Here’s one of the cards we made at my Girl’s Day/Night Out class this month. It is quite simple to make faux denim! All you do is take Bashful Blue cardstock and run your Night of Navy ink pad across the cardstock! First run it horizontally, and then vertically. Voila!!!
This would also make a nice masculine card, just omit the stamped pocket. The pocket is big enough to fit a gift card or cash.
The pocket dimensions are about 3 1/2″ x 3 1/2″.
Stamp Set: Best Friends Forever, Tiny Tags
Paper: Night of Navy, Bashful Blue, Real Red
Ink: Night of Navy, Craft White
Accessories: Silver Brads, Mat Pack, Paper Piercing Tool, White Embossing Powder, Gold Pen (non SU)
I have been a fan of Michelle Zindorf’s work ever since I discovered her blog. Take a peek at her amazing blog HERE.
Saturday was the BIG day when my friend Peggy and I went to take one of her brayering classes. I had already decided I probably wouldn’t be able to learn the technique. I have tried it and tried it but just could NOT get the hang of it! Well, to my surprise, I went home with projects that I couldn’t believe I made!
Here is a photo of Michelle and I. She is the sweetest, funniest gals you’ll meet. I HIGHLY recommend you take one of her classes! It was SO WORTH IT! She taught us many tricks of the trade, and I also learned what “atmospheric lines” are. LOL Here’s the first project we made.I won her first project, so now you can see our projects next to each other. I’m sure you can tell, hers is on the right, mine is on the left.) We learned how to add sky, mountains, and land in this card.This is the 2nd card we made. We learned how to make water in this card.The last one is my favorite, because living in AZ, we see MANY sunsets like this (well, minus the water, of course!) We learned how to add the sun and sunlight reflection on water in our card.I’m so excited I know how to use my BRAYER in this way!!! THANKS MICHELLE!
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