Wednesday, May 6, 2020

Online Card Class Days 16-18

I'm here with another "drive by" post of the cards I created for the Online Card Class Spring Card Camp #1.

Day 16 was hosted by Kathy Racoosin.  I love her dearly (you may remember I 
attended one of her Coloring Road Trips last December) but dang it, I did not love 
her technique.  I forced myself to complete it and while the results are exactly how 
she demonstrated, neither example is "me."  I probably won't be making these into 
cards but I will share my creations here.  I guess I don't have the artsy fartsy gene.

Extra points for anyone who can guess just what her technique entailed.  

Day 17 was hosted by once again by Julie Ebersole.  She's a fellow 
CAS card maker so I'm really loving my cards from that day.

Day 18 was hosted by Shari Carroll.  I really loved her twofer blended strip 
technique but like most of the other hosts, she chose to use large die cut sentiments as
her focal image.  I couldn't resist the urge to make these a bit more "me"  so I added
in some cute Copic colored images and couldn't be happier with the end results.  

I entered this second card into the (now expired) 
Seize the Birthday challenge where the theme was food/drink.

I'll be back tomorrow with the last of my class cards.  Please leave any questions about the products I've used in the comments and I'll get back to you.  

Stay healthy my friends!  

Thank you for visiting my little crevice of the crafty blogosphere.  Your time, comments and friendship are much appreciated.  

Happy Crafting!



  1. Hmm, I have no idea exactly what you had to do for Kathy's technique, except it involves picking up the image and getting its faint mirror. Sort of like blotting but more artistic? :D Totally with you on being inspired by that other Julie's cards! They are much more you. And so are the last two because you added critters!

  2. Julie this class has surely kept you busy dipping your toe into techniques you may have never been drawn to. All of your projects get an A from me!

  3. I can totally see why the first technique wasn't right for you - I think it is the one where the markers bleed through - I've seen other people do it beautifully . But the other four cards!!!! They just seem to work!! I'm reading all your posts about this class as I'm finding it very interesting...