I've now completed my multiple Workshops No. 2's -- and we had a great deal of fun with these cards. I workshopped these cards because I wanted my customers to see the cute things they could make with them before they retire this week. I'm really sad to see some of them go because even though I'll still use them in my private collections, I won't be workshopping them anymore.
This card was inspired by http://wickedlywonderfulcreations.blogspot.com/2010/07/convention-greetings.html
Designed by http://www.laurazstamps.com. I absolutely love this stamp set and am soooo sad that it is going away with the Summer Mini 2010 catalog.
Designed by http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/1739774?&cat=19175. Knot Tutorial: http://barspaperpursuits.blogspot.com/2010/02/thank-you-sailors-knot-tutorial.html. Yet, another stamp set that I have come to love. Learn this knot technique was the coolest thing ever. Everyone in my workshops absolutely loved it. I think what I like most about it is that it really makes a great masculine card. I definitely need to work on designing more of those!
Designed by http://bon2stamp.blogspot.com/2010/08/my-garden.html. For directions to a “Whacked” embossing folder, go here: http://www.sandimaciver.com/sandi_maciver/2009/09/i-was-a-very-bad-girl.html. This was a very simple card to make, yet sometimes the most simple cards are truly the most stunning.
And finally, the technique I taught in this workshop was the Kissing Technique. Just in a knick of time as it appears the Sweet Scoop stamp set was truly designed for this technique. After making our technique card that we added to our ring, this is the card that we made using the technique:
Inspired by http://www.mysweetstampinspot.com/2010/08/we-all-scream-for-ice-cream.html.
I have some really adorable cards and a special project that we'll be making for my Workshops No. 3s. I'll post those soon. I welcome your comments.