Today’s card is the one from last Friday week where the ladies took home some homework. They had enough supplies given to them to create the bottom part of the card & then they had to create the remainder of the card with supplies they had at home. I have asked they bring them back this Friday for show & tell, so fingers crossed they don’t forget. I love looking at what others create especially when we are all using the same basic supplies.
If you click on the link below, you will be able to print a tutorial to create your own card.
Our card we created in Crafty Creations yesterday arvo was using last year’s SAB products. Yep, I still have a heap of the gorgeous “Sweet Sorbet” DSP sitting on my shelf & it is the perfect time to use it, as this is my volunteer class.
I decided that to take the best advantage of this paper was to use the “Sunburst” Technique for our card. We had a full class yesterday which was great & everyone seemed to enjoy creating their card using this technique.
In fact, I gave each of the ladies a little bit of homework where they were given enough DSP to create another card using the same paper & technique. I will post mine in a couple of days.
If you click on the link below, you will be able to print your own tutorial to create your card.
I love the final outcome of this card – simple little card, different fold, but with a bit of a WOW! The class loved it! Mind you, it is always a load off my mind when the ladies love the cards. It is not my usual colours but that is the best part about classes – they get you out of your comfort zone!
As an added bonus, we created an envelope to fit our card using the “Envelope Punch Board“!
Stamp Set – Flower Ship – 130942, Label Love – 130622
…was one of the stamp sets we used in our Technique Class last month. If you haven’t tried Stampin’ Mist as a Technique, give it a whirl as you will be surprised at how easy it is & the different effects you get on your card. Each time you do this technique, you will get a different look each time.
In our SAB Classes for February & March, we used the stamp set “Petal Parade” along with the gorgeous DSP – Sweet Sorbet. Today’s card has been done with the Envelope Punch Board. The ladies were amazed at how versatile this little board is. So many options, so little time!
To check out the Classes for March & April be sure to click onto the Classes/Workshops Page. Along with the classes, dates & times, there are also photos. To book your class, please email or phone.
Stamp Set – Petal Parade, Banner Blast, Express Yourself
Ink – Summer Starfruit, Crisp Cantaloupe, Pool Party, Pistachio Pudding, Basic Black
Cardstock – Smokey Slate, Whisper White, Pool party
Crikey, it has been like forever since my last post – where does the time go?
I have been busy preparing classes, giving classes & just taking a rest from Blogging.
Today’s share is the small Note Cards I created for my customers when the SAB Catalogue was posted out to them. I love Note Cards….. AND this gorgeous DSP from SAB. The colours are right up my alley. In fact, I can’t get enough of it, especially the dotty piece.
There is still time to place an order to receive your free product from the SAB Catalogue.
I’ve loved this cute little stamp set since I laid eyes on & have only just managed to ink it up now. Shame on me!
Today’s card is one we created in our Friday’s Crafty Creations Class. As usual, I CASEd my card for today. You can see the original on Pinterest. I changed my up a little using all SU! Products, but the class did actually use the Embossing Folder which is on the original card. Thank you so much for your inspiration.
I’ve also used the gorgeous new Embossing Folder – Decorative Dots – which is a FREE item you are able to earn in the upcoming Sale-A-Bration, starting Tuesday, 28 January. All you have to do is spend $90.00 AUD (excluding P&H). Contact me for more details!