Had my Monday Class and we made some really cute cards!
This one was a last minute decision! I am challenging myself to use lots of different color combos.
SO this one was tweaked and copied. I do love how subtle yet stunning it came out!
We used Coastal Cabana and Soft Sky card stock. Then burnishing those colors into the Irresistibly Yours Designer Series paper, we created banners. Then a smaller strip which we burnished Old Olive into, was placed horizontally. One of my FAVORITE Sale A Bration stamp sets, Lotus Blossom, was used to make the flower in the center of the scalloped medallion. A little Coastal Cabana Thick Bakers Twine and VOILA!!!!
What do YOU think?
Here are the Weekly Deals!!
I am getting ME ANOTHER MAGNETIC PLATFORM!!!!!
Plus a few other things!
So many of these framelits are PERFECT not only for card making but for memory keeping/scrapbooking as well!!!!
Check them out!
Ok friends…have a great day! Hurry –you still have time to get those last minute Sale A Bration orders in!
It looks so much better in person! WE used The Sheltering Tree stamp. Such a pretty card and useful for so many occasions. This was copied from a very kind Demonstrator but I don't know her name! UGH!
And this one:
I know this is very difficult to see BUT it's BEAUTIFUL! This one came from Mary Fish (I think!) We used the Modern Mosaic Embossing Folder, Itty Bitty Banners Framelits, the Flower Shop stamp and coordinating Pansy Punch. SO SO BEAUTIFUL and this too can be used for a variety occasions!
And since St Patrick is almost here– this one! Copied from Mary Fish.
THANKS to all those sharing demonstrators!!!
TOO DARN CUTE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
We used the Mustache Framelit, XL large Oval Punch, Bow Builder Punch, Gold Soiree Designer paper along with Crumb Cake, Gold Foil, Basic Black and Whisper White card stocks. SO MUCH FUN making these!
If you need to make St Patrick's Day cards or favors, contact me. I'm free for YOU to drop in whenever YOU can! Hurry the little leprachaun will be here soon!
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