Sunday, October 4, 2009

Play day Cards

Well I went to Brenda's SU playday yesterday and I mean to tell you Brenda outdid herself. She is such a funny lady she cracks herself up all the time. Anyway she's wonderful and these are the some of the best projects she's done.........NOT...every month she amazes all of us. The first project was the so simple the Halloween treats. We used SU Orange, black and white cs, first we punched one scalloped orange circle, then a smaller circle in black and lastly we stamped our image (SU Batty for you) then punched out the white circle. We glued all together and then glued the finished project on a York peppermint patty, love the bug eyes.
Our second project is beautiful I apologize for the blurry picture. We used the new in color paper Razzleberry then we took the DSP Bride paper and brayered on Razzleberry ink because of the raised embossed paper the brayer gets the background and wow its beautiful. Then we took a small piece of white cs and stamped using the 'Friends 24-7' medallion. Just imagine the possibilities of this using the white Bride's paper and any color ink. It's so beautiful I love it.
Our third project was quick and I finally after 3 years learned how to use my 'Thing a ma jig', think I'll stick to my fine eye skills. Anyway we used SU real red cs and the Christmas DSP then we stamped the strings of the ornaments on white card stock with SU' Tree Trimmings'. The third ornament was stamped on a small piece of paper and hand cut out then we used pop dots to raise the ornament. Then we used the SU set 'Four the Holidays' greeting. Quick and really easy.
The last card is something I have always wanted to know how to do and never took the time to learn but Brenda showed all of us this beautiful card. This is a great man's card and you could use it for anything. Thinking of you, Just for you, With Sympathy, Birthday or Get Well. Oh I suppose you want me to tell you how to do this huh? We used SU Really Rust CS, Chocolate Chip and White Glossy CS. With the Glossy paper you punch out a 1 1/2" circle and using temporary tape put it down on the cs where you want your moon. Then brayer (I forgot the color ink) on the card, after you have it looking like you want, stamp the the willows and the pheasant in SU Chocolate Chip. Then you sponge on the SU Really rust to your liking add a salutation and your done. I look forward to Brenda's play days unfortunately in the 18 months I've been going I've made it to her house maybe 6 times. Brenda is multi talented and such a crazy lady. As little as I know about her she is a wonderful Christian lady who has a wonderful family and loves her life. If anyone needs Stampin UP! products in the Chattanooga area contact Brenda Holder you won't be disappointed.

God Bless.




4 comments:

Sandy said...

Wow, Looks like you had some fun! I LOVE the look and colors used on the Christmas card! Very pretty and I love that the one bulb is popped up.

Fabulous job on all the cards and project!

Becky in East Tennessee said...

These are absolutely awesome! Gorgeous work and I am SOOO glad you got out for a bit!

Kimmiek said...

These ar eall adorable andit sounds like you had alot of fun. Which you needed. Good for you!

Robin said...

wow, that Razzleberry card is awesome! Thanks for sharing!