Monday, July 09, 2007

New Catalog Stuff!!

My expedited order came a day early and it was perfect timing! Why you ask? Because I was scheduled to demonstrate a few cards at Lisa Gentile's downline meeting tonight! Lisa is my sideline and she is a fabulous stamper, demonstrator & person so I was more than thrilled when she asked me to come to her group meeting tonight.

Okay, on to the cards! The first one was a simple monogrammed card. When finishing this card, I realized that all of my smaller alphabet stamps are retired. You could use any alphabet stamp from pages 158-160 for this.

Enough about the old, what's new on this card? Taffeta ribbon for one. This is the Chocolate Taffeta and I think it is divine - a little shiny and very smooth. It also cuts much more nicely than the retired organdy ribbon that would always fray a little.

Also, that scalloped circle is the new Scallop circle punch. The 'l' was punched with the 1 3/8" circle punch and it is a perfect fit! I can't wait to find more images to stick inside this frame.

Finally, I used the old corner rounder punch to make the scalloped border at the bottom. I then traced the scallop with my two-way glue pen and sprinkled some Dazzling Diamonds on top. All in all, I think this is a very simple, yet elegant card.

Tune in tomorrow for another card from my demonstration.

Stamps: Whimsical Alphabet Lower
Ink: Chocolate Chip
Card stock: Whisper White, Chocolate Chip, Regal Rose, Polka Dots & Paisley Designer Paper
Accessories: Pop-up glue dots, Chocolate Taffeta Ribbon, Dazzling Diamonds
Tools: Scallop Circle punch, Retired Corner Rounder Punch, 1 3/8" circle punch, Two-way Glue Pen


Lisa said...

cute card Stef


Melissa said...

SO cute!!

Dana Lea - SU Stamper! said...

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Pat Huntoon said...

I love this card! So clean and pretty : )

Rachel said...

Stef: This is just amazing. Period. I love it love it love it!!! You are so talented and this one gave me the immediate need to CASE. ;-) TFS. Rachel

Carrie Gaskin said...

LOVE THIS! What a great job!