This is one of the cards I'm doing in my workshops this month and it's been a hit so far, so I thought I'd share it with you all and give the other soon-to-be workshop attendees a little sneak peek of one of their projects!
If you don't have a fun night out with girlfriends marked down on your calendar for October or November, why don't you tag along with me and meet some new crafty friends? You can be my "assistant" for the evening--I'll even give you one of my black SU aprons to wear! And the best part? I'll "pay" you in stamps--a discount on whatever you purchase that evening. No experience necessary!
This Rich Razzleberry and Pink Pirouette card is easy and cute... of course, I say that about just about everything I stamp, right? And sometimes you all don't find it nearly as "easy" as I said (although I hope you DO find it cute). But seriously, this one is easy!
TIP: I stamped the big flower from Blooming with Kindness once in the corner at full strength, then moved it over and stamped again without reinking, and moved it again and stamped a third time without reinking my stamp. It's called "stamping off" and it's a great technique for making it look like you have multiple shades of ink pads when you actually only have the one--clever you!
So how about it? Ready to don the apron and come to my workplace? Shoot me a message!