Monday, April 21, 2014

Color Play - May Creative Cards Workshop

Have you ever seen a paper collection that you thought was really awesome, but the colors and patterns seemed too masculine/feminine or just wasn't a theme you'd typically use? This happened to me with Timberline - my first thought when I saw this paper pack was "well, I don't camp, so I can't use this for anything." Silly me. When I got a closer look at it, I started to realize that by playing with colors, I could make this paper pack do anything I wanted. So that's what May's card workshop is all about - mixing and matching colors so you can tell your paper who's boss. :)


You'll make 12 cards total - four each of three designs. What's cool is that each design has a feminine and masculine color scheme. Plus we'll be using Keyboard Kraft Alphabet stickers for the sentiments, which means you can put any saying you want on your cards!


Whether you come to a workshop or work on the kit at home, your kit will come pre-cut for 12 cards and includes instructions, Keyboard Kraft Alphabet stickers, Durables Triangle Studs and Colonial White card bases and envelopes.  Mail order kits come pre-stamped as well.

Class Information:

Dates: Sunday May 25th at 2pm
              Thursday, May 29th at 6:30pm

Cost: $15 for 12 cards

Additional products needed to complete this project:
  • Scissors
  • Adhesive
  • Pop Dots
  • Bone Folder
  • Sanding block

Click on the "Kits for Sale" tab to purchase.



Supplies Used:

Keyboard Kraft Alphabet
Timberline Paper Pack
Durables Triangle Studs


True To Life Stamp Set


4 comments :

Jean Wortham said...

I really can't wait to make these awesome cards... with the keyboard alphas, I wonder how many "suck on this", "bite me", "what was Moses REALLY like" and other snarky cards I can make...

Morgan Vogt said...

Uh oh, we're all in trouble. :)

Lynn said...

Love this idea! Really great design using this tamp set which I think of as a scrapbooking set, until now. got my wheels turning, lol. Thanks for the inspiration.

Jean Wortham said...

Actually, I plan to keep the wording off until I'm ready to send, that way I can choose the "sentiment" that fits the occasion. The snarky ones will be saved for REALLY special occasions!