Friday, November 9, 2012

My All You Can Make Christmas Card Workshop!

 I wanted to share the easy and yet cute cards that made up my half of the 15 cards that everyone made at my friend's and my "All You Can Make Christmas Card Workshop"! Look out for my next workshop because I will have them available to ship to anyone who isn't local or who can't make the meeting!


 
These two you saw earlier on my team's blog hop. :-) Wasn't that nice!?! All those awesome projects from all those different creative people! I love our Monthly Blog Hops!
 
 
 
My apologies for the blue card being partially covered. It does show the amazingly easy adhesive sparkle ribbon used to make an adorable little bow on this card!
 
   


The stamping of the background on this  card does take less time if you space them out a little more but I like the look when they are tightly stamped, and wanted to show it that way.
 
 
 
 I like the sparkles on one side of the sentiment instead of the usual four corners. It is still more simple than I'm use. With there being allot of first time crafters coming to that workshop it worked well though.
 

The picture doesn't show it but I did add ink to the edges of the sentiment to this one to finish it off. If it was for me I think I would have added some twine to this one.


This was the first time I had done the three layered stamping technique! I loved it! I'm not sure if I'll be doing it for another workshop but I love the way it turns out!


I also can not get over how this very simple card, looks so complete with only a tie in a tiny bit of ribbon added to it!!! I will never underestimate the power of ribbon again! lol



 
I had some extras of each card after the workshop...so what to do with plenty of copies of cards? So these 5 of the 8 I made are being sold in my etsy shop as a set! :-) You can check out my Etsy shop and see if there is anything that interests you (there are very few listings currently compared to what all things and occasions I can do) or you can just message me and ask about a custom order (I hope that you will ask about anything you are interested in having made that you do not see)!
 
All these cards except for the blue one was made with the Pear and Partridge paper pack, the October stamp of the month, and the stamp set that came with the Pear and Partridge card workshop on the go. Shop with me here for your supplies to make either simple or unique creations! I hope you liked these simpler easier cards that take less time during this busy season and less still look adorable!


2 comments:

  1. Thank you! Im excited for next year's Christmas Card Workshop!

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