Sunday, October 3, 2010

World Card Making Holiday Class

Teresa and Daniella are the newest members to our clubhouse!
They are creative naturals, that is what I love about this job! People often tell me I am not creative at all! Then they come to their first class and they see how easy it is to tap into the creative side of yourself that brings a lot of fun, relaxation and fellowship with your fellow classmates! Not to mention all the great things you can make for your friends and family!
We really enjoyed having them and we will see them at our Spooky technique class on October 21st!!
Our first card was truly a hit! The colors and configuration just worked well with this card. Loving the Wicked Cool Designer Series paper on pg. 172 #117400- $11.95
This DSP with a little Old Olive, Tangerine Tango, Black and Rich Razzleberry and some black lace your good to go! Don't forget the stamps sets Wicked Cool on pg. 23- #118738 only $19.95 and Dark & Dreary from the Holiday Mini Catalog 120837 $19.95 pg. 7, and the glimmer brads are only $4.95 top it off and make it pop.

We made this lovely Peaceful Seasons card with Deck the Halls DSP
(like the one I made my singing card with in a previous post)

Our little sweet treat was the two tag die treat holder with a DSP wrapped Twix inside with a sentiment on top of it. Too cute .Everyone comes up with their cutest version of decorating these we had a blast checking out everyone creativity. That's what it is all about sharing what you love with others.

This is a French Foliage Faux Tearing (kinda of masking & sponging) Card.
It is sooo fun to make !! Everyone had a blast! They got very creative too I learned alot today.
Want to learn this technique come up and join us for technique class!!
CS: Espresso, Cajun, Vanilla
Ink: Cajun, More Mustard, Old Olive, Espresso
Spiral punch, 5/8/ espresso grosgrain ribbon
Stamp Sets: French Foliage, Seasonal Sentiments both from the Holiday Mini catalog!!
This card was cased from Gretchen Barron with a few tweaks of my own. I love her stuff!

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