Hi everyone, these are the projects we made in my March class.
The first is a card I made using the hydrangea dies. The base card is Highland Heather, and then a layer of basic white. Then a layer cut with a rectangle stitched die, which I also used the 3D brick embossing folder on to give a bit of texture. I used the full hydrangea die as a base, in Soft Seafoam. Then the leaves, in pear pizzazz, which I also used the adhesive sheets, so to make it easier to adhere. The main flower head was cut from Purple Posy, and you can push out the petals to make it 3D. I also cut a few of the small flowers to adhere around the big one. A few rhinestones and Pastel pearls finished the card. I decided to leave my card with no sentiment, but of course my class attendees could if they wanted to, using what they had.Watch my YouTube tutorial
The second was a slimline card. A base of 8×8″, scored at 4″. I used basic grey. Then a layer of DSP- from the Hydrangea Hill DSP pack. 3 3/4×7 3/4″. Then a layer of basic white, 3 1/8×7 1/8″, which I punched 3 circles out using my 2″ circle punch. Also did a few ink flicks, using my grey blends. The set I used was ‘Zany Zebras’ and I fussy-cut out all three, popping up on dimensionals. The sentiment was from the same set. Watch my YouTube tutorial
The next was a photo frame which I cased from my wonderful upline Liz. Start with three DSP 5×5″ pieces. Then 3 basic white 4×4″. Place the white on the DSP and cut out a square in the centre. I used the largest stitched shape die. Then turn over the DSP and glue the white ‘frame’ that you have. Then fold over the edges. Then using tear and tape on three sides, adhere a square 3 7/8″ leaving the top, so that’s where you will slide your photo in. Lay out all three frames and then adhere your ribbon to the back, making sure they are all pointing the right way so when you hang it, the gaps to pop your photos are at the top, and the ribbon loop is at the top. Finish by attaching the little square from earlier that you cut out, and adhere over the ribbon(to neaten). All done, ready to hang! Watch my YouTube tutorial
Hope you enjoyed these projects, if you’d like to join next month’s class by post, just get in touch (UK only)
Thanks for stopping by! Love Jane x