Here is the second project from this past weekend's class.
We used the Scallop Square Die to create a card base. I selected Blushing Bride. I can't believe it's about to retire. I'm so sad about that color is leaving us soon.
Then we used the new Doily die with vellum. I tried this with the SU Vellum Cardstock & Regular vellum weight. I'll be honest, both were tricky. They are stunning but very tricky to get a full cut and extract it in one piece. I chose to look at it like the saying goes, 'Nothing worth while comes easy.' (Not the exact wording but you get the meaning.)
I had six amazing friends join me for the class, so 30 of these little babies was quite a challenge. We ended up making the last three out of white cardstock to speed things up. And boy...you should see the mess we made on the floor.
The image is from the Summer Smooches set in So Saffron, Marina Mist, and Old Olive.
I punch a so saffron Designer lable, snipped it in half and layered under the stamped image. I hid the snip using the slot punch Scallop Dot ribbon. (nothing better & my favorite)
Hope you love this project as much as I do,