Saturday, April 7, 2012

Spring is in the Air—April Classes


Malachi has the Spring itch….planting a little greenhouse—which did wonderful then died cause he left it outside….and watching the buds open on our Crab Apple Tree…it’s fun to see him so excited about the beauty around him.  He also took pics of one of the tulips….IMG_8133





That makes me excited to share with you what our projects are for April’s Stamp the Love Classes!  I hope that you’ll be able to join us for one.




This bright card (cased from Debra Currier)

uses our new Summer Smooches Paper and Stamp set-from our upcoming catalog-available for early purchase this month.

And don’t miss this delicious Daffodil Seam Binding!






I seem to be into circles—well I think that the stamp set lends me to that.  I copied this idea from Erika Clark.  It uses our new Summer Smooches DSP and this new stencil of a flower!  Isn’t it fun?  Notice the little scoring lines at the bottom done with our fabulous scoring tool!  Oh, and don’t miss the great fabric brad in the center of the flower.   I want to tell you how simple this little flower adornment is:

  I punched 3 1 inch circles of DSP, put them on top of each other and just made lots of snips toward the center, poked hole in center for brad then fluffed the layers up around the brad!




Last, but not least:


I saw this idea several months ago and was so intriqued by the interlocking hearts.  It’s been on my list to do so this month, we are doin’ it!  Pretty simple—just one little slit in the turquoise heart and the other hearts slide onto it!  I love the color combo and don’t remember who to give credit to: Tempting Turquoise, Pear Pizazz, Cherry Cobbler.


So, click here to see what class you could come to this month and enjoy making these 3 cards or the scrapbook pages below:


This page again, uses our Summer Smooches product line.  Color combo that I came up with (imagine that) is Rich Razzleberry and Pool Party----love it!


the stamping is simple…one color then I punched out some little circles of pool party with our owl punch!

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