Rac Die-namics dies to complete this project.

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WSC – Cupcakes anyone?

I’m so happy to have made some time to actually STAMP this week!  Mind you, I’m apparently a bit rusty, but eh, that’s what happens….  This week on WSC we are all about the cupcakes!

I decided to ink up Birthday Girl a la mode and using Barbara’s Cupcake Card Template (and my Cricut, which I {heart} since it does all the cutting for me!) I created a cupcake birthday card.

First up, I cut out the cupcake file on Hot Fudge card stock, and then the frosting file in Pink Lemonade and the Brown Gingham DIGI paper pack.  I decided I needed a felt cherry on top, so I created one using the Die-namics Sunshine Die and Banana Split Felt.  I cut out the inner circle of the die and then hand cut a stem.

Then I CRAZY struggled with how to fit my image on the outside of the card, and then got impatient, gave up and put her on the inside instead!

I repeated the pattern of the Gingham DIGI paper pack on the inside, this time trimmed out with our Jumbo Ric Rac Die-namics.

Super simple and super sweet!  Just the way I like ‘em…

If you’d like to see what the rest of the gang has come up with, you can check them out here:

Alex

Dawn

Julie

Wendy

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WSC – A Trio of Ribbons (06.30.2010)

Happy Wednesday!  This weeks challenge was truly a challenge for me, and I even had to call in reinforcements for how to work it in!  We are creating a project using 3 different types of ribbons.

I decided to make a 3 x 3″ Treat Box featuring Bunch of Bots and the Robot DIGI Papers.

I cut a 2.875″ x 2.875″ piece of paper and then using a glue dot placed 4 pieces of chocolate on the sheet and slipped it inside the 3″ x 3″ box.  I then used a frame (hint…hint…) to stamp one of the Robots in the set and then used a rectangle punch to remove a small area so I could then add a small strip of paper that I stamped one of the sentiments from the set onto and then placed it in the opening so it appears that it is “feeding” out from the opening.  The idea isn’t original to me, but i still {heart} it!  Boy it’s the little things that makes a crafter happy, huh?

I added some additional embellishments like Baby Braddies and of course the three ribbons needed for this weeks Wednesday Stamp Club!

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WSC – Creating with Cork or Felt & a Tutorial

Happy Wednesday!  For this weeks Wednesday Stamp Club we are creating with cork and/or felt.  Here’s my project using cork as a main panel instead of just an element.  I also used several Die-namics dies…can you tell how many? It’s kind of a trick question… :P

I stamped a tree from Grow Love onto a Sweet Tooth panel cut with a nestie and also onto a scrap of patterned paper.

I have only recently begun to color using Sweet Tooth and Copics, and the verdict is YIPPEE.  I LOVE it!  It has a bit more tooth than Perfect Paper Panels, which is nice sometimes, and there are many of you who prefer a bit more texture since you’re used to coloring on that type of cardstock.

I must admit I was shocked at first that I liked it so much, and then extremely pleased since it blends so nicely and is also so affordable!  And thirdly, it’s available in 8.5 x 11″ packs. Talk about a paper tri-fecta!

I used the Jumbo Ric Rac Die-namics to cut out a trim piece and then I used the Grosgrain Texture Board to make it match the ribbon texture.

See how deep that impression is?  You have to try the the super thin pad in Embossing Pad Pack.  Seriously.

I then stitched some grosgrain ribbon in a wonky pattern across my Ric Rac shape.

Here’s a close up of the finished tree after coloring, paper piecing and adding a few Glittered Garnishes for good measure.

I wanted to add some dimension under the tree, so once it was colored, including an actual ground for the tree trunk, I cut a Fresh Cut Grass strip and doubled it up so it would appear like a fun grass clump.

Here’s the backside so you can see how I layered it.

Here’s how I created the custom Pearl Flourish.  I happened to have a stencil with several flourish patterns that I laid on top of my cork panel and using a white gel pen, I added dots through the holes so I would know where to place my pearls. If I hadn’t had a stencil, I could have created a pattern with a pencil on white copy paper, or printed one, and then using a paper piercer I could have created the same thing, so a fancy stencil is NOT necessary.

I chose to add pearls but any crystal will also work.  This is definitely a time when the fancy hotfix applicator comes in HANDY!

Once my pattern was down on my cork, I played around with sizes to see what would work best for the flourish I was creating.

Then I put them into place, and viola!  SO stinkin’ cute!  Here’s another trick question… isn’t that the cutest and most perfect little rolled flower?

And here’s another pic of the completed card.

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WSC – Creating with Cork or Felt & a Tutorial

Happy Wednesday!  For this weeks Wednesday Stamp Club we are creating with cork and/or felt.  Here’s my project using cork as a main panel instead of just an element.  I also used several Die-namics dies…can you tell how many? It’s kind of a trick question… :P

I stamped a tree from Grow Love onto a Sweet Tooth panel cut with a nestie and also onto a scrap of patterned paper.

I have only recently begun to color using Sweet Tooth and Copics, and the verdict is YIPPEE.  I LOVE it!  It has a bit more tooth than Perfect Paper Panels, which is nice sometimes, and there are many of you who prefer a bit more texture since you’re used to coloring on that type of cardstock.

I must admit I was shocked at first that I liked it so much, and then extremely pleased since it blends so nicely and is also so affordable!  And thirdly, it’s available in 8.5 x 11″ packs. Talk about a paper tri-fecta!

I used the Jumbo Ric Rac Die-namics to cut out a trim piece and then I used the Grosgrain Texture Board to make it match the ribbon texture.

See how deep that impression is?  You have to try the the super thin pad in Embossing Pad Pack.  Seriously.

I then stitched some grosgrain ribbon in a wonky pattern across my Ric Rac shape.

Here’s a close up of the finished tree after coloring, paper piecing and adding a few Glittered Garnishes for good measure.

I wanted to add some dimension under the tree, so once it was colored, including an actual ground for the tree trunk, I cut a Fresh Cut Grass strip and doubled it up so it would appear like a fun grass clump.

Here’s the backside so you can see how I layered it.

Here’s how I created the custom Pearl Flourish.  I happened to have a stencil with several flourish patterns that I laid on top of my cork panel and using a white gel pen, I added dots through the holes so I would know where to place my pearls. If I hadn’t had a stencil, I could have created a pattern with a pencil on white copy paper, or printed one, and then using a paper piercer I could have created the same thing, so a fancy stencil is NOT necessary.

I chose to add pearls but any crystal will also work.  This is definitely a time when the fancy hotfix applicator comes in HANDY!

Once my pattern was down on my cork, I played around with sizes to see what would work best for the flourish I was creating.

Then I put them into place, and viola!  SO stinkin’ cute!  Here’s another trick question… isn’t that the cutest and most perfect little rolled flower?

And here’s another pic of the completed card.

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