Well, this is what I did today……..spent a lovely day with a group of ladies from all over Sydney. This workshop (they have had a few by now LOL) I traveled to Bondi to work with Salina and her friends……….all 20 of them!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We had a great time, my kids and DH explored Bondi and also had fun. We arrived back home just a few minutes ago and dinner is sizzling away in the oven. Do you want to see what we made???? I’ll show you a card today and another on Monday (after I photograph it – I changed the design from the original…………). Now I was very privileged today as I had workshop guest fly from Kuala Lumpar this morning to be with us and another two from melbourne to join in the fun !!!!! See, the fun at my workshops is worth traveling the globe for LOL!!!!
Images © Stampin’ Up! 1990 – 2008
This card is inspired by the talented Alisa and highlights the lovely effect that Stampin’ Pastels can give to a card. The images all come from the one set – the best thing about SU! – Petal prints really is the most versatile set.The foxgloves have been stamped with versamark and coloured with my pastels and trusty pastel applicator tool (hehehehe remember just $5 !!!!!!) with pumpkin pie, summer sun and old olive mixed with garden green. The outline image has been inked with pumpkin pie and stamped over the top. My cropadile was used to set four little eyelets – one in each corner. TIFA needs one of these LOL!!! Hint HINT!! (I know how she can get one for 20% off ……….I can send her the forms today!!!) That image is then mounted onto wild wasabi CS and then pumpkin pie CS. The daisy outline image is stamped randomly on the pumpkin strip (with the samecolour ink) and the wild wasabi striped ribbon is tied around the strip. The card base is stamped with the same colour ink (wild wasbi) and then everything gets stuck down, after a bit of fussing with the daubers and the main image is on stampin dimensionals for added effect.
I lurve this card and can see it done in a hundred different colour combinations ——hhmmm an idea for a class. We could make a cover for them and use it as a gift…What do you think??? Want to come to a class like that???