I haven't been a good blogger lately because of an event that happened last night. We had a card night at church.
There were close to 30 women there. Here you can see someone using the amazing Bow Maker.
We had to make enough kits for the ladies to be busy for 2 hours. That is a lot of cards people.
You are never to old to paper craft. The lady in the flowered blouse just turned 80!
In this picture it looks like they are all busy working away but let me tell you the room was full of chatter and laughter. I think all of the ladies had a great time of fellowship and creativity. We made over 150 cards last night. Whew, I was tired.
This is one of the cards from last night. I love monochromatic cards the key to using a card with one color is texture. I totally scraplifted this card saying and all and I am sorry to say I don't remember where I saw it at to give credit. When I seen this card I knew I had to duplicate it.
The labels are made from Spellbinders Nestabilities "Label Four" set and I used 4 and 5 die.
This base paper is 4.5 " by 3.25" and is embossed with the paisley cuttlebug embossing folder. The butterflies are from the Basic Cake cartridge cut a 1" and only partially embossed. I just laid the edges of the wings on the edges of the embossing folder and ran it through the Cuttlebug.
Here a few of the other card that were made last night.
Next week is busy crafting week for me also. I will be working at the Creating Keepsakes Convention here in St. Louis (it is really in Collinsville) I will be working for Nicole Petersen you can go HERE to read more about Nicole and see some of her work. I am so excited!
Okay, now to clean up the craft room. Ugh.
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