Saturday, May 22, 2010

May Card Class

Thursday night saw me up to my elbows in embossing powder, ink, crackle and glimmermist, and ripping old books to shreds. Why...? you might ask? I was teaching a card class at SFTH is the answer. I worked the ladies really hard (sorry girls xxx, they did warn you I set a cracking pace LOL) and the results were fantastic!! 4 cards from 2 sketches in 2 1/2 hours... Everyone left with 4 new cards, a big exhausted smile, and I bet they all slept very well that night!! Now that the class is done, I can reveal the cards that I had placed a sneak of earlier.

Off to design my next set of sketches and cards for June....thanks for stopping by and for all the lovely comments- they keep a smile on my face all day long...stay warm and stay well.


  1. Gorgeous cards Corrina as always!! Really love the use of the old books and glimmer mist! and those die cut cogs are awesome!! Love them all!!! :)

  2. Wow Corrina some very beautiful cards! I particularly love the first one, did you make that stunning flower? hope you are having a great weekend over in OZ. Has the weather turned cold? my sis lives in Cairns & always warm there! it is a gorgeous warm day here in UK and is about 23 degrees! Hugs Clare xxx

  3. Love these cards Corrina, bet that was a full on class LOL...

    Love your previous post, great stitching over the webs - very effective, and the spiders do look pretty real ugh!!!

    Love the spider costume (boys and bugs eh!!!) - well done gf....


  4. Just BEAUTIFUL cards and I especially LOVE the LOVE one :)

  5. Wow these are just gorgeous my friend, congratulations on teaching such beautiful techniques, I wish I had been there, would love some tips using the mists, I love the first, gorgeous gorgeous stitching also, love them.

  6. Stunning cards Corrina! I'm sure the ladies were all very happy with what they've created. Love the use of old book paper too. :)

  7. Great cards, Corrina. The bookpaper one is definatelya winner!

  8. Wow! Corrina these are amazing. I would have loved to have done your class. Gorgeous work :)


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