Friday, November 9, 2007

Can I do this?

Can I teach a card class? Can I stand in front of ten seniors at the senior center and instruct them on how to put together a card??? These are the cards I'm planning on putting together with them and I just hope it goes well. Of course, this one is the Criss Cross card using Beate's tutorial, and I love it! The "scallop" is made from a McGill daisy punch that I laboriously cut and pieced (a small scallop circle punch sounds mighty good right now!) The stamps are $1 Michael's stamps.


The second card was made almost entirely out of patterned paper. I cut out the pieces of the trees and layered them, adding some dimension. The stamp is a $1 Michael's stamp. I really like how bright and cheery it is!

8 comments:

Heidi said...

Very pretty Christmas cards!! I know you will do a wonderful job teaching your class!!
Smiles!
Heidi

The Stampin' Soldier said...

This turned out SUPER CUTE!!!

Erin K said...

These are adorable! I love the bright colors on the tree one.

You can teach a class! If you are anything like me (I have no reason to assume you are, but just for fun lets pretend) then you will be nervous for a bit then you will start having fun and get into it. :)

ps thanks for the toilet support.

Melissa M. M. M. said...

These are gorgeous! And YES you can!!! :0) Mel

Anonymous said...

Ah, Denise, you question too much - Just believe and go for it! What an adorable card!!! Well, for that matter they are all adorable - or beautiful or splendiforous!!!

I believe in you!
T

Fe-Fe said...

I'm sure you can teach a class, you'll be great, especially if these cards are anything to go by - they're fab!

Melissa M. M. M. said...

LOVE your blog. So many great cards! Thanks for stopping by my blog & requesting that tutorial. It's so fun to have someone interested. :0) It's up now if you're curious. Let me know if you have any questions & I'd love to see what you make! :0) Mel

Deb said...

The Criss Cross card is adorable. What a great idea can't wait to try to make one. Thanks for sharing.