Friday, November 2, 2012

Fall Stamp Camp Grateful Banner

To make the flowers layer and crumple the paper
The top of the pumpkin is the bottom of the leaf from the flower builder punch, just cut it off and glue behind the pumpkin.
Hopefully it's self explanatory!  Project by Nena Mitchell

(sorry photo's are sideways, they will not stay the right way!) 

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Fall Stamp Camp Christmas Canvas

This was a fun project featuring the ornament on the front of the Holiday Mini Catalog.  It uses our NEW Core'dinations Card Stock in Early Espresso, embossed with the NEW Wood Grain Textured Impression Folder.  And our NEW Champagne Glimmer Paper! It also uses our beautiful Stampin' Up! Material!  This pattern of material is available on the Clearance Rack for only .99 while supplies last!  As well as the die for the Big Shot with the saying, "Peace & Joy & Love & Cheer" also found on the clearance rack right now.  The 12 x 12 painters canvas was created to use space to include a family picture, or to omit the picture and center the ornament in the middle of the canvas hanging with more hemp.  The choice is yours!  Here is the finished project by Tami Melancon.
The red and white material is just hot glued to the back of the canvas.  Material will differ in each kit.
To build the ornament you will need 15 large green ornaments and 15 smaller red ornaments.
Score and fold each ornament in half (top to bottom).
Adhere 3 ornaments together, making sure to leave a flat bottom (do not adhere the last sides).
This will give you 5 - 3 dimensional ornaments to work with in each color.
Using a glue gun...I recommend low temp  :)  Start building the ornament!
In your kit you received 3 circles.  Lay each out.  The largest is for the green ornaments, middle size for the red ornaments, and the smallest is for the rosette.
Start gluing the ornaments to the circles as shown in the pictures below.

In between each green ornament grab your tulle in the center and glue onto circle as well.
The small rectangular piece of card stock is used to build the center up.

Now do the same for the red ornaments.
Glue ends of rosette together and adhere to smallest circle. 
Add hemp to button and glue to center of rosette.

Now start building the ornament by laying each piece on top of the other using your glue gun.

Here is the finished rosette!
...minus the hemp in this one  :)

You can also visit my Stampin' Up! website at

Check out my Fall Canvas here.

Monday, October 29, 2012

Fall Stamp Camp Halloween Framed Art

This kit is pretty much ready to assemble.  A couple tips 1)  Each frame has a 3D element that is to be attached to the outside of the glass. Top Left has a Rhinestone on the bat and 2 on the "H" in Happy; Top right has the banner; bottom left has the lollies (you can't see in pic, but their is a googlie eye on the 1/2 lollie in the corner); and the bottom right has the "Trick or Treat" banner w/ button.  2)  The center square with the saying "Witches, Goblins, Ghosts oh my" is stamped on clear window sheet and is to be adhered to the back once all items have been inserted and the frame backing is put back into place.  We used glue dots, which seem to hold very well.  Don't forget to add your own photos!  We'd love to see your finished project so comment with a link to your photo. :)

Project by Jen Nebeker

2012 Fall Stamp Camp TREATS

We had a great time this year at our Fall Stamp Camp!  Here are the directions and pictures of our Treat holder projects by Debbie Carlson

Kraft Christmas Box

Assemble box and close the lid.  Tie cobbler tulle ribbon around the box and make a pretty bow.  Adhere the rosette (some call it a lolly) to the top of the bow with glue dots.  Glue snowflake on top of rosette.  Attach the Christmas sentiment on top of the snowflake.

 Treat Bag

Fold all score lines on the bag.  Attach the side first and then fold in the bottom and glue closed.  Punch hole at top of the bag on the front and back side.  Thread  the ribbon through the tag and also through the bag.  Tie a bow at the top. 

Sunday, October 7, 2012

Mary Lynn's Stamp Club Challenge

Hi, this is Mary Lynn, and I have started a Stamp Club Challenge for each month this session of my clubs. I have been holding clubs for 5 years now, and we typically do a Scrapbook Double-Page Spread and a Card to go with the season each month. In August, we learned a new technique for making cards called "triple stamping". I received this beautiful card as a swap at Convention in July, and I couldn't wait to teach my clubs this awesome technique! This swap was made by Barbara Lash, and I love it -- thanks Barbara!
    Well, many in my clubs went crazy with this technique, and I love what they came up with. I'll be sharing their challenge cards each month, and I hope you enjoy them :)

  These two cards were done by Sharon B. It's hard to see, but they have Dazzling Details and other sparkly stuff all over them. Beautiful!

These two cards were made by Teri W.  I love the fall colors, and the whole class went gaga for her Halloween card and matching it!

 These 4 cards were made by Lisa C. I should have taken a side shot of her blingy daisy card because this picture does NOT do justice to how sparkly it really is. And I loved seeing our retired sets come out and get used again! Great job Lisa!

  These 2 cards we made by Lisa's daughter Emma. She is a newby to our club, but rocked her cards!! I am way impressed by her challenge cards.

  These cards are by Christine L. She was a little worried about her words going onto differend layers, but I really like it! Love the variety we got from this challenge!
  This card is by Angelica D. I loved her colors! Wouldn't have been colors that I would have put together for Christmas, but I really liked how it turned out.
  This card is by Angelica's daughter Veronica. Our little girls did such a great job! I'm glad they participated :)

  This is the card we made for club. I totally fell in love with triple stamping, and used it for a swap I made in September for a get-together in St. George, Utah...I'll post that and the swaps I got in return soon. Anyway, I love the look, and the way you can use ANY stamp set for this technique, as my club gals have shown. Thanks girls!!!