Calendar Card, Christmas, Owl Punch

Yesterday’s Craft Class

Hello Stampers,

We had an epic Craft Class yesterday with 4 ladies thoroughly enjoying themselves and we had many many laughs along the way!

Here was the first card that we made ~ a Twisted Easel Tea Light Candle Card.

Tea Light Candle Card

and don’t fret, the tea light candle is battery operated, so no homes will burn down!!!

The next card we made included a mini calendar and post it note

Mini Calendar & Post it note Card

Then we some spare time at the end and the ladies were having so much fun, they wanted to make another mini calendar card but this time, a smaller one that I created myself. It also folds flat to be able to be mailed!

mini calendar card

One of the ladies who attended said “I don’t have a crafty bone in my body” but she was so proud of her achievements and so were the rest of us. So next time I hold a craft class, be sure to come along!

Happy Stamping,

Kate

 

 

7 thoughts on “Yesterday’s Craft Class”

      1. Thanks! And how did you do the easel part so the fold doesn’t show? I’ve done the oval punch but not a die like this, I love the die!

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      2. Hi Cindy, Sorry for the delay, but it took some time to work out how to write a tutorial so that it was easy to understand.Hope this helps.

        Many thanks,Kate Kate Morgan – Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Website: cardsbykate.wordpress.com Email: cardsbykate@live.com.auMob: 0419 702 702SHOP ONLINE 24/7 for Stampin Up!

        > Date: Tue, 3 Dec 2013 14:00:59 +0000 > To: cardsbykate@live.com.au >

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  1. Hi Kate
    Would I wonder if you would be kind enough to give me the dimensions for your last project – the calendar with the butterfly. I would like to take this one to the school for the kids Christmas project.
    Thanks
    Mary

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    1. Hi Mary,
      You can make 2 calendars from 1 A4 sheet of card stock.
      Cut card in half so you have two A5 pieces.
      With the long edge at the top of your simply scored, score at 3.5cm, 7cm, 14cm.
      Fold the 14cm & 7cm score lines as mountain folds, then the 3.5cm score line as a valley fold.
      I use sticky strip to join the two ends.
      I hope this helps.

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