Shoe Box Swap
Gather To Stamp
Last month at the Song of My Heart Stampers demonstrator meeting we had a shoebox swap! If you don’t know what that is, it’s a get-together where each participant designs a card and cuts all the pieces needed to create their design. Then the cut pieces, along with stamps, ink and embellishments are placed in a shoebox or other container. Everyone goes around the tables and creates the project in each box. It’s so much fun!
At this gathering, the Stampin’ Up! Cherry On Top DSP (Designer Series Paper) stack and coordinating Washi Tape was a big hit! It was used on a whole lot of projects, some of which I’ll share in just a moment. But first, I’d like to show you my project and give you a few measurements in case you’d like to make one of your own.
Make a Wish With Cherry On Top
Let’s start off with the Make a Wish greeting which comes from the Perfect Pennants stamp set. This set has a couple of pennants and sentiments along with a heart and a star and can be used for many occasions in addition to birthdays. Here I stamped it with Bermuda Bay ink (one of my favs) and punched it out with the Note Tag Punch. Easy!