I thought I'd share the cards I made at Michelle's workshop in Savannah. It was much fun and I really enjoyed it. This is the first one we did. Used a reverse mask to make the mountain...and look at the reflection...pretty cool.
This was the last one. We used Elements of Style stamp set on this one, too. A white pen was used to highlight the bird and flowers. I'm a big Michelle Zindorf fan. Her cards are very unique and uncomplicated. A lot of the cards I see on blogs are beautiful, but have so many layers, embellishments that I can't seem to keep up. The flowers that are being made and used on cards are very nice, but I guess they are really practical for mailing. The cards I make trying to keep up look busy and messy sometimes. Anyway, I digress. Hope you are having a great day and I wish you happy card making.
Thought I'd share this little post-it note folder that I made. I found this template somewhere and can't remember where. I need a better pen, but haven't really looked. The stamp is an older stamp set from PaperTrey Ink: "Autumn Abundance." I have used these flowers quite a bit. I colored the image with copics.
And that's the directions. I used a Cuttlebug embossing folder and inked it on the inside and then embossed with Distressed Ink. I think it looks nice. I've been following Jennifer McGuire's "Holiday Thinking Inking" classes on Two Peas in a Bucket and she did the same technique using acrylic paint.
I love the word books. I used s.e.i "Black Orchid" papers and some of the matching embellishments. After a road trip this summer, this book will be filled with memories. I had so much fun working on this. I think the papers inspired me. I just love them.