Friday, February 26, 2010

Garden Visit

Still making cards in pastels :-) Can you tell I am tired of winter!!

This is the third and the last card for my upcoming "Spring Penny Black" card class at Cranberry Hill Mercantile in Sunnyvale, CA. We will make three cards in this class, all with new Penny Black stamps. To see the first two cards please click here and here. This class is scheduled for:

Sunday, February 28th, 12 pm to 3 pm
Thursday, April 1st, 11 am to 2 pm
Thursday, April 1st, 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm

Please bring your Cuttlebug, foam tape and your favorite adhesive to this class. All other supplies will be provided.

$30, 10 participants max.

Class Kits are available until April 1st, $35 each.

Please call Cranberry Hill Mercantile at 408-736-9151 to sign up for the class and/or purchase your kit/s.

This card measures 6" x 6".

My Minds Eye designer paper, I just LOVE their new collection!! Martha Stewart border punch. EK Success flowers and leaf punches. Stamps from Penny Black, Garden Visit 40-019. Cut with Nestabilites, then used die cut as a stencil and sponged yellow ink around the image. Colored with Copic Markers. Hedgehog's feet were stamped again on a scrap piece of paper, cut and popped on the main image. Diamond Glaze on the pot and on the snail's shell, doesn't really show in the pictures but looks pretty nice in real life. Stickles on hedgehog's needles and on the background paper.

All the supplies used to design this card are available for purchase at Cranberry Hill Mercantile. If you do not live in the area, you can call the store at 408-736-9151 to place your order over the phone.



Alice said...

adorable :) I love this card!

Sally said...

Fabulous card. I too am ssssoooo tired of winter. It is snowing and blowing big-time here as I type this post. UGH!

perelka111 said...

very nice card:)

Alicia said...

All of your cards for the class are so pretty. :)

It was good seeing you yesterday. Thanks for the instructions and the kit for the desk tidy. Since the weather is so gloomy this weekend, I will be making the desk tidy. A great rainy day project.