I have a long table set up in our living room, because my scrap space is under-going a transformation... Another post. Another time.
Now on to the cards...
This first card was made by Vic. She used the crayon resist technique and daubers to apply the inks. I showed them the techniques using both daubers and sponges and let them decide which they would like to use.
Supplies-All CTMH. Cardstock:White Daisy. Stamp:Treasures of the Heart. Inks:Black, Hydrangea, Hollyhock. White Crayon:Crayola. Acrylic Discs:Michael's. Ribbon:from my stash.
This next one was made by MissyP, using the emboss resist technique and a sponge to apply the ink. The inks she used are very light, so I had to make the picture a bit darker in order for the colors to show up on camera.
Supplies-All CTMH. Cardstock:White Daisy. Stamp:Simple Beauty-SOM(retired). Inks:Buttercup,Breeze,Pink Carnation. Other:Clear embossing powder. Ribbon:from my stash.
And finally, here is the card I made, using the crayon resist technique. I used the daubers with my inks. I did make another one, using the sponge and I think I like it better because the colors are softer and blended better.
Supplies-All CTMH. Cardstock:White Daisy, Twilight, Sweet Leaf. Stamp:Friendship Blessings. Inks:Black, Twilight, Sweet Leaf. White Crayon:Crayola. Corner Rounder:Creative Memories. Ribbon:from my stash. Acrylic discs:Michael's.
Thanks for the visit! See you tomorrow...
Wow! You all did a great job!
All three of you girls did a fantastic job Barb! Your daughters are very talented and I know you are one proud mom! Way to go girls!!!!
Holy Moly! All of these cards are awesome! I bet it was special to have your daughters asked you to teach them something you love so much. Watch out...here come some new CTMH consultants...LOL!
How fun to craft with your girls. These cards are all great!
How sweet for your girls to ask you to teach them some of your card-making techniques. I can just imagine how special that was for you...and what a wonderful memory it will be for your daughters. All three of you ladies made such beautiful cards! Both techniques are so much fun. tfs
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