Monday, March 14, 2011

Another Christmas Card Class

Hello Stampers !! Welcome back to my ramblings.....

Before sharing my Technique Club samples, I wanted to share the cards we made at another Christmas Card Class. This past Christmas, I hosted 3 different Christmas cardmaking events. The first class was in October and focused on the Snow Swirled stamp set. The second event was in November and included the Delightful Decorations stamp set and 2 cards each of 5 designs. Lots of really nice things to do with this stamp set. Hope you like these cards as much as my stampers did the day of the event. I received several of these cards as swaps at various SU events or CASED from different websites. I'm so thankful there are creative people in this world because I don't have a creative bone in my body but I sure can copy !! Once again, notice how everything coordinates - ink, cardstock, ribbon, decorative paper, brads, etc. - all the hard work is done for you.......







I hosted one other Christmas Card Class in December, using a variety of stamp sets. Once again, we made 2 cards each of 5 designs. Over a 3 month period, the participants had completed 30 beautiful Christmas cards, with coordinating envelopes. Unfortunately, I forgot to take pictures of the cards we made at the last class....sorry !! You'll just have to join us next year to make your own cards.....ok ?
Well - that's it for today ! My mojo is stuck on my son, Steven -- he returns to the states TODAY, after a 4 month deployment - can I hear "Thank you, Lord !"

5 comments:

Jerrilynn Atherton said...

Absolutely gorgeous!!

Rene' Clive said...

Adrian! Love your creations. Truly inspirational. Just what I need to see. Thank you. Maybe a combination of this and Hartford, Connecticut, regional on Saturday will do it for me! Thanks for sharing. Luv you girlfriend! <3

Jill Herlihy said...

These are really quite amazing! I really want to start scrapbooking, but I'm afraid I'll get hooked once I start!

Anonymous said...

As one of the lucky people who got to do these sessions with Adrian, let me say what fun we had. The cards were fun to make, I have two new stamp sets for future projects, AND I got all of my Christmas cards done early this year! Woo hoo -- thank you, Adrian.

Mary Bordeaux said...

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