Monday, 30 November 2015

Mix It Up Monday: Farewell Thankful Forest Friends and Woodland Embossing Folder


It’s Mix It Up Monday again and time for another colour combination from my In Color charts.

This one is quite a pleasing combination but it presented quite a challenge as I had a minuscule amount of So Saffron cardstock… and I needed to make about a dozen of these cards! The tiny banners were the answer to my problem as I could punch loads of these and still have some cardstock to spare. They don’t call me frugal for nothing, you know. 



I knew I wanted to use the gorgeous Woodland Embossing Folder and Thankful Forest Friends as they won’t be around for much longer; both will be retiring with the Autumn/Winter catalogue at the beginning of next year, which is a real shame as both are favourites of mine. I’ll particularly miss the embossing folder as it’s so gorgeous - look at the shadows it casts in my badly-lit photo. 

So now we’re on the countdown to Christmas and, after last Friday’s festiva wreath class (more of that later), I have another class coming up this Saturday, where we’ll be making a fabulous “bendy” card in a beautiful presentation box. There are extra projects for early finishers, too. It’s a project of fun techniques and fabulous folds and you’ll be guided through it, every step of the way. I have ONE place left on this class if you’re interested - it’s in Horsley Woodhouse from 1.30pm-4pm and all the details, plus registration, can be found here. Hope you can make it!



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2 comments:

  1. Love your card and so sad that both items are retiring!! Jennifer, SU demo, Calgary, AB Canada

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    1. I know! It's such a shame, particularly the embossing folder. :(

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