Your stamping performances will be fun and creative with the Night at the Met Club Stamp
Download and follow the paper trimming and scoring instructions, and review the images and notes below to assemble a dozen cards and an adorable tray with a sleeve perfect for gift giving.
A Night at the Met Club Stamp Instructions
A Night at the Met Club Stamp Cards
Nest the stamped sentiment onto a silver mat, round the upper left and lower right corners with a Corner Chomper on the 1/2" setting, tie with ribbon, and layer onto the card with foam adhesive. Finish with a pearl accent
included in the kit are perfect for card making with their low profile and pliability. They're some of my favorite styles!
If you happen to have a musically themed embossing folder, use it to add texture to the 4x5.25" panels cut from the quad print. Be sure to stamp the ballerina image prior to embossing.
Rub Ash ink
directly onto the raised surface of the embossed panel. Glue a silver grand piano charm
to the lower right corner of the sentiment.
Glue pearl accents
to the "loopies" on the unique font selected for this collection. For best results, use CS® Bookbinding Glue
with a needle tipped applicator
Trim a 2" length of ribbon, fold in half, and staple to the upper left corner of the stamped panel. (I prefer mini #10 staples
sentiments and images onto black panels with Club Scrap's wonderfully opaque white pigment ink
. Allow the ink to dry for a few moments before working with the panel.
After trimming and scoring the Pink Prints
, form into the box and tray. The 11" sheet wasn't quite large enough to wrap around the entire tray. To solve this, use the plain side of a 1x6" pink scrap to complete the sleeve while adding a decorative element.
Adhere a spare stamped sentiment to the bottom of the tray.
Load the tray with a set of six cards and envelopes. (A quick gift idea to rescue the holiday!)
If you're not a Club Stamp member, it's not too late to join us
and receive this beautiful collection