I did treat myself to this lovely book, courtesy of an Amazon voucher, along with a couple of other practical purchases, for when I've figured out what is wrong with the machine. In the meantime I'll share a couple more cards, from my last class, with you. I enjoyed putting these projects together with my new Butterfly Basics set and I can see many more possibilities.
A one layer card, which is something I rarely do myself and even less in class. It makes people a bit nervous I find. Especially stamping the final image, if the others have all gone well. There's nowhere to hide. I used a nice thick piece of card so that it could be turned over for a second attempt, if necessary, and nothing would show. Knowing there's a "safety net" is all the encouragement needed sometimes.
Back to my usual layers with this one. The same butterfly stamp set as above, with the addition of old favourites, Gorgeous Grunge and the woodgrain background. You can't go wrong with kraft and I like the little touch of vellum. I just love the sentiment stamp and have been putting it on every birthday card I've made lately!
My next project will probably be an album with the photos from my niece's wedding. Project Life style I think, as I have so many of them! What's next on your list to make?