Friday, 19 February 2010

Some projects from last nights workshop


Last night's workshop was great fun as usual, though it was a bit hairy getting home afterwards. It had started snowing a little before the end and there was a light covering when we came out. The closer I got to home, the thicker the snow and there's a steep road to go down on the last mile. I'm not sure who was most worried, me or the car in front that was going even slower than I would have preferred to do. Anyhow, I got home safe and the workshop was well worth it, I just love getting together with other crafters.

If you've stopped by for a look ladies then - Hi, nice to see you here! *waves* Please leave me a comment so that I know you were here.

Here are a couple of the projects we covered.


Recipe
Stamp sets: Greenhouse Garden, Occasional Greetings
Cardstock: Regal Rose (plain and textured), Chocolate Chip, Whisper White
Ink: Regal Rose, Chocolate Chip
Punches: Eyelet Border, 1-1/4" Circle, 1-3/8" Circle
Wide Grosgrain Ribbon: Regal Rose
Other: Pretties Kit

I used the stamp-a-ma-jig to line the flower detail up within the solid flower stamps. A piece of ribbon is wrapped around the chocolate border and then a shorter piece of ribbon tied around the first. The textured card and the halfback pearls (which I nearly forgot to add, lol) give the card a luxury feel.

This little Easter basket was the make and take that everyone had a go at. I had wondered if it was too early in the year to share it but I was assured that it was ideal timing.


Recipe
Stamp sets: Vintage Labels, Forest Friends, Occasional Greetings
Cardstock: So Saffron, Almost Amethyst, Whisper White
DSP: Tea Party
Ink: Perfect Plum
Punches: Scallop Circle, 1-1/4" Circle

Vintage labels was used to decorate the scallop background. The Easter bunny is on one side of the basket and on the other, is the sentiment Easter Wishes from the Occasional Greetings set.

The snow's melted here now, thank goodness.

Have a great weekend everyone.

Sara xx


7 comments:

Stampin With Steph said...

Hi - I absolutely love the colours you put together. Yet more beautifully crafted items. You rock! Steph xx

AshKuku said...

I loved the first card.... The colors make it look special as the tag..... & the basket is no doubts wonderful..... Lovely! as ever.....

Ash....
(http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

debbi taylor said...

Your projects are beautiful! and I love the colours x

Elizabeth said...

Sooo stunning Sara - can I come to your next workshop? :D

Hayley said...

Gorgoeus card Sara I completely agree that the pearls & textured card add a real feeling of luxury to the card.
x

Alex said...

Love the projects Sara, that Mother's Day card is lovely using Greenhouse Garden :)

Thanks for sharing, I hope you're well.

Alex x

lindyloo said...

Hi there the workshop was brill even if i got into trouble for talking lol (sorry)have got my new goodies. saving up and looking forward to next one huggies lindyloo x