The class in May will be led by Jackie, and we will be doing three cards, utilising computer generated sheets for the decoration. Using the computer to make cards can be a quick select and print job using dedicated software, or any of the various CD roms that are available. But it need not be a quick fix - the key thing is that it is possible to utilise the potential of a larger amount of choice for papers and toppers than most crafters have room to store. And the card can then be elaborated upon, and embellished further with items from your stash. It's still crafting!!
The first is a very simple tri fold card, that features daisies and utilises a downloaded sheet from Craftsuprint.
The second is a plain square card, topped with topper, embellishments and complementary backing paper from the Debbi Moore Shabby Chic Victorian Botanical cd.
The third card is a square easel card, utilising a scalloped edge card base and a further downloaded sheet from Craftsuprint.