So, I switched the elements of the sketch around a little - I put the image in the focal center, and the sentiment off on the corner - I'm such a rebel, lol. I floated it all over a first for me - edge-to-edge DSP as my card base! This is where the awesome new heavy Whisper White CS comes in super handy - I have no qualms about the sturdiness of this card, whew. And even though it;s a little hard to see, I also played with my Gold Metallic Thread for the first time, too. LOVE this stuff - I think it's more like a monofilament then a spun thread - it doesn't get any weird kinks or ravels in it even when you beat up on it a bit (thank goodness!)
Butterfly hint: our awesome new Bold Butterfly framelits include the outline for the body between the wings - stamp the body AFTER you cut out the wing arrangement, so you don't place it too high or too low!
Watercolor Wings Stamp Set; English Garden DSP; Heavy & Regular Whisper White, Blushing Bride, Old Olive & Pear Pizzazz CS; Hello Honey, Blushing Bride, Soft Suede & Mossy Meadow Inks; Circles Collection & Bold Butterfly Framelits; 1 3/4" Circle Punch; Gold Metallic Thread.
It's the most wonderful time of the year! Yay! OK, can you tell how excited I am that we got Christmas back in the "Big Book?" The very best thing this means is that we get to bring back our Christmas in July class - your chance to start thinking about your Christmas cards! Check out our little sneak peak!
Class is still on for Saturday, July 11 at 3 pm. Class will feature 6 cards for $25, and includes all your supplies, snacks and drinks, and a party favor from me! RSVP today to save your spot, or let me know if you'd like to have a make-up class if these times don't suit!