I have some cards to show you that we made at the lastest card class in Messingham. Welcome to the new members that joined, we had lots of fun and everyone completed four cards and easter treat boxes filled with easter eggs. I taught with my Mum again, so I have to give her credit for the design of the male cards we made.
The first card uses the sail away stamp, real red, pacific point and not quit navy card, not quite navy ink. Scallop, word window and modern label punch. There's also a bit of blue denim ribbon on it.
Here's the Eater card we made with the Easter blossoms stamp set, wistera wonder and crumb cake ink, wistera wonder and whisper white card. The blossoms are coloured in with a blender pen using regal rose ink.
This was a card my Mum designed using her new young vermillion stamp, she's very proud of this card as it's very effective even though it's a simple design. It's made using chocolate chip ink, well worn paper, teeny tiny wishes sentiment stamps and the edges of the paper and doodling were made using a pacific point stampin write marker.
We also made a treat box which I've shown before on my blog.
The next class in Messingham is 5th May, for this class we'll be going girly with some pink and glittery projects.
I'm not able to get in my craft room this week as it's the spare room that my in-laws are sleeping in this week. They go home on Friday after doing a great job of looking after my boys for the week. I have some new stash arriving tomorrow so I can wait to get playing with it over the weekend, the hard decision will be what to use first.
Thank for looking,