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Wednesday, 10 October 2007

Saturday Stampers DPOV

Saturday Stampers this week is DPOV (different point of view), we have to show 2 different creations with the same stamp. I have had this Whippersnapper stamp for a couple of years now and often find it difficult to use as it is so big, it tends to swamp the card. It is ideal for cutting up though so here are the 2 cards I made with it!
Supplies: Cream and dark green cardstock, Whipper Snapper stamp, Basic Grey Patterned paper from Dasher pack, Papermania adhesive stones, ribbons.

Supplies: White and dark green cardstock, Pearlised white card embossed with Cuttlebug embossing folder snowflakes, whipper snapper stamp, Papermania ribbon, Studio G greeting stamp, Papermania adhesive stones.


18 comments:

Sandy said...

Wow wonderful.

Andrea said...

these are both great cards, that stamp is fab and so versatile

Alexandra said...

These are both awesome cards, really love the stamp! *STAMPIN HUGS* Alex

ScrapMomOf2 said...

Very nice! Love the Dasher paper on the first one, and I love the ribbon on the second one! Great job on them both!

Em's Blog said...

Fab fun christmas cards.. really love them!! :o)

bubblegum said...

Not to worry Deb, I know it is difficult to think of new stuff. :)

Debbie x

Paula said...

Fab! They look so different on both cards, love how you have managed that. Gorgeous papers.

Helen & Co. said...

Hi Deb,
I asked my mum about the Irish genealogy. She said what she'd do is find the nearest Genealogy Library run by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. There is usually one in every biggish place. They have all the equipment and people to help, and can order in files, and Birth, Marriage and Deaths Indexes from wherever you need, including Ireland, thouigh they also have a lot on hand. (It's all free, but I think there is a samll rental charge for ordering any films) If you look on familysearch.org they have a list of all the Libraries, and also a catalogue of the information they can get hold of. I think all this is what my mum said anyway! Ask again anyway if it doesn't make sense, or anything else!
Helen x
(Great cards by the way!)

Helen & Co. said...

P.S. On the title page of the familysearch.org site, there's a box to find the nearest library - they are called Family History Centres.
Helen x

My Paper World said...

Your cards are just so gorgeous!
Great stamp, and I love that basic grey paper!

Marlou said...

Deb, these are fabulous, love the stamp and how you have used it, just beautiful :) xx

~KRISTY~ said...

fantastic cards Deb! love the ribbon you used on the be jolly card.

malieta said...

You did a great job Deb using one stamp for two different cards. Both of your cards are awesome!
malieta:)

Saturday Stampers said...

These are both great cards, but I specially love the first one, love the paper, the black ribbon really sets it all off and the bling is perfect!! love that you cut it up too to make the second one. both great.
Kaz :-)

Flossie's Follies said...

Great Christmas Cards, love them both.

Jeannette said...

Love both your cards, and that stripey paper is great.

Rose Ann said...

Wonderful job with the challenge! Both of your cards are so different and so fun! Lovely cards!!

Nessa said...

Stunning colors! Awesome job on these!