Saturday, 4 April 2009

Down to earth

I’d forgotten to post this – this was one of the simple projects for a large class I did in Derby for an existing craft group. 

They are a lovely group of ladies - some of them are in their 80s and 90s and are still producing amazing crafts, including beadwork, needlework and more. They meet up twice and month and will have a go at anything.

We made three cards – one from each of three of Stampin' Up! colour families. This was the Earth Elements card and uses True Friend. The only ink used here is Versamark® - the colour comes from chalks, using the poppin’ pastels technique.

Stamps: True Friend, Polka Dots & Paisley
Cardstock: Pumpkin Pie, Summer Sun, Old Olive, Very Vanilla
Ink: Versamark®
Accessories: Stampin’ Pastels®, Scallop Edge Punch, 5/8” Grosgrain Ribbon – Old Olive

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6 comments:

  1. Don't you love finding a group of women who's passion of crafts rivals your own?! That's not easy to find! Your card is great!!

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  2. Very pretty! Love the colors you used!!

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  3. Lovely card - Poppin'Pastels give such a lovely soft look. Like the little ribbon tab too. CC

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  4. very pretty card!!! And I tooo love the colors on this :)

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  5. Sounds like an amazing group of women! Love this card - fab colours and I love the softness of the pastels. Kate xx

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