I had an OSW stamp camp last month and I think it went fairly well, it was just a little overwhelming because with the recipe SU! provides you can make like 16 cards out of it. So I felt bad, but I only had them make 8. Plus they kept their paper pack. I made NO NO NO money on that one- except the order for the paper helped my minimum.
Thank you for your sweet comments. I do want to tell you that I probably wouldn't do this OSW at a stamp camp. It would take so much time unless you have more than one stamp set of the paisley. I did mine just for my own use and could take my time with the markers, etc., and not be rushed.
But then you can try it first for yourself to see.
Registered: December 9, 2005 Location: Tucson, AZ Posts: 2049
Sat, Jun 30, 2007 @ 6:15 PM
Ok...so I had to take a look at your gallery and LOVE your work!!! I love this card...the colors are so pretty together. I'll be casing it, lol. That's for the comments on my guava petals card...it's just not what was in my mind that ended up on paper...blah...need to play earlier in the day I think and not at 11 at night!
Thanks again for your comment!
Registered: August 12, 2005 Location: Michigan Posts: 3834
Fri, Jul 20, 2007 @ 2:16 AM
This is so pretty -- I love the combination of the stamps all together on this. I never would have thought of doing this together, but I love doing OSWs -- do you have a pattern for doing this particular set (3x3s, etc.)? I would love to be able to case this.
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Thank you for the uplift. I merely cut the 8 1/2 X 11 sheet in half. Use one side for the regular sized card fronts as shown. Cut the other side into 2 3/4 in squares. I think you can get 6 of them out of that piece. Then mount them onto 3 X 3 cards of solid color card stock - 3 X 6 before folding. Let me know if you need more help.