Occ17_p026aHello again! I’m popping in to show you what we made this fortnight in my class. It was a Bundle Of The Month class, and the Dragonfly Dreams bundle was my focus this month. Have you bought this yet? I wasn’t sold on the bundle initially, until I saw what my team leader Nicole did with it for her OnStage presentation in Nov 2016!

inbetween lineFor the first card, we used a card base of Blushing Bride. This was stamped all over with Blushing Bride ink, using the dragonfly image from Dragonfly Dreams. On a piece of Watercolor Paper, we washed Blushing Bride ink using Aqua Painters. When this was dry, we flicked Sahara Sand ink on it using the Stampin’ Write Marker. A few loops of Silver Metallic Thread were held in place with Glue Dots; and a dragonfly was cut from Blushing Bride Glimmer Paper, using the Dragonfly Thinlits. This was then held in place on the card front with a Stampin’ Dimensional.

20170306_152648On a banner of Blushing Bride card, we stamped and heat embossed a sentiment, using Versamark and White Stampin’ Emboss Powder. This was then stuck to the card with Stampin’ Dimensionals. The card inner and envelope were stamped with the dragonfly image from Dragonfly Dreams, using Blushing Bride ink; and the card inner was stamped with a sentiment using Blushing Bride ink. Here is the finished card:

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For the second card, we used a card base of thick Whisper White cardstock. The front was stamped several times with the dotty image from Dragonfly Dreams, using Daffodil Delight, Watermelon Wonder, and Rich Razzleberry inks. The inside of the card and the envelope were also stamped with this image, to carry on the theme.

20170306_152751(0)The card front was cut with the joined dragonfly Thinlit, and stuck to the card base with Dimensionals. A banner of Rich Razzleberry was stamped and heat embossed with a sentiment, using Versamark and White Stampin’ Emboss Powder. On my sample, I used Whisper White Craft Ink originally, but it wasn’t vibrant enough. The card was finished off with sequins and rhinestones. Here it is:

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inbetween lineFor the final card, we used a card base of thick Whisper White. This was then sponged with Daffodil Delight ink on the card front, card inner, and the envelope; using a template I had cut on Vellum from the retired Hexagon Hive Thinlits die. We then flicked Basic Black ink over this using the Stampin’ Write Marker.

A banner of Daffodil Delight card was embossed with the Dynamic Hexagons embossing folder; and glued in place on the card front. A circle of Whisper White was cut using the Stitched Shapes Framelits, which was then stuck to the banner using Dimensionals. On a piece of Watercolor Paper, we stamped the bee image using Archival Black ink, and watercoloured it using Pool Party and Daffodil Delight ink. Once dry, his wings were given a lick of Wink Of Stella. This was then fussy cut out, and stuck to the stitched circle with Dimensionals.

20170306_152841A sentiment was stamped on the card front and inner, using Memento Black ink. Here is the finished card:

20170306_152826Thank you for popping to have a look at our creations this fortnight – I hope you are leaving feeling inspired! ‘Til next time x

inbetween line Products Used

Big Shot

$159.00

Versamark Pad

$15.00

Heat Tool

$50.00

Bone Folder

$12.00

Glue Dots

$8.00

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