I went to my friend Leonie Schroder’s for a Stamp-A-Stack, using  Stampin’ Up® products. I love doing these classes as you always come away with 9 beautiful cards – a great afternoon’s work.
We used the lovely Medallion Stamp with these 3 cards as well as the Top Note Die. Leonie showed us a neat trick with the Top Note Die – run 3 sheets of card through the Big Shot and then to get the Top Note Die so it’s a little smaller than the original, just cut along the perforated line that the die leaves when cut.
We made 3 of these cards using different colours. 
 You could use them for any occasion. I chose the Birthday Wishes sentiment stamp.
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Stamps: Medallion, All a Flutter, Occasional Quotes
Inks: Versamark, Rose Red, Pretty in Pink, Pink Pirouette
Paper: Whisper White, Pretty in Pink, Basic Black
Accessories: White Embossing Powder, Heat Gun, Stampin Sponges, Stampin Dimensionals, Aqua Painter, Rose Red Stampin Write Marker

I love the Medallion stamp. We stamped it on the white card with Versamark and then embossed with white embossing powder. After that we sponges over the image with ink. The Butterfly stamp is gorgeous and we stamped that using Stazon black ink. We used Aqua painters to apply the ink and then cut around the butterfly and adhered it to the card using dimensionals. The sentiment is coloured with the Stampin’ Up® water based markers in two colours. It’s important to remember to hugh on the stamp to ensure it’s wet enough to stamp on the card. This is such an elegant card and again could be used for many occasions.

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Yes, I know – you don’t want to think about it yet… It will be here sooner than you think. I did a Stamp-A-Stack class with the lovely Leonie Schroder. This is one of the cards we made. All the products are Stampin’ Up®. I love the bauble. We used the masking technique for that. We punched a hole in a post-it-note and centred it on the white card. We then stamped the sentiment and sponged around the edge of the circle. When you lift the post-it-note off, you are left with s mall bit of white in the centre which gives the bauble a 3D effect.
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Welcome to my new Blog. I am so excited to announce that I have joined the world wide family of Stampin’ Up!® I am really looking forward to my business launch on Sunday 7 November, 2010. If you would like to join me for this demonstration and walk through the 2010 – 2011 Idea Book and Catalogue, please contact me today.
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