Monday, April 27, 2009

Card Class at AC Moore in Bangor, May 17th from 3pm to 5pm

I have decided to become an instructor at AC Moore in Bangor. I taught Accordian fold cards in April and thought I should do something simpler for May. This is what I came up with.

I named this card workshop "6 Simply Beautiful Cards". Since these cards are simple AND beautiful, I thought it was aptly named.

I used 2 DCWV 4" x 6"; The Spring Matstack and The Spring Glitter Matstacks. What beautiful papers! On the first one, with the dandilions, I thought I would just emboss the sentiment. The second one has a wise old owl asking "What's the word bird". LOL. LOVE owls!

If you want a closer look, just click on the picture.

For this next card I choose To have this bird on her nest, and she says "FRIENDSHIP (that means you chick). The next card has yet another owl sitting on a branch saying "HAPPY BIRTHDAY you old bird.

This next card is monocramatic and has the beautiful saying "with thoughts of you", I pop-dotted a butterfly to give it some dimension and put crystals on the dot of the I and the for the flower centers, to add even more glam to it.

This last one took advantage of the silhouette of the flowers, and just embossed in black "Thank you".

These cards have a sparkle to them that my camera (or should I say my picture taking abilities) do not do them justice. These are much better in person. LOL. Ya, don't we all say that?

I used 2 stamp sets from Inkadinkado: Garden Flower and Bird Assortment.

This card class has openings for 18 people. If you are interested, you need to go to the AC Moore in Bangor and sign in and pay for this class (or others). There is a project sheet that will let you know the products for this class (you provide your own supplies and pay a $10 fee for this class). How simple is that?

Thank you for stopping by my humble blog, and many blessings to you!

1 comment:

Pat said...

Wow! Kat, these are gorgeous cards! Looks like the students might have enjoyed making them. I know I would. Love you Sis.