January 5, 2013

Happy New Year! January Card Class

Happy New Year everyone! 
Just a quick post to show a few more class cards.... In no particular order here they are!
This was one of the cards from my January class. This uses some new Stampin' UP items from the Spring catty such as the "Cloudy Day" embossing folder for the background, the    "Rain or Shine" stamp set and matching "Sunshine and Sprinkles" DSP. 
The girls also made three more cards using SU papers, inks and dies but some stamp sets with matching dies are not Stampin' UP. 
I used the Adorning Accents edgelits to cut the tablecloth for this card. 
Then the girls got to be creative and make two more cards which can or can not be necessarily a Valentine. 
I made several in each station to use as Inspiration. 
 The stamps, ink, and papers are all Stampin' UP, the dies are not.

And finally we just had to try the chalkboard technique which seems to be all the rage lately.
Well there you have it. I think they are all fun and the girls thought so too. How about you? 



Nancy said...

Oh Di, what a lovely variety of cards, don't know which one I like best, h'mmmm. Love the ones with new techniques like the chalkboard, very cool and of course I love the soup/bowl one fabulous colors, the valentine card with gorgeous die cut hearts, oh my, love 'em all. I bet the gals had a great time, which I could have joined you,

Christina said...

I bet this was a fun class! My favorite card is the second one--I just love the bowls stacked up! The cloud embossing is fabulous, and the heart cards look like a great way to use up some scraps. :)

Linda Callahan said...

These are wonderful - love the "tablecloth"!

Ann Schach said...

Oh my gosh! Such an awesome array of cards! Who could not have fun when creating these cuties!!!

Karen said...

Diane,your cards are so pretty. I don't have the stamp set that you used on the first card...but I keep thinking. It's is so pretty and feminine. I love what you did with the second set of cards using the soup can and the hearts. Very unique. The 3rd set using the chalkboard technique is awesome. I may have to CASE these. Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving your comments. They are always appreciated. Hugs Karen


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