Workshops Your Way
Card Making Workshop Kits
If you have never participated in a blog hop before, it is just one big loop of fun ideas as you visit each blog along the way. If you are coming from Michele's blog, you are on the right path. If you are starting here, just look for the link at the end of my post and successive posts to see where to go next.
For my project, I used the Here For You Card Workshop Your Way.
I really like the sentiments of the exclusive stamp set included with this kit.
If you were to follow the kit directions, this is what you could make.
However, with a little creativity, look what else you can do.
I made an accordion envelope card.
It's for a friend who is going through tough times.
Each section of the card is actually an envelope.
The envelopes are overlapped to form an accordion.
Inside each envelope is an insert with a either a prayer, a verse, a coupon good for a batch of her favorite cookies, a coupon for time to just listen or to spend together quietly .
The belly band for the card is made using ribbon from the Rustic Home Ribbon
collection and Hook and Loop (velcro) dots.
There is also a hook and loop dot under the flower cluster
on the front of the card.
To get your Card Making Workshop Your Way Kit, contact your Close To My Heart Consultant or get your kit here . The kit is $24.95 and includes the following items:
1 – exclusive workshop stamp set (B-size)
2 – sheets Some Kinda Wonderful B&T Duos™
2 – cardstock sheets (1 Blossom, 1 White Daisy)
1 – white shimmer trim (Z3024)
1 – black & white dots (Z3314)
12 – white card bases and envelopes
In addition to the supplies included with the kit, I used the following Close To My Heart Supplies: (click on each link to see the item on my website)
Ribbon: Slate with white polka dot ribbon from the Rustic Home Ribbon Collection
Inks: Blossom and Willow
Paper: Grid paper from the Memo Fundamentals Pack
Tools: Blending pen, Hook and Loop Dots
Thanks for visiting today. Now, join me as we hop on to see more ideas and Workshops Your Way Kits as we go to visit Kirsten's blog and other consultants who have joined in on this blog hop.