Saturday, 18 May 2013
The beach huts are super cute and will great on a Scrapbook layout (watch this space)
This card is ideal for the fisherman (or just man) in your life.
Then we played with washi tape making three cards following the same design.
The flowers were made using tissue papers and a Heartfelt Creations Die.
The washi tape in this one is from Bazzill.
Lastly a simple tall card and adapted envelope for a thank you or best wishes card.
If you would like to come to a card class please e-mail me at email@example.com to book your place or click HERE to book online.
Have a great weekend xx.
Sunday, 12 May 2013
And Washi Tape which I seem to be using more and more.
Don’t forget that if you came to this class (or paid for the kit only) you will have access to the online class with pictures and instructions from Midnight tonight.
I have found loads of older layouts so I am busy photographing and I will share these with you over the coming weeks.
If you would like to come to the next Scrapbooking Class please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday, 11 May 2013
Here is the first
And of course using Bo Bunny Stamps as well. These are some of my favourites this year.
I loved the detail in this one and it’s the first time I’ve used brads for ages but I will definitely be using them again soon.
Second layout tomorrow.
Have a great day. xxx
Monday, 6 May 2013
Aprils Creativity 101 Class produced some lovely results with everyone putting their own twist on their finished project. Here are just two.
The first is from Michelle
Michelle chose to use Pink as her main colour and it worked really well.
Beautiful work and the pictures work really well.
The second is made by Geraldine.
I love the colours in this one as well and the cut out photos work really well.
Thank you for sharing ladies. If you would like to see the original project click HERE.
More to share tomorrow so keep checking back xx
Saturday, 4 May 2013
We had fun at the last card class with everyone finding out just how time consuming it can be die cutting a Hydrangea flower head. There were a few mutterings but over all most people achieved it.
Here is the finished card and my favourite of the day.
Each of the tiny flowers were stuck onto a base shape to make the flower.
And then there were four more cards to have a go at making.
The owl card and the bicycle card counted as one.
Don’t forget, if you want to come along and make some cards the classes now run twice a month, once on a Wednesday and once on a Thursday (times vary).
Have a great evening xx