Wednesday, September 2, 2009

September Card Class Cards

Here are my other 2 cards I'm teaching at my card class this month! They both feature all new CTMH product!

The first card shows off the new Jingle papers, and the new snowflake "flurry" dimensional elements. I covered this one with bonding memories glue, then coated it with our prisma glitter. After that I lightly sprayed it with suave aerosol hairspray. Now the glitter doesn't flake off, but it is still brilliant and sparkly! :)

I wanted to show a simple photo card that could be easily repeated at home if my customers wanted to use this as their Christmas card. All attendees will receive a cutting diagram and shopping list to make 24 of these cards!



This second card is very simple, but a great friendship card (the inside says "you're special"). I used the Sweet Home papers and the new Childhood Portrait stamps (love these!)


9 comments:

rosegarden said...

Nona - I like both of these cards! Good job. I'm still on the fence about the 2nd stamp set but your card really brings out some of it's uses

Dana said...

Cute cards!

Janelle Janish said...

These are both great cards. Thanks for sharing! What is the size of the first card (the Christmas one)?

nonapearl said...

Janelle - it's a standard size card. 5.5" x 4.25"

Angela said...

Great cards as always! Now the question is, how did you get the prisma glitter on the snowflake without getting it all over yourself, your table, your kids, your floor...
:^)

Deborah Young said...

Super cards, Nona! I love your "new family" portrait. Sammie looks like a movie star!!!

nonapearl said...

Angela, here's a tip. Coat the dimensional in bonding memories glue, then pour on the prisma glitter. Shake or tap off the extra, then give it a light coat of aerosol hairspray. The glitter won't flake off! You can use tweezers to hold the dimensional to avoid getting it all over your fingers too.

LauraB said...

thanks for sharing your cards. I am trying to get a card class started and was wondering what you charge monthly?

and congrats on your newest addition!

nonapearl said...

Laura,
I charge $7 or free with a $20 order.
=) Nona