January 20, 2011

Pam & Amy's Workshop

I have 2 posts today so make sure you scroll down to read my first one!

Wednesday night was another workshop for me at Pam & Amy's. This is a mother and daughter combination. We had lots of fun! Pam & Amy both requested a "fabric" workshop so I demo'd two cards using fabric:


The first card uses fabric available from Stampin' Up! called "Deck the Halls". Even though this fabric was found in the "Holiday Mini" that is now expired, the fabric is still available for purchase. I tore by hand, a strip of fabric about 1.5" all the way across the length of the fabric for the red flower, basted a stitch all the way across and gathered the ribbon into a circle.

I added a "Jumbo Button" to the center of each flower to finish off my flower.

I used "Sticky Strip" on the ends to adhere them together. I then used a "1 1/4" Circle Punch" and "Sticky Paper" to cut out a circle and glue to the back of the circle. The "Sticky Paper" is sticky on both sides so I then pressed the flower to my cardstock to glue in place. For the green flower, my strip was about 1" wide.

To add a little bit of vintage to my flowers, I added a small bow made out of the "1/2" Crochet Trim Ribbon".

The sentiment was stamped using "White Craft Ink" and the stamp set "Heard from the Heart".

Supplies:

  • Cardstock: Cherry Cobbler, Very Vanilla, Early Espresso
  • Stamp Set: Heard from the Heart
  • Fabric: Deck the Halls
  • Accessories: Jumbo Buttons, Crochet Trim Ribbon
  • Tools: 1 1/4" Circle Punch, Sticky Paper
  • Inks: Whisper White Craft

Card #2:


Supplies:
  • Stamp Sets: XOXO, Greeting Card Kids
  • Punches: Decorative Label Punch, 1" Circle Punch, 2.5 Circle Punch
  • Dies: Tasteful Trim Die, Perfect Polka Dots Impressions Folder
  • Cardstock: Night of Navy, Watercolor Paper, Very Vanilla
  • Fabric: Deck the Halls
  • Inks: Cherry Cobbler, Water Color Crayons
  • Accessories: Pearl Jewels
  • Tools: Multi-purpose Adhesive Sheets, Big Shot

Card #3:


For the 3rd card, the girls all made this one which did not include fabric. Once we completed all of the steps, we spritz "Shimmer Mist" made with "Shimmer Paint" on the image layer and then completed assembling the card. You can see the glittery shine below:

Supplies:

2 comments:

  1. Such fabulous cards, Debbie! You have mastered the skill of using fabric on cards, for sure! Your heart card is also a classic beauty!

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  2. Wow girl you are on a roll! Love the fabric! Wish I weren't so afraid of it!

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