Here are the 4 different cards we will be making at my upcoming birthday card class. When everyone is finished with the class they will be taking home 8 cards total. They will have 2 cards of each of the 4 different designs.
I am always amazed. It seems like the one that is my least favorite, ends up being one that my family likes. We sure do have different tastes, probably a very good thing too.
For this first card you see I used night of navy, brocade blue, basic gray, and naturals white cardstock. The stamp sets I used were fifth avenue floral and well scripted. Tools I used were the big shot, sizzlits lots of tags, ticket corner punch, eyelet border punch, and the wide oval punch. The only accessory is brocade blue 5/8" grosgrain ribbon.
For the 2nd card below, I used cameo coral, chocolate chip, real red, whisper white, and pink flamingo dsp. The stamp sets I used were out of the box and voila. For tools I used the big shot, bigz die two tags, white gel pen, scallop border punch, scallop circle punch, 1 3/4" circle punch, 1 1/4" circle punch, and the 1/16" hole punch. For accessories I used a real red brad from the bold brights and 5/8" chocolate chip grosgrain ribbon.
For the 3rd card I used taken with teal, pumpkin pie, whisper white, and sweet pea dsp. The stamp sets I used were fun & fast notes and sincere salutations. For tools I used the large oval punch and the scallop oval punch.
I wanted this to be a simple card. This is my least favorite, but my husband said he likes the color. Seeing this card in person looks much better than it does on here.
For cardstock I used apricot appeal, basic black, sage shadow, basic gray, and nouveau chic. For tools I used the color spritzer tool, large and small star punches, the modern label punch, and the word window punch. For accessories I used basic black brads and 1/4" sage shadow grosgrain ribbon. I do not know what it is, but I love the nouveau chic dsp. I will miss some of the colors they are phasing out. Yes, it will be nice having new colors too.