Friday, January 18, 2013

Pennant Parade Stamp Camp Cards



You've been waiting patiently, and here they are...the cards from January's Stamp Camp!  We used the Pennant Parade stamp set and/or the matching builder punch to make these 5 cards.  
This wedding card was everyone's favorite!  Simple, but beautiful.  (See?  Card making doesn't have to be difficult!)  
  • The cute little bride and groom were punched out with the Pennant Builder punch, using the 1" Circle Punch for their heads.


  • The only stamping done on this card is the sentiment at the bottom.  
  • Little hearts made from Silver Glimmer Paper are the perfect finishing touch!  Get a pack of the Silver Glimmer Paper FREE when you host a workshop during Sale-A-Bration (beginning Jan 22)!


I wanted to do something somewhat masculine this time around, since I always find it so difficult to come up with ideas for the men in my life (I'm not sure that they would appreciate sparkles and ribbon as much as I do).  The Pennant Parade stamp set came to the rescue to make this cute little golf flag.


  • Cajun Craze and More Mustard make the flag bright and cheery, but not too feminine.
  • I punched the flag out using the Petite Pennants Builder Punch, then used Stampin' Dimensionals to give it some "pop".
  • A toothpick works perfectly for the flag post!



Another clean and simple birthday card.  This card is CASEd from Melissa Davies.  Click here to visit her blog for more really cute creations!
  • I love the bright color combination of Island Indigo, Lucky Limeade, and Calypso Coral against the Whisper White background!




  • Sassy Salutations is the perfect way to continue the whimsical fun of the ice cream cones.  I have to say this is one of my favorite sets for greetings!


 

This card turned out to be my favorite.  I can't take credit for the cuteness, though-it's another CASE.  I got my inspiration from Krista Fenton at Krista's Stamp Spot.  You can see her original creation here.


  • Is there anything cuter than the little flower and heart buttons?  They really add a sweetness to this baby card.
  • Pennants seem to be everywhere in paper crafting these days.  I added some Baker's Twine on the ends to create a "hanging banner".

For a list of supplies used for any of these cards, please email me at rachael.julson@yahoo.com.

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