I decided to go ahead and show you the three of the four cards for October's class now. I've had the photos for a while, and we were waiting for the order to come in with the back order of the cardstock required for the fourth card. It arrived today, so I hope to soon have a photo of it to add to these three.
The fourth one will be a very soft pink.
For the Violet card, I a lot of velum and tried for a lacy look using a deep edge Martha Stewart punch and My Favorite Things Die-namics Butterflies.
There also is a surprise when you open the card.
The metallic silver card I used on of Spellbinders cut, fold, and tuck dies and tried for a contemporary look.
I used the ScorPal to score the two lines and placed jewels along the lines. After cutting, folding & tucking I used Star Dust Stickles and Silver Stickles to add some bling to the silver. Here's the die cut in a close-up.
The third card I made into a baby card.
Here's the closeup of those details.
In trying to come up with something a little different when using an embossing folder, I thought to cut along the pattern line and use only a portion of the piece I dry embossed which in this case gave me a somewhat zig-zag top.
After attaching the tags and charms, I added the two large pearl pins in behind the ribbon.
The whole time I made this card, I couldn't help but to think of my daughter Eva, who will be having a boy in December, my 7th grandchild. Babies are just so special.
Well, thank you so much for coming by to have a peek. Hope you have a great week, and of course happy crafting everyone!