Dallas Regional Make & Takes

Stampin’ Up! had some really cute make & take projects for us at the regional event this past Saturday.  They all featured two stamp sets called Clockworks and One in a Million.  I’ve had the Clockworks set on my wish list for quite a while, but just haven’t bought it as it’s different from my normal style.  I did have a lot of fun using it at the regional event though…

Regional Note pad 2

This first project is a notepad cover.  They gave us a plain white 4″ x 6″ notepad, and we covered it with the embellished gray card stock cover.  We scored the Basic Gray card stock first at 1/4″ intervals (it was supposed to be 1/2″ intervals, but I never can follow make & take instructions well).  The flower was supposed to be on the left hand side, but I needed to cover a mistake, so I switched it around.  I love these colors together – – Gumball Green More Mustard, Calypso Coral, Pool Party, and Basic Gray.

Regional Card

This is the card we made.  We used the spritzers to mist a mixture of rubbing alcohol and Gumball Green ink refill on the card base.  We made a mask for the white panel and sponged Gumball Green ink over the mask to make the circles and green border.

Regional Box

This last project is a little box of notecards, made using the Two Tags Bigz Die.  Here’s a picture of the little notecards:

Regional Note Cards

I hope you enjoyed the little peeks at some of the stamping from the Dallas regional event.  Enjoy your Thursday!  Thanks for stopping by!


3 thoughts on “Dallas Regional Make & Takes

  1. Wow, these projects are awesome! I especially love the notepad cover, so colorful! Unfortunately I am going to miss the Baltimore regionals so if these are the sets they will be using for the make and takes, I’m really sorry to miss them!

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