Boardwalk Club Stamp Cards

Boardwalk Club Stamp Cards

Tricia Morris

Fifteen cards from a Club Stamp kit might be a record! The Jumbo UM stamp sheet in the Boardwalk collection is full of potential. You'll also need our wonderful White Pigment inkpad for flawless stamping on the Deep Blue papers. 0616ALCM But first . . . click on the link below to download your paper trimming instructions. Boardwalk Club Stamp Instructions Let's take a closer look at the finished cards. (NOTE: I try to limit myself to using basic crafting supplies and the Club Stamp kit, but don't forget to include items from your stash if they coordinate!) CARDS 1 & 2 0616ALCM01 Stamp the lobster onto the kraft tag with Ruby ink and top with jute fiber. 0616ALCM07 CARDS 3-50616ALCM02 Cut around the "seafood" banner with a detail scissors or craft knife. Trim the "See food. Eat food" sentiment and ink edges with Sapphire. Attach the banner to the card panel with foam adhesive, and tuck the sentiment beneath the banner. 0616ALCM05 CARDS 6-90616ALCM03 Once the quad print pieces have been distributed onto the Deep Blue panel, tie the blue/white ribbon along the left edge of the panel. 0616ALCM01 copy Trim a small piece of the blue/white ribbon and tape to the back of the "Life is good" sentiment. 0616ALCM02 copy Wrap the left edge of a Deep Blue panel with light blue ribbon; tuck the knot of the jute fiber on the tag beneath the satin bow. 0616ALCM03 copy CARDS 10-130616ALCM04 There's that adorable stamped lobster! The lobster, crab and fish image is on the stamp sheet as a border. When I want to use a single image but also reconnect the images as a group, I cut them apart at a unique angle. To stamp as a group, simply realign by fitting the angled cuts together on a mounting block. 0616ALCM08 CARDS 14-150616ALCM05 It was a little bit of work, but I love the look of the chairs and umbrella image cut from the Deep Blue panel. Trim with a scissors or craft knife, or a combination thereof. 0616ALCM06 If you haven't tried a Club Stamp kit, this is a terrific month to give it a try. I hope your summer is off to a beautiful start! Tricia 2016-04-13 09.29.33

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