Monday, August 27, 2012

Recent Kid's Class

Last week I held my first kid's class for a 12 year old girl I used to do daycare for, and three of her friends.
This is what they created:

Inspiration for my bookmark came from this one by Chat Wszelaki.
We used paper from the new Flirty paper packet, and the sentiment is from Words of Comfort.
And the base for the bookmark measures 2 1/2" x 6" (cut at 2 1/2" x 12", and scored at 6").
The flower shapes were cut using the Cricut Art Philosophy cartridge.
And we used a black journal pen to draw on the faux stitching.
This one is a variation of an old stand-by - the stacked presents card - except by changing the ribbon, this one looks more like a 3-tier cake.
You can see my first version of the stacked presents card here.
And I have to give credit to the person I cased the original stacked presents idea from - Allison Ohran
We used paper from the Dotty for You paper pack, a past CTMH special.
The nice thing about CTMH papers is that the papers are double sided, so the girls were able to flip over any of the papers to create a card that looked slightly different from their friend's.

And lastly, this card was inspired by this one by Lynn Put.
We used papers from the new Clementine paper packet.
The owl is a punch from SU, and it's wings are from another SU punch called Boho Blossom.
The sentiment is from Just a Number stamp set.
It's an adorable card!
And the girls all had fun...  ;)
Happy creating!  :)


Karen Pedersen said...

What fun projects. I'm sure they loved them!

Linda Pekrul said...

Cute, cute, projects for the girls. Love them all!

Amy said...

OMG! Lucky girls to create such amazing projects! Those are all super cute! {I heart that little owl!}

Lynn said...

just adorable! Love the button balloons.

Mary Gunn FUNN said...

Sending you lots of happy and FUNN points!

Judy Faye Garner said...

Love, love,loce the cake card. TFS

Melanie said...

I really like the use of that pink pompom ribbon. I bought it then never used it. Of course the fact that I have two boys could be part of the reason. But this will be great on birthday cards. thanks for sharing.


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