My Stampin' Up! Classes

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Prepping for a 10-card class for What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday...


It's been several weeks since I've participated in Julia's What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday (WOYWW) event at http://stamping-ground.blogspot.com/, and alot has happened in the meantime. I've had loads of events - including weekly 10-card classes that keep me hoppin', spring break for my kids, and starting a new challenge blog with a friend called A La Card Monkey. You'll definitely want to visit and participate because I'm giving away a BIG BUNDLE OF STAMPIN' UP! GOODIES - not only to the Nature Theme challenge winner, but to a lucky FOLLOWER, as well. Isn't the badge I made cute?


Now for the cards I'm working on prepping:


Stampin' Up!'s Easter Blossoms stamp set with Greenhouse Gala dsp, Early Espresso ink, and Real Red, Daffodil Delight and Pear Pizzazz card stocks. The circle is a 3" die for the Big Shot.

New Paisley Petals dsp with Four Frames and Fabulous Phrases stamp sets, Scallop Trim Border Punch, Cherry Cobbler and Baja Breeze card stocks with an Itty Bitty Punch flower, Cherry Cobbler seam binding, and rhinestones.


I CASE'd this card from Penny at http://penguinstamper.blogspot.com/. It's all Very Vanilla (including the 5/8" satin ribbon), with Basic Brown eggs from Nature Walk and a sentiment from Teeny, Tiny Wishes. I used an aqua painter and Baja Breeze pad to add the color to the eggs. The layer under the eggs was run through the Vintage Wallpaper embossing folder in the Big Shot.



Plant Hope is the beautiful stamp set used on this card. I CASE'd - and simplified - an idea from Andrea Walford. The Woodgrain background stamp was inked in Crumb Cake and stamped on the Crumb Cake card front. The Early Espresso card stock layer was punched using the spiral punch, and the dsp is Woodland Walk. The sentiment is from Teeny, Tiny Wishes.

The final card for class is this Very Vanilla card with a strip of Springtime Vintage dsp, Rose Red and Old Olive inks, with the sentiment, teacup and saucer from Timeless Treasures. I CASE'd and changed it a bit from http://ilinacrouse.blogspot.com/.

Now your reward for reading through this long post? A chance to win a BIG BUNDLE OF STAMPIN' UP! GOODIES from A La Card Monkey's inaugural challenge. So enter a card and put the monkey link on your own blog. Good luck!!!


Here is the List of Stuff:

  • Garden Whimsy 8pc stamp set
  • Goody-Goody Gumdrops 19pc set
  • Picnic Parade 15 pc set
  • Stampin' Fun for Everyone 7pc set
  • Chocolate Chip grosgrain ribbon 5/8"
  • Fresh Favorites 1 Buttons
  • Baja Breeze Corduroy button brads
  • Chocolate Chip Library Clips 1/2"
  • Sweet Pea stitched felt flowers
  • Welcome Neighbor DSP pad
  • Baja Breeze 8-1/2 X 11 Card Stock
  • On board Blossoms chipboard
The bunny and basket are not included. Post this goody basket on your blog with a link to A La Card Monkey and tell all of your friends what great stuff I'm giving away! You'll get a chance at a second goody basket when you add yourself as a Follower (a photo of that basket will be posted Wednesday).

10 comments:

sasa said...

busy but creative - just love the first and last card best - great colours...
Thanks for sharing your space today. Have a fab week...
Sarah (sasa at 2)
www.blueboxbabe.blogspot.com

Rebekah said...

Right I'm def off to that monkey blog! Happy WOYWW hugs Rebekah xx (63)

MvM-design said...

Wauwww a very creative desk this week !! Nice cards!

Happy Wednesday ;-)

Cauliflower Cupcake said...

Wish I could take that 10card class I think I'd love it!
Was following you before you changed blogs so will have to follow the new one too now.
Happy WOYWW
Rebecca (48)

Caroline Hallett said...

Beautiful cards. Lots of inspiration there. First time to your desk... added you to my blog roll. Thanks for the inspiration. Caroline x

Elizabeth said...

Lots of lovely cards - very inspiring and I wish I could attend your workshop. Neat and organised desk too. Hope your week goes well. Elizabeth x #108

Michelle said...

Beautiful cards. Looks like I should have signed up for the class. I am so pleased to see how people are responding to your new blog. I am in the process of making my card now...just waiting for something to dry.

okienurse said...

WOW very busy place! Your desk looks awesome. Love the cards! The Sunday card looks like a chocolate delight! Thanks for sharing. Vickie #88

Holly said...

Great cards... That egg card is my favorite!

Angelfish said...

I love that Vintage Wallpaper embossing folder:)
Fiona x