I have so many Judy's in my clubs this year!
There are 3 all together.
I have never known so many Judy's.Judy Mae made a tasty soup (can not spell the name of the soup). But, it was a cabbage and potato cream soup. She also made Irish Soda bread to eat with it. For dessert, she brought a carrot cake. Thanks Judy Mae!
Now for pictures of the projects.
This card uses the festive trees set and the "On Point" embossing folder.
The colors are garden green and cherry cobbler along with Baked Brown Sugar.
Lot's of layers on this card.
This card was a new technique for the evening.
One of the techniques was to use the "Stampamajig" to line up the ornament and the hook.
The colors of paper are VV, cherry cobbler and the under the tree specialty DSP.
We used the Ornamental Pine stamp set using Always Artichoke, Soft Suede and Cherry cobbler inks.
To give it the glittery effect, we covered the stamped image piece of paper with versa mark and then used the iridescent ice embossing powder.
The silver ribbon and "All is Calm" snowflake embellishment gave it a little more bling!
Fun card to make.
The little wreath tea light below was made using the wonderous wreath set.
We stamped 3 wreaths and used some of the Trim the tree paperstack paper to wrap around the electric tea light. The bow is made with the cherry cobbler seam binding ribbon.
So cute! I found this on another website and couldn't resist making them.
You had to "futz" with the bow a bit, but they turned out cute!
The stamp comes from the "Mingle all the Way" set
There are 2 types of DSP. "Under the tree" (herringbone pattern) and "Trim the tree" (plaid piece) paper stack.
The ribbon is the cherry cobbler seam binding ribbon. We had to do a little fussy cutting for the Cheer.