Saturday, January 20, 2018

Better Late than Never! November and December Class Cards

Wow! This fall was a whirlwind, as I was planning classes, getting ready for a craft show (which went really well by the way!) and getting ready for a trip in early December. Phew! I'm tired just thinking about it all!

November's Cards

The original idea came from www.stampitupwithjaimie.com but I made it my own.
This card used the Leaf Punch and the leaf stamp from the Painted Harvest stamp set to create the wreath. The sentiment is from Hang Your Stocking stamp set.



Gift Card Bag above was inspired by Angie Juda of www.chicnscratch.com
I used the Seasonal Chums stamp set and Be Merry Designer Series Paper.


Above card - inspired by Valory Degree
The Vintage Leaves stamp set and Autumn Harvest Designer Series Paper was used here.


Dawn Olchefske was the original designer of the above card, but I loved the layered look so had to try it for myself. I used the Sheltering Tree Stamp Set and a retired set called Hand Penned Holidays.


December's Cards
These are the other two cards we did besides my previous posts about the BELIEVE Eclipse Card and the At Home Z-fold Card.

Unfortunately I didn't write down who inspired this card, but I do know I made it my own by stamping Santa and his reindeer in the sky from the set Hearts Come Home. Next this card uses Santa's Sleigh Framelits to cut out the trees on the Big Shot. Then  use the Softly Falling Embossing Folder to create the snow falling. Finish by adding the Wild Wasabi, Very Vanilla ribbon, and pearls.



The card above was cased from Judy Garza at www.stampingwithjudyg.blogspot.com
The Snowflake Sentiments and Swirly Snowflakes Thinlits were used here.

Thanks for taking a look. Maybe you will be inspired to make your own Christmas cards next holiday season!























Friday, January 19, 2018

Really, Really Late - Here's the October 2017 Class Cards

October's Class Cards


The Halloween card above was inspired by Mindy Bingamon. 
The main card parts were Labels to Love Stamp set, the Everyday Label punch, Foil Frenzy Designer Series Paper and retired black spider web doilies.




The above two cards were inspired by Catherine Proctor and Mary Fish. I took the best of both their card designs and combined them!
My stampers had a choice of Smokey Slate or Pool Party color schemes. The Hearts Come Home stamp set, Hometown Greetings Thinlits were used. You can use whatever snowy background paper you have on hand.


This card above was cased from www.card-i-ology by Jari.com
I just love the Year of Cheer Speciality Designer Series Paper that was in the 2017 Holiday Catalog, and combine that with the Watercolor Christmas stamp set, copper heat embossing powder and the copper ribbon, you have quite the stunning card!


Above this card was cased from a German Demonstrator - Frie's Schnipselecke
I loved the special folds and the ability to use one of my favorite stamp sets - Painted Harvest.


I love the Mini Pizza boxes, so I used the Quilted Christmas Designer Series Paper stack, the Quilt Builder Framelits and the Quilted Top Embossing Folder to make these cute 3x3 cards that fit perfectly into the pizza box for a great gift for a friend.


Thanks for visiting my blog!


Thursday, January 18, 2018

Another Petal Passion Suite Card Idea

If you love coloring then this design has plenty for you to do! The Petal Passion Designer Series Paper is so great. It takes the Stampin' Write Markers so well. Another fun thing I did was layer the new Tutti-Fruiti Adhesive Backed Sequins with the Black Rhinestone jewels on top. I love how there is a little sparkle!


Product List
Big Shot
[143263]
$110.00
Glue Dots
[103683]
$5.25



Enjoy creating this card with this simple layout! Have a great day!



Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Petal Passion Suite Card Idea

This pretty card was so easy to create. I just love the Petal Passion Suite in the new 2018 Occasions Catalog. The floral image was easy to color with the new Blends pens. Always do the light color first, then add accents with the dark pen. Use the Thick  Whisper White cardstock which allows for easy flow of the color and no bleeding if you are careful by coloring with very light pressure. Just for fun I tore the edge of the Designer Series Paper for a little added texture.



Product List
Big Shot
[143263]
$110.00


Feel free to click on one of the product links and you will go straight to my online store to shop! Thanks for taking a look and enjoy making this card.