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Week 1 Class Cards - English Rose

Sorry for the delay in posting these cards but my darling son used up all of our internet for the month, so that he could download a game...grrrr! Thank goodness he's back at school now!!


These are the cards that we made in our first class. They are all made using the new Kaisercraft English Rose collection. The 12" x 12" scrapbooking papers sell for $1 each, with the exception of the flock which is $1.90 and the die-cut paper, which is $1.45.


Card 1

This one is made using the "Pearl" paper from the range, with Bazzill Basics Rosey cardstock. The 3D image is a Reddy Die cut from their twin (2 sheets in one pack) range. This is also available for $4.95 and you get enough 3D images on the sheet to make 9 cards.



Here is the card when it is opened.



Card 2

This one is made using Bazzill Basics French Vanilla for the card base. Then I've used Rum Raisin on the front, which has been punched with a Martha Stewart Lattice punch. On top of that I've used the Kaisercraft flock "Vera", which is just gorgeous. Again I've used another 3D from the Reddy Twin die cut.


Card 3

Now for this card we made ONE of the 3 cards below. All the sentiments come from the Kaisercraft "Charlotte" paper and there are 9 of them on one page.
For this card I've used Bazzill Basics Smokey again and the background paper is "Estelle".



The strip down the side comes from the sheet called "Pearl" and it's the reverse of the sheet used to make card 1.


This is second card I made using the same principle as above. This time I've used Bazzill Basics French Vanilla for the card base and Kaisercrafts "Florence" for the background paper.





And finally the 3rd card using Bazzill Basics Palo Verde and Kaisercrafts "Pearl".




As you can see I added some Kaisercraft gems in the top right of each corner for a bit of bling.




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