Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Stamp of the Month Club Reveal + Clean & Simple Masculine Card

This month, I am featuring two different stamp sets for my Stamp of the Month Club. I used the same project pieces to create cards using the same layouts with each stamp set. I created these projects for the Spring Into Stamping demonstrator event we held earlier this month. I originally designed the cards using the Kinda Eclectic stamp set and then made the second set with the Flower Patch stamp set and coordinating framelits. Both of these stamp sets are in the 2014-2015 Annual Catalog and are not retiring. Club members will have their pick of the stamp set and will get pre-cut supplies to make one each of all six projects.
Stamp of the Month Club with Stampin' Up! Kinda Eclectic -- card kit by Julie Davison www.juliedavison.com #stampinup
Stamp of the Month Club with Stampin' Up! Flower Patch -- card kit by Julie Davison www.juliedavison.com #stampinup
The first card in this series is a clean and simple masculine layout featuring Mossy Meadow and Basic Black. This layout works with any color pairing and nearly any stamp set.
Stampin' Up! Kinda Eclectic Clean & Simple Masculine card www.juliedavison.com #stampinup
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2 comments:

Nacky said...

What a creative concept: same layouts using different stamp sets. Really liked seeing the photos of each set to see how they compared.

Dianne Wallace said...

Thank you for the side by side. It is amazing the difference it makes. I like the left one with the starburst best, but they both have their own style and merits.