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….
Over the next couple of days I will post a few cards I made with Graphic 45 Time to celebrate, this time the two April sheets. I used a card front for this one, and did some fussy cutting, and just added a seam binding bow.In the craft room meanwhile I still have simple stories on the table ,left there from the weekend, and I am determined to finish all the bits and pieces I have left – so far I have made 25 cards with that paper ( not counting the 10 I have made for a class in may) .. I am inspired with that paper! 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….
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…..