The Year of Cards class continues with Sympathy and Thinking of You themes. We'll play with dry embossing and cardstock. Cost is $20 and will be held on Thursday, July 28 @ A Place in Time, Kailua from 6:30p to 8:30p. Hope to see you there!
My crafting desk is a mess! Trying to clear the desk to create samples for the Sympathy Card class and decided to create something with these little 6" x 4" scraps of white paper.
Christmas is right around the corner so start creating now! (Yea right, can we find the time??!!)
The stamp is from Hero Arts Celebrate Simple Joy. I love the "quirkiness" of the tree. The paper is by Basic Grey. I've been looking for these tiny gold star brads for a while and use them a lot during the holidays. I finally found some on E-bay. These are 3 x 3 tags.
Here are the sample cards from the Iris Folding Class this past week
Iris Folding is a "patience-learning" technique that produces beautiful results with your paper scraps that any one, any age, can do. It is a technique that I have seen come and go and come back again and again. Google it and find lots of patterns and inspiration to create your Iris Folding card today!
This GORGEOUS tri-fold card was designed by Lynn Pratt at stampndesign. She graciously allowed me to use her design and template in my wedding class. Isn't it just beautiful!! Thank you so much, Lynn!!
I have finally finished the sample cards!! The sample cards for this class was difficult in that I needed to create cards that could be finished in 2 hours!! **Note: all products may not be finished in class. Anyway, the samples will be at APT this afternoon. Check them out!!
Class: Thursday, July 14, 2011
Time: 6:30p to 8:30p
Location: A Place in Time, Kailua
Supplies to bring: Scissors, paper trimmer, scotch tape with dispenser recommended, piercing tool, large glue dots, and tacky glue
Another little bag I made for a birthday celebration. This time a flower was added and a mini card. It looks like a summer bag, doesn't it? A personal alarm, some Hawaiian Host candy and handmade 3x3 tags fit perfectly!
BTW. the little circles were all glued all over the white paper and then embossed with SU Square Lattice. I love that embossing plate!!