Thursday, 26 November 2009

Season of Joy Stamp Class........

Hello, Sorry for the lack of posts this last week. Its been mad here with my work - VAT figures just wouldn't balance. Now thats all done. Horray!!
Plus it didn't help on Monday when I dropped my camera, running in from the craft room when he was raining cats and dogs. The card came out of the camera and while the camera still seems to work, the card wouldn't load my photos of the Season of Joy class. Hence the instructions only ready for loading.

For the Season of Joy Class, I decided to make lots of ideas for Gift giving based on the christmas table.
We made a simple card, a Puffy Box, a mini gift bag and a Cracker. All using Bravo Burgundy, Always Artichoke, Mellow Moss and Very Vanilla colour combination. I usually use Old Olive and Real Red when I pick up the Season of Joy stamp set, so this was a nice change!

In the instructions, there are a couple of other projects. A pop up card and a decorated candle holder.

Right, I'm off to get some bits for my son, who will be 15!!!!! on Saturday.
The instructions are on the right if you would like to purchase the stamp class. Great Value for £2.50.
Thanks for looking,


Rosie said...

Jenny these are absolutely beautiful - in fact I've had a happy trawl throughout your blog and enjoyed it all so much! You make fabulous designs and we seem to like to same colours too. I will definitely be back!

Lesley said...

Oooo so scrummy! Shame I've made all my cards and pressies now - maybe next year LOL!
Lesley x

Lorraine said...

Fabby colour combination, another winner Jenny.


laetitia said...

I really love your choice of colour. it's very soft and elegant

simplyfairies said...

Such Gorgeousness when I vist your blog, I love it!

Merry said...

What wonderful colours and love the look of that Christmas cracker...very clever.

Shelly Katzung said...

What a beautiful collection for a class. Love it!

Birgit said...

Oh my, you have such a wonderful blog with lots of great designs! Will definitely be back!
Love, Birgit