Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Annie's Prezzie

This is a project I made for a class I was teaching at my church group. I had three cards that they made with three different techniques - this one was more simplified for the class and didn't include the chippies or image and I was demonstrating that a card without an image is just as fun. ;D I only cautioned them on which page from the dictionary they ripped out.

After the class was finished I added the image and chippies to finish the card with an extra touch. The image I used is Annie's Prezzie from Tiddly Inks and the chippies are from Make it Crafty. I kept with a basic color scheme of the paper then added purple as a coordinating color which also tied in the flower.

The class was successful and the gals learned the basics of card making and a variety of simple techniques. The other two cards that we made were Riley and From the Desk Of that I previously posted.

Finally this is another card that my daughter created and she we wanted to enter it into the Simon Says Stamp Summer Holiday Kids Challenge for this month. Lydia used the image Adela and Dida Inventing from Little Miss Muffet Stamps and created everything on her own. Enjoy!


  1. Such a wonderful creation, fantastic coloring and I love the flower. :)

  2. Love Annie's prezzie in these colors and the little one's card is precious too. :)

  3. Tell Lydia that Aunt Sally thinks her card is awesome!!

  4. Gorgeous card Lydia :-) the image is beautiful and the colours are lovely :-)

    thanks for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Children's Challenge :-)
    Lols x x x
    your card is fantastic too Barbara :-) I love the image and the dictionary paper ,, gorgeous :-)



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