Here's my card:
and the sketch that inspired it:
and my card:
supplies (all SU!): Cardstock (Kraft, Confetti Natural, Pacific Point), DSP (I think from Holiday Treasures), Stamps (Cute & Curly, Embrace Life, Sanded), Inks (Chocolate Chip, Kiwi Kiss, Garden Green, Sahara Sand)
supplies for flower pot card (all SU!): stamps (All Holiday, Great Friend); cardstock (Kraft, Pink Pirouette, Very Vanilla, Close to Cocoa, Pumpkin Pie); Designer Series Paper (Chocolate Chip patterns, Regal Rose Patterns); Big Shot (Flower Layers, Simple Flower Embosslit); Ink (Chocolate Chip); Sanding Block; Punches (Scallop Border, 5 Petal Flower, Tag Corner); So Saffron Ribbon, Linen Thread
supplies for note cards (all SU!): Scallop Notecards, Stamps (Great Friend, Very Versatile); Designer Series paper (Candy Lane); Inks (Chocolate Chip, Pink Pirouette, Kiwi Kiss)
supplies for Top Note Purse (all SU!): Big Shot (Top Note die, Manhatten Flower embossing folder, Scallop Circle Die); Cardstock: Baja Breeze, Pink Pirouette); Ink (Baja Breeze); Designer Series Paper (Urban Garden); Chocolate Chip Corduroy Buttons; Pretties flower (dyed with Baja Breeze ink); Pewter Jumbo Eyelets, Baja Breeze striped 5/8" grosgrain ribbon
This one uses Fifth Avenue Floral (my favourite set right now). We stamped the lily on Glittery White cardstock (so pretty in person), watercoloured it with an Aquapainter and Pink Pirouette ink, then cut it out and popped it up on another Glittery White panel. On this one, I stamped and watercoloured another lily, but in the class, we just stamped the stem and sentiment on the bottom panel, and I liked it better. Of course I had to use my favourite punch (Scallop Border) to finish it off!
And my favourite (I think... there are a lot of good ones) from the Occasions Mini: Very Versatile. I love that you get four outside sentiments, four inside sentiments and an image in this set. A lot of the sentiment sets are words only, and somehow they just aren't as fun without an image! I inked the flower with So Saffron and Rose Red, and stamped four times, turning 90 degrees each time. I saw this card layout at Regionals last month (I wasn't lucky enough to swap for the card, so I'm not sure who created it). I cut the Top Note die and put the smaller panel (stamped randomly and repeatedly with the inside sentiment) on the inside of the card. Add a butterfly cut with my Big Shot, and you get my favourite card from the class!
It's my week to post on the My Scrap Shoppe blog, and I'm sharing some ideas for including stamping on your layouts... if you're interested, you can see my postsby clicking here...
If you create something, I'd love to see it... link me up in the comments!