Monday, 4 August 2008

UIW Class Monday 8th August 08

Howdy again!
I am posting some photos out of order, simply because I am too lazy to think this afternoon. :)

Today we made a card that I had published quite a while ago in Stamping & Papercraft magazine (now called Australian Cardmaking, Stamping & Papercraft). I let the ladies all choose which coloured cardstock, patterned paper and ribbon they wanted, and the results are just fabulous!!!

Don't forget, you can click on any of the images for a larger view!

This is the original card:(Sorry about the image. I took a gazillion photos,
but it just would not come out crisp!)
To make the card, we used Geisha & flowers stamps (Stamp It), Ralph Waldo Emerson quote stamp (unknown), Stazon inkpad Jet Black, textured cardstock, Corner Punch (Heart) (EK Success), DCWV patterned papers (from the Glitter Stack and Pocket Full of Posies Stack) and ribbons from my stash. Oh, and bling, of course!!

And here are the wonderful cards that the ladies came up with:
Clockwise from top left, these ones were created by: Joan, Barb, Audrey & Heather.

Clockwise from top left, these ones were created by: Vivian, Kristel, Pat & Tina.

And here are all the lovely ladies, from left to right: Tina, Pat,
Kristel, Audrey, Joan, Me, Vivian (Vivian's carer Kerry) and Barb.

Kristel and Vivian are new to our Cardmaking group at Uniting in Work this term. Welcome ladies and thanks for joining our fantastic fun (and naughty) group. :) Hope you enjoy the term!! I know I will.

Thanks for stopping by today.
Happy Stamping!!



Jane said...

Wow that's great seeing all the different versions. I like your haircut.

Sue said...

OMG wow I love these cards. I love oriental stuff and I wish I had some stamps to do some also. Fabulous cards. TFS

Missty said...

Wow it is amazing what a different the changing of colour and pattern can make, all great cards.