Last Stamp Camp for Awhile???? I hope not......

So I had my July Stamp Camp and am hoping its not my last one for awhile!
As you may know (or not) we had a flood in our basement which is where my craft room and classes are held. Well, things are dragging along by the insurance company, building company and everything so I am hoping things will be done in time to have my August Stamp Camp! Since the insurance company wanted to try and save the carpet (against my better judgement but you know we have to go through there channels) we are just now getting them to rip it up after two cleanings and a snag from the cleanings. So the walls are painted and are looking lovely! 3 walls are painted Very Vanilla and the other wall is Ruby Red (because I love RED) and I cant wait to get my Decor Elements to put up on the walls so I can take pictures to share with you all!

So on with why you came Stamp Camp creations!
We started out with a Christmas Card! I love the look of this layered with three stamped ornaments. One ornament stamped on the top note and two more stamped, cut out, popped up and layered on the top note! We also stamped the bow in versamark and heat embossed it with gold embossing powder!



And then another Christmas Card!This card is not really traditional Christmas colors but looks awesome! Very simple by coloring the saying with markers, "huffing", and stamping on paper.....Add some ribbon and DP....there you have a card!



Then a Thinking of you card that I CASED from someone on SCS! I found a card I liked a changed it up abit!Sorry the picture didn't come out so good! But I am loving how simple this card is. First off you cut 1 inch off the length of the front of the card.Then you add a strip of Choc chip punched with the eyelet scallop border punch!I also added a strip of Razzleberry Lemonade DP onto the inside of the card so it shows when you close the card. I also ran the card front thru the Big Shot and the Elegant Bouquet embossing folder. The Garden Greenhouse stamp set was used for the main image and the Sincere Salutations was used for the saying.


The last card is a birthday card!
I made this card a bit larger! 5 1/2 x 5 1/2. And I am totally loving these colors together! Old olive, rich razzleberry, and orchid opulence! I used the Cottage Wall DP and the stamp set Cheep Talk. I love how this card turned out especially with all the added doodling with the black and white pens!


I hope you enjoyed my cards!
And I hope you get to see some from August!

6 comments:

Emma F said...

Wonderful, clever you! I hope you get your basement sorted out in time for August ... because your girls would really be missing out! Lovely job.

nenimlasj said...

Lovely cards Dawn Marie. You are so talented.

Debra said...

All of the cards are fabulous! Hope things are together for August for you.

Brandy's Stamping Place said...

What cute cards - awesome job!!

Cathy said...

All the cards are great! And I love the color combos.

Cathy S.

Kim said...

Beautiful cards!

I just love looking at your blog!