Stamp Club Challenge

This month’s guest artist is the Stamp Club. In January, Gwen Radimer issued a challenge to members. She used her embroidery machine to do designs on ribbon. The challenge was to do a card using the embroidered ribbon for February’s meeting. These are some of the results.

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By Judy Stockmayer

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By Donna McNary

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By Jean Satterfield

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By Pat McHale

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By Jane Aruanno

 

Charlotte Shaw

Over 15 years ago when we lived at New Smyrna Beach, a small ad in the Daytona Beach newspaper caught my eye, “Rubber Stamp Convention.” Curious, my daughter, Mary, and I went. And that’s all it took. I was hooked on rubber stamping and card making. I still have that first set I purchased there. Many, many cards later, I can say it is one of my favorite past times. It brings joy to me and I hope a bit of joy to those who receive a hand-made card.

The technique for the large lighthouse card is Iris Folding. Good books are available for learning how.CS1 CS2 CS3 CS4 CS5 CS6CSLH

Audrey Frank

Audrey Frank was pleased to share some of her cards with us! She is also a wonderful envelope illustrator and believes we should, “Stamp Out Naked Envelopes.”

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Donna McNary

Donna McNary has graciously agreed to share some of her creations with us. Enjoy!

Says Donna, “Still stamping after all these years (20). I never get tired or bored. There’s always something new and exciting. Hope you enjoy my cards as much as I did making them!”

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Elaine Daniels – Ranunculus

These cards were made by Elaine Daniels using the Ranunculus field stamp from Stampendous.