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Monday, 19 September 2011

Clever class and a birthday

I held a class on Friday and these are the things that my friend Lee made.  I'm so proud!  I love the dimension in her flower, and how the butterflies get smaller as they fly off the page :)

Supplies used (all Stampin' Up unless otherwise stated)
Cardstock: Very vanilla, cardstock vellum
Papers: pretty in pink DSP (subtles pattern stack)
Embellishments: pretty in pink grosgrain ribbon, mini clip, basic pearls
Tools:  Big shot, fun flowers die, milk carton die, top note die, beautiful wings embosslit, vintage wallpaper embossing folder, perfect polka dots embossing folder, eyelet lace border punch.

My second project is one of my own.  It was my dear friend from church, Alice's 50th birthday, so I made this card.  I saw the fold design on Dawn Griffiths' blog here and worked out the measurements for UK A4 sized card, rather than US letter.  The colour combo is baja breeze and so saffron..lovely and fresh!

Stamps: Special blessings (retiring), Just Believe
Cardstock:  Whisper white, so saffron
Papers: Subtles DSP patterns stack
Ink: baja breeze classic ink pad, baja breeze and so saffron Stampin Write markers.
Tools: word window punch, modern label punch, Big Shot, timeless type alphabet dies.
Embellishments: basic rhinestones, baja breeze seam binding

The sentiment reads May God Bless You.....on your special day, and comes from the retiring set, Special Blessings.  It might be retiring, but I'm not letting it go, I use it so much.  There's still time to order from the current catalogue, which finishes at the end of the month.  The new catalogue goes live for orders on October 1.  If you'd like a copy of the new idea book and catalogue, I now have my stock, so get in touch!  It's full of gorgeous stuff, and it's just lovely to copy is already dog-eared!

Hope you like my projects for today.  Will be back with more retiring products, and maybe a sneak peek of something new ;)

1 comment:

Julie said...

Beautiful projects, love the softness of the vellum
Julie x