Friday, June 1, 2012

Culinary Arts--Club Scrap Style

Just released from the Vault. . .the delicious color combo of the Culinary Collection. Starting today, Club Scrap is offering the Culinary Collection at 80% off! (Crazy--I know!) Now you can indulge without having to loosen your belt, and it will be the perfect accessory to our new Bon Appetit Collection!

Just like a great meal, we want to share. Below is a little about a card created using the Culinary White Print & Diecut Tags. At such a screamin' deal, I didn't even mind cutting up this yummy print.
After trimming out a block of six squares from the 12x12 print, which ends up being a perfect just shy of 5x7 card size, I trimmed out six more squares for layering onto the card front. Trimming them to 1-3/4" makes them 1/4" smaller, perfect for layering. Then I grabbed the flower punch from Tricia's office (I don't think she noticed because I returned it so quickly---heheee) and punched a flower into each of the six layering squares. Then attached them with foam squares for added dimension.
Attaching an acrylic jewel with Club Scrap Booking Binding Glue was the perfect touch, along with using the Culinary Diecut Tags for the rubber stamped greeting.
Fun Card!

Of course I couldn't stop there... the below card is kind of the same, but a little different.
I flipped the Culinary Tag over to the unprinted side for the above card to make more room for the stamped greeting.

Then there is that cute little Culinary Pot Holder Stamp...

This blog doesn't really serve-up all the Culinary Items now available online, but it's part of the recipe for yummy paper crafting! Dig in and enjoy!

Thanks for stopping by Club Scrap Creates!
Kay Williamson of Club Scrap


  1. Kay, LOVE LOVE LOVE your little card! So fun with the punched flowers!

  2. I love seeing the older supplies I have used in a fun new way! Thanks for reminding us!

  3. Love the use of punches for these cards. I keep forgetting that we can cut out stamped images as well. Very clever!

  4. Oh Kay, what great cards! thanks for sharing such a cool idea!

  5. Wonderful artwork Kay, I think I still have pieces of that kit!

  6. I love how you used the potholder stamp! So cute... I always wondered what I would do with that stamp, and now, I gotta have one!

  7. I also thought about making little monogrammed Pot Holders with that Pot Holder Stamp and Alpha stamps for a layout - would be cute!


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