May 12, 2012
I spent the whole day (until 4:30pm) making
and then re-making
some place cards for a bride today.
I just COULD NOT get them as perfect as I wanted.
Then I did! Thank *&^@#$.
Here is a tiny little sticky beak – obviously I do not want to spoil the surprise for the lovely bride and groom . . .
April 23, 2012
I had a colleague (from my Austistic Bus run) ask me to make some cards for her – sadly she is leaving for another career. (Exciting for her though!)
Not only did it stretch my brain/imagination but also my technique ability. What would work, look good and be dry and ready in only a few hours?
Here’s the result . . .
The toughest element of the task? Most of the cards are for men.
So the cards had to be attractive, yet ‘blokey’.
My favourite of the bunch!
November 10, 2011
I’m pretty excited about this Saturday’s class. Here’s why . . .
20 Christmas cards, fully complete for $30. Noon – 3pm
Yep – 20 cards for $30!!!
I have TWO seats that have just become vacant.
Would you like them?
Call 9751 3940 to snaffle them up :)
October 6, 2011
Today’s class was fantastic, as even though we used some ‘older’ papers we came up with a couple of really diverse cards.
The first card had strong masculine colours and the second card will be excellent for a younger crowd. The girls were pleased as well, as both cards were very simple to make.
Everyone was happy!
These are Joy’s cards
and here are Sue’s cards
Hoppy was away being a grandmother, so the only cards left to reveal are mine :)
For the first time, I am going to list the products we used:
Product Details 6.10.11
and here is the template if you would like to make your own version
Cardmaking Template #4.ai
September 9, 2011
The girls excelled themselves this week. Just have a look at their beautiful cards. They are in order of Hoppy, Sue & then Joy.
Now here are mine . . .
This class was a continuation of my classes on recycling your scrap-paper pieces.
Here is the template so that can recreate it :)
Cardmaking Template #1.ai