Oh my gosh, I love this set! I told you before as soon as I saw this stamp set in the mini catalog my heart went pitter patter, and my fingers tingled just waiting to color it.
After we get back from our Stampin’ Up! cruise in April, I will be having the Bloomin’ Beautiful stamp set class, so I needed to get all my projects done and make sure I have all the supplies I need so I can concentrate on my classes this weekend, my taxes (ha!), and then my packing.
These are the projects everyone will be making, some are from my brain (yikes!), and some are cased or tweaked from Splitcoast Stampers. What do you think? There are only 5 seats left, it has been a popular class.
This is a card using the little scallop note cards. I love these little things. You will need to put them in a standard envelope, if you want to mail them though.
I like them to go with a gift bag, or if you give flowers to someone.
This card I cased from SherryLC05, I loved the faux stitching, in fact when I saw it the first time, I thought that it was really stitched.
Her card is better then mine, but this one turned out not too bad.
I love this framed picture. I did not have any idea what I was going to do with these frames when my BFF Tracy and I found them at Target, but once I saw the Bloomin’ Beautiful stamp set, I knew.
This is why I only have 5 seats left, I only have so many frames available.
This card was cased from my good friend Karen Barber. At class everyone gets a pack of Rub-Ons so I added that to the card. They are also getting Chocolate Poly-twill ribbon, so I changed that on the card too.
Class attendees also get a pack of Afternoon Tea Background paper, so I made sure to use that a few times too. This background paper is so beautiful, but I am trying to not hoard all my background paper and actually use it this year.
This card was inspired by Andrea Walford.
Well now that the class is figured out, today is work on my taxes day – blech!
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