Workshops, Classes, Events

Wednesday, April 11th - Card Hostess Club -
New Session Starting! Make three cards for free, with a commitment to purchase $25 + S&T each month. Take turns "hosting" to earn the rewards - a minimum of $25 in free product. Message me ASAP if you would like to join, I have one spot left.

Sunday, April 22nd - 1:00 - 4:00 pm Masculine Card Workshop - $25 You will be making 10 cards, 2 each of 5 different designs. Register by April 13th.

Saturday, May 5th - National Scrapbooking Day Crop - 9:00 am - 6:00 pm Melvern Square Community Hall, Bridge Street, Melvern Square. Come celebrate NSD and my birthday as we spend the day crafting together. I am trying a new location this year - the lighting is great and they have a huge kitchen we can use. The hall is slightly smaller so I will only be able to accomodate 25-30 people, so register early. Lunch is included as well as some awesome door prizes and of course, there's the games we love to play! I have a separate room booked for the ticket auction with the proceeds going to Operation Smile. $35 to register, paid registration holds your spot.

Saturday, February 19, 2011

Card # 3 2011 Challenge

I have not been around for a little bit because my husband was doing an upgrade to my laptop....installed Windows 7 after wiping everything, so then had to re-install all my software. And now I have the dubious task of going through all my old files and moving them to new, permanent locations. It forces me to clean up and delete old stuff I no longer need. All this in hopes that my laptop will run a little faster.

I have finished up all my swap layouts and will be posting them next time, unless those of you who are participating in the swap don't want me to. For now, this is the card I made for Jim for Valentines day. That acrylic heart is from a dollar-store decoration (thanks Thelma!) and I rolled the edges in Versamark, then embossed with black embossing powder. Then I stamped the sentiment with Versamark and embossed with black. Attached bling and black key and then decided to back the heart with white card stock so the sentiment wouldn't be "lost" when mounted on the card. I am not sure, but I think the acrylic was reacting with the Liquid Glass because I could smell an ammonia-like smell when I used it to adhere the paper to the heart. I stamped the card base with our February Stamp of the Month, "Friendship" to create the damask pattern. Inked the edges with black ink, then punched the circle so the key would dangle. Ribbon is from my stash.


  1. Gorgeous card Roz!! It is such a fabulous example of what you can do with the SOTM!!!

  2. Wow, Roz, this is just awesome!!! I didn't even know what the Feb. SOTM looked like, but now you make me want to place an order! This is so beautiful, I think it's my fave card you've made!

  3. Beautiful Card Roz!!! I really didn't think much of the feb sotm but I love what you've done with it! I can't wait to see your swap spoilers...please post them! Patience was never my strong suit :


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