I've been a consultant a little over 2 years now and I've never held a card workshop, even though its been on my mind for quite sometime. Tamytha Jenkins one of my newest and becoming my best gal pal recently told me about a card workshop she was having where she created 5 cards that would be duplicated 5 times by all attendees. And it hit me, a card received is the best thing that can happen to a person to brighten a person's day and the fact that the cards are handmade makes them even more special. For about a week I've been designing these cards. All of the cards are clean in design, simple and thoughtful in nature. Promoting this workshop was easy, quality, quantity and fast. All the cards made for this workshop are products from the current Close To My Heart Idea Book (Spring/Summer 2012).
Card 1: Using Florentine Paper Packet; Quick Cards-Butterfly stamp and cocoa ink.
Card 2: Using Lucy Paper Packet, Hooray Bouquet stamp set, Cotton Candy, Tulip, Cream Brulee and Black Ink, and the Cricut Art Philosophy. Oh, and waxy flax and assortment pink buttons.
Card 3: Stella Paper Packet, Just for You stamp set and cocoa, olive and lagoon ink.
Card 4: Pemberley Paper Packet, Word Puzzle stamp set, Card Shatter Stamp Set, and moonstruck ink.
Card 5: Using Buttercup and White Daisy cardstock, Bee Happy stamp set, black and cotton candy ink, buttercup, parchment, blush, bubble gum and brown bag markers. Now, this is an older stamp which is still featured in the idea book and is perfect for a classic quick card idea.
Now, here's the best part of the workshop.....I'll have a sentiment station, that's right, each card was designed so you can stamp your own sentiment, either inside or outside. PLUS.....I'm opening my craft room to the public to use all my super fun, fun stuff. If you're interested, contact me today. Workshop will held on Saturday, March 17 at 11:00 a.m.
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