Stamp Club Projects and Hanna's Tree
I love this tree from the Tis The Season set from Hanna Stamps. I wanted to make a fairly simple christmas card because I had so many to make and decided to use this tree - this card is gorgeous IRL - I added dazzling diamonds to the tulip puffy paint before I heated it with my heat gun - it's soooo sparkly! I added some red gemstones for ornaments. Wild Wasabi and Real Red is a great traditional christmas color combo.
I have stamp club today and made several different projects to share with everybody......we are making peppermint pattie sandwiches with the scallop circle punch, refrigerator pad magnets with jr. legal pads (jr. legal pads cut in 1/2 at my local kinko's) and post it note holders - these all make great handmade christmas gifts. These ideas are all a mixture of several items I have seen on SCS. The Ornament gift cards are soooo cute - see Sharon Johnson's blog - hers are amazing! I got my idea for the post-it note holders from my very talented blogging friend Angie Juda - this girl has some great SU! stuff let me tell ya! These holders are made with square coasters.
It is sooooo cold here today - we are in a winter storm warning and we are supposed to be having freezing rain later today - this is great stamping weather!


Erin K said...

These are all adorable. I have a question, do you stamp on every page of the notepad? Does it take forever? It sure looks nice though... I rekon I'll have to stamp on every page of a notepad.

Your tree card is simply adorable! Love all the wonderful details. The other project are great too ~ this is my first time to your blog...looks GREAT = )!! said...

Hey girl, awesome club projects!!! Thanks so much for the kind words, I sooo appreciate it.
You know, we are having the same weather here...stay safe!

Tex said...

I'm betting these club projects are a great hit! I know that mine would surely love these projects!

Kendra .. I love your Christmas card! Great idea to add the DDiamonds to the liquid applique too! Woooohooooo!


Kendra, your projects are terrific! Love that post-it holder! That "fairly simple" tree card is gorgeous -- I just love all the details you put into everything you do! :)

oh these are greatness! i love angie juda! i was going to actually make some of those post it note holder thingies today! cold here, too, but not as bad as where you are. trying to decide if i want to stay home and stamp all day or go to garden ridge and recollections and then stamp all day! it's so nice and cozy in the house and i still have my pj's on!

Tracie said...

You are so creative! Love this tree card, you give me inspiration and a temptation to copy your least the "idea" of them! Thanks for sharing on your blog!

Oh my! Your tree card is gorgeous! It doesn't look so simple to
All of your projects look GREAT too!

Love your tree card!!! It is heavenly!!!


Kathi said...

Is there a charge for cutting your legal pads in half??? I had $4.00 worth of pads cut in half today and it cost me $5.75!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
It took the printing shop all of about 2 minutes to do it!!!

Whimsey said...

Awesome projects! What exactly are the pepperment pattie sandwiches??; if you have time to answer. :D Thanks for sharing all you do!

Cute card, love the puffy paint :)

Rose Ann said...

Awesome projects, and I love your pretty card too!!

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