May Club Projects

Here’s a peek at what we’re doing in club this month.
Stampin' Up!, Postage Due, Field Flowers
The two cards are ideas I’m pretty sure I got from Susan Horr.  I know the Postage Due card is one of hers that I tweaked just a bit.  I had almost a full pack of Midnight Muse card stock left, so we’re using a lot of it this month!  You’ll get to use the Simply Scored scoring board and diagonal insert as well as the stampin’ spritzers.  Stampin’ Up! just replenished the supply of retiring In Color card stock, but you only have about two more weeks to buy it – or until supplies run out; order now so you’re not disappointed.

The Primrose Petals card uses the retiring stamp sets Field Flowers and En Francais.  Your ribbon will be a little different, but I’ll show you how to create the distressed seam binding ribbon.  (Hint:  You’ll be amazed at how simple it is!)

The last project uses more retiring products – Epic Day designer series paper and Typeset Alphabet Bigz Die. You’ll be making several sheets of personalized note paper.  Or you can use someone else’s initial and give it as a gift.

Be sure to stop by this weekend and check out our blog hop for May.  We’ll be using lots of new catalog products, retiring products and more!

Thanks for stopping by Stamping with Buffy.  Have a wonderful day.

About buffycooper

Among other things, I am a musician who enjoys papercrafting (specifically with rubber stamps), a Stampin' Up!® demonstrator, Christian, wife and mom to two great boys.
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2 Responses to May Club Projects

  1. bettyvonn says:

    Planning to be there Thursday for a little while. May not get to do all projects. But i got such a sweet note from Ruth E ending in “i hope to see you at club” – so trying to be everywhere tomorrow. Whew!

    Sent from my iPhone

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  2. Emilie Boyd says:

    Buffy won’t be able to make it. My grandaughter’s geting married Saturday.

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