Saturday, October 20, 2012

10/20 Demo Meeting Big Shot Swaps & Projects Part Two

 
This is part two of our Stamping to Share Monthly Demo Meeting Wrap Up. As I mentioned yesterday, our swap theme was to use the Big Shot on our cards and projects. I hope something you see inspires you to get creative and stamp and share!!
 
Before I get too far along into this post . . . I want to tell you that SU added a bunch of great stuff to our Clearance Rack!! You can check it out by clicking on the clearance rack picture my right side bar. Lots of goodies!!! VERY good prices!!
 

Katherine Narog used the Scallop Squares Duo Die on her card . . . so sharp and clean looking! I want to case this card for my card buffet . . . look for it in November! She used the stamp set called Jolly Bingo Bits and the sentiment is from Greetings of the Season.


Cathy Hobbs used the stamp set My Friend and then cut out that big wonderful "hello" with our Labels Framelit Dies. A great clean and simple card for the beginning stamper. It's hard to tell in the picture, but she also embossed the background panels with the Fancy Fan embossing folder.


Grace Balfanz did some layering with the Labels Framelit die and the Autumn Accents die. She used a variety of embossing folders to texturize the leaves. Her stamped leaf is from the set called Gently Falling and the sentiment is from Perfectly Preserved. I really like the sponging she did to add extra depth to the card.


Barb Manship is our sponging queen! The snowflakes are embossed onto vellum and then sponged and colored from the back to give them extra accents. Her computer generated sentiment is cut out with one of the Apothecary Framelits.


Chris Glebus made this very cute Gingerbread Boy card. He's stamped with Scentsational Season and cut out with one of the Holiday Collection Framelits. I really love all the embossing on this card, too. She used the new embossing folder called Lacy Brocade. The sentiment is from More Merry Messages.


Cindy LeMire got VERY CREATIVE with this awesome card! She used the Labels Framelits collection to make a pumpkin!! I love the smooshed and sponged background, too, that she created over glossy white paper. The spider is from Googly Ghouls and the sentiment is from Teeny Tiny wishes.


Cindy Standal used the Chevron embossing folder . . . a very many folder and paired it with an image from Need for Speed. The sentiment is a hostess set called Wacky Wishes. The pattered paper is from the pack called Comfort Cafe.


Dorene Bye shared this LOVELY jar topper at our meeting and I was sooo impressed that my customers will be recreating the topper at my next Big Shot Class!! It's really a wowzer!! I just love the way those Holiday Ornament Framelit Dies can be used year around to create beautiful jar toppers. Just vary your paper for the season at hand!


Here is a view from the top down. She used DSP from Orchard Harvest. Wouldn't it be lovely to gift this to your Thanksgiving hostess on Thanksgiving Day? (and if YOU are the hostess . . . you could certainly gift yourself for all that hard work!)

Stay tuned for Part Three of Demo Meeting Fun coming your way tomorrow!!

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1 comment:

voyager said...

The projects are great! I especially love the jar topper that Dorene Bye made. Would u be interested in making a video on how to construct the topper? Or would Dorene be willing to share the directions? Thanks for showing all the lovely creations!