Thursday, July 25, 2013

Card Class & a Little Update

Good morning! It has been quite sometime since I posted last, so I thought I would share a little update with you, and share the cards we made at card class this week.
I've been a little absent lately, but not without good reason! I'm working on many new projects and planning many fun things for the future. I'm also working on lots of posts of our wedding, and the many projects we did for it. I'm working to update & revamp the blog, prepare to open an Etsy shop, and doing prep for many upcoming classes.  I'm excited for the many changes coming, and so excited to focus more on my creative work. I'm so looking forward to sharing my love of Stampin' Up! in a much bigger way than before. I hope you'll continue on my path with me, and come back soon to see all the upgrades!

For now, I'll share the cards we created in card class on Tuesday. I had a great time with the girls, as always, and a great time creating these cards. As I've been on a bit of a time crunch lately, most of them are cased, with minor tweaks.

This card was cased from an idea I saw from Stampin' Up! Convention last week.
I wasn't able to attend, but stalked social media sites for updates! :)
I created this card with my Simply Scored and one of the Labels Framelits.
However, there will be a new product arriving August 1st that will
help you create this card with one simple turn of the Big Shot dial!
Can't wait to get it!

This card is very simple, but that's what I love about it!
I love the dimension, and the colors of the DSP popping out.

This card layout is cased exactly from another demonstrator,
and showcases a fun new way to use the Hearts a Flutter Framelits.
You might not be able to tell well, but the center flag is cut with the flag
from the Hearts of Flutter Framelits. The framelit isn't quite long enough,
but you just cut the excess off with paper snips, so simple!

This card is cased from Shelli Gardner, Stampin' Up! Co-Founder & CEO.
I changed a few things, but love the overall layout & style.

I hope you've enjoyed the cards, and I hope you'll check back soon to see all the new changes & updates!

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