I had so much fun with this class. If you are interested in purchasing the the PDF ($10) email me. It offers directions for four cards featuring this fun suite.
The felt flowers add so much to the cards. My tip is to use a glue dot to adhere them! Put the dot on your paper, peel the back, and add the felt piece to the card.
The prickly pieces die adds so much to this card. It's a fun way to add dimension.
This card was CASEd from the catalog. Don't forget to use our catalogs for your ideas. Nothing wrong with CASEing straight from the pages.
A little mixing of the Designer Series Papers is fun to do. Don't miss the fact that you can die cut some of the pieces straight from the Designer Series Paper! No need to fussy cut.
The Art Gallery Suite is one of my favorites from the January to June Mini Catalog. The Designer Series Paper is some of the most gorgeous paper I've ever seen! I shared a video on my Facebook page that showed one of the pieces being created. It was hand painted!
The Poppy Parade stands out so nicely on this card. TIP: Be sure to use the adhesive sheets when die cutting the words. It makes adhering them so much easier than messing with glue.
This card is a simple one but I love showing off the Painted Texture embossing folder.
This card was one I received from my friend, Kim. I love her fun fold idea and using the Designer Series Paper on the inside of the card.
Stamping directly on my Designer Series Paper is something I often forget to do! I also chose to use the silver side of the Acetate Paper instead of the gold.
The Pretty Perennials bundle in the January to June Mini is amazing. Especially when paired with the Flower and Field Designer Series Sale a Bration paper! You can earn them when you purchase the bundle and Opals used to make these cards.
All of these cards were part of my Pretty Perennials class last month. The fussy cutting of the Designer Series Paper really makes this card in my opinion.
Creating my own Designer Series Paper with stamps is one of my favorite things to do. Simply pick your favorite stamps and ink and fill your paper.
A bright color combo makes for fun cards. This design idea came right out of the catalog.
The Dainty Diamonds embossing folder makes a statement when used as the backdrop to a card.
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I love playing This or That on my Facebook page and try to share a new one each Thursday. You can follow along by liking my page. What do you think of these two? Bright and bold or soft and subtle?
The Forever and Always bundle isn't just for Valentine's Day!
I originally overlooked this bundle in the Jan-June Mini Catalog. I have to admit I have a lot of flower sets already so my initial thought was "oh, I don't need another". Until I realized that the dies are all stitched! Now I can't get enough of it.
Each one has so much detail! Plus, when you pair it with the Paper Blooms Sale a Bration paper it gets that much better. This fun fold was one we did at my Bingo events last week.
It also offers some great sentiments in a pretty font.
A little coloring on this one using my Blends.
There are so many great dies with this bundle but I really enjoyed simply using stamps on this one.
Simple but bold! This is my kind of card.
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Don't miss the year end sale! Here is a list of all the items being retired along with the sale prices.
Here are some of my favorites that are on sale!
If you don't have the right color ribbon for your project don't forget that you can color the Whisper White Crinkled Seam Ribbon with markers. Simply run the marker across the ribbon and it will soak up the color. In this instance, I used the light Poppy Parade Blend to create the shade I wanted.
I love the versatility of the Curvy Celebrations suite. Adding just a little color to the birds gives them a watercolor look. I CASEd this card from The Stamping Ninja.
I am so excited for this upcoming class where we will be making what I call "giftables". I've done these types of classes around the holidays for a few years. Gift card holders, candy holders, boxed sets of cards and even a magnetic frame one year.
My favorite part of this project would be the leaves. The stitching on these beautiful dies is gorgeous. It's actually quite easy to put together. The color inspiration came from Hershey kisses I found wrapped in this color palette!
Adding a quick tag finishes off the project.
The Plush Poinsettia Paper is the perfect touch to this project. You can see the flocked designs in this photo. There are even parts of the paper that can be die cut with the Poinsettia Dies. I layered Heartwarming Hugs Designer Series Paper underneath, created a quick tag and tied it off with All the Trimmings ribbon.
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