Watercolor cards

 

This month’s set of cards includes six beautiful watercolor cards. You’ll get to make two of each: one to give away and one to keep!

 

The Gold Watercolor PML Card Pack (Z3217), along with the  Hearts Thin Cuts (Z3260) are used to create these gorgeous cards

These are shown using three of many stamps sets that will be available for you to personalize your cards as you like:

D1700- Way To Go stamps

B1547- Wedding Wishes

B1539- Pen Pal Stamps

Gold Sequins • Gold Glitter Paper • Gold Embossing Powder  are used to embellish these cards as well as ribbon from the  Uptown Ribbon (Z3289) pack.

 

Come to my Workshop on Friday, November 11th at 7pm or join us on Saturday morning November 12th at 10am and make these beautiful hand-crafted cards to send out to your friends and family. Beverages and snacks provided!

 

Workshop is limited to 8 participants. RSVP to guarantee a spot.

♥   Come join us!

When: Friday, November 11th at 7pm or Saturday November 12th at 10am
Where: 6123 High Meadow Dr, Godfrey, IL 62035
Cost: $20 for 12 cards with envelopes
Bring your own adhesive
RSVP: mariefarson@juno.com or marie.farson@principia.edu

You can purchase this kit to work on at home.  Everything will be pre-cut, necessary pieces will be stamped, and all accessories included.  I will provide you with a photocopy of the cards so that you can create them at home.  The prices are as follows:

  • $23.00 – you need to pick them up
  • $25.00 – mailed to you first class
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How to contact me:

1-571-276-5405
Mariefarson@juno.com

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