On Sunday, I held my March downline meeting and invited a couple of customers from the crop to attend. Here we are working on the projects.
Since quite a few did not know a lot of techniques, we made two cards I created using the Bleach Technique. I used a two step stamp, Stippled Blossoms, and stamped the solid image with bleach. After heating the image to make sure it was dry, I stamped the second image on top:
And I used the Rolling Marbles technique to create the background for the card below:
The next project was created by Carrie Arsenault and Carrie showed us how to make this cute little Scalloped Tag Topper box/bag. The 2,4,6,8,Box was one of the first 3-D projects I learned to make as a new demonstrator almost nine years ago, so below is an updated version using the Scalloped Tag Topper punch.
Thanks, Carrie, everyone loved this project.
Next, Linda H. brought a shoebox swap card for everyone to make. Isn't it gorgeous? I love all the details.
Thanks, Linda, a great shoebox swap. I love the Hexagon Hive, remember to use a piece of wax paper between the Thinlit and your cardstock.
There were lots of items for Show N Tell, wished I took more pictures, isn't that always the way? Anywho, below are a couple I did get pictures of:
A vase full of flowers created by Pam Parker:
And a gel card created by Pam Elliott:
Hope you enjoyed our projects, we sure did.