Thursday, October 29, 2009

Christmas Stamp-A-Stack (SAS) Projects

Last weekend I hosted a Christmas SAS, and with some special Stampin' Friends, we stamped up a storm! It's not only the end result (the cards) that I love about stamping workshops, it's the giggles we girlies have, and of course the copious amounts of biscuits, lollies and chocolate consumed :)

We made 12 cards, 4 each of the 3 designs shown.

Tree Trimmings and Many Merry Messages stamps, Ski Slope designer series paper (hereafter called DSP), old olive 5/8" ribbon, old olive, real red and basic black classic inks.

Snow Swirled stamps, gloss white card stock, pretty in pink, c/stock, ribbon & ink, pink passion c/stock and ink. This card uses the emboss resist technique, pretty clever huh!

Holiday Lineup and Wonderful Words stamps, real red c/stock and ribbon, wild wasabi (retired) c/stock, stamp & write markers, tag punches, white embossing powder and crystal effects for Rudolph's nose. This card uses the spotlight technique, which involves punching out only a portion of the image (which saved us colouring in ALL those cranky reindeer!)

Thanks for looking, and enjoy creating all your own Christmas cards this year!

1 comment:

Keesh said...

These are all gorgeous Lee, and perfect for a stamp a stack! Love the pink tree, and that holiday line up always makes me smile! Hope it was a great day! Keesh x