Friday, March 23, 2007

More Polka Dots & Paisleys plus an April Inspiration Sheet class sneak preview

Tonight we're taking a closer look at two more cards we'll be making at the Polka Dots and Petals bundle class on April 14. I left this card without a sentiment because it seemed appropriate for just about any occasion. This is a perfect example of a card you can stamp ahead of time and add to your "emergency" card stash.. Then, when you need a birthday, anniversary or thank you card, all you need is to grab the appropriate stamp and ink pad and stamp it on the card. You'll never have to scramble at the last minute for a card again! And the best part? The recipient will be so impressed that you made a card just for them, and they'll never know that you just had it lying around. What a perfect way to make someone feel very special without having to go out of your way!

The next card can also be used for just about any occasion, and I think it's such a happy card. I love all the scallops and the polka dots! The paisleys (or amoebas, as my husband calls them) are trimmed by hand, highlighted with the signo white gel pen and popped up on dimensionals. Isn't it amazing how many different looks you can achieve with just one stamp set, on wheel and some coordinating designer paper? This really just may be the most versatile bundle of products ever. And if you purchase this bundle before the end of March, you not only get the opportunity to attend the Polka Dots and Paisley class for only $5.00 (a $10.00 savings off the regular class fee) but also may choose any other item from the spring mini catalog at 50% off. What a bargain!

Tune in tomorrow for detailed pictures of the remaining three Polka Dots & Paisley bundle class projects. But before I go, I'm so excited that tonight I finished all of the class projects for the April inspiration sheet class! You can read all about this April 21 class on the events page of my website, and next week I will also post detailed photos of each project (not to mention that you already got a sneak peak at the triangle fold card earlier this week) but here is a photo of all of the projects grouped together. These are all made using the Four Seasons double sided designer paper an the Perennia Favorites stamp set. Aren't they adorable?

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