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Sample Cards for Class

Well the other day I said that I would post pictures of the sample cards for the card class on Saturday, February 25, 2017, so here they are. This time I decided to take all my samples from Pinterest, I didn’t go by patterns just the pictures that I found so they are a little rough but the kits for class are accurate and more refined.

This card is so pretty and I thought that you could use it for a Birthday, Easter, Anniversary, Wedding, Sympathy or Just Because card. This sample came from Sage Kimble over at Stamping Madly she also has a Facebook page and a Saving Time Video that has a lot of good tips for stamping.


Isn’t this Thank You card so pretty? I love the colors. This idea came from Shelly Godby over at Stamping Smiles.


The sentiment and ribbon on this card are very versatile to make this more casual for a Thank You, Birthday, Just Because, Friend, etc. This idea came from Beth’s Fancy Stamping she also has a Facebook page.


This next card is so cute I couldn’t resist making this one, especially since this was one of my most favorite arcade games to play as a kid, come on you remember Pac Man! As you can see I cut the long outside piece too short and had to glue a little bit to the bottom, but the kit will have the correct length. This idea came from Dany Piepgrass over at INKcredible Creations.


This one I came up with by myself and my inspiration came from a bunch of hair style pictures that people had posted on Pinterest. I love this crazy chicken and her hair/feathers and thought that she would be perfect for the different highlights and colored hair samples.


I also came up with these two different Thank You cards with that vintage sort of feel. I don’t think we will make this one in class because I am not really happy with the way they turned out but I still wanted to share them with you.2-19-2017-027

This is such a cheery card with all the bright colors and happy chickens. The idea for this card came from Michele Jutrisa over at Butterflys & Bows.


Now all these links I looked up for you after I saw the pictures on Pinterest and created the samples, because I wanted to give all these very talented women credit for their creations. Please be sure to go check out their sites as well and see all their beautiful works of art.

Thank you for stopping by and I hope that you leave me a comment below letting me know which one is your favorite and if you would like to see me recreate more Pinterest inspired cards/crafts.



2 thoughts on “Sample Cards for Class

  1. Hi Sheila I will be there and I’m bringing my friend Sharon who retired from AFH but is back part time. She has no experience but I told her she didn’t have to Marilyn

    Sent from my iPad


    1. Thank you Marilyn, I look forward to seeing you and Sharon on Sat. No there is no experience necessary, just come to have fun and socialize.


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