Once or twice a year, my husb and I spend a week or so in British Columbia. Doesn't mean I have to go an entire week without playing with rubber stamps! :P There's a rubber stamp store on Granville Island, I'm Impressed, that offers a Coffee and a Card class every week. For a $2 donation to charity, participants enjoy a cup of Starbucks and the chance to make a card. I've been three times now.
That's Eleonor facing the camera. She comes up with the week's card design and leads the class.
That's me, gluing (too much of) the ribbon for the day's card.
Putting the card together...
...and the finished product.
Whenever I bring one of these cards home, I always like to try it again, with my own personal slant. So here's my version:
I needed a thank you card for our cat-sitter, so I used colours that are a little more me, and different images. Music and flowers are related, right?
Happy Thanksgiving or Columbus Day, and thank you to the many participants in the past weekend's blog hop in support of Julie Ranae!
Supplies: white & Stampin' Up Riding Hood Red cardstock, Local King Rubber Stamp music background stamp, Hero Arts thank you stamp, Riding Hood Red & Brilliance graphite black ink, clear embossing powder, Cuttlebug tiny flowers embossing folder, Stampin' Up scallop border punch, Doodlebug Designs eyelet, dollar store ribbon
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