Happy Hump Day Everyone!
I'm excited about this being the middle of the week even though Bianca is still home with a fever. This virus is tough but hopefully it will leave her system soon!!
The cards I'm showing you today are the ones we did last night for my Monthly Technique Class. This month we finished up the resists---crayon & glossy & we also did the wheels for backgrounds. Next month we'll focus on the brayer...that should be fun!!
Well I better get started on my day....wake Brandon up so he can go to school & Lil' Reggie too---woohooo!!!!! I'll have Bianca all to myself & I'm hoping some herbal teas will make her feel better. Thanks so much for stopping by and have a great rest of the day!!!
Essence of Love & Embrace Life ss; Pale Plum, Glossy White, Always Artichoke, Whisper White, Mellow Moss, Kiwi Kiss & Blush Blossom cs; Basic Black, Pale Plum, Always Artichoke, Mellow Moss, Versamark, Barely Banana, Apricot Appeal, Kiwi Kiss, Blush Blossom & Chocolate Chip ink; Big Shot; Little Leaves, Scallop #2 & Circles Dies; Scallop Oval, Eyelet Border & Large Oval Punches; Whisper White, Mellow Moss & Kiwi Kiss Satin Ribbon; White Gelly Roll Pen; Vintage Brads; Blush Blossom SU! Marker, Blender Pen; Crystal Effects & crayon
My little corner in cyberspace to share my passion of rubber stamping and scrapbooking with you. ENJOY!!!
Wednesday, March 25, 2009
Labels: class projects
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These are all so great Jackie. I'm glad you got a lot done last night. I have nothing to show for my time except a colored image *LOL*ReplyDelete
Gorgeous cards, all three! Need to learn that technique.ReplyDelete
So sorry to hear your daughter is still sick, these are some strange viruses out there this year. Take care of yourself, too!
These are fabulous! Haven't tried that technique! Wish you lived closer... I'd be at all your workshops / stamp camps!ReplyDelete
Hope DD is better soon. Have her make herself a get well card!
Weren't you just the busy little bee? All these cards are wonderful! Hope you baby feels better soon!ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards Jackie! Hope Bianca feels better soon!ReplyDelete
All of these are beautiful!!!ReplyDelete
I love these cards! You did a fabulous job!ReplyDelete
These are all so beautiful, Jackie! I love the bit of extra elegance that eyelet border punch adds to a card.ReplyDelete
I hope Bianca is feeling better.
Beautiful cards! Thanks for visiting my blog!ReplyDelete
WOW!! What beautiful cards, Jackie....such pretty colors, images, and details!!! Wish I could come to one of your technique classes!!! Sure hope your DD feels better soon!!!ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards. I really need to try this technique. Such gorgeous results. I hope Bianca gets to feeling better soon!ReplyDelete
Awesome Cards Jackie!!!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous cards Jackie that new punch is positively yummy. M xxxReplyDelete
gorgeous cards, the purple's my fave :0)ReplyDelete
tell Bianca I hope she's feeling better VERY soon, take care :0)
Really pretty cards. Sound like a great class. I just bought a brayer. I need your class!ReplyDelete
These are so nice! I wish I lived closer so I could take your classes. You have the best projects.ReplyDelete
I love the card in the middle. I forget to use Barely Banana. One of my goals is to try to use different colors. I lovin' that scallop oval punch!ReplyDelete
so very pretty! I always forget about this technique and just love the effects.ReplyDelete
WOWZER Jackie!! These are so stunning!! You did such a beautiful job on each one!! :) TFS the great techniques you've used!ReplyDelete
These are gorgeous, Jackie!ReplyDelete
Love all these cards! It looks like your monthly technique class was awesome! TYFS!ReplyDelete