Well tonight I am doing a workshop and this is the card we will be making! How pretty is that? I wish I could say this was my idea, but I actually cased it from Bronwyn Eastley, a demonstrator from Australia who does beautiful work. When I saw this card, I knew I would be doing it for a workshop. On mine, I did the masking technique which I will be teaching the girls tonight, along with doing an easel card! Also Bronwyn has a great tutorial on her blog for this scallop round easel card and you can find it here.
Stamp Set: Easter Blossoms
Card Stock: Early Espresso, Regal Rose, Sahara Sand, Whisper White
Ink: Early Espresso, Regal Rose
Antique Brads, Whisper White Taffeta Ribbon, scallop oval punch, large oval punch, finial press embossing folder
Now the following cards were made as a set for my hostess! With these cards, I wanted to show the promotion paper and the promotion stamp set that will be available the month of April and will be in our new catalog on July 1st. This was all decided on Monday and as you can see it is now Thursday and I had to be quick. So I went checking out other cards made with this paper and the stamp set. Are there just times you do not feel the creativity and you have to look else where. Well let me tell you, that was me and I needed help from my fellow demonstrators out there. So thanks to the following SU Demonstrators for the layout of the following four cards: Jessica Brigden, Carla Blake, and Tammy Shaia. Beautiful work ladies. I did a few minor adjustments to mine, but by having these ladies to inspire me helped me to quickly get them done and packaged for my hostess tonight.
This is card # 1 & 2! Don't know why I took these together and the rest separate!
Card # 3!
Card # 4!
I also finished the inside of each card as you see below, but coordinated the outside paper to the inside!
And this is the package the hostess will receive with the four cards and four envelopes inside!
To see more information on this designer series paper and the stamp set called "Four Frames", go to this post!
Well that is enough for today! Thanks for stopping by!