Divas Sketch Challenge #84
Another beautiful RAK!!

Nacho Average Stamp Camp!!

Good morning!!  Here are the projects I promised to share with you!  Each quarter, I hold a stamp camp for my great group of Stampin' Up! demonstrators!  It's always such a blast!!

This first project was a CASE of a project by Robin Messinheimer--it's a tea bag holder!  I thought the saying from "Favorite Thoughts" worked perfectly for this project!!

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We used Pink Flamingo Designer paper for the tea cup, and the inside:

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The second project was a double matchbox treat holder:

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I used the Raspberry Lemonade Designer Paper, along with the Razzle Dazzle Stamp Set.  The sentiment is from It's Your Birthday.  And, colors used were Pumpkin Pie and Rich Razzleberry.  Here's a peek at the inside:

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And, the third project was done with the Big Shot and the Petal Card Die:

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I used the Tall Tales Designer Paper for this one!  The bottom (or inside) of the gift card holder was run through the crimper--this makes it just a bit smaller so that it will fit!  This is an old idea--we used to do this with envelopes, too!  And, the flower was made with the scallop, 1 1/4" and 1" circle punches!!

Here's a better view of the entire thing:

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My next downline camp will be in August!  Would you like to come?  Join my team and you can!!!   If you're far away, and can't come to Albuquerque, I can mail the projects to you!  Click HERE to find out more information about this wonderful job of mine!!  (my password is nachos)

Have a wonderful day!  We're off to the zoo this afternoon!

Fitesiggy

Comments

Elizabeth M. Harris

They're all great, but I just LOVE the petal card gift card holder! What a great idea!

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