I spent the entire weekend with The Stamp Market's Fun & Floral-y* class - I shared cards 1 & 2 with you yesterday but just in case you missed it I'll share the whole shebang here today!
It's enough that you are here - so please don't feel as if you must comment on each card, or at all really - just sharing my work! Ready set go:
When Amy said there would be 'lots' of die-cutting, she wasn't kidding - time well spent in my humble opinion!
There was one of those one-pass-cuts-a-million-bits of confetti dies in the kit -
surely they were meant to be shaken, not stirred...
Next up, a little repetitive stamping with another little blossom...
isn't that little curved sentiment the cutest grassy knoll?
Amy shared a terrific tip on how to make our own infinity shaker pocket -
don't tell on me, but I used one of my handy Waffle Flower pockets!
My bits got a little jammed up, but I was able to correct the situation...
Then a sweet little set of note cards using a fun stripe-y stamping technique on vellum. You all know me by now - I couldn't throw those negatives away!
Now you know where the confetti came from...
Here they are all wrapped up with their tiny little envelopes and a tag
ready for gift-giving.
For this assignment, we were supposed to cut more of those sweet little blooms - but I'm telling you my shoulder really got a workout this weekend and I had all of these leftovers from that shaker-bloom! So why not
a quick-n-easy sunny-side-up card - be sure to read my inside sentiment...
I heard you are egg-specting! Congratulations!!
Then a session of stacking strips of paper, die-cutting one bloom, and making a bonus tag or bookmark!
I even snuck in an extra snippet - remember that connected heart panel?
with one pass you end up with about 50 of these little hearts - see if you can find it...
On Saturday, Amy used this darling stencil to create a pop-up
inside her 1st card - my pop-ups always end up being really thick and hard to mail - but I did want to use the stencil...
ONE MORE - and if you stuck around this long, I sure appreciate it -
that little striped stamping on vellum made a pretty cute background
for this last bloom cut from another confetti snippet!
My trip to see the butterflies blooming was rescheduled for tomorrow - it's supposed to be clear and sunny all day so I'm putting off my laundry until Tuesday! Hope your week gets off to a good start!
ps. We were told these products will be available soon!