Sunday, August 8, 2010

Something Splendid Workshop

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Create 6 cards (2 each of 3 designs) using our August stamp of the month: Something Splendid!
We will also create a coordinating box to store your cards in, or use as a gift box, or even to hold your 4x6 photos!
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This first card is so quick and simple - no cutting out images! I used a little Liquid Glass in the center of each flower - they look like faux brads!
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This next card offers the option of layering your flowers for a 3-D effect. I also used a little Glitz Glitter in the center of each flower! (The pattern was taken from our Wishes card book.)
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This last card also started with a Wishes pattern, but I modified it from a 5x7 card to a standard size top-fold card that will fit in our box!
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Join me on Saturday, August 21 during my all day crop to make this project
or for an encore workshop on Friday, August 27th at 6pm.
This cost is $20 and includes everything you need to create this project, pre-cut and ready to assemble.
RSVP by August 13th.

6 comments:

  1. these cards are wonderful!!! Thanks for sharing

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  2. Beautiful color combination! They say "yummy" to me!

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  3. Love the cards and box! I wish I lived close enough to attend this workshop. My niece Krista is a CTMH consultant. I will have to have a chat with her to see if I can get the papers & stamps you used.

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  4. Thanks Oma! The paper is our Cherry-O Creative Basics and the stamp set is the August Stamp of the Month - Something Splendid! The box is also from Close To My Heart - it's our new MyCreations Recipe/Photo Box. Wish you lived closer too!! Have fun creating!

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  5. These are so Awesome! I really love the way you place your titles. Did you glue a piece of cs directly to the card and placed the sentiment on top of it?

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  6. I actually stamped directly on either cardstock or our B&T paper, matted them with additional cardstock, then I added our 3-D foam tape underneath. I just love 3-D!

    Hope that helps!!

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