Thursday, 21 March 2013

PAPER-CUTS March 2013 Final Project

Hi guys - sorry for my tardiness! Here's our last project this month:

Killing two birds with one stone here; it's Connie's birthday tomorrow, so after giving her this card, I'll be taking it straight back for the day as our example lol! She won't know though...she'll be at school ;-)
This card comes together very quickly. The blue paper is perfect for making a card specific for a member of your family - simply pick the piece with the relevant relative on it!!
The only extras you can bring (if you have them, otherwise fear not - they will be here for your use!) is 3D foam pads and extra tacky tape.
Looking forward to seeing you all! xxx

Tuesday, 19 March 2013

PAPER-CUT March 2013 Layout Two

Here's layout two for this month:

I simply LOVE this photo of Connie! Lots of stamping on this one (surprise surprise!), as well as some creativity with texture paste; hmmmmm, am I mad letting you lot loose with that stuff?!?!
Again, I've used the alpha sheet from last month's kit - so you really do need to remember to bring it with you! 
Hope you like! xxx

PAPER-CUTS March 2013 Layout One

Hello all! Hope you're all well, and looking forward to class this month! Without further ado, here's our first project:

I have Shimelle Laine to thank for inspiration for this one; something a little different! The photos are 2 3/4" square, and you'll need three of them. As always, if you don't have square photos, then you can simply crop some to size. Just make sure you choose some that have the subject matter within a 2 3/4" square!
The printing has been printed, vertically onto a piece of card stock cut down to an A4 size. You can do this at home in advance if you like, or wait until you've finished the layout, or simply write you're journalling if you'd rather. There's also always the option of not doing it at all too!
As always, everything you'll need is here, other than the title stickers - recognise them? They're from last month's kit, so make sure you bring them along!
OK, that's it - and now on to layout two!