Today's post is for busy stampers who still want to make fun projects. You don't always have time to make a card with tons of layers, textures and embellishments. There is quite a trend now for clean and simple cards. Check these out:
This card features a monochromatic color story, multiple images and one image that is cut and popped up on dimensionals. Of course, he is the one who gets to have the googlie eye, too.
As if I don't have enough stamps, I sometimes use my acrylic blocks as stamps!
And... last but not least ...
You can add a lot to a card by using a technique called 'stamping off.' This creates a new shade of the ink color you're using and it can be very beautiful. The card on the left features a stamped and cut image (popped up on dimensionals) and placed over the ribbon. The card on the right is simple and elegant because of the images used.
Here's the great news:
I feature these kind of cards in my Friday 3-4-5 classes. So, if you think these are just what you need, come and join us. The next Friday 3-4-5 class will be Friday, November 9. Come and stamp for an hour and make 3 cards for just $5.00. You'll get home in time to enjoy family time as you start your busy weekend. Need more cards? Stay longer and create 6 cards for $10. or 9 cards for $15. I hope you'll give it a try! Check out my class schedule for complete details. By the way, some of these kits will be available at the Nov. 9 class. I'll have a sneak peek soon of some of the other card kits that will be available for that class. Come back and check it out!