Sunday, February 22, 2009

16 Cards-0 Stamps-0 Inkpads-1/2 a Simply Scrappin Kit

So quite a while ago I bought the Best Ever Simply Scrappin Kit wanting to create a class making cards from it. I actually forgot all about it, so you can imaging my relief when it was still in this new catalog. So before it retires I thought I should design the class so here it is. I made 16 cards using only the following.

1/2 of the Kits papers and Stickers with lots left over

Some of the following papers for the base of the cards
Kiwi Kiss, Sahara Sand, Riding Hood Red, Baja Breeze

Black, Old Olive and Ruby Red Brads

Kiwi Kiss ribbon

circle punches, scallop circle punch, oval punch

White Gel pen and a few markers for details.


I am pretty happy with how they turned out. Not sure which is my favorite though. What do you think-which is YOUR favorite?

Here is a group shot followed by individual pictures.

All supplies are 100% current Stampin Up!



















Thanks for stopping by today--don't forget to stop back for next week's sketch challenge later tonight or early in the morning. See ya then!

Mary Jo

22 nice people left a comment:

Caroline Morgan said...

HI! I do love the cards you can make with the Simply Scrappin' Kits. May I ask how much you would charge for this class? Please email me at my3sons837@aol.com. Thank you.
Caroline Morgan

Lorraine Castellon-Rowe said...

Awesome cards, incredible blog, great music, amazing crafter!!!
Thanks so much for sharing everything with us!!
Lorraine Castellon-Rowe

Basement Stamper said...

Wow! Girl you have outdone yourself with this one. I love all the cards but my favorite has to be the one with Happy For You in greens, reds!

Anonymous said...

They are all wonderful. Thanks for sharing. I will be sure to give you credit if I decide to present the class to my customers.

Mary Jones

Kerry D-C said...

WOW!!! AWESOME job, MJ! These are all fab!

njburk said...

These are like One Page Wonders--and of course--you did a wonderful job--I esp. like the one with the diagonal on it.
Great job! Nola

Anonymous said...

What great cards. Thanks for the inspiration. I am also interested what you would charge for such a class. Thanks!
Dee Yeaney
gyeaney@windstream.net

Janna said...

wow this is incredible!! 16 cards! Wow!! I couldn't possibly pick a favorite they are all amazing!!

Smiles,
janna

Julie said...

I love these. Fabulous!

Beverly Kissler said...

These are great...thank you for sharing. I also would love to know what to charge for a class like this.. bjkissler@yahoo.com is my email address.
Thank you so much.

Ifat Art said...

Great job!
I love all those cards.

Thanks for sharing.
IfatArt

Karen said...

So cool! Love all the cards. You did such a great job. I love that I subscribe to your blog. I'm never disappointed with what you have to show. Again, your cards are so good. Hope you have a great day!

Toota-loo,
Karen
www.abracardabra.blogspot.com

Carol O. said...

Nice cards, all of them. I especially love the ones with the Kraft-colored striped paper, red and white. If I had heard that color-combo I would have snorted and ignored it but it is crisp and clean and I LOVE it! Way to go!

laurie said...

These cards ALL turned out awesome!

Kelly said...

These are great. I can't wait to try this myself.

0. said...

These are fabulous card designs for this kit. Thanks for sharing ... Pat

Patricia Drybala said...

These are fabulous cards from this kit. Thanks so much for sharing ... Pat

P.S. Sorry if this appears twice. My cat jumped on the keyboard!

Lisa said...

These are great! Thanks so much for sharing them!
Lisa

Anne Pavlosky said...

Thanks for sharing. What a great idea. I hope you don't mind if I use this in an upcoming class.

Anonymous said...

Liked my visit to your site. I love Contemporary Christian music. Thank you for being a blessing and sharing with us.

Lee Ann and Jack

laurie said...

All your cards are awesome!

Tim&Sam said...

Love what you did with this set! Love them all especially ones with cupcakes. Would you be willing to sell tutorial so I can do at home or sell as a "go-kit"?