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This month I subscribed to the Club Scrap Digital Kit, the Art Nouveau Stamp, Club Stamp Kit, Unmounted Borders and Backgrounds Stamp, Unmounted Greetings and the Embellishment Pack.
I get my digital kit on the first day of the month. Here's a page I did using one of the Quick Drop Digital Layouts as an example but changing it up a little.
Yes, that's adorable me back in 1953. Perfect picture for this kit. I am so happy I sorted all my Dad's slides and paid to have a company digitize them for me. We only did the slides with family members in them. Dad took a lot of scenery slides too but we didn't do those.
After that page I played with my digital kit again and made some "twinchies" (2"x 2" mini cards) out of a 12x12 page.
After I had them printed I was not happy with the print. It cut of some of the top, bottom, and sides of my 12 x 12 print so that some of the "Twinchies" were not 2" x 2"! I cut them out and trimmed them a little and mounted them on some of the HPOP (Half Pound of Paper) in my order. Here's what they look like finished.
I blingged this one up with stickles!
Don't you love the coffee pot in the digital package!
I tried for a chalk board effect on the My Kitchen twinchie.
Since I only received my Club Stamp Kit yesterday I didn't have time to make more than this one quick card. Thank goodness I had those "twinchies" to help me out.
I used my Stampin'Up! dress and mannequin die to cut out the dress and apron. The little red ribbon is in the embellishment kit.