Monday, July 28, 2014

Birthday time!

This week Soul Sentiments is celebrating it's second birthday! I'm pretty excited to have been involved with Dala's design team for over a year now. To help celebrate we decided to offer a birthday-themed card making class like we did for Christmas in July - all the supplies are pre-cut and ready for inking and assembly.

Naturally, we dug into some supplies that have been around the store for a while. This card features papers from MME Collectable and OA 9-5. The stamp is from Hero Arts and I tossed in some twine to finish it off.

This card has more of that great MME/OA combination from the store and I supplied the Jillibean Sprout (the white journal card), the BG journaling label, MME banners, AC brads, and a couple of packs of Glitz Designs alphas that would coordinate. 

Behind that luscious Webster's Pages vellum is a piece of 6x6 MME Miss Caroline woodgrain. The sentiment was one I'd made for myself while trying out the Silhouette stamp material, I don't remember the shape's name but the stamp cut pretty clean! And I have no idea where the sequins came from but I've used them a few times now on class projects. 

Here's more of that MME Miss Caroline - these pieces were part of a "6x6 page kit" type sample that I picked up when in SLC last fall. I just inked the die cuts up and cut the page down to a card size and added a tiny sentiment and some cheapy sticker gems. Easy peasy. The stamp is from the same Hero Arts collection.

And last but certainly not least! I made my own swing card file in the Silhouette Studio software. David had to help with that a lot, in the end we decided to make a partial swing card because I liked the size of the cupcake. Anyway, there's more MME and Webster's Pages goodness here plus some Viva Glitter Pen, a little modeling paste, AC Wow! glitter, and that stamp is an older Glitz sentiment. 


  1. As you already know, Love your cards!!!

  2. All of these are fabulous and certainly point our that what is hanging around for a while can produce such easy, beautiful products. I'm g OK no to have to go shopping in the scrapbook for stuff that as been around a while.


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