So have you ever bought a shirt or pair of shoes that you liked so much you had to buy one of every color? I haven't but I know many people that have. Instead, I buy cardstock in every color! I ran out of the garden green cardstock so I flipped the designer paper over and used old olive instead. I also stamped the greeting on the designer paper instead of the plain. That really wasn't on purpose, but I couldn't flip the paper over because I already did! It's funny how different the cards look with relatively small changes. Oh yeah, I changed the ribbon too.
My friend is hosting a workshop for me this weekend. Would you like a sneak peek of what we will be making? If you have already said you were coming you can't back out now or you will give me a complex! The photo doesn't give this card nearly enough credit. The Medallion stamp on the cardbase is so awesome! I can see myself using that stamp over and over again. I also used For All You Do for the flowers and the greeting is from Trendy Trees. We are actually doing another project, but I am going to wait until tomorrow or Monday to share it with you.
I have some card classes coming up. Consider this your personal invitation to join me! The November class is a 10-10-20 (ten cards, ten envelopes, $20). It is on Saturday, November 14 from 2-5, and it will be repeated on Tuesday, November 17 from 11-2. The cards will be all occasions. I have a thank you card class scheduled in December as well. Details can be found here.