Sew Un-forgettable

This is the card that caused me so much stress last week, for you that remember I had gone off to a workshop.  Now this is something that you never do, allow your husband to take your workshop bags or boxes, or anything related to your workshopout to the car for you.  I normally say, Don’t, I can do it, but on this day I was trying to keep the peace……………….yeah, hard for me.  So I allowed my husband to cart my gear to the car.

Rocked up to the workshop and after being greeted by Jenny and John, started to set up for the workshop.  That’s when I discovered that I only had one set of stamps but had packed cardstock for two designs.

One set I thought to myself, how can I possibly do a workshop, cannot get anyone to bring them too me as at this time I didn’t know were they were.   Anyway all’s well that ends well, we substituted some of the stamps in the first card and then the ladies stamped some of theirs with the butter fly out of the bliss stamp set.

Hope you like this card, it was a similar one to what the talented Teneale Williams made, only less chunky, much less chunky.

Dare or ?Ring – Because I Care

I recently attended Conference in Melbourne (was my first Conference) part of the task was to ring up a hostess and ask them if they would like to hold a workshop for me in the Month of June as there was great benefits for hostesses of an extra $70.00 in hostess benefits for any workshop over $450.00.

After hesitating for a brief moment, I decided to ring my first ever hostess, Jennifer as she is such a lovely lady that I meet at the Penrith Craft Show last year and she said yes.

This is one of the cards that we made on Saturday at her house, hope you like it.  More about my workshop in my next post.

Do you want the inside, sure you do. In this card we used Perfect Plum, Always Articoke Markers on the flower, Crumb Cake ink pad, very vanilla cardstock and dsp papers.