Finally, I am getting back to my blog! Technology issues have been challenging the past 6 weeks. As noted, I thought my computer had been repaired but such was not the case. It completely crashed upon the first attempt to use it at home. Now I have an new computer with a new operating system that has altered how some of my programs work…they just don’t seem the same. Trying to become a fan of Windows 8! Looking on the positive side – it keeps the brain challenged!
On to projects…the monthly card class was held this week and the focus was making thank you cards using the”Split Negative” technique. Below are samples of cards made in the class.
Split Negative Technique using Stampin’ Up! “Lovely as a Tree” Stamp Set
Lovely as a Tree Stamp Set
Lacy & Lovely Stamp Set
Early Espresso and Whisper White Card Stocks
Early Espresso Designer Series Paper
Early Espresso and Whisper White Stampin’ Emboss Powder
Early Espresso Candy Dots
Split Negative Technique using Stampin’ Up! “World Treasures” Stamp Set
World Treasures Stamp Set
Another Thank You Photopolymer Stamp Set
Pool Party, Basic Black & Whisper White Card Stock
Retro Fresh Designer Series Paper
Pool Party and Whisper White Stampin’ Emboss Powder
Scalloped Oval Punch
Large Oval Punch
Pool Party Taffeta Ribbon (retired)
Though Christmas has passed, I wanted to share a couple photos of package decorations that were made to use instead of bows. The recipients were wowed! The “Bags & Tags” class also learned to make these. Credit for the idea comes from Stampin’ Up! demonstrator, Tami White. She created a “Joyful Tidings” tag and the instructions were received from her. Since my packaging consisted of more traditional colors, I altered the concept and created the “Merry Christmas” tag decoration.
for stopping by…and don’t forget, if you have questions on any of the projects or products used, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be sure to check back later this week…until then,
have a great week!
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