Let's see, since I last posted I had my Christmas Stamp-A-Stack. This is always my very favorite class of the whole year. And this year especially, because of all the absolutely gorgeous SU stamp sets. I mean, who can resist not buying them all. Plus, I mainly CASEd all my cards this year because between Ronda and all my Christmas swaps from fellow RubberQueens this year, I REALLY had a very hard time picking what cards to CASE. And for any of you RubberQueens reading this, if your card was not picked, it is probably because I decided to use it for my "personal" cards this year.
I have also been preparing for Ronda Wade's Holiday Extravaganza Event this Sunday. I get to do my favorite thing: Vintage!! Yahoo!! So I have had my thinking cap on since last week with visions of lace, ribbon, buttons, prints, and anything to do with paper (you know that is about all they had back 100 years ago). And mix all that with SU's fabulous vintage stamps -- wow, what a vision. So you just know what my next posts will feature. Lucky for me that I only had one day of jury duty this week, so now I can do a few more projects. And if I get really lucky, maybe I will need 2 tables to display projects (well, don't worry, that isn't going to happen).
Okay, I need to get back to creating, so here are pictures of 4 of the Christmas cards from class. I did alter a tiny bit some of those CASEd, but don't we all!
This was inspired by a swap from Carol Payne, but after looking at her card I guess I changed the whole thing but the colors.
This is a total CASE of Tamie Ackerson's swap card, except I used lace ribbon instead of embossing folder.
This is what the inside of the card looks like -- I really liked this design layout.
And another CASE from Tamie Ackerson.
This was CASEd from one of Ronda Wade's cards we did for the "Punches" Baggie Book. I did move the snowflakes from the bottom of the card to the top. I love this little snowman!!
My last card for the class was one I designed for a swap card shown in a previous post. I loved all of these cards and I hope you enjoy them half as much as I did.
Okay, I really need to get back and create at least "ONE" new thing today, or I won't even be able to fill up half a table with projects at Ronda's event.
"[Love] bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, [and] endures all things."
– 1 Corinthians 13-7