So for the next session of crafting at my All Day Class, here is what was created. I was inspired by something I had done at a recent team training and just adapted it which made it look very different.
I love how a slider card gives such a "wow" every time it is shown, such a simple process with the ribbon which makes it slide.
So again, papers are from the "Patio Party" DSP pack which is on a HALF PRICE offer on the retired list, but don't delay, lots of things are selling out fast!
We used the Apothecary Accents Framelits dies and also one of the ovals for the centre.
The gorgeous butterfly is from the stamp set "Papillon Potpouri" punched out with the Elegant Butterfly punch.
The "floral fusion" sizzlit dies makes beautiful posies at ease, here centred with an Antique Brad, so delicious!
A lovely layered butterfly to add dimension
And here's the slide in action...
The second project for this session was this note pad holder with pen, as you can see the base is a "perspex leaflet holder". I have had one of these sitting in my craft room window for ages, just waiting for an idea to come into my head, and this was the result.
The "Letter It" stamps were stamped then punched out with the small oval punch, yet again, another item that is sadly retiring so if you would like to order a set, just get in touch.
This time we used another butterfly from the "Papillon Potpourri" stamp set and some co-ordinating stitched satin ribbon in Midnight Muse
The border was created with the "Dotted Scallop Ribbon" border punch
Here's the reverse side of the spotty paper so that everyone could see how different it looked.
This could be designed in lots of different ways, it would look lovely with the Natural Composition DSP