Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Bingo Stamp Camp Card Share - Nailed It

Hello Friends!

Today I have another card from the recent Bingo Stamp Camps I held.  There are 4 in total, and I will be sharing all 4 of them with you.

This one was my Hubby's birthday card this year.  I guess you can tell from the picture how old he was!!!  LOL  This is an important birthday in Canada as he is finally "old enough" to get OAP pension!

I prepped the card kits, then we cut out the saw from the Silver Foil strip that is under the striped designer paper. We also cut the hammer out of the Silver Foil piece that is under the white piece with the numbers on it.  It saves on the cost of the card kit and a great idea for any layer you are putting something on top of.  It has taken me a LOT of years to be able to do this. It just seemed wrong to me that there were big holes underneath something.  But I finally convinced myself that I am the only one who knows about the holes.  LOL

I used some retired Black Glimmer paper on the original card, but in class we used Basic Black cardstock then used the Wink of Stella Clear Glimmer Brush Pen to add the bling to the numbers.  It turned out quite well.  Now I can put hubby's birthday card away in the box where I save all the hand made cards we receive, even the ones I make him!!!

A list of supplies can be found under my signature.  Some of the Ladies put the Urban Underground embellishments on their cards.  They looked so neat that I have included them in the supplies below. Just click on any of the images to go to my online store to place your order.  Or EMAIL ME and I will be happy to do the order for you.  At the end of each month I share at least 5 card tutorial sheets with anyone who places an order through me.

Have a Crafty Day!


Anonymous said...

I too love the nailed it stamp bundle. Great masculine card Glenda! XOX Monika

Anonymous said...

now we all know about the hole behind your card...I have used this practice for a number of years myself...cheers to great card..Karen


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