As you may know, I teach card making classes at the Georgian Bay Cancer Support Centre every Wednesday afternoon. I thought I would show you a couple of the cards that we have made recently.
These are the cards that we made last week:
The first card features the "Love is Kindness" stamp from Stampin' Up, and is coloured with Copic markers. The background was stamped with the Hero Arts Clings "Friend" definition. The card base is made from Stampin' Up Strawberry Slush.
The second card was created using the super cute Lawn Fawn stamp set, "My Cup of Tea". The teapot and cup were stamped with Memento Luxe pigment inks in Morocco and Pear Tart respectively. Both images were fussy cut and mounted with dimensional tape onto the background after stamping the steam marks, spoon, and sentiment on 110 pound Neenah Solar White cardstock. The teabag string was slipped through a tiny slit cut with a craft knife under the lid. A small piece of dimensional tape was mounted under the teabag to lift it off of the pot. The shadows of the teapot and cup were added with Copic C0 and as a final touch of detail, a generous dollop of Clear Rock Candy Stickles was added to the spoon to look like sugar. The card base was made with Stampin' Up Early Espresso. The patterned paper is cut from the retired BasicGrey Indian Summer collection.
I'll show several of the other cards we have made recently at the GBCSC in my next blog post. Hope you like them.