Thursday, September 27, 2012

September Stamp Club

Wow, two posts in one day.  When the inertia breaks free, it really goes!  I have many excuses, but procrastination is the best one!  Herman did a great project, we had some good “Perfect Day” exchange cards and we finally got enough sympathy/thinking of you cards to do our swap. 

First up is the inside of Therese’s exchange card.  Totally lost the pic of the outside which showed the little old man’s backside as he peered in a window.  ???  Lots of fussy cutting and coloring.


Ella did some fussy cutting of her own on this pretty tree.


Here’s Jeannie’s fussy cut cardinal with lots of bellies and my lighthouse from one of Therese’s CTMH workshops.

Ex-Jeannie's Ex-Kathy's

Pam used one of my favorite sets for this lady in the boat and Tange made her pink flower with another favorite set and punch.

Ex-Pam's Ex-Tange's

We got five swaps and Tange made this lovely slightly Asian card.


Jeannie made this lacey sympathy card.  Liked the inside sentiment so much, I had to get it in here, too.  Perfect.

Swap-Jeannie'sSwap-Jeannie's insides

On the left is my sympathy card using a retired ribbon lace border.  On the right is Lona’s bright card.  Love the colors and the French BG.

Swap-Kathy's Swap-Lona's

Pam made this delicate sympathy card, colored direct to the rubber with markers.


Herman’s project was this lovely layered card.  Here are two of his samples.  Hoped to have mine finished to show you, but maybe next time. 

Project 2 Project 1

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