Monday, January 3, 2011

I am offering a new workshop on January 21 and 24. This is a 'Half Sheet Wonder' class. In the class you will take a half sheet of Designer Series Paper (DSP) and make 9 cards using coordinating card stock. For the fee of $15 you receive the instructions for cutting the DSP and for assembling all 9 cards. This is a great way to add to your supply of cards and use up some of that DSP. The cutting instructions can be used on your own as you need new cards.

For these samples, I used the retired DSP Georgia Peach. It coordinates with Old Olive, So Saffron, Regal Rose and Pretty in Pink. DSP makes card-making so easy because you just grab the coordinating card stock and inks and you can't fail.

The sentiments can be replaced with the sentiment of your choice or an image for a plain note card.

Stamp Set: Herb Expressions

Tools: Boho Blossom punch
Embellishment: Pearl jewels

Stamp set: Herb Expressions

Stamp Set: Birthday Bakery
Tools: Tag punch (2 sizes) Big Shot with Lattice texture folder
Embellishment: 1/4 inch grosgrain ribbon - Pretty in Pink

Stamp Set: Birthday Bakery
Tools: Ribbon punch, Modern Label punch

Stamp Set: After Thoughts
Tool: Curly Label punch

Stamp set: Herb Expressions

Tools: Scallop Edge punch

Stamp Set: Oval All
Tools: Scallop oval, Large oval, Ribbon punch

Stamp Set: Hello Again

I also played with the Celebrations DSP which coordinates with Pacific Point, Old Olive, Read Red, Pear Pizzazz and Bashful Blue. These are a few of the cards I did using the same template for cutting the DSP.

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