Saturday, September 8, 2012

Wonderfall Frame Project

Happy Saturday stampers!

Today is my monthly Downline Team Meeting. I love my team of amazing stampers - they are wonderful ladies and so fun to work and stamp with!

The frame project I'm showing you today is what we are making in our meeting today.
As an upline leader, I try and give my team projects and ideas that they can easily duplicate and take back to their clients for classes.
I know from doing this project last month with my #1 Club that it will be a sure hit - my club ladies loved it!

We started with a blank wood frame from the big box "M" store. It's covered with Gumball Green Co'ordinations cardstock that was texturized in the Big Shot with the Woodgrain Embossing Folder. It's glued to the frame with Tombow Multi-Adhesive and sanded to bring out the texture and smooth the edges.

The leaves are cut with the new Autumn Accents Big Shot Die. Some are stamped with the Wonderfall Stamp Set then crumpled for texture, one is simply plain cardstock that was sponged and crumpled and one was sponged then texurized with the Houndstooth embossing folder.
They all are adhered either with Mini Glue Dots or Stampin' Dimensionals or both.
The buttons are all threaded with Linen Thread then added with Mini Glue Dots.

I stamped the greeting from Loving Thoughts onto the Natural Cotton Ribbon from the Holiday Mini Catalog. It's frayed a bit on each end then rippled and adhered with Mini Glue Dots.

It's really a super fun and easy project and would make a great gift for anyone.

You could be part of my Team of Stampers too! There's still a few days left in the Starter Kit Special that includes the fun halloween Printer's Tray kit.
For more information, click the picture below and visit the Promotions link on my Website Home Page.
Just $99 gets you a fully customizable starter kit AND this fun project kit too!
But hurry, the offer ends on September, 14th!

Happy stampin' peeps!
See you on Monday,

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