As I shared yesterday we had a Kick-Off Party to celebrate and thank our team members before the start of OnStage..
Kim did a great job capturing the swap so I am sharing from her blog. So this is a CASE blog post. Thank you Kim. Of course we used the "Apple of My Eye" stamp set as the swap theme. This set is just adorable – AND it will be retiring soon, so if you have had your "eye" on this one, get it soon!
Check out the awesome swaps created by our talented team members. All cards were made with the "Apple of My Eye" stamp set. Such a great variety! Kim was so gracious and photoed them so I am using her photos. She is such a dear friend.
I am going to post a few of the swaps. Here's a pile of them:
This cute lemon card was made by : Alyssa Trunzo. Alyssa used dazzling diamonds glitter to sparkle up the lemon and the softly falling emboss folder to give this card texture.
This beautiful citrus card was made by : Raelene Ellenberger. Raelene used hello honey and mossy meadow inks along with the circle framelits dies and some silver thread and striped hello honey ribbon. She also used the decorative dots emboss folder and the heart punch from itty bitty accents punch pack to give this card some dimension.
Kristi used tangerine tango ink and the clear wink of stella pen on the oranges, then she covered them with crystal effects. Yum.
This adorable "out of the box" card was made by: Zeny Lucey
Zeny used the Love Blossoms designer paper and a variety of circle punches on this card.
Cindy used the deco label framelits for the shape of the apple.
Kim made this vibrant card with tangelo twist, hello honey, real red and mossy meadow inks and cardstocks, and added a strip of striped cotton ribbon in tangelo twist.
This refreshing lemonade card was made by Sheryl Wheatley. Sheryl used the uber cool bokeh technique, some velum and striped designer paper to make this darling card.
This cute basket of apples was made by Cindy Thayer. She used the Berry Basket die to form the basket and the Farmers Market designer series paper for the background.
Here is my swap. I will be sharing how I did in the coming days in a video.