Friday, August 15, 2008

BG Boxer card class

I am teaching a card class at a LSS tomorrow (Debling in Design) using Basic Grey, Boxer 6 x 6 paper pads mainly. These aren't the cards that are being made in the class (I forgot to take photos of those before dropping them off). These are extras showing more ways the Boxer pp can be used.
This card cracks me up, pardon the pun... Probably because Bella has recently learnt how to say "cheeky" only she says it is "cheek-ee" and so I must call this card, "cheeky" for that reason. Even Nat had a bit of a laugh over it and that is not something he does often about my cards!
Materials list:
Stamps: Poste cartal
Ink: Close to cocoa, blush blossom
Cardstock: Blush blossom
Patterned paper: Basic Grey 6 x 6 paper pad
Other: Sponge daubers

A male happy birthday card with a tie... Inspired by my FIL, really. He works from home but never dresses up like that for working from home! He's a trackies man in his office. I just loved how "officey" the grey pp looked and went with it.
Materials list:
Stamps: Occasional Greetings
Ink: Going grey, basic black
Patterned paper: Basic Grey 6 x 6 paper pad
Other: Sponge daubers, Basic Grey buttons
My take on the US "onesie" going around... I can't remember what I called these suit things when the kids were small (and it wasn't all that long ago) so I am naming it a baby suit for now! LOL...
Materials list
Stamps: Unfrogettable, Short and sweet
Ink: Basic black
Patterned paper: Basic Grey 6 x 6 paper pad
Other: 1 3/8" circle punch, scallop punch, brads
Taking it easy here today. Kids in childcare and I managed to sprain my ankle yesterday nice and good. My armpits are so sore from the crutches I am hobbling around as much as possible and pushing myself around on my craft chair the rest of the time... LOL, at least I can put a little weight on it today... This is what I get for going outside when it is raining to put recycling in the bin!!!!
P.S. Back soon, well maybe tomorrow with pictures of my next card class I am teaching from home.


Fiona said...

WOW - you've been busy!
I love the Christmas candles and those cars you posted are awesome!!!!!!!

Too bad you sprained your ankle - a good argument for the rubbish being Nat's job *grin*

Anita Meade said...

Lots of cute projects in this post Ros; you sure have been productive lately!! All this sitting around resting that ankle is paying off!! Hope it's feeling a bit better today. Have a good weekend, Anita. x