|Hot soup for lunch|
Today was one of those day that I love being able to work from home. No cold walk into the hospital from the parking lot. But I did have to run an errand just before lunch so came home and had a nice hot bowl of Kale, White Bean and Sausage Soup which I made over the weekend. It is so delicious!
Here are some cards I made last week as samples at the embossing folder class.
|Well Worn Honeycomb|
This was my favorite - and also was a favorite of the ladies attending the class. It uses the Well Worn Designer Series Paper which is discontinued but is currently available on the Clearance Rack (if we did not buy it all - many of the ladies wanted some after seeing this card). I used Crumb Cake card embossing with an Soft Suede inked up embossing folder. That was put on Not Quite Navy and Soft Sueded then a Very Vanilla card base.
This one also uses the Honeycomb folder. I used some stamps from the Tiny Tags set and Raspberry Ripple ink to decorate some of the hexagon sections. The heart is Primrose Petals embossed with Elegant Lines folder. It is mounted on Primrose Petals cardstock and a Whisper White base.
|Circles and Rings - Double Embossed|
|Double embossed trio|
A masculine card with the Honeycomb folder. I cut along the hexagons and then wrapped linen thread around it. Old Olive, Cajun Craze and Rich Razzleberry - on Sahara Sand is a nice manly color combination.
I am so loving the Honeycomb embossing folder. Sure hope they come out with a punch to match the hexagon.