World Card Making Day

Yesterday (Saturday 4th October) was World Card Making Day.
So I held a “Drop in and Make a Card” Day at my place.
This is what we made – in a range of colours.

It was great to share my love of stamping and introduce some ladies to stamping for the first time. Everyone went home with handmade cards and free gifts.

This is the Display board that I put together. It includes cards that I have done and some that I have received in swaps too.

Card Classes

Card Class Update…

I realise I have not posted any of our Card Class projects lately…so here is an update.

Class from end of August…..
Using the Wintergreen DS Papers and colours we created a Father’s Day Card. We folded a strip of paper which added dimension to the card. The colours are Soft Sky, Always Artichoke & Certainly Celery.

At the time, I was working on putting together some cards for a Christmas Card swap with some fellow Aussie demonstrators – so we made these too. Punching out the circles and making them pop off the page was very effective. The Wild Wasabi and Real Red are great for Christmas Colours.

First Class in September….
The next class involved using a selection of products from the current Spring Mini Catalogue.

Firstly a Christmas Card using the Season of Joy stamp set. You may have seen that this is the card I did for the SU Regional swaps.

Our second card used the Blooms Die Cuts with some Brads and Buttons. These make quick and easy cards and projects.