Work in Progress

Wow, I have been busy in my stamp room.  I feel like I am running around in circles trying to get new stamp projects done.  Today I have worked on a project that is really coming together.  I was not able to finish it, however I thought I would share my work in progress.  I hope to have this complete by tomorrow. May end up being Monday…

Chipboard SU!











Here is how it starts.  I ran some chipboard through my Big Shot using the Serif Alphabet Die Cuts and then ran Chocolate Chip cardstock with the same letters to cover the chipboard.  I love how the Big Shot cuts chipboard.  Very easy. 


Getting Wheely











Next I wheeled each letter using Chocolate Chip ink for a soft look on the letters.  I love this wheel!


Getting Sticky












Now it’s time to adhere the cardstock to the chipboard.  Since the Serif Alphabet has some slender areas, I thought my Xyron would be the best adhesive to use.  It worked beautifully.  Typically I love to use our Stampin’ Up! glue sticks. 



























Now comes my favorite part.  Using my Big Shot I cut many of the large and small pennants.  This one shown in the photo I used Kiwi Kiss and Very Vanilla cardstock.  Using VersaMark and that gorgeous wheel, I wheeled both pennants for a nice background.  Then I clear embossed them.  Oh so pretty so far.  Time to put them together.  I used dimensionals and put the small pennant on to the large pennant.  I used my crop a dile to punch holes along the scallop edge.  Sponged a little around the edges with Chocolate Chip ink. 

I still have more to do before the finished project is done.  Lots of fun stuff to add.  Again, I hope to have it finished late tomorrow.  So hang tight… it will get done. 

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3 thoughts on “Work in Progress”

  1. Looks like it will be a great project. Don’t forget you can glue your paper to the cardstock first and then run both layers through the big shot – paper side down. Then you don’t even have to sand or finish the edges at all. 🙂

    Can’t wait to see the final project!

  2. This is looking beautiful!! Love how it’s looking. Can’t wait to see the finished product! Nor can I wait to pre-order this alpha!

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