Brie creative with the Say Cheese Page Kit and Stamps.

Brie creative with the Say Cheese Page Kit and Stamps.

Lisa Dolezal Lisa Dolezal

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These stamps bring me so much joy! I can't stop myself from giggling every time I read them. I recently made a batch of 15 of cards using the Say Cheese Page kit, stamps, and a couple of Club Scrap card making formulas.

Say Cheese Stamped Cards

Deluxe Card Formula 15

Deluxe Card Formula 15 makes eight cards from six sheets of 12x12 paper. I selected the following papers from the Page Kit: Yellow Print, along with Blue, Ivory, Light Yellow, Dark Yellow, Rust, and Orange Plains.

Card 1-2

For the left card, stamp and fussy cut the cheese cube image, adhere to card using foam adhesive for dimension. Use a mask to stamp only the "That's what cheese said" portion of the sentiment.

For the card on the right, eliminate the four smaller squares to fit the larger "Always fresh greetings" stamp. Stamp the cheese wedge onto a separate piece of paper and fussy cut, adhering it to center of the sentiment.

Card 3-4

Vertical card: Emboss the background panel with a Cuttlebug embossing folder. Add white Nuvo Drops accents. Horizontal card: Add washi circles to card base to create a background design. Emboss the yellow horizontal strip below the sentiment panel. Add ribbon.

Say Cheese Stamped Card by LisaD

Card 5-6
Left card: Stamp Cheesy-going sentiment onto blue panel; heat emboss using white EP. Stamp cheese onto yellow card stock and fussy cut to fit open space. Right card: Stamp "Cheese said" sentiment onto panel, use stamp positioning tool to add "Thinking of you". Accent panel using tiny gold Dazzles stickers.

Card 7-8
Left card: Stamp cheese wedge and "Brie Strong" onto center panel. Lightly color the cheese image using colored pencils. Create "splatter" using a waterbrush dipped into yellow Gelatos. On the right, create interest by randomly stamping different cheese images onto the horizontal ivory panel; ink edges. Embellish with tiny gold Dazzles stickers.

Card Making Idea Deck 1 - 6 of Spades

This chose this formula because of the July monthly card sketch challenge on the Club Scrap Chat group. I followed the cutting instructions to trim one each of Dark Yellow, Blue, and Rust plains. During assembly, I did not follow the sketch, but instead got creative with arrangement of the trimmed pieces.

Card 9-10

Left card: Pair circle stencil (now extinct Twin Tags Stencil) with Mahogany ink to create background on the rust card base. Stamp and fussy cut the cheese cube image. Accent with yellow Nuvo Drops. Right card: Use a waterbrush to splatter white acrylic paint onto yellow card base. Add cutapart artwork trimmed to a banner shape. (I also added gold sequins from my stash.)

Card 11-12

The card on the right features a fussy cut brie round and wedge from the Page Kit Cutaparts.

Card 13-14

The card on the left was decorated with scraps die cut with banner shaped dies. Add baker's twine and Cutapart. (Gold sequins are from my stash.) On the right - Easiest card EVER! Simply add Cutapart artwork and ribbon.

Card 15

The slimline card below features more die cut banner shapes embossed with a Cuttlebug embossing folder. Trim the Page Kit Cutapart title strips to fit the width of the card. (Inside: "But there is gouda in every day.")

Want to try making cards from a Page Kit? Visit the shop to browse the entire collection of Card Making Formulas currently available for immediate download.

I hope you love these cheesy cards as much as I do and that they inspire you to make cards of your own!


Deluxe Card Formula 15

Deluxe Card Formula 15


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