Tuesday, 12 November 2013

Holiday card class and Bloglovin inspiration

     When I should have been marking this morning (bad Michelle), I was actually checking out Bloglovin, and found an AMAZING card by the ever-fabulous Julie Ebersole at the Ellen Huston classroom (you can find the specific post HERE).  Julie die-cut a stag from the centre of a wood veneer tag, and coloured the shape with a Copic marker.   I used the same idea, but I wanted a white-washed feel, so I used Picket Fence Distress Marker to colour my die-cut sentiment. 
     I also tried an idea shown by Jennifer McGuire in the Online Card Class today - make a Z fold card, with a shape overlapping the front fold.  Jennifer also had a banner that extended from the front all the way across the card, so it was continuous when the card was open - I went with 3 rows of washi tape instead. 

 I'll be submitting this card to Lawnscaping's Sentiment challenge. 
 PS I have a plan for my exam marking - I mark 50 papers, then I have permission to make a card ;)  We'll see how I go - I know which I would rather be doing!! LOL!


  1. So Beautiful! I love the red and white, such a great way to use your washi tape! A lovely take on Jennifer's z-fold card!

  2. Let me guess - you'd rather be marking??? LOL!
    FABULOUS card Michelle :)

  3. Nice card--like the idea of the washi tape! The wood veneer tag is a nice touch.

  4. I saw Julie's card on Pinterest - so amazing. I love your white-washed effect and the red& white washi - really trendy! By the way, where did you get the wooden stars?

  5. Wonderful CAS card! LOVE your Wood veneer tag and take on the sentiment challenge! Thanks for playing with us at Lawnscaping, hugs, Karin

  6. Love your die cutting and the use of Washi tape, too!

  7. Oh, that is such a pretty Christmas card! Great take on the challenge (I really like the wood!) Thanks for playing along with us at Lawnscaping! :)

  8. So pretty! Man, I love that woodgrain! Thanks so much for playing with us at Lawnscaping!


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