Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Baroque Again... plus a couple other goodies!

For some reason this week is just crawling by. I woke up thinking it was Friday- maybe because this weekend is my birthday and Father's day and I am cropping at one of my favorite stores on Saturday... really not fair though! Wednesday is definitely not a Friday!!

I am posting another card from my upcoming Collector's Club Series: Baroque Motifs class. If you would like to attend, the class is on July 12th at 7pm. It costs $35. Please email me for more information!

Here is my card:
I've been working on some other stuff, too, just playing mostly but I may use these for an upcoming workshop I'm planning...
Goodies: all are by Stampin' Up except for the ribbon

Stamps: A Tree For All Seasons set

Paper: Soft Sky, Groovy Guava, River Rock, Not Quite Navy, Wild Wasabi, So Saffron, Ruby Red, and Whisper White

Ink: White Craft Ink

Other: White Embossing powder, Ribbon- American Crafts


This one was pretty quick! I just stamped and embossed the 4 images on different colored paper. Then cut them into the same size squares. I matted them on white, then on river rock, added the scalloped edge, matted it again on guava and finally on the card base!



I'll share one more:


Goodies: all of them are by Stampin' Up! except the ribbon

Stamps: Fresh Cuts set, Baroque Motifs set

Paper: Chocolate Chip, Sage Shadow, Whisper White

Ink: Chocolate Chip, Sage Shadow

Other: Antique copper brad, ribbon- Martha Stewart Crafts

People have been posting such cute things to SCS lately with this set. This was inspired by one I found there... It was made with Stampin' Up!'s Fresh Cut notes, the flower is precut and sooo cute! I just stamped the main image with Sage Shadow right over the top. I added a couple of cut out flowers to the center with an antique copper brad. The paper behind the flower is sage shadow card stock with chocolate chip swirls from the Baroque Motifs set. I glued it on from behind. Lastly, I stamped the sentiment with Chocolate Chip and added the ribbon to the top. I mounted the entire card on a piece of chocolate chip card stock to anchor it a little.

Hope you are having a great Wednesday and I hope that your week isn't dragging by like mine is!!

-tessa

1 comment:

Anita said...

You are so DANG crafty! Wish you lived closer for those classes!

 
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