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Week 3 Class Cards

Card number 1 was something I'd been requested to teach a while ago. It's a Bookatrix card made using the Bookatrix board from the Glitter Girls in the UK. I just love these cards, especially for those special occasions (weddings, engagements, 21st birthdays). They really are something extra special and honestly are quite quick and easy to make.

For the card I've used Bazzill Basics cardstock in white and two shades of purple and then the final layer is vellum. I finished the edges off with Starform stickers in gold.


On the right side is a gold foil scalloped oval from Spellbinders small scalloped ovals. Decorated with roses and a blossom from Green Tara.


On the left side is a Kanban Sentiments Topper


 Card number two was inspired by a card I received at Christmas from one of my students.

For this card I've used Bazzill Basics cardstock in a pale grey and coal. I've then used Crevat DS paper from  Kaisercrafts After Five range.


I used double sided satin ribbon for accents and a label from Spellbinders with a Hero Arts stamp.

The flower is made using Bazzill Basics coal cardstock with a Spellbinders small scalloped circle. The concertina flower is made using Kaisercrafts Tuxedo from the After Five range.


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