Butterfly Card & New Techniques

Happy Sunday everyone!

This is blog post 2 of 3 .. I’m going for a hat trick today 😉

I have been playing around all morning with the different/new techniques I learned yesterday when I attended  the Card Making Workshop at Stampers Grove Thanks to Yvonne for teaching and James & Emma for hosting the workshop in their craft store

The first card I made is using a new butterfly trio stamp set that I bought whilst I was at the class, it stamps beautifully!

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and here is the card I created, using the new folding and cutting out technique from the workshop

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and here is a different view so you can see it from a different angle..

butterfly pop out 3

 

I made the next card yesterday in class, and today I finished it off by applying holographic embossing powder and some colour to the body, this is another gorgeous stamp.. you can find it here

dagonfly 1

 

the technique here is you stamp the image direct to the card base, then cut around the wings with a craft knife to give your card added dimension… cant wait to try this again, I will need to have a nose in my stamp vault to see if what stamps would lend themselves for this type of card 🙂

I also made another one of these cards using a stampin up heart stamp

just because 2

Then I had a go at a pop out card, this is supposed to be a stack of presents, you could also do a stacked cake..

stepped  card

 

I had so much fun learning things yesterday, now to put them all into practice!

I’ll be back later tonight with Shabby Sunday

Sarah 🙂

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