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Workshop Make 'n' Takes for SAB and the New Seasonal Catalogue

On Friday night I held my first proper workshop since re-joining SU.  It was more like a stamp class as all the participants got to make two cards to take home with them.  I wanted to feature items from the new Seasonal Catalogue, SALE-A-BRATION and the current Ideas Book and Catalogue.  This is what I came up with -
 
Make 'n' Take # 1 - Just Because
(14/3/13 - I've linked this card to the latest challenge at still addINKtive)

Guests could choose to do an alternative colour scheme to the one pictured above - Primrose Petals Core'dinations card Stock embossed with the Fancy Brocade embossing folder and a Pool Party Decorative Label behind the sentiment.

 
Make 'n' Take # 2 - Friends

This one was a lot quicker to make and both designs got the tick of approval from all the guests.  Inspiration for the second card came from page 13 of the Seasonal Catalogue.


 
Project Recipe by Catalogue -
IB&C:  Stamp Set - Flock Together, Card Stock - Whisper White and Primrose Petals, Punches - Decorative Label and XL Oval, Basic Pearls, White Baker's Twine, Dimensionals, Basic Black and Real Red Ink
Autumn Seasonal Mini:  Hearts a Flutter Framelits, Vanilla Flower Trim, Pool Party Core'dinations Card Stock and Sanding Block, Cloudy Day Embossing Folder
SAB:  Stamp Set - Vintage Verses, Pool Party Button from Sycamore Street Matching Ribbon and Button Pack


Project Recipe by Catalogue -
IB&C:  Stamp Set - Tiny Labels, Card Stock -Whisper White and So Saffron, Jewellery Tag Punch, Elegant Butterfly Punch, Basic Rhinestones, Dimensionals, Crumb Cake Ink and Sponge Dauber, Island Indigo Stampin' Write Marker,
Autumn Seasonal Mini:  Paper Doily, Honeycomb Embossing Folder, Needlepoint Border Embossing Folder, Tea For Two DSP, Hearts a Flutter Framelits, Bitty Butterfly Punch.


Thanks for stopping by,

Comments

albasier said…
Unas tarjetas preciosas!!!
Christine Blain said…
They're gorgeous, Bron. I especially love the first one, and may just have to CASE it, if that's okay with you. :)
Unknown said…
First, I am glad you decided to rejoin SU. :)
Secondly, I think both of those cards are amazing. I am not surprised they met with the approval of your guests!

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