Card Organiser Book Class

On Friday evening & Saturday afternoon, I had 7 lovely ladies (which also included 2 gorgeous young girls – who attended with their Mothers) attend my first Class for 2009.

I taught them how to make their own Card Organiser. They each had a choice of using either Designer Series Paper or stamping their own images on either Whisper White or Very Vanilla cardstock. All the adults chose the easier option of using Designer Series Paper, while the girls chose the plain cardstock.

They all did a magnificent job on their organisers. Below are some photos from the class.

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Bonnie  has used the divine Afternoon Tea Designer Series Paper

from the current Summer Mini. Bonnie used Wild Wasabi for the covers.

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Christine has also used the Afternoon Tea Designer Series Paper.

Christine also used Wild Wasabi for her covers.

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Kels decided she wanted to stamp her own images using Very Vanilla cardstock.

Kels’ front & back covers were Basic Black.

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Michelle used the gorgeous Bali Breeze Designer Series Paper – also available from the Summer Mini.

Michelle decided to use Purely Pomegranate for her front & back covers.

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 Marion used the beautiful Ginger Blossom Designer Series Paper – available in the Summer Mini.

Marion used Ruby Red for her covers.

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Erica also decided to stamp her own images using Whisper White cardstock.

Erica used Bordering Blue for her covers.

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Tracey also decided upon using the Ginger Blossom Designer Series Paper.

Tracey also used the Ruby Red as front & back covers for her book.

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Here is everybody at Saturday’s Class showing off their beautiful creations.

Well Done Girls!

 

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2 Responses

  1. Well you all look as though you had a fun day and your creations are goreous, Keep up the good work, happy stamping, lots of inky hugs from Charmaine xx

  2. We did have a WONDERFUL time at your class, Margaret! And, it’s great to see us all looking like we had a Great Time, too!!

    Kels and I are excited about what you might have planned for future classes. 🙂

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