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Thursday, November 15, 2007

Stamping Fun at Lauries!



It's the third Thursday of the month which means that it's Technique Class at Laurie's. It is always a nice time to get away from home and spend some of the evening with the other stamping ladies of our community. Laurie works hard to prepare for her classes and she always teaches us techniques that I don't think of doing on my own. Tonight we made a starburst card and Christmas card. The starburst card wasn't as painful as I thought it would be. However, it requires concentration. All in all it's worth the effort. I left the card sentimentless in hopes of filling it later to fit the occasion. The Christmas card was fun too. We used tissue paper to cover the snowflakes in the middle. It sure does make for a soft effect.

Thank you Laurie for the awesome techniques! Oh how I appreciate you!
Smiles,
~nance


Note:

I am still in the midst of working on the wedding scrapbook for a client. I am about to be done as far as I can go without actually having the prints. It's been a true learning experience and I thank God for the opportunity to grow. Thanks for checking in on me as I've been a little scarce lately.

21 comments:

Penny said...

Hello! I just found your blog through Arctic Living. Snowflake cards are my favourite and is this is beautiful, so subtle! I'm in England and it's frosty today which is very unusual for November. I would LOVE to live somewhere so cold!

chelemom said...

Gorgeous!!! Love those starburst thingys!

Tanis said...

Very pretty! I'm trying to figure out how you made that starburst though!!

Flossie's Follies said...

Beautiful, love that starburst.

2 Worlds said...

I saw this tutorial online
seems good but you have to have the tag punches .
But you did a excellent job.

kssdesigns said...

These are both beautiful cards! I'll have to check out the technique for making the snowflakes. It's such a soft heavenly look!

Jen said...

wow - these cards are beautiful!!! what fun it is to have a great friend to share with you.

hugs,
Jen

Jennifer said...

These are so cute! I love them and I am probably going to steal them...LOL!

Maria said...

Wow I love your cards! They both look very elegant! It's amazing what great ideas that people come up with! Very inspiring!

Maria

Aimee said...

beautiful cards...

Fe-Fe said...

These cards are both so pretty. Very sophisticated and just beautiful.

Fe x

Corie said...

These are just absolutely BEAUTIFUL!!

Sarah said...

The starburst technique is amazing and your card is just beautiful! I love the second card too...wow! Great job Nancy!!

Michelle said...

Both cards are so beautiful and elegant.

Rose Ann said...

Both cards are very beautiful, and I LOVE your starburst! Wow!!

All Pink girl said...

Beautiful card ,i love them both ,brilliant work,Dawnx

My name is Shelly... said...

Wow! You are so talented! I'll putting your blog into my favorites folder for sure! I really like your style.
So... question, HOW did you get your husband to empty the dishwasher?! I wonder sometimes if my husband even realizes we have one!
I have a blog as well that I hope you can visit sometime, when you have a minute. www.crafty-shelly.blogspot.com
I'll be back (said schwarzenegger fashion!)

My name is Shelly... said...

P.S. I've also added your site to my "Check these out" list of sites. I hope you don't mind!

malieta said...

Your card is beautiful Nancy and I know that your scrapbook project is going to be a "hit"!
It's pretty already.
malieta:)

Teri said...

Nancy, I love these cards! So pretty!

Laura Roth said...

Both cards are gorgeous! I love them. I will have to try that technique on the starburst card.