April Stamp Club – “Best of…”

This month, my stamp club gals will be making some great projects with the BEST OF collections for January, February, and March.

Best of Birthdays 1My first project is birthday cake in a box featuring BEST OF BIRTHDAYS, along with Artistic Etchings.  I love this box in Pool Party!

Best of Birthdays 2 Best of Birthdays 3

The February BEST OF stamp set is BEST OF LOVE and on this card, we will be doing some embossing with Framelits, coloring on the Flower Trim flowers, and I just had to throw in the Print Poetry Paper Stack.

Best of Love 1Raspberry Ripple and Summer Starfruit are just beautiful together!

Best of Love 2

March brings the BEST OF FLOWERS stamp set.  This card is so much prettier in person.  I know, sympathy cards aren’t cards we like to make but let’s face it… they have to be made sometimes.  Those pretty flowers were just perfect for this card.  Featuring some heat embossing and soft sponging, I think the girls will enjoy creating this card.

Best of Flowers

  •  Monday, April 8th – 4pm to 7pm – come and go
  • Tuesday, April 9th – 10:30am (please arrive no later than 10:45am)
  • Thursday, April 11th – 4pm to 7pm – come and go
  • Saturday, April 13th – 10:30am (please arrive no later than 10:45am) RSVP ONLY!  THIS CLASS IS NOW FULL!

Can’t wait to stamp with you this week!

5 Responses to “April Stamp Club – “Best of…””

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  1. raymonde says:

    hooooooooo encore de jolies cartes j’ai hâte de voir la vidéo bise raymonde

  2. Cathy Dahl says:

    The sympathy card is beautiful! I want the “may your memories bring you peace” stamp. Is it still available?

    • Connie says:

      Cathy, that set is available. It’s called Blessings from Heaven, #123050 (wood) or #123052 (clear). It’s a set of 6 stamps. One of my favorites too!

  3. I really love the sympathy card. It’s soft, comforting and uplifting. What stamp set did you use for the sentiment? I recognize it–just can’t place which set it is. Please email me @ scby0323@yahoo.com.


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