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Thursday, July 14, 2016

Pick Four

Designing for my August class featuring the Flourishing Phrases bundle, I found myself with seven designs I love but can only use four. So, help me choose by voting for four of the seven! My regular customers are being sent to this blog and can vote through my e-mail, but I would love the input of others. Some are more difficult than others, but the easiest is also very elegant.

This class is also the first class I am planning to sell as a to-go class, where all supplies are included and the die-cutting is completed. I'll have two prices: one for just the supplies and one that includes the featured bundle. Instructions are part of the class either way.

I will number them with a brief comment on each. This first one is number 1 and is simple but elegant.

 Number 2 is so soft in its colors with only the Rich Razzleberry to add contrast. I think I need to re-ink my ink pad, but you get the idea. I'm also using up my candy dots, so they won't be included with the supplies for this class. However, the card is just as pretty without them.

 Number 3 is actually a CASE of a design Stampin' Up! provided for decorating a bag with variations.

 Number 4 is another CASE of a Stampin' Up! design. I didn't have the dsp used but made my own with the lacy stamp from the Touches of Texture stamp set. And I changed some colors.

 I have one customer who is always looking for Christmas designs, so I try to incorporate one in many of my classes. It's amazing how many ordinary stamps can become appropriate for that special holiday. So this Christmas card is number 5.

 Card number 6 is not my design, either. I made it during an on-line convention. My customers loved it when they saw it on display for my July class, but I'm not sure it's my favorite anymore. I made a whole set using each of the five new in-colors and different phrases and verses from the stamp set.


Card number 7 was a design that took a little bit of work. The dsp is from the Blooms & Bliss pack. Before I decided to color the leaves and the flowers, I wasn't sure I really liked it. What a difference that little bit of color made!
Thanks for joining me and helping me make my decision.

2 comments:

Judy said...

3, 5, & 7. Then 2 or 6 I just could not decide.

Judy said...

3, 5, & 7. Then 2 or 6 I just could not decide.