Sunday, September 20, 2009

Thank-you~Merci cards

I try to take the time to make Thank-you cards after my girls Birthday parties.  I also incorporate a photo taking during the party as a keepsake for the invited guests.  Little girls like that stuff.  (Big ones too).
 This card was for my 9 year old, she loved bringing them to school and give them to her friends.

These ones I kept the same theme, as the Birthday card invitations, using all the same colours and stamp set.  It gets busy at time since both Birthdays are one month apart.

Sunday, September 13, 2009

Ballet ~ Birthday Invitations

I love how one special stamp can transform a simple invitation into a great one! Using a very simple pattern and 3 cardstock plus one B&T paper, you can make a set of 6 cards in less then one hour.

Products use:
  • Daydream B&T paper (only half a sheet)
  • Cardstock:  Sweet Leaf, Lilacd Mist and Blush (one 12 x12 of each)
  • Stamp set:  Dancing Dreams

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

September WOTG ~ Monthly Club

The first monthly WOTG started with "Animal Cookies".  This Scrapbooking Workshop on the Go features (3) double-page spreads.  The main WOTG double page layout is unique to this WOTG.  You also have enough products left over to make cards, from this same workshop guide.

For this new monthly club, I decided to work with the WOTG program "Workshop on the Go".  Since this is my regular group of ladies and they have been with me for 2 years.  They all have lots of CTMH supplies to use and enjoy.  To make this Monthly Club more fun, I decided to give them the option to use whatever level 2 packet they wanted.  We all work from the same WOTG guide but the paper choice is theirs.

These additional two double page layout can be found in your amazing how to CHERISH book.  I love to use up my Stickease to completed these layouts.  It was fast and fun.  Most ladies completed these layouts with photos by the end of the workshop.  Which still left us time to complete these lovely cards:

I also like to complete a more seasonal set using the same workshop guide and the ORIGINAL card making book.  See how versatile these workshop can be!  I used scraps from my very own cardstock stash and the Treetops stamp set to complete this set.