January 15, 2011


The ATC Class at
is coming to a close.

I'm a bit behind in some of
the classes using different
techniques, but I'll catch up.
That's what is great about on-line
classes. You can follow them at
your own pace!

Here are three set's of
cards that I've done so far.
I'm really enjoying creating these
little works of art!
These cards were suppose to
use stamping.  Since I didn't really
have a stamp that I wanted to use,
I decided to use my Cricut Expressions
to cut my butterfly and dimensional wings.
I attached the wing cutouts just at the
middle section.  I made whole butterflies,
then cut in two. I was able to get two
cards out of one butterfly!
 I really like how this turned out;
even though I didn't use the stamp technique.

The next cards were made for
the class ATC Swap.  We were to make
nine cards, either alike or each different
to send to our ATC classmates.

Here is my design that I sent out.
I used different paper backgrounds,
but kept everything the same on each card.
I did use alternating gold and copper
This just has to be one of my 
fav's so far!
These were the first card set that I made.
 This assignment was to make
a basic card design. Then aging
and adding cut out vintage images.
 I also tried stitching around the
edge, which gives it a really finished look.
I call this set
"Look for the Woman"
Thanks for letting me share!
I do hope you enjoyed a bit of
my ATC cards that I made from 
my class. It was great to learn
so many different techniques.
If you'd like more information
on My Creative Classroom
check it out HERE.
They offer great classes,
at reasonable prices!

1 comment:

  1. So many cute things you've made! Keep sharing! You're so inspiring. I really want to learn to sew, just for my paper crafts. I love the look it added to your cards!
    Laura B.


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