Friday, September 28, 2012

Enjoy The Odds 'N Ends

Welcome to Friday's addition of Club Scrap Creates!

It's Kay here and I've been enjoying the fun rubber stamps included in the Odds 'N Ends sale. Wow! Can you believe these prices?!?!

Simple but fun, I just put together this positive and negative card (depending on how you look at it) with the large Steppin' Out Stamp.

I added foam squares behind the stamped frame I cut out to add some dimension.

What a fun look with that nifty Steppin' Out  collage stamp! I'm pretty sure I was inspired by someone who created this look in the past . . . I think it was over at Split Coast Stampers. The idea stuck with me until I finally had a chance to make it myself. Be sure to leave a comment below if that was you!

This cool dress form image from the Textiles & Notions Stamps gets me every time! My precious mom was a home ec teacher, and the set always brings back such fond memories of her.

I couldn't resist trimming out the dress form with a small sharp scissors and attaching it next to this Arts & Crafts quote on this card.

Isn't the window print from the Heart & Home 8.5x11 is a fun background for that card? :)

Steppin' Out strikes again. . .

The cute bowtie tutorial on this stamp makes a great background for my Anniversary Card, and the blue color mist ended up being a good touch also.

I hope you take advantage of this great sale with so much fun to be had. Thanks for stopping by. It's always great to see you here!

Kay From Club Scrap


  1. Kay, love your Hearth and Home/Textiles and Notions card! So perfect and so much dimension. I am so glad I have that dress form stamp.

  2. Oooo love the top one, I'm so itching to get back into the craft room! Cool weather cannot come soon enough!

  3. Thanks for the inspiration! I have all of that hoarded in my craft room waiting for a good idea!

  4. Oh Kay, am I glad I got those stamps (at home ;-))Thank for your wonderful inspiration. Awesome cards. I love black&white, very stylish.
    xox see you soon!

  5. I love the first card. Been trying to figure out how you cut it so it works. It looks like the center of the black paper is cut out so the white paper can be seen, but I may be wrong. Can you share how you stamp and then cut to put the card togehter?

  6. Sure and thanks for asking Chris. First I stamped the white cardstock panel with black ink and trimmed closely to the edges. With white opaque ink I stamped onto black cardstock. After heat setting that white ink, again I trimmed around the outside of the stamped image on the blackstock. That's when I got out my grid ruler and craft knife and cut the 1/2" wide frame out of the black cardstock pc, then attached it onto the white cardstock with foam squares. Then, I simply used double sided tape to attach the white stamped panel onto my 5 1/2" x 5 1/2" card - does that help?

  7. That totally helped Kay. Thank you for sharing. I haven't tried it yet, but it's on my list of things to try next.

  8. cool cards and thanks for sharing

  9. B-E-A-U-T-I-F-U-L! All of these cards are just stunning! Love, love, love the dress form one!


Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.