Stamp Camp Cards 16 - 20

Today's post shows the final cards from Stamp Camp. Please remember - If you do like any of these cards and wish to CASE them please give the original designers credit and don't publish or claim them as your own. Thanks!

The first is CASE'd from Lousette Ashton,( ) I don't think that Lousette is a demo but have found that she often seems to use SU products. I really like her style and was keen to make this when I saw it on the internet. Now, this is not only crooked, you can't even see the white base card. No matter, her simple use of small pieces of DSP, card and a corner rounder punch are really effective.

CASE'd from Lousette Ashton.

Okay, you can stand up straight again now. The next pictures should be a little straighter. I've got a feeling that the next card is taken from one of Lousette's designs too, so for now, unless I'm told otherwise, I'm giving her the credit for it. Her blog address is shown above the previous card. On this card I've used the Triple Treat Flower stamp. I really like the pink, black and grey on the white base card. The woodgrain stamp gives a little interest,

from and idea by Lousette Ashton (?)

On this next card I used the Tea Shoppe stamp set, masking off a band at the bottom, stamping, then using the same stamp to create corners around the sentiment.

The bright colours of our circus style DSP - Big Top Birthday - and stamps to match - Under the Big Top - make this a fun card. I masked off the sentiment and balanced the elephant n a ball.

The final card was definitely CASE'd though I can't tell you where I saw it - possibly on Jenni Pauli's blog (?), . Jenni is another of those clever demo's who could probably take a plaster and turn it into something wonderful. This card came about as I'd been asked if the day could consist of making a variety of cards for different occasions and I felt that this could easily be sent as a sympathy card. The soft crumb cake with clean white works well, I think.

(CASE'd - Jenni Pauli ?)

I hope that you've enjoyed the ideas that all these clever, crafty people have come up with. Do take time to drop by their blogs and websites, I dare say you'll pick up a tip or two. I know I did!