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Thursday, May 20, 2010

May Class - Part 2

Oh boy! Things are surely catching up with me! I had this post and didn't have time to complete the pre-posting, so here I am rushing to get this posted before leaving for work today! Here is a cute graduation card that we made. This wonderful idea did not come from one of my bright ideas (shucks!). I bought the instructions for this fabulous card from a gal named Kim Sinclair, who is a talented SU demonstrator. If you are interested in purchasing Kim's tutorial to make this fun card, you can find it right HERE. My version is a wee bit different as I wanted all of the cards we made this month to be full sized cards. Here's what it looked like opened up...
We also made wedding cards this month. Here is one of the three. The stamps came from a set called Blissful Bride and is available in the summer mini catalog! I have to admit that I didn't care too much for the samples in the catty, just that it didn't catch my eye. But I do love this set and am glad that I bought it! BTW if you would like a summer mini catalog, email me and I will get one out to you! (Claudia, your copy is being sent today!)
For this card, I used my embossing folder and added bling
Here's the inside of the card. I used the leftover glassine envelopes from last month and topped it off with a butterfly.
That's all for today! Gotta get off the computer and rush to catch my bus! I can't wait for some extra time to visit your blogs...life has been so busy/crazy! **sigh**

8 comments:

charlotte said...

Great cards, Teri. I can't wait to get my kit. I too didn't especially care for the samples in the catty but love what you did with them.

Brenda said...

Thanks for the inspiration Teri! Your graduation card inspired me to create my next CPC project. Can't wait to show everyone!

JackieLou said...

such beautiful and inspiring projects Ms. Teri. I would love a summer catalog If I may. I will email you with my address..
TFS..
hugs,
JackieLou

Cyndi said...

very cute and creative cards teri! one day i will attend one of your classes!

Joy said...

love that graduation card. haven't tried it out yet. and that wedding card is so pretty. I have a hard time making those. I should have some in stock...haha! thank you so much today for lunch! I owe you $$$! can't wait to hang out again...maybe this weekend? I'll call you! hope you enjoy the rest of your day!

1LuvnMama said...

What a great graduation card! Pretty clever and that wedding card is elegant and amazing too! :) Have a great day Teri!

eunice said...

Great cards, Teri! I especially like that graduation card...super clever!

Lynn said...

I'm always looking for a clever way to insert a monetary gift into a card without worrying that it will fall out. The use of the glassine envelope is a perfectly elegant way to present the money. Thank you for the great idea!