Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Online Card Class: His and Hers Day 1

Another online card class!  Yippee! This one is about making cards to suit male and female recipients - it is so easy to make cards for girls and women - masculine cards are a bit harder to do.  One idea from Jennifer McGuire is to adapt one card sketch to different recipients.  Here's what I did.

 Whne I first stamped the white leaves on this card, they didn't stamp perfectly at all, and I was almost going to scrap it and start again - but I decided to continue and stamp the black over the top - and now I actually quite like the fact that it isn't stamped perfectly! 


  1. Love your take on Jennifer's cards, Michelle! Isn't that overstamping technique fun - and it's forgiving too, which is twice the fun!

  2. Hello Michelle,
    I must tell you that as I scan cards made by students of the On Line Card Classes, I ALWAYS pick your to view. There is nothing to give me a clue that it is your work I've picked but I must say you give me as much or more inspiration as the instructors do. Thanks so much for sharing your work! From Cheryl, Redmond, Oregon, USA


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