Monday, August 29, 2011

Cards from Workshops and pictures of attendees

Christmas pop up card using Sizzix Zigzag Pop-Up Die.  This die makes it so easy and fun to make a pop- up card.  You can see the video byKaren from Sizzix here! Selma has posted today the Scallop Pop Up Die and she also did a great tutorial on  how we did the Organza Fabric flower.  What fun!  Be sure to take a look at it here!

We use the La Blanche stamp and paper and the gals were amazed what a difference it made in the image.
I showed them lots of techniques with this card that I learned at CHA and it was lots of fun.

The mum flower was made using the Cheery Lynn Sunflower punch .  Selma is doing a tutorial on it later this week.  I taught gals to color and make their own paper at the beginning of the workshop so that it would dry.  Then we cut the leaves out of the paper for this card and embossed them with Utee.
The brick Sizzix Embossing folder is a perfect background and believe it or not it was done on lime green paper.    They also used a smaller Cheery Lynn leaf and poured a Utee in a Frame to make the square on the bottom right.  They loved that technique.

Friday Class
I divided the classes this workshop into 3 days which made it  much easier or everyone.

Saturday Class

Part of Sunday's Class.  Actually taken in June because silly me forgot to take a picture on Sunday.
These gals were all here with the addition of 3 others.

I will be posting some of the new products used on the cards tomorrow.


Patti J said...

Looks like a fun group of gals! And, Ms. Joan, you are a cutie patootie!!! Thanks for sharing the cards and photos with us!

A Consuming Passion said...

I'm sure everyone had fun Joan! it's great to see your pictures.....the weather looks wonderful! Great cards here today......Love pop-up cards off to Selma's~~~~~

Nancy Jensen said...

What fun! I soooooo wish I could attend a workshop of yours. At least I can drool from afar and see what you post on your blog. I just saw Selma's tutorial on the organza flower. OMGoodness! I'm going to have to try it for sure!