This was the last class for 2008 for the paper crafters. We had a selection of projects on offer today -thanks to Brenda - from a magnificent car made using an Arty Farty template, to a selection of Christmas cards.
This card was made from Cream card stock, matted and layered with gold card, and a piece of cream card embossed with the Christmas tree from Cuttlebug.
The tree was highlighted with glue (blue glue that dries white in a pen is best to use) and then glittered.
A border peel-off was used around the edge of the gold card.
A sentiment was put along the bottom of the card to highlight the effect.
The other card was made in two shades - using gold and silver card. An A6 white card was used as a base, and fancy metallic gold or silver card was used as the bottom layer, edged with peel-off.
The Christmas trees elements on the cards were made by sticking a peel-off onto acetate and colouring with permanent marker pen. They were then cut out and stuck on white glitter card, layered onto the base gold/silver card. The stars on the top were gems stuck on with glue. The small sentiment finished off the card.
Thursday, 27 November 2008
Craft class - 29th November 2008
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Labels: arty farty template, brenda, christmas card
Saturday, 8 November 2008
Advanced beading - 8th November 2008
This finished example was done in a gold and a bronze colour, but others were done in shades of pink, purple and blue, as you can see from the picture below, where you can see a bracelet in progress.
There is no class in December for the advanced beaders, but a sneaky preview of the project for January is here: a lovely butterfly necklace!
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