October 09, 2014

Busy Card Class ...

Hi Everybody,

Yesterday in the Card Class we tried  another technique of using the waste from the the dies and making them into a card.

Brenda chose pink and we used a diamond pattern and Mary chose gold and went for the Glass effect die from Spellbinders.

To create the look we needed some double sided adhesive sheet and although a bit fiddly it is well worth it in the end.

The words are some of the new Sentiments Collections  and they are so handy to just cut and stick in place

Adding them in black made them pop from the cards.  The addition f some satin ribbon and a little butterfly is all that the cards needed.   Both ladies went away happy again and already looking forward to the next class.

More tomorrow ...

Hugs xx

23 comments:

  1. Both ladies have made lovely cards!

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  2. Morning Christina,
    Tow lovely card.
    Lydia
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  3. Hi Christina
    Two stunning card today, made by your two ladies.

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  4. You can come and teach a cardmaking class at my place any time you are in Oz and passing nearby me dear Christina! Lucky ladies to have you ;)

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  5. Well done Girls you have done it again , beautiful cards both really pretty, .

    Take Care All
    Elaine H X

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  6. Congratulations ladies two stunning cards

    Anne

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  7. The cards are lovely, and the ladies are so sweet to share them with us! BethAnn M.

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  8. Your ladies are really doing so well, their creations are quite amazing, wonderful teacher.....keep it up girls !!!! luv Ursula xx

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  9. I know that I would be happy if you taught me how to make beautiful like the one your twosome made...
    Well done ladies.

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  10. Lovely cards ladies. Love both colors and nice bows.

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  11. PS my whole set of Vintage dies arrived today. Pretty good delivery time as it only took 12 days from the UK and previous deliveries from there have taken between 3-4 weeks. They look lovely and I will have fun with them when I finish a planned and almost completed baby boy card and a 15th birthday card for my eldest Grand daughter, also designed so can't use new dies for that. Plenty of scope for unplanned cards to use the new dies on though :) xxx

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  12. Well done ladies you are playing a blinder.
    Christina, hope you don't mind but I have a new name for you 'Duracell' - you seem to have energy endless, bless you. Perhaps you have the gift of bilocation? You really do amaze me when I see how much you get through.

    Mary Mac

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  13. Hi Christina, Lovely cards very effective.
    Would these be a bit tricky for beginners?
    Julie.C

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  14. Christina,
    Your students are really getting the feel of card making. Both Brenda and Mary are doing an excellent job, all their creations have been gorgeous. You are an excellent teacher.

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  15. Hi Christina both these cards are different but equally as nice well done girls.
    Kind regards
    Anne Owens(Liverpool).

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  16. Hi Christina, I can see why your ladies went home happy after making these cards, they are delightful :). I think I've fallen in love with the sentiments and you're right, cutting them in black really makes them pop out from the card. Well done ladies, you have a fantastic teacher. x

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  17. Lovely cards ladies, I bet the gold one really shines up close. Love the pink one.

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  18. Hi Christina, how beautiful cards made by your ladies in class.well done.
    Take care Maria,

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  19. Really effective cards. Well done ladies.

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  20. Hi Christina, Two lucky ladies having made two super cards and a fantastic teacher who could ask for more!
    Hugs
    Margaret corgi owner

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  21. Hi Christina
    Two great cards, what a fun day it must have been to do something so different. Love them.

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