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Transformations Greetings

I think this might have been the fastest I've ever completed a set of Greetings to Go. The Transformation kit is a knock out with the muted colors and serene images. I couldn't wait to get my hands on these different folding cards!
 
 
I kept to the original designs of many of the cards but added my own touch.  I used an assortment of embossing folders and stamps for backgrounds to add interest.  You can see Club Scraps versions of the same cards here.
 
These three cards were entered into the Tool Challenge.  We were to use our craft knife...which really isn't my strong point.  But I did manage to get three cards completed and keep all my fingers.  The 3rd card was actually supposed to be an Aspen tree from the stencil but I accidentally cut off the other tree limbs and it looked like bamboo afterwards ;)

Supplies: Club Scrap papers, ribbon and brad.

Supplies: Club Scrap papers, film reel stencil and stamps. K&Co. fern.

Supplies: Club Scrap papers and rubber stamp.  Aspen stencil.
 
The next set I just loved the multiple folds, layers and interaction. All the pieces are pre printed, just follow the cutting lines.  
 
Supplies: Club Scrap papers, ribbon and buttons.  Bamboo background stamp from Impression Obsession

Supplies: Club Scrap papers, ribbon and stamps.
 
 Supplies: Club Scrap papers, ribbon, wood buttons and stamps.
 
Supplies: Club Scrap papers, ribbon and stamps. Cuttlebug embossing folder.
 
This set of four required a little bit of thought and straight lines to adhere and open properly but well worth the effort! I did enter a few into the Never Before Used Stamp Challenge. which was to include border stamps. 
 
Supplies: Club Scrap papers, buttons and stamps. Cuttlebug embossing folder.

Supplies: Club Scrap papers, ribbon, charm and stamps. Cuttlebug embossing folder.
 
Supplies: Club Scrap papers and stamps.

Supplies: Club Scrap papers and stamps. CS Seaside stamps added.
 
Well...there are a few more ideas I have for this kit so keep a watch for updates!
Sorry about the resolution, an editing mishap on my part.
 
 

Comments

  1. Wonderful cards! I hope to get to play this weekend and use my GTG kit too! Great ideas and I plan on CASE your sympathy card.
    TFS,
    Cathy

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