Part 2: Make and Takes from Montreal Stampin’up Conference

For the Saturday’s Make and Takes, I was given the “Ornamental Pine” stamp set to use as the main stamp set. I was really happy because I love this set! Here’s the projects that I designed for the other demonstrators to make: one card, 2 mini-cards and a box (the cards fit in the box) and a Gift Card holder.

Ornamental pine set1

Here’s the card, made with the Ornamental Pine stamp set. The little ink splatters are from a stamp in “Gorgeous Grunge” stamp set and I used Gold Metallic ink. I also added Dazzling Diamond glitters on the pine cone, to mimic snow (use 2-Way glue to stick it, it dries instantly and hold well.) A 1/8″ Gold ribbon complete the card perfectly! This card has lots of “Bling” but the picture doesn’t really do justice…

Pine card

The 2 mini-cards were 3″ x 3″. The Designer Paper in the background is from the “Trim a Tree” Designer Series Paper stack. I wanted to make a poinsettia, so I used the Petite Petal punch (2 flowers, on top of each other) and I used the Gold Stampin’ Dazzle Marker (love that pen!) to make the flower center. The “Merry Christmas” is from “Merry Everything” stamp set, cut with the Note Tag punch. (Get these 2 items 15% off when you buy this bundle).

mini-card

For this one, I used the words from Ornamental Pine, heat embossed in Gold on Early Espresso card stock. A little Gold Glimmer paper star complete the card.

mini-card embossed

The Gift Card holder was cut with the new Gift Card Envelope & Trims Thinlits Dies. I used Garden Green card stock that I embossed with the Lucky Stars embossing folder. The Christmas ornament is also from the Ornamental Pine stamp set. I used the Daffodil Delight and Cherry Cobbler Blendabilities Markers to color it. The tag is from Merry Everything stamp set and cut with the matching Note Tag punch.

gift card back gift card front

blendabilities details

Finally, here’s the box made with the Gift Box Punch Board. I used the “Under the Tree Specialty Designer series paper . This is Cardstock-weight sheets with color print on one side and White printed patterns on the other. It’s perfect to make little cute boxes in no time! A Cherry Cobbler 1″ Sheer Linen ribbon is tied to the box.

Gift Box

Material:

  • Ornamental Pine stamp set #135104
  • Merry Everything stamp sets # 135068
  • Gorgeous Grunge stamp sets #130514
  • Gift Box Punch Board #135863
  • Big Shot #113439
  • Lucky Star Textured embossing folders #135817
  • Circle Collection Framelits dies #130911
  • Gift Card Envelope & Trims Thinlits Dies #135854
  • 1-3/4” Circle punch #119850
  • Note Tag punch #135860
  • 1/8” hole punch #134365
  • Petite Petals punch #133322
  • Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack #133787 (star punch only)
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    Momento Ink #132708

  • Cherry Cobbler Blendabilities #130995
  • Daffodil Delight Blendabilities #130998
  • Cherry Cobbler ink pads #126966
  • Garden Green ink pads #126973
  • Early Espresso ink pads #126974
  • Gold Metallic Encore ink pads #132141
  • Gold embossing powder #109129
  • Heat Tool #129053
  • Versamark #102283
  • Gold Stampin’ Dazzle Marker #133634
  • 2- Way glue pen #100425
  • Dazzling Diamond glitters #133751
  • 1/8” Gold ribbon #134583
  • Cherry Cobbler Sheer Linen ribbon #135839
  • Linen Thread #104199
  • Cherry Cobbler and White Baker’s Twine
  • Gold glimmer Paper #133719
  • Under the Tree Specialty Designer Series paper #135825
  • Whisper White card stock #100730
  • Cherry Cobbler Card stock #119685
  • 12” x 12” Crumb Cake card stock #124274
  • Crumb Cake card stock #120953
  • Garden Green Card stock #102584
  • Early Espresso card stock #102128
  • Trim the Tree Designer Series paper Stack
  • Sticky Strip
  • Dimensionals
  • Snail adhesives
  •  Simply Scored Scoring Tools #122334
  • Paper-Piercing Tools #126189
  • Stampin’ Pierce Mat #126199
  • 1/8″ Mini Silver Brads #122941
  • Bone folders
  • Glue dots
  • Paper Snips
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2 Responses

  1. We loved these projects! The conference was terrific and it was so nice to meet fellow Demonstrators while working on these fun (and practical!) projects.

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