Wednesday, February 10, 2016

January 2016 Charlotte Card workshop

Charlotte Card Workshop Cards - Beautiful!




Charlotte is one of the most beautiful paper packs I have worked with! I just love it! The ladies who came to my workshop agreed with me - they also loved working our new thin cuts - I let them play the Cuttlebug. They also got to work with our new Watercolors and they agreed that our Watercolors are very vibrant.


All of the images were stamped after I cute them out. The ink does not run as easy. It is your choice, however, what look you would like to have. If you do not want the color to go passed the lines. Color your image in after you cut and stamp.

Embellishments placed in the right spot will help your work to "shine" just in the right way. Also, as you color your image, you may want to choose different colors for leaves to make sure they do not all look the same or show highlights in your flowers.

Of course, you can always go back in after to add highlights on your flowers - as I did to my flower. Use those 3-D dots to gain more highlights. I did not cut the leaves, I stamped those directly on the paper and painted them in. If you look closer onto the ribbon - I just tied the knot and glued it onto the ribbon with Liquid Glass. Whatever would I do without Liquid Glass!?!

Here is what you need to make these cards:

C1641 My Acrylix Springtime Wishes
Z3146 Watercolor Paper
Z2164 Sorbet Ink
Z899 Black Memento Ink
Z3132 Watercolor Paints
Z3188 Paintbrush Set
Z3201 Springtime Wishes Thin Cuts
Z2060 Tin 3-D Foam Tape
X254 White Cards & Envelopes Value Cuts
Z3203 Treasured Puffies
Z3197 Black & Gold Ribbon
X7205B Charlotte Paper Pack
1386 Black Cardstock

However, if you purchase the G1104 Workshops Your War Charlotte Scrapbooking kit, you will get:
  • Paper Pack (including extra cardstock,  black, whisper)
  • Charlotte complements
  • Black & Gold Ribbon
  • Treasured Puffies
The cutting guide for the scrapbook pages and the cards can be found on line. Please let me know if you should need any help. 

As you look for what you might need to make cards just log into my website and start browsing!

Have fun!

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