Here are the rest of the Cards I assembled from the Graphic45 Card Kit
I received from the class I took at the Stamp & Scrapbook Expo in Chantilly, VA!
Here the kit instructions! I cut them each out and put into Ziploc bags, by the months. You assemble the cards from the bags. Some pieces can come from 3 different months!
Here is a closer look at how they were to be cut out! This helped in hunting down the pieces I needed to complete each card!
Card #7 (Cards 1-6 were a week ago!)
I used my Layered leaves 3D Embossing folder on the Card front!
I added the Garden Green Baker’s Twine and an anchor trinket to this card!
AND I added the Garden Lane DSP!
This is as shown…the insides of all the cards, I made my own!
I love this Card! Reminds me of my Sister Linda! Linda loves Violets!
Lots of ‘white space’ on this card!
That little bird is ‘fussy cut’!
You can’t see it, but I used the
‘Subtle’ 3D Embossing Folder on the front.
Again, I used the ‘Subtle’ 3D Embossing Folder and I also sponged with Crumb Cake.
They showed their card sponged…so I did it too!
What a great Card for encouragement!
I didn’t have enough of their ‘pink’ ribbon, so I added the Ombre’ Calypso Coral Ribbon!
A great Mother’s Day Card…I trimmed the greeting down.
I wanted it to just say “Mother”!
I love seeing this card! It was this picture that made me want to take this class!
Love this one too!
Just a simple Hello card! Sweet!
That ‘sunflower’ is fussy-cut!
It amazed me how many of these cards used lots of layers and then many
that used minimal amounts of layers!
Just hugging her kitty!
I sponged this Card in the new Stampin’Up! In-Color Terracotta Tile!
I used my Stampin’ Blends, alcohol ink pens, to color in the pots and flowers!
I also used Pacific Point to mat the greeting and the square frame!
I used the Cajun Craze Cardstock to mat the greeting and the card front piece!
It doesn’t show up well in the picture, but those are 2 heart rhinestones!
ON ANOTHER NOTE:
Cards #23 and #24 were on Monday’s and Tuesday’s blog post, respectively!
All in all, I made 48 Cards! Remember, I make 2 each of my Cards.
I did buy the extra kit to do so!
I have many pieces left over! I am going to figure out how I can use them up.
The cards I have shown, all measure 4.50″ x 6″.
The cards I will make with the leftover pieces, will be the A2 size of 4.25″ x 5.50″.
But, I will do that later…I want to work on other challenges and just set this project aside for now!
Until the next Post…Blessings and Love to you ALL!