Monday, March 15, 2010

Camera drama and a card

Ugh! I can't find the charger to my camera so I haven't been able to dump all the pictures from the card onto my computer. After searching in vain for about two weeks, I finally broke down and bought a new charger - for $45. It didn't fully charge the camera last night (just enough to dump the pictures), but I'm giving it one more shot before I take it back this afternoon. I'm sure that I'll find the charger any day now that I've bought the new one.

Here is one of the cards I made for the Big Shot class I held last week. It turned out very well, I thought. My ladies loved it and they enjoyed the details of the watercoloring technique.

Supplies I used:
Big Shot die cutting machine (#113439, $99.95)
Scallop circle die (#113468, $19.95)
Spring Song (#115074, $15.95 or FREE during Sale-a-Bration with a $50 purchase)
Mellow moss cardstock (#102898, $5.50)
Brocade blue cardstock (#101166, $5.50)
Watercolor paper (#105019, $6.95)
Patterns Pack Designer Series Paper III (#116234, FREE hostess gift)
Cutter Kit (#106958, $16.95)
Corner rounder punch (#109047, $6.95)
Modern label punch (#116630, $15.95)
Mellow moss stamp pad (#102774, $5.95)
Close to cocoa stamp pad (#103139, $5.95)
Soft suede polka-dot grosgrain ribbon (#115612, $9.95)
Silver brads (#104336, $6.95)
Stampin' sponges (#101610, $3.50)
Watercolor pencils (#101879, $19.95)
Blender pens (#102845, $9.95)

If you'd like to purchase the supplies to make this card or set up a private workshop to learn more about watercolor techniques, shop at my Stampin' Up website or contact me for further information.

1 comment:

Holly / InkPaperStamps said...

Love how you did the ribbon, Heather, and your watercolored bird is so pretty. . .