Thursday, May 3, 2018

April Workshop

Howdy friends!

My bestie, Shirley, and I just finished our April 28th workshop. The way we work, we split the group in half. Half of the group will start with her, and the other half will start with me. When done, we swap groups, and go again.

I hate to admit that things were so busy that day, I didn't even see what she had her group create!  But....I thought I'd share what my projects were.

Most of these ladies are beginning stampers, so our projects have to be fairly easy to accomplish, and something they can have a good time creating.  It's always fun to bring back some older techniques, like...

Alcohol Inks

Shaving Cream Technique 

A little sponging and learning to use Glossy Accents

And of course, our participants always get a freebie or three to say thanks for coming!
Here's what I made for them:

Ha ha...Ghirardelli! Because one cannot create without chocolate!

Side view - holds a snack size Kit Kat bar because one cannot create without chocolate!

This one holds a single nugget, because one cannot create without chocolate!

Hopefully Shirley will post her projects as well!!!

Thanks for stopping by today,

Take care!
Patti J.

Supplies Used:

Card 1
Tim Holtz (Ranger) Alcohol Inks
White Glossy Photo Paper (Office Max)
Washi Tape, Butterfly & Heart Stickers - Hobby Lobby
Memory Box Die - 'Curved Happy Birthday'

Card 2
Taylored Expressions 'Iconic Wishes-Sparrow'
Distress Oxide Ink - 'Peacock Feathers' and 'Peeled Paint'
Shaving Cream (Wal-Mart)
Food Coloring - blue and green

Card 3
Unity Stamps - Itty Bitty 'Heart & A Bear'
Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
Hero Arts Sentiment - 'Wish you were here'
White Embossing Powder
Distress Oxide Ink - 'Worn Lipstick'
Spectrum Noir Marker - PP4


Glittered Paws said...

I just got my projects posted - what a fun creative morning/afternoon we had. Looking forward to our next class. Looking forward to making your projects as well - so cute. I love the bird and the teddy is just too cute.

Verna Angerhofer said...

Beautiful projects. Your talents really are showing forth in these beauties!

Cheryl W said...

Fabulous cards! How fun that you taught your group all these interesting techniques. I bet they were in awe of all you knew about paper crafting and card making. Sounds like a really fun day.

Beth Norman said...

Wow, you did a lot of projects. They are all so lovely. I'll bet the ladies had the time of their lives learning new techniques.

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Wow!! These are all AMAZING!!!!!!!!!

Donna said...

Beautiful cards Patti, if only I lived just a bit closer!

Sue said...

What fun cards and projects. Sounds like ;you provide these ladies with a fun and productive day of crafting and getting together. Awesome.