October 13, 2015

Sally's Workshop!

I'm a little late posting for some of my workshops. The cards I am showing you today are from last month's workshop hosted by Sally. I will also post my October workshop tomorrow so make sure you come back to visit.

Most of the products I used at this workshop are from the Holiday Catalog. Let's start with this first card which uses the "Among The Branches" stamp set:

The bottom layer is from the Holiday's Fancy Foil Designer Vellum. A little trick I used here is to add a layer of Whisper White Cardstock under the vellum to really make the strips pop.

Using my 2-Way Glue Pen I added glue to the Snowflake Elements and sprinkled Dazzling Diamonds Glitter. I glued an Iced Rhinestone Embellishment to the center of the snowflake and isn't the White Glitter Ribbon amazing on this card?

Here are the products I used for this card:

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For card #2 I created a Halloween card. I inked my Woodland Embossing Folder with Crumb Cake Ink and embossed with the folder. The ink was pressed into the background to create this really neat look:

I again used the "Among The Branches" stamp set which includes the spooky eyes and black crow that you see in the background. I stamped those after I completed the embossing. The bottom layers are so easy with all the great products we have available. I used a partial Spider Web Doily followed by a Black Glimmer Paper layer cut with the 2-3/8" Scallop Circle Punch and the sentiment was stamped with Pumpkin Pie Ink and cut with the 2" Circle Punch:

Card Supplies:

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Card #3-Make 'n Take:

Once I was finished with demonstrating the first two cards, all of my attendees made the 3rd card to take home with them. This card is pretty neat. I had the girls stamp the large sentiment in the center of the card about 1-1/2" from the top using the Whisper White Cardstock, Early Espresso Ink and the Flurry of Wishes stamp set. On a 2nd piece of Whisper White Cardstock we stamped 6 sets of snowflakes and cut them out with the coordinating Snow Flurry Punch.

Starting with the larger snowflakes, we created a wreath by gluing them around the sentiment. We then added the smaller snowflakes over the larger snowflakes using Stampin' Dimensionals:

Here are the supplies I used for the 3rd card:

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