Saturday, October 29, 2011

Just an Update!

Hi Everyone I have been so busy lately getting classes ready to teach at two of the stores in the Charleston area, that I haven't been posting. I know that isn't an excuse. I promise that I will get new stuff up on the Blog soon! I can tell you that I'm teaching the Graphic 45 Christmas Album and a 4 Card and holder Poinsetta class At Scrap Stamp Ink in Summerville for November and I have a 4 Card House Mouse with Flower Soft class at Stickled Pink in Goose Creek also in November. When I get the two card classes ready they will be up on my Blog for you all to see with dates and times. Thanks everyone and Happy Halloween!!

Sunday, October 16, 2011

G45 Christmas Empourium Mini Class

Hi Everyone just thought I would give you a peek at my new Christmas Mini Album using Graphic 45's new Christmas Empourium Paper. Just Love this paper it has an old world feel to it. I'm teaching this Album at Scrap, Stamp, Ink in Summerville on November 6, 2011 at 1:00 to 6:00. Please give Karla a call if you are interested in taking the class.

Friday, October 7, 2011

Fruits of Love Flower Soft Mini

Hi everyone I have been so busy this week working on a new mini album for Christmas using the New Graphic 45 Christmas Emporium paper. So I dedcided to put my Fruits of Love Flower Soft Mini on my Blog I taught this book for a class at Charleston Scrapbooking and Karla has a few more kits for sale now at Scrap, Stamp, Ink in Summerville, SC. I enjoyed using the Ultra Fine Flower Soft Colors and also used the Cricut for the title and all the fruit. The Cartridge Perserves which I had on loan from Amanda Phillips a fantastic designer in her own right. You should check out her Blog Thanks again Amanda! Now back to this mini it was so much fun to make I used Glossy Accents on all of the fruit to make it shine. This book made me hungry the whole time I was making it. It would be great for recipes or pictures of you eating your Grandma's favorite Apple Pie or Muffins. I have found I can use Flower Soft on just about anything and so can you.