3/18 Part 2 of Demo Meeting Swap Cards


Val runs a Day Care in her home and she chose to make some sweet charms to give to her little ones when they lose a tooth . . . which actually happens pretty often! Wouldn't these be darling on a scrapbook page to commemorate the occasion?


Dawn made this pretty card with Mother's day in mind. I love the way she used the Build a Brad in the center of her punched embellishment. It's just to easy to accessorize your cards with Stampin' Up!


Chris made this sweet windmill card. In all my years of loving Stampin' Up!, I don't think I've ever made a card like this . . . I'll have to find out how soon . . . what a great way to use up scraps!


Babies happen year around which makes this card a handy one to have on hand!  Mary even added a little Crystal Effects to the heart on the stroller for an extra touch of hand-crafted sweetness!


Judy put some love into this card as she carefully sponged each and every heart with a bit of Whisper White to make her 4-leaf clovers. The craft ink adds such a delicate touch to card. I also really like the way she put the scallop edging at the top to balance out the heavier sentiment on the bottom.


I wish I could show this card to you in real life as it is so much more impressive! Sue used a brayer wrapped with rubber bands which she inked up with Versa Mark and rolled over Glossy White paper. After doing this every which way, she embossed it in Gold and then sponged ink color through out. What an eye catching technique!


This is another one that shimmers and shines in real life . . . but I couldn't get my camera to do it justice! The entire flower is covered in dazzling diamonds! Cindy really put on the shine . . . as well as using ribbon and a basic rhinestone.


I know you've seen this card before just a few posts down, but I had to share it again as it was my swap card. I picked 1/4" Early Espresso Taffeta Ribbon and a brad from the Neutrals pack to meet the challenge. You can see that even one brad and a strip of ribbon can make a card just that much more eye-catching!

Thanks so much for dropping by Stamping to Share! I hope you enjoyed the creations as much as we enjoyed swapping them!

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