Happy Monday! I hope you had a wonderful weekend. I’m still trying to recover from the Holiday Workshop at Carrie Blake Park. THANK YOU to those 54 crafters and volunteers for making the event so successful. Doodlebugs and I appreciate your support and look forward to our 4th workshop. For those people who couldn’t make it, we are having another workshop on November 6th. We have already sold 22 tickets so get your ticket soon. We have changed our program for the next event. It will be 12 self-paced projects (4 cards, 4 tags and 4 gifts) with no classes.
As I promised last week, this is one of my class projects that we did at the Holiday Workshop on Saturday. It is an easel card with an opening in the back so that you can place a battery-powered candle. It will make a beautiful holiday display, don’t you think? We stamped on a piece of white vellum to get the see-through effect. We used the negative part from the Top Note die for the easel frame and saved the positive part for another project to make a gift box which I will show you later.
Stamps – Welcome Christmas, Scenic Season, Pines & Poinsettias
Paper – Cherry Cobbler, Always Artichoke, Very Vanilla card stock, White Vellum, Holly Berry Bouquet Specialty DSP
Ink – Always Artichoke, Early Espresso, Cherry Cobbler
Punches – 1 1/4″ (or 1 3/8″) Square punch, Scallop Edge (or Scallop Trim) Border punch
Tools and Accessories – 3/8″ Quilted Satin Early Espresso Ribbon, Mini Vintage Tag, Wild Wasabi Marker, Cherry Cobbler Marker, Early Espresso Marker, Blender Pen, Dimensionals