Friday, October 2, 2009

October's Card Class Cards

Besides the candy holders from yesterday's post, here are the other 2 cards we are making at Card Class this month!  :)  It seems like just as I'm finishing one card class, it's time for another.  But that's a good thing because I *love* to teach!  I have some room in both Monday and Tuesday nights' classes.  Let me know if you'd like to attend (those of you in the Seattle area of course!)

First up is my Christmas card for the month.  All class attendees will receive a template and shopping list to make 24 of these cards.  This is a special perk just for them!  :)  No, you can't have this one unless you come to the class.  There, no one needs to email or post about that now.  LOL.



Supplies are all CTMH: Jingle Creative Basics, White Daisy CS, Holiday Trinkets stamp set, Tulip and Blush Inks, Liquid Glass.

Here is the last card.  Funny, I didn't notice until now that both of these cards feature stamp rolling. That is where you ink your stamp in a lighter color, and then roll the edges in a darker color before stamping.  This card is super simple, and was inspired by a card on Jeanette Lynton's blog (she's the CEO and founder of CTMH).


Supplies all CTMH: Chocolate, Cranberry, Goldrush CS, Many Thanks stamp set, antique copper brads, chocolate, cranberry and goldrush ink, 3d foam.

7 comments:

Alanna said...

Both are so cute Nona.

Karen said...

Beautiful work!

Jessica said...

Stamp rolling is my favorite technique in the fall. I just can't get enough of fall leaves on everything and the rolled looked is just so perfect for each leaf!!

Sheila Bennett said...

Love the Liquid Glass drops on the ribbon - really is a nice accent.

Sharli said...

Oooo, very, very pretty! I am always drawn to the leaves - but I admit that your Holiday card is beautiful, too!

Jeanne said...

Nona, I've loved all your recent projects, but haven't had the chance to comment, sorry about that. I really, really love your leaf card, your stamp rolling is fantastic!

Thanks for sharing and have a fabulous weekend!

michele said...

Very cute!!