Today I wanted to share with you the cards that we made in our card class yesterday, Saturday 9-17-2017. We had a lot of fun even though it did take a little longer than our usual classes, but when you see what we did you will understand. I think they all turned out so cute! Enjoy…
This is the first card that we made using a mix of new and old paper, stamps, and embellishment from Stampin’ Up. The DSP Spooky Night (144610)is in the New Stampin’ Up Holiday catalog, the little pumpkin and its hat are cut out of one of 12 x 12 DSP in the package. The stamp “Witches Brew with Scream and Sugar” is from the Merry Cafe Stamp set (144965) in the New Stampin’ Up Holiday Catalog. The hat on the back, the star stir stick wands and the little spider on from last year or the year before Holiday Catalog from Stampin’ Up called “Howl-o-ween Treat”. The little bats are from last years “Halloween Scenes” Edgelits Dies. The little Witch is from “Haunt Ya Later” stamp set by Stampin’ Up two or three years ago. The cardstock is Pumpkin Pie (145483) from the Stampin’ Up annual catalog.
Here is the second card that we made. The cats are cut out from one of the sheets in the Spooky Nights Designer Series Paper (144610) using the New Cat Punch (144666). The pumpkins are cut out of another sheet from the Spooky Nights DSP pack (144610), those were all cut out by hand (fussy cut). The Vintage Crochet Trim (144611) is also in the New Stampin’ Up Holiday Catalog. The spooky tree in the back is from last years Halloween Scenes Edgelits Dies. The cardstock is Pumpkin Pie (145483) and the DSP is from the Spooky Nights DSP pack. The sentiment stamp is from the Spooky Cat stamp set (144749) in the New Stampin’ Up Holiday Catalog.
This was the last card that we made and it is also a mix of old and new holiday catalog items. The DSP, the cats, the hats and the lace trim are all from this years Stampin’ Up Holiday catalog. The DSP in the background with the little house and bats is from last year. The little fence, flying witch, grave stones and bat are from last years Halloween Scenes edgelits dies set. The sentiment is from the “Haunt Ya Later” stamp set from two or three years ago.
Here is our last and final project we made, isn’t it the cutes? The idea is not mine so I have to give the credit to Julie from The Paper Pixie . I watched her YouTube video which was so simple to follow and she goes step by step from start to finish, including wrapping the nuggets. Go check her out and try your hand at making one of these adorable little treat boxes. They are the perfect size to give as party favors, co-worker gifts, teachers, or if you know you are going out to dinner then make one and leave it for your waiter/waitress – wouldn’t that be a “sweet” surprise.
Well that’s it for our class projects, aren’t they all so cute and fun for Halloween? I will be posting some of the other stuff I have been working on lately over the next few days along with pictures of the samples for next weeks card class where we are going to be making Thanksgiving and Christmas cards.
Have a wonderful Sunday afternoon!