Here is a bit about the class (and you can find out more information HERE)…
Welcome to our latest challenge!
Well we hope that you’ll find these cards inspirational!! Hopefully they spark something in your creative mind to help you make something to add to our challenge?!
As always, please link your entries through the inlinkz tool.
You have until June 26th at 5pm EDST to get your entries in!!
Thanks so much for stopping by!
here with a special post today!
It’s DT member Cristina‘s 30th Birthday!!
Happy Birthday Cristina!!!
A few of the girls thought we would make a card for her :
For the couple of girls who couldn’t make a card today–they send their apologies and BIGGEST happy birthday wishes.
So please, be sure to comment and leave Cristina some birthday love–it IS her 30th after all!
We’ll be back at 5pm with our challenge post!
Hello crafty friends, it`s Tina here.
I love it when the card I send has a matching envelope, but I am not always in the mood to make and customize an envelope. So I will share with you, how I decorate the inside of the regular office envelopes bought in the supermarket.
You need envelopes, cardstock, plain printing paper and stamps that match your card.
Stephanie here, and today I have 3 cards for you! I used the Lattice Background three different ways to create three different cards. This stamp is one of my favorite backgrounds because it’s so versatile. You can do as little or as much as you want to it and it’s beautiful every way!
For my first card, I used the stamp in it’s simplest form. I stamped it with Soft Pool Shadow Ink to create a tone-on-tone background. Very simple and subtle.
For my 2nd card, I heat embossed the Lattice and colored it in with copic markers.
Speaking of using your stamps in different ways… have you heard about the new Online Card Class, Stretch Your Stamps??? This new class will show you examples of how to use your stamps in innovative ways and how to get the most out of your stamps! This class looks amazing — I know I’ll be there!