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Saturday, June 27, 2009

Just chilling......

the whole month of June. I only had one stamp class this month. The Grace Stampers came at the beginning of the month and we made Father's day cards and birthday cards.
We made this cute little shirt card from a pattern and instructions on the Scor-Pal site here. Thanks to Cambria Turnbow for sharing this with us. It makes a great guy's birthday card too. I made it for a dear friend's birthday. He is a really snappy dresser so I had to put a gold tie bar with a diamond stud on it. These little shirts are so much fun to make, I think you will be seeing a lot more of them.

Supplies: Stampin' Up's More Mustard and Chocolate Chip cardstock. SU White craft ink. Brown print scrap paper for the shirt and tie. SU Brushed Gold CS for the tie bar. Stampin' Up's Autumn Vine DSP (retired).

The birthday card is very simple. I used SU's Party Hearty stamp set. The papers are Western Sky DSP and Blue Bayou cardstock which are retired. I also used Ruby Red and Naturals White cardstock.

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