Or should I say…got classes? If you’ve taken the time to join in the free CHF on-line holiday classes, you’ll know that they have been so much fun. Nothing like getting ready for the holidays with a group of friends and learning something new as well. I now have last three on-line classes left to announce here. In each banner, you’ll see a sneak peek of the project. Simply click on the banner to find out more information.
Have fun! Check back tomorrow for a couple stamped card designs….
Good morning! Happy Thursday! It’s actually been a crazy week here catching up from all the sick kids. Everyone is now on the mend but I’m finding myself glad that I try to work ahead some weeks. My good friend Kim Hughes was so kind to step in as this week’s Ways to Use it Challenge Hostess and has a fabulous challenge for you here. Thanks Kim! I do still have a card to share with you today though. I created this design just for tun a few weeks ago and realized I hadn’t gotten around to sharing it with you.The Mushroom Lane images are so fun and whimsical and if you love to color, you’ll have fun with these.
To put a fresh spin on these retro images, I used the new Eva patterned paper from Basic Grey as color inspiration while coloring.
Quick Tip: When using busy papers, keep your lines and design fairly clean and simple so you don’t overwhelm the design.
Have a fabulous day!
–Mushroom Lane Post Office by Cornish Heritage Farms
–Journal Box (Rummage Bin line) by Cornish Heritage Farms
Black Adirondack ink by Ranger
-Brushed Corduroy Distress ink by Ranger
–Simply Smooth White by Prism
-Eva 6×6 paper pack by Basic Grey
–markers by Copic
-flower by Prima
-lace by Prima
-brad by Basic Grey