Friday, October 14, 2011

Stamp Set Of the Month Series - Artistic Etchings

Its that time of month again where I center my class around one stamp set to highlight its versatility. Here are the projects we made. Following are links to the individual projects' credits, ingredients, measurements and directions or links to templates.


ARTISTIC ETCHINGS - PURSE


This adorable purse is from a template purchased from Angela McKay. Click on the link above and it will show you the link to get to her site. You can download the pdf for the adorable purse and a bunch of adorable cards (which I haven't made yet) for only $5. I always tell my clients that I make the mistakes for them. My mistake here was that my stripes are going around rather than up and down. My clients' purse stripes are vertical, the way they should be.


ARTISTIC ETCHINGS - BLACK AND PINK CARD



I love the simplicity of this card. So elegant.


ARTISTIC ETCHINGS - BLACK AND RED SATIN CARD


This is a card I received in a swap at Convention this past summer. Unfortunately, I don't know who the designer was. If you see this and you are the designer, please let me know...and thank you for such a beautiful card!


ARTISTIC ETCHINGS - BLACK AND POOL PARTY



This card was inspired by another card that I received at Convention by LeeAnn Greff. Adorable, isn't it. And finally...


ARTISTIC ETCHINGS - TRAMP STAMP CARD



Oh yeah, I totally went there. I forgot to add a detail that the card I cased had...using the scallop trim border punch and black to make "lace" at the bodice and top of the panty. And of course, my favorite sentiment stamp went inside...can you guess which one? Its from the stamp set called Not So Seriously.

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4 comments:

Vicky W said...

Great cards Kayleen. I am sure your clients would have loved your class. I like the stripes going around the bag!

Angela McKay, Stampin' Up Demonstrator said...

Keyleen... I love the purse with this DSP!!!! great job!

Debbie Martin said...

Love your purse and I like the stripes going sideways. I signed up for your blog posts. Thanks!
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Dorothy Vesperman said...

Great cards and projects. I love the stripes going horizontal on your purse ~ love it!!