Sunday, November 20, 2011

November Workshop


Hello my faithful cyber friends!  It has been a few days since I have posted!  Was out of town a couple of days and then had my last workshop for the year and stamp crop afterwards yesterday and am just now getting in to do a post.  The card above is the card we did yesterday at our workshop and everyone loved it.  It was a lot of fun using the white embossing powder, sponging and using the stamp pad to make a background.  So we used 3 different techniques on this card!  Always learning a new technique is a lot of fun. 

Here is a side view of the card!


And a close up of the image!


Looks like the house is all lit up doesn't it?

Also we made a sachet and we really had the place smelling high with a scent called "sticky buns."  But we had so much fun!  Here is a link to how to make these wonderful sachets by "The Southern Stamper."


Isn't this just darling and all we used was a crumb cake envelope by stampin' up, snow much fun stamp set, some markers, gel pen white and a crimper.  Cute as they can be and smells yum!

All items used are Stampin' Up! unless otherwise noted!

Card: Stamp set: Christmas Cottage
Card Stock: Chocolate Chip, Whisper White, Crumb Cake
Ink: Versamark, Cherry Cobbler, chocolate chip
Accessories: White embossing powder, cherry cobbler seam binding ribbon, spellbinders scallop oval, oval cutter by fiscars

Sachet: Stamp Set: Snow Much Fun
Ink: Chocolate Chip
Markers for coloring, Real Red grosgrain ribbon, white gel pen, Crop-a-dile, crimper, Crumb cake envelopes

Thanks for looking and hope you all have a wonderful Sunday!


2 comments:

NickelNook said...

Hi Jonia! The background of the card is fabulous! I'd love to know how to do that! It's such a rustic look...perfect for that gorgeous white house...you know, the one I live in! ;o) Love the look of the sweet sachet too! I'm off to investigate further! Have a happy Sunday! :o)

Natalie said...

Your card with the house does look lit up! Very cool with the white embossing powder! Wonderful, Jonia!!!
Hope you had a great time at the concert with the girls!