Little Houses

Oh no….quiet a few of my Carding Ladies are not well.  So tonight’s class did not go ahead.  But I thought I would post the Cards I had prepared anyway even though we will probably do them at a later date.

The Ladies had asked me to do a Class using the Sale-a-brations set Good Neighbours – which is a cute little set with all the parts to make up some little houses.  Here are the cards I put together.

This one uses the Haiku DSP.  The colours are lovely and bright.

This is a CASE of a Card done by Paula Dobson.  I loved it so much and it stuck in my mind – so I had to give it a go.  It’s also the first card I had a go at Brayering…..with the sort of blended look.

And talking about Brayering…..even though our Class did not go ahead tonight – my friend Michelle came over to Card with me….I had a go at a REAL Brayered card.  And it worked!!  I am so wrapped with it.  It’s simple but not bad for a first attempt.  So I will post it here tomorrow for you to see….after I get some decent light to snap a pic.


7 Responses to Little Houses

  1. Paula Dobson says:

    Your CASE is great Chantelle, I am honoured! Love the first card example too and want to have a go at that one myself! Thanks for the Shout Out!

  2. Wow fantastic cards.

  3. Wow both cards look fantastic.

  4. Hi Chantelle, these are great cards. It’s great to see some cards made from the sale-a-bration sets. Love your brayering. Will pop over tomorrow to see your other brayered card.
    Thanks for sharing

  5. Susan Joyce says:

    Love your cards Chantell, fabulous designs and colours.

  6. Nadine Potroz says:

    Oh I love these. Your use of DSP on the first one is awesome! Two very different cards with the same set.

  7. Sarah Klass says:

    These are fabulous Chan! Love the DSP ‘hills’ in the first one and the brayered night sky in the second.

    What a great pair of cards showing such different uses for one stamp set!

    S x

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