Monday, September 26, 2011

Let It Snow, Man!

This new class for October is all about Snowmen!!!  Here are 3 samples from the class and I will post the 4th one in a couple of days.  I will also post a few more details on these cards when I post the last card.

Please note I have updated this post on October 1, 2011.

For the first card I used a snowman cut out on the cricut (doodlecharms cartridge), double sided tape and white fun flock. The patterned paper is from the My Mind's Eye Colorful Christmas line.

The second card is done using stamps by inkadinkado, watercolor pencils and the patterned paper is from the echo park wintertime collection.
The third card also uses paper from the echo park wintertime collection.  The stamp is from Cornish Heritage Farms "Embrace Christmas" and the image is colored with watercolor pencils.
I will also be posting my October schedule in a few days. Thanks for stopping by!
October classes have been added to schedule page!!!


Thursday, September 8, 2011

I totally forgot.... post the pictures of the other two cards for my "Celebrate Fall" class.  I have been so busy with class prep and work that it just slipped my mind.

If you looked at my class schedule page you will know that I posted a picture of some leaves that I had made using my cricut.  I knew I wanted to use them on a card I just wasn't sure how.  Well I finally figured it out and here is the card.  The background embossing was done with the "leaves" embossing folder by Crafts Too. 

The final card for the class is actually cut out on the cricut using the "stretch your imagination" cartridge.  A couple of the cards in this class are very detailed and I needed a quick and simple card to complete the class.  I really like this one for fall or anytime You could switch this up for any time of year by changing the accent colors on it. 
Well that's it for today,  I'm headed into my craft studio now to work on some more cards.  I'm planning another new Christmas card class for October.  I'll post any new projects as soon as they are ready.  Thanks for stopping by and happy crafting everyone.