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Sunday, February 14, 2016

Cards for upcoming class

Hello everyone.  I hope everyone is enjoying their weekend.

I thought I would share with you today a couple of cards that I will be teaching at our local stamp store - The Paper Pickle   on Feb 24 & March 2.  If you are local and would love to take my class, please call the store to register, I believe the March 2 class is almost full.





The first card I started by stamping the image (Penny Black - charming) using black memento and then coloured the image using prismacolour pencils.  I also stamped off one of the flowers again (2nd from the right) coloured and popped it up.  Sponging was done around the edges,then I used a stencil for the top right corner, and applied more sponging to get the design to show.  To finish off I added some glitter and sequins.

For the second card I used a memory box flower die, cut it out of white cardsotck, sponged the stem and flower using distress inks.  On the layer (just before the card base) I sponged some distress inks, kept measuring how much I needed to extend the ink by placing my die cut scallop circle in place.  One I was happy with the sponged area I splatted some distress ink with a paint brush (love doing this, I need to do this more, love the look).  I punched some butterflies using Martha Stewart's butterfly punch, added colour with distress inks.  Finished this card off with a rhinestone in the center of the larger butterfly and popped the flower up.

Be sure to stop back here on Feb 18th, this coming Thursday.  I am helping Emily from Stamping Bella out on her big upcoming release, so I have sneak peak to show you.  Can't wait to share with you.

Enjoy your day, see you Thursday,

Pauline

9 comments:

  1. Hi Pauline,

    Oh how I would love to come to one of your workshops. These two cards are soooo pretty.

    Much love,

    Shirley T. xxx

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  2. Oh how I wish I could come take your class. These are so beautiful. I think you could teach me a lot about pencil work. Can't wait to see what you've created for the release. Hugs!

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  3. These are both so pretty and I would totally take one of your classes if I lived just a little bit closer! OMGOsh I can't wait til Thursday now!!!!!! It's only day two and I'm loving what I see! Enjoy your day!

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  4. Wowie, beautiful! Such perfect sponging, and love the stamp in the blue card! Again with the flawless pencil coloring, too. I need to do some of that splatty paint flicking. I always love how it looks, but picture it all over everything, teehee. Maybe if I put up a splatter shield. If I were to take your class I would buy everything you used. Hey, I'll be looking forward to the 18th!

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  5. Oh, Pauline, what gorgeous cards, and I want to go to yours classes (Oops, no thanks - LOL! You live up in the cold area...hehe!). But truly, I love these cards and know your attendees will love making them. Beautiful sponging and stenciling, and I especially love the PB Charming stamp. Sending up warm hugs, sweet friend!

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  6. Ooooo, I wanna come! Can I? Can I? :) I know this will be such a fun class...your cards are absolutely beautiful and with your sweet spirit how could it not be anything but amazing?! Sending hugs your way, Pauline! :)

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  7. Both of these are very pretty. I like the blue one more (favorite color) these will be a hit at the class.

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  8. It was a great class. Cards are more beautiful in real life. Thanks for sharing your time and talent Pauline. Looking forward to your next class.

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