Today’s card is one of the few we created last week in class using the No Bones About It Stamp Set. We split the class into pairs so that they could work o a couple of different cards. I don’t usually do classes this way but over the next couple of weeks you will understand why
We actually had 2 lovely kids attend on Friday with their Nana & they loved it. They even managed to do the Technique we did on our 2nd card – hence the splitting of the class & requested the same technique for today which I am more than happy to do. Abby even mentioned that this one was a lot harder than the technique one.
I originally got the idea from Pinterest but did change it out a little to suit me. Thank you so much for your inspiration.
If you click on the link below, you will be able to download a tutorial to create your own card. Don’t have the stamp set? Then change it out to suit what you have in your stash.
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A couple of days ago I shared with you the card we created in our “Cards @ Toogoom” class. Well, today I thought I would share with you another card I created a few weeks ago with the same fold but using the Birthday Blossoms Stamp Set.
I got my inspiration for the card from Pinterest which had been created by Michelle Last. Thank you Michelle for your inspiration! I loved the clean lines of her card, along with the touches of pink.
This month the theme is “Teacher’s Gifts“. I don’t have any need for these gifts, but it is lovely to create something different & be out of your comfort one at the same time.
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My project today is actually one that I created for one of my “Creative Classes” using the “Delightful Daisy” Suite. This Suite is my all time favourite from the Annual Catalogue but haven’t really showcased any of the cards I’ve created. I sometimes remember AFTER I’ve mailed the cards that I hadn’t taken any photos.
I think Post-It Note Holders are always very handy, so while creating my holder, I thought I would do something a little different & turn it into the shape of a “bag”. The handle has been created using the gorgeous Daffodil Delight Double Stitched Ribbon. Don’t you love it?
Seeing as though the ‘bag” was so cute, I thought it would be lovely to have a matching card to go with the gift, so out came the Suite once again. I’m glad I did, as I am a little happy with the final result.
The gorgeous Petal Burst EF has been used both on the bag & the card – not sure if you can easily see it. It finished the projects off perfectly.
I am loving the coordinating little “bag” & the card. I do hope you do too.
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