Monday, February 22, 2010

Stamp Club

Every month we have a Stampin' Up Demonstrator show us some new techniques and fun paper crafts. They bring all the supplies and you leave after a couple hours with some really cute projects. I have loved doing this and look forward to it each month. Partly because of the cute projects and partly because of the great friends. I will miss my Auerbach stamping buddies very very much when we move next month!

I haven't scrapbooked the whole 3 years we've lived here. It has been really nice to still be creative and get my scraping "fix" filled without having to drag all my own supplies out.

Here are some of the projects we have made over the last couple years. Some were demonstrated by Cori Morris and some by Leah Russel. Both of them are good friends and Stampin' Up Demonstrators.

This is a regular white envelope. It was stamped on then cut in the middle. Stuffed with some candy and then one section is stuffed into the other. Very easy and cute idea for a gift.

This is a pill box made with the Big Shot machine. Very cute but a little small.

I love these trees! So cute.

This is one of my favorite cards. The first one is what we made at stamp club and then I copied it in a different color scheme. We made it using a bleach technique that is cool. The quote on the card is one of my all time favorites now.

This is a cool technique where you stamp something twice and then layer it to match up.


  1. Natalie! I love it- I just wish I were this ambitious. I'm sad to see you go in the next little while but at least I can still see all of the cute creations you come up with (some of which I might case down the road, just a fair warning;-).

  2. I love what you are doing and look forward to you showing me. Also, the thing you will want to look into for future scrap booking is digital scrap booking. It is amazing and so inexpensive. I get most of my kits free and you can reuse them and reuse them. I do my past pictures that I have printed the paper way and the new pictures with digital. There is so much we can learn from each other and I'm so looking forward to it.

    Love to all, Auntie P