Monday, July 23, 2007

All About U card class







Lauren, this entry is for you! Check out Lauren's blog: http://llaurenb.blogspot.com/ (...all the GOOD blog names were taken...) This is the class I designed and taught at Ashburn Family Scrapbook Center in Ashburn, VA. The owner asked me to design the cards around the new Bazzill scalloped paper. Of course I incorporated some Marvy/Uchida scallop punches too (I love those punches!) I also took a pack of the Sandylion alphabet stickers "U" and used all six stickers in the pack; hence, six cards :) The rub-ons and ribbon are American Crafts. Most of the people in the class are beginners, though a couple are intermediate/advanced. I gear the class to learning techniques, without overwhelming them (hopefully). So they learned two ribbon techniques, how to use the crop-a-dile (hole punch & set eyelets), how to use rub-ons, how to create scallops with a slit punch or corner rounder, and fun ways to embellish scallops! No prize winning cards here, but good to have on hand.



5 comments:

Corie said...

GREAT cards -- wonderful inspiration.

Tracy said...

i think they're wonderful cards and certainly show how to use that scalloped paper as well as teach a number of things to your class :-)

Ila said...

These cards are Wonderful! You did a great job on this class. I love u cards and these are great ideas!

lauren said...

hey june: "U R the GREATEST"!!!!! gotta love a blog that takes requests! :) the cards from your class are very cool! i'm sure the students (& the store) had to be thrilled--SIX cards in one afternoon--plus inspiration, ideas & techniques--that's good value for anyone's money!

Jean said...

these are totally COOL! u did a great job!