Workshop Make and Takes

Last weekend a fab group of women made this card as a make and take at one of my workshops.  This was one of two creations that we all made.  This little card is inspired by a creation from our monthly demonstrator newsletter and I just had to CASE it.  

Stamp Set:
Just Believe
nk:  Basic Gray, So Saffron, Basic Gray and Baja Breeze Markers
Paper: Very Vanilla, Basic Grey, So Saffron, Baja Breeze Patterns DSP 
Fabulous Flourishes: Antique Brads, Rhinestones, Dazzling Diamonds Glitter, Crystal Effects, Baja Breeze Ribbon
Tools: Paper Cutter, Square Punch (for the banner), Mat Pack and Paper Piercing Tool, Paper Snips
Sticky Bits: Snail

Don’t you just love how a few bits and bobs come together to make something special.  I didn’t have the stamps used in the original but that’s what is so great about this little design – you can use so many different items and colours to change it up.  Don’t have the ribbon?  Why not use pleated paper?  Don’t have the brad?  A button would be a great alternative.  No glitter?  Well…you can not use it at all…but really…I think you might need to buy some because glitter is pretty special. There’s nothing like glitter to bring back those primary school memories.  I used the stamp set, Just Believe, especially for one of my face-book followers.  I hope she likes it. 

If you would like to host a workshop, there’s still time to earn Sale-a-Bration freebies (ends 31 March).  It’s a great way to get a group of friends together, enjoy some craft and earn some great hostess benefits.  Click on the workshop tab above for more deets or email me today to find out more: or call 0401173203.

Happy stamping!

Posted on March 15, 2012, in Cards, Events, Thank you, Workshop and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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