Thursday 11 August 2011

A touch of 'class'

Good morning all and you may feel a little deja vu passing over you today from this post here.  Well that was the prototype for these projects.  I always have a little play once I have decided what my next class is going to be.  Then several versions will be made and then I have a dry run of the exact project to work out the practicalities of running it in class.  The scrunched flower had to go for class due to the fact that it had to be wet and left for hours to dry! 

As you can see we made a lovely gift card holder (tutorial from Dawn Olchefske here) and matching card.  This class was based around using the Stampin' around wheels from Stampin' Up! and a 'wheelie' good time was had by all :D

Well back to the distressing tools and inks - happy days :D

Supplies from Stampin' Up!

Stamps: friendly words wheel and because I care hostess set. Ink: basic grey, basic black, whisper white craft and melon mambo. Card stock: very vanilla, basic black, wild wasabi and melon mambo. Accessories: basic pearls and very vanilla taffeta ribbon. Tools: fancy flower punch, 5-petal flower punch, boho blossom punch, scallop border punch, decorative label punch and little leaves sizzlit die.


Victoria said...

Fab projects Emma! Love this friendly wheel!!
Hugs, Victoria ~x~

Anonymous said...

Am loving your class! Top drawer and top class!! Your flower is delish. I love the White sponging too. Appears we're all having a bit of a flower frenzy!! Why does everyone with interesting classes live zillions of miles away. Quite fancy actually going to a class for a change!!!

Teri said...

Beautiful projects Emma! xx

AuroraDawn said...

Emma, I LOVE your class, I really wish I lived closer so I could have attended - Beautiful projects!

That wheel is on my shopping list this month for sure!!


Lynn said...

Gorgeous Emma. I love all the layers on the beautiful flower.

Kate Lewis said...

Emma, this is so beautiful! Your students are so lucky to have such a talented teacher and crafter as you!! xxx

Ann said...

Oh love these projects Emma - especially the card holder. Will be investigating that link.