Saturday, 16 November 2013

Online Card Class Day 3


I have made two cards today inspired by two cards that Shari Carroll created for the Holiday Workshop Online classes.  The idea is to use lots of layers but to still have CAS cards with lots of white space.  This first card is really simple and would be great for mass production!


This second card is made using stamping ( the chevrons on the card and the square die cut) patterned paper and chip board shapes. I love the shaped edge to the card front, I didn't have the die that Shari used so just drew around a plate and cut free hand. I love this effect and will definitely be using it again.

I have a fairly free weekend so hope to making lots more cards!!



11 comments:

Barb said...

LOVE both cards, Sally! Your trees with the liquid pearls are so charming and I adore your take on Shari's card - wow!

Dotty Jo said...

What lovely cards - I can see that you are loving these classes! That cut detail on card 2 is fabulous... may have to CASE that one! Jo x

Susan Lang said...

I love the first card. You captured the lesson perfectly.

magical said...

love these. Ive done a few of those classes myself but not this one, i think i need to enroll hehe x

Sharon Underwood said...

I love those trees! You've done a great job on both your cards!

Stacy said...

I really love your cards. The first one just makes me smile. It's so cheery!

Dawn Turley said...

Both of these cards are simply gorgeous Sally. I haven't had a chance to work on Day 3's homework. You've done two awesome cards,

joy said...

Love your cards, Sally! I can tell you are really enjoying the class.

Heather Maria said...

Wonderful cards, Sally! I love them both! The Christmas trees are so pretty and I love all your beautiful layering on the second card!

Robin K. said...

I really love how the trees are angled on the first card- gives it such interest! And your collage of elements is so fun on the second card! As I see everyone's "homework" I'm sorry I didn't enroll in this class!

Jessi Fogan said...

What a neat idea for the panel! I have to try that :)
I love how CAS these are even with all the fussy bits :)