Saturday, October 17, 2009

Lisa A's Christmas workshop

Good Morning...I pray that all is well with you today.  I would love to show you the projects that were made at Lisa A.'s workshop last night.  Low in numbers but great in fun.
The point of the workshop was to show the versitility of the stampset to work on cards and scrapbook pages alike.

I have used the stampset, "Holiday Lineup", (item # 111648, $21.95).  I used one of the three stamps to boarder the bottom of the page then colored in Blush Blossom, Real Red, Garden Green, and Chocolate Chip.  Added Versa Mark presents on the back drop which did not show up on this page due to poor lighting...sorry...add flag markers and Real Red mat for middle picture and there you have it.  Simple, Simple...a child would not have had trouble doing this one.

Here I used a different stamp and made a simple card as well using Real Red, Holiday DSP, Basic Black, Whisper White card stock.  The Slit punch (item # 104388, $5.95) was used to place Real Red ribbon on front.  The Stampin' Pastels (105542, $24.95) and Blender Pens (102845, $9.95 for 3) were used in coloring the deer.  This card was a lot of fun for us.

Then of course we had a very simple card for the newbies...fold, stamp, color, glue and you have a card.  Simple but cute. 

The last stamp in the set...the snowmen.  Colored using Night of Navy, Brillant Blue, Brocade Blue, Ballet Blue, Bashful Blue, Old Olive, Real Red and Pumpkin Pie markers ($3.25 ea).  Layered the card on Night of Navy and Ballet Blue.  Made a frame using the  Large Tag punch (#105934 $15.95) to cut out center and the Ticket Corner punch (#107214 $5.95) to give the framed look.  Added some Rhinestone Brads to give a little bling.
We had lots of fun at the workshop and hated that you could not make it.  If you would like to make any of these projects, whether it be one or a stack, let me know and we will set up a time to have fun. 
Thanks for visiting my site today.  Have a blessed day.

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