Monday, January 9, 2012

Clean & Simple Card Making - Day 1

Guess what!  Instead of teaching a class...I'm taking one!  Best of all...I don't even have to get out of my jammies or do my hair!!!  It's on-line!
Clean and Simple Card Making will feature over 25 new card ideas and over 15 instructional videos.  It just don't get better than that...right ;)  Today is Day 1 and we had some GREAT sketches to follow.  It took me less than 30 minutes to get my supplies out and make these 2 cards!

I used my A Muse Studio Mesh Background stamp on Winter Sky solid cardstock with Eucalyptus pigment ink.  The card above also uses the Life's a Breeze set.  The one below - Sleepy Sighs set and the Heart Trio die.
Now...taking a good picture of my projects...THAT'S a different story!  uuugh!  I want an "easy button" for taking better pics.  Oh well...

All Supplies used for both card available from A Muse Studio.

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Stamps - Life's a Breeze; Sleepy Sighs; Mesh Background
Papers -  Winter Sky
Inks - Eucalyptus Pigment, VersaMark
Misc. -White Embossing Powder; Static Magic; Milwaukee Heat Tool; Signo Uni-ball White Gel Pen; Koh-i-noor Colored Pencil (to shade the sand dollars); Heart Trio Die Set; Big Shot; 3D Foam Adhesive


cheiron said...

Love these both! Isn't this class fun?

Stampin D Amour said...

Hi Lori - cute card!

Are you currently teaching any Copic Marker classes? I took that Certified class when it came to town...but, I learned WAY more from you when I took your class at StampWorks - you are an excellent instructor! xo

-pamela :)

Princess Judy Palmer said...

I so wanted to do these classes but that darn work thing is so consuming my life right now.

I really like your cards. I've been pondering the mesh background myself. I'm not a big large background person but I could see that mesh being a lot of fun. And of course I LOOOOOOOVE all thing sea related so your sand dollars rock!

PS... love the sea in concept, but gimme the desert. ;-)