This month for the projects that I planned for my stamp club gals, I used the Designer Series Paper (since it's the special going on for the month of August-buy 3, get 1 FREE).
This first card was a huge hit. The technique is called Double Embossing, and was featured in the Stampin' Up! demonstrator's magazine back in June. It's so cool, and very easy to do.
You need a die cutting machine (here, the Sizzix Big-Shot was used), a textured impressions folder (here the Vintage Wallpaper one), Versamark ink and embossing powder, a heat tool and designer series paper.
To make the flower, use the Daisies #2 die and Vintage brads.
Colors used are Baja Breeze, Cherry Cobbler, Very Vanilla, Basic Black
This next card is a case from another talented Stampin' Up! demonstrator but I can't remember their name. The layout is super simple, and easily adaptable to other papers.
This last project is a small gift bag, using a small lunch sack (purchased at most craft stores) and designer series paper to cover the front and the back.