Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Clean & Simple Card Making Days 1 & 2




I have two cards for the first two days of class.  I'm already a bit behind, as there are two more videos I have yet to see.  But, I did watch Debbie Hughes' video about faux layered die cuts and thought it was brilliant.  Here are my two takes on this technique.



This first card is very close to the example Debbie showed.  However, I used washi tape on the back to hold everything together, while Debbie used computer paper.  Here is a peek at the messy back.






My second card is also for the Hero Arts Birthday Challenge in the Rainbow of Color category--using PTI dies and a sentiment from Hero Arts Birthday Messages.



I will be around later, to see what everyone else is up to in this class.


Thanks for Visiting

29 comments :

  1. These are both terrific Joyce! Love the interlocking flowers on your second card!

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  2. I love both your cards. What a fabulous technique. I have put off joining this class but really think I need to as I want to learn about Debbie's technique.

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  3. Fabulous card Joyce. What a great technique.

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  4. Joyce you did an amazing job on both of these cards, perfect dies and fabulous results. No favs, but I do love the flowers. The washi idea is perfect--next time.

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  5. Great cards! You did a nice job following the videos. Love your colors!

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  6. These are great. I'm taking the class to but haven't had time to make anything yet... Very inspiring videos!

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  7. Great inlays Joyce. Love the speech bubbles & think you colors are fabulous and the striped strip is perfectly co-ordinated.

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  8. They are both super, Joyce! (I think you could teach this!) I'm just loving all the cards with the negative dies filled in! I think it will become standard and then a couple of years from now, someone will leave out the bits and everyone will be like, "WOW!" lol! I LOVE this hobby!! Hugs, Darnell

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  9. Great cards, Joyce! Love the in laid flowers and speech bubbles!!!

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  10. You did a great job with that technique. Great cards.

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  11. Amazing cards, I love the bright n fun look of each of these, my personal fav is the second one :)

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  12. Great cards....and good idea with the washi!

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  13. This class sounds like so much fun! These are both awesome and I especially like the second on with those Beautiful Blooms!

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  14. Fabby cards Joyce...can't wait to get caught up on class too. I love your creations, just fabulous!

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  15. You will have to explain how you made that card Joyce...I love it, but I guess I should have paid for the class...can't ask you every day to teach me what you learned!

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  16. You did a wonderful job with the inlaid dies, Joyce. I just wish I had better dies to work with. Someday.

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  17. Both are awesome--the inlaid die cuts look fantastic! Bet this will be a fabulous class!

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  18. awesome cards using the in laid die cuts

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  19. This looks great, Joyce! What a great technique!

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  20. I love inlaid die cuts, Joyce, so these ... I love! Crisp and vibrant and fabulous! Saw Day 1's videos and that's been it so far for me ... looking forward to some time over the weekend to catch up! Anita :)

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  21. Ahhh...you rocked the in laid dies! So cool Joyce!

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  22. Looks like this was a great class. Fabulous cards Joyce. Love the speech bubbles in particular. Absolutely wonderful.

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  23. Oh ....I love these!!!! now I wish I was taking the class. Beautiful Joyce!

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  24. I love that you showed the back! No secrets here! Your cards are so cool I love the layering and multi cutting of the dies! Something I need to try! The class sounds neat and your definitely putting it to work for you!

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  25. I've been thinking long and hard how that flower card is made. I mean I understand the inlay technique but somehow my brain isn't letting me think my way through how that one is made. I love it though!

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