Stamp Class

I had a wonderful stamp class last night!
The ladies loved the new techniques I showed them! This first one is called Stained Glass, and you can see a tutorial here on SCS!I used the new Elements of Style set from the Summer Mini! And I loved how this turned out! The vellum makes your colors muted so make sure you use a darker shade of what ever color you want it to turn out!



The next card is a stencil card and was inspired by my friend Debra! I never used them before Debra showed me how! And now I love them! This one is also spritzed with Champagne Mist Shimmer Paint! Very shiny??!!!



Then we used markers to color the Watercolor Trio flowers to make this card!I love Ruby Red with Close to Cocoa! And just a touch of Blush Blossom!



The last project is a Birthday card made with Fox and Friends! I love this card because its simple yet still a great card to give to a kid!

*This is cased off of SCS but the colors have been changed!

Hope you enjoyed looking at my cards!
Remember if you would like to attend my classes, just shoot me an email!
Thanks

8 comments:

Brandy's Stamping Place said...

These are all great - job well done!!

jill said...

beautiful as usual!

Nancy (Shady Tree Studio) said...

All of the cards are wonderful, Dawn Marie!!! I have never tried stained glass and now I can't wait to! Wish the mini were here now ;).

Kim said...

Great job! One of these days I'm gonna make it for your party!

Kim said...

Great job! One of these days I'm gonna make it for your party!

Debra said...

Holy cow DM!!! FABULOUS!!! I love all of your cards. Really like the stencil one of course! And the vellum with the Elements of Style is gorgeous. I like the colors on the Watercolor Trio. What a wonderful class!

Emma F said...

Fantastic. You managed to get a great variety of styles and each one GORGEOUS!

Micki said...

Great cards! I would love to learn how to use those templates too. I just love that card! I don't make many kids cards because I usually don't know what to do. Love this idea and will make something similar! TFS!