Finally got round to posting the cards we made at last months card class. Now that I'm a 'lady of leisure' there should be no excuses for irregular blog posts! My next task is to tidy my craft space so that I can craft! Why is it you tidy the space and within a day you are back to only having an A4 size clear space?
Anyway on with our creations:
The first card we made was this cool gift card - thanks to Kristine McNickle for the tutorial. With Christmas fast approaching this is a great way to 'dress up' a gift voucher for family and friends. This style of card can be used of any occasion - just change the design on the front and the paper on the inside.
When designing this card front I originally stamped the 'snowflake' in Old Olive but it looked a bit plain so I restamped it in Mossy Meadow and positioned it just off the original image to give a shadow look. Use the Stamp-A-Ma-Jig to make sure you line the second image just off the first. The Stamp-A-Ma-Jig is a great tool to have in your kit - check it out on page 176 of the main catalogue.
I forgot to take a photo with the voucher in the envelope! but I'm sure you can image one sitting in the envelope. The envelope is one of our Square Envelopes (7.9cm x 7.9cm) with the 'flap' cut off and is on page 149 of the AC. This page (and page 147) has to be one of my favourites in the catalogue - there are so many amazing products hidden on these pages.
And here's a side view.
This card uses the Holly Jolly Greetings stamp set which is sold on its own or as a bundle (save 15%) with the Christmas Greetings Thinlits Dies.
Stamp Set - Holly Jolly Greetings, A Little Something
Card Stock - Cherry Cobbler, Mossy Meadow, Whisper White
DSP - Merry Moments DSP Stack
Ink - Cheery Cobbler, Old Olive, Mossy Meadow, Smoky Slate
Other - Rhinestones, Stamp-A-Ma-Jig, Square Envelopes
Check back tomorrow for our second card :)
Labels: Christmas, General, Stamp Class, Techniques