What do 5 papers, 6 punches, ink and rubber add up to?
Answer: 1 Wacky Watercooler Women’s Swap and a busy, busy card but a “wheely” good time!
Can you tell I went just a little bit punch crazy while I was away from the blog?
A fabulous set of demonstrator friends who have informally named themselves the Wacky Watercooler Women (though the name is subject to change at the drop of a hat – LOL!) decided to have a getting to know you informal swap over the last couple of weeks. And this was my entry. I also cheated slightly and used the same design for my local demonstrator team swap as well! After making 25 of these cards I think I could operate these punches in my sleep!
I know I’m posting a little bit early and a little bit late (the swaps just went into the mail this week and will probably be one of the last to arrive in my friends mail boxes but the team meeting is long over) but I wanted to share the details now since like an absent minded professor (I have the mind just not the degree!) I forgot to include an ingredient list in with the swap cards. Oh well…such is life.
I’ll be sharing the swaps I’ve received in exchange over the next few weeks and hopefully links to my friends blogs as well so you can get to know some wonderful stampers and see some gorgeous projects.
Silhouette in Red
(brown background in picture is a photo mat and not a card layer – card begins with vanilla layer)
Original design created by Jean Fitch
Stamps: Thank You Kindly, Baroque Motifs, Baroque Border Wheel
Ink: Real Red, Basic Black Classic Inks
Paper: Basic Black, Crumb Cake, Very Vanilla Cardstocks, Real Red Textured Cardstock, First Edition Specialty Designer Series Paper (Occasions Mini)
Punches: Scallop Border, Scallop Trim Border, Scallop Oval, Small Oval, Modern Label, 2 step Bird
Other: Sponge daubers, ¼” Real Red Grosgrain Ribbon, Anywhere Glue Stick, Mini Glue dots, Jewels – Basic Pearl
For a PDF with project details and directions click this link – Silhouette in Red
Frugal Tip: This project not only makes use of scrap sizes for most of the paper but also uses one stamp set that you can get for Free between now and March 31, 2011, during the last days of Stampin’ Up’s Sale-a-Bration promotion. Free is definitely frugal!
Place an order of at least $50 in my online store and you can choose Thank You Kindly (or any one of several others) as your free stamp set. To see your choices and learn more about the promotion – download the SAB brochure from the link in my lefthand sidebar.
Hard to beat this design for price either …… Cost per card including envelope: $.56 ( less if you are a demonstrator or sign up to become one and make use of your 20% discount on all products!)
If you have any questions or to order product to make your own or to sign up with my team please contact:
My online store: www.jlfstudio.stampinup.net