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More Convention Make ‘n Take Projects!

Posted by on Jul 24, 2011 in Other

Welcome back!  I got the rest of my Make 'n Takes done this afternoon so it's time for Show 'n Tell.  My first photo is a banner with all the cards and the pennants. 

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And now, for some close ups–the first is a 3×3 card using the Lace Ribbon Border punch, #122362, Raining Flowers stamp set #122765 and It's Your Day stamp set, #123682.  The colors are Island Indigo, Lucky Limeade, Cherry Cobbler and Whisper White. 

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The next card is 3×6 in More Mustard with Island Indigo, Lucky Limeade and Very Vanilla cardstock.  The stamp sets used are Best Friends Forever #122805 and It's Your Day.  I used the Lace Ribbon Border punch again, a Cherry Cobbler button, linen thread and a little Timeless Portrait Designer fabric that was left over from the Card Keeper Box I made yesterday. 

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The next card is made with Lucky Limeade and Whisper White cardstock.  Raining Flowers and It's Your Day stamps sets and Lucky Limeade, Cherry Cobbler and More Mustard Classic Ink.  Accessories include Island Indigo 3/8" Ruffled Ribbon #122974, 1/8" Old Olive Taffeta Ribbon, Basic Pearls, dimensionals  and two staples. 

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Next is a pinwheel made with a square piece of Timeless Portrait DSP and a flower in the center that I made with two medallions from the Perfect Pennants Bigz L Die #123126 and 6 petals punched with the Blossem Petals Punch #121808 with an antique brad in the center. 

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In addition, I also stamped and decorated 3 pennants–as per the instruction sheets that we got at convention. 

This year we got more Make 'n Takes than any other year–Stampin' Up just seems to be getting better and better.  The techniques used are flexible for wither card making or for scrapbooking.  All the supplies were included and stamp sets were included.  I'm so pleased with these projects and am looking forward to sharing these in my workshops and classes. 

Thanks for stopping by!  I'll be back tomorrow!      

 

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