I decided I wanted to reverse what may have been a more expected color order, and work with a black background - how to make the colors pop? This turned out to be SO hard, because I just don't have that many different papers or supplies in the challenge colors. I finally remembered that the Valentine's DSP Stacked With Love had Crisp Cantaloupe in it, and I figured I would do the sentiment in Pistachio Pudding. I had to fake it a tiny bit by using the palest Wild Wasabi blendie to color my white emboss for part of it. I think it matches really well! It still needed just a touch of something, and a quick dig through a stack of pumpkin boxes got me these pistachio sequins from All Shook Up. Yum!
Crazy About You Stamp Set; Stacked With Love DSP; Whisper White, Pistachio Pudding & Basic Black CS; White Craft Ink; White Embossing Powder; Pale Wild Wasabi Blendie (discontinued); 1" Square Punch; Hello You Thinlets; Pistachio Pudding Sequins from All Shook Up Paper Pumpkin.
I am so excited to announce this class - and I'm THRILLED with how our project came out! You will be, too! This month we will be making a beautiful corsage for that special lady in your life: Mom, BFF, inspiration in your life (maybe even yourself - you deserve it!) - to wear again and again. The corsage is made up with a sample of each flower type in the gorgeous Build A Bouquet Project kit from our Occasions Mini catalog, and comes with a hat pin and stopper for fixing in place. I have prepped each kit for us, and divvied everything out ahead of time to make this class ride on rails: I'll be working right along with you to help further explain all the tricks I learned along the way!
Class is still on for Saturday, April 11, 3 pm, chez Heroldt. Class is $20, and includes all supplies and instructions, plus snacks, drinks and a gift! Just bring your usual kit, and a hot glue gun! RSVP now so I can make sure to have your supplies prepped and ready for you! (And be sure to let me know if you need different dates - I'm always happy to work with your schedule!)