What lovely weather we had for a short time today! It was lovely to feel the sun on my face, although it has grown rather overcast now, I am glad to have had the opportunity to get all my washing dried! I taught a full class of 18 this morning with 5 new cardmakers as well, so I was very busy, but so enjoyable! Talking of classes , todays cards are actually a couple of cards we did in a previous class of mine. Paper is graphic 45 Time to celebrate, and they are double easel cards. No other embellishing necessary, just the papers, a fair bit of fussy cutting, and a couple of ribbon bows.Looking forward to this weekend, when I will be making a start on Octobers lessons. Time is flying – it will be Christmas before we know it, and that will be the theme for October! Til tomorrow….
Here are the last two cards I have created with Graphic 45 Time to Celebrate collection. I will get back to this collection one day, but for now I must do a few more christmas cards. Lots of fussy cutting on these, and some ruffled ribbon on the top card and some kindyglitz too.Not much crafting this weekend – time has escaped me! but I did get my final lesson for january finished, so ahead of the game for a little while!Til tomorrow….
An anniversary card and a generic type lets party card today made with Graphic 45 Time to Celebrate.both cards have an amount of fussy cutting, and the top card has seam binding, the bottom card just a small ribbon bow around the balloons.I have one more class for January left to set up this weekend, and then I think it might be beach themed cards as the weather has been very warm here and all thoughts are on cooler places! til tomorrow….
It is a very versatile paper, this Graphic 45 Time to celebrate.. so far we have had wedding,baby, and now graduation and little girl birthday!The top card has lots of fussy cutting, and a bit of layering. the bottom card is much simpler with just a bit of ribbon and lace to decorate. I taught a class this morning, and normally when I get home I go into the card room feeling all inspired, but today is just far too hot, – about 38C at the moment, so I will be found curled up in my chair under the air conditioning reading a book! Til tomorrow…..