Summer Stamp Camp 1 - 5

Another busy weekend, I'm stopping by quickly to share some the cards from last Saturdays Summer Stamp Camp.
The ladies spent the day making 15 different cards which certainly keeps them busy!
Today I'll share the first 5 with you..

I saw this card online and loved both the design and colour scheme. I changed the stamps to suit my own occasion. The original was by Sarah Fleming, she used the stamp set called A Little Lace. The dandelions (Dandelion Wishes stamp set) are stamped in Versamark and heat embossed in white onto white card to create a resist then pretty peacock ink is sponged over. Wipe excess ink from the flowers and the white really 'pops'. This is mounted onto crumb cake, the base card is pumpkin pie.

I love this combination of sahara sand, granny apple green and very vanilla. The Noble Peacock foiled patterned paper lifts the sentiment. The stamps are from old, retired kits that I have in my stash as is the sentiment die. The circles are cut using the small stitched shapes circle die.

This fun card could be changed up simply by selecting a different colour palette. Here I've used bright colours - pacific point, poppy parade, granny apple green and crushed curry. The stamps are Broadway Birthday and Everything Amazing.

The card above was made using the stamparatus, our amazing stamp placement tool. A mango melody base with stamped images in grey granite and mango melody on white card. A tiny calypso coral birthday hat on the cake which is topped with a red rhinestone. The stamps are from a new set - Celebrate With Cake, aimed at newer crafters and featured in our beginner brochure. I think it's a super set for any crafter!

My final card today is CASED from a fabulous card by Andrea Nichols. Her palm trees were in multicolours and sooo bright and zingy. Here we've used just 3 colours on the trees - rich razzleberry, gorgeous grape and highland heather.
The greeting is stamped onto crushed curry card which has been sponged with pumpkin pie ink.

Stamp sets used are Friend Like You, High Tide, Waterfront. The black base card make the colours really stand out!

I hope you've enjoyed viewing todays cards, I'll be back to share some more with you this week.