Monday, April 30, 2012

Blog Class Week 4...sort of! And PSA winners!

Hey Guys, so this week, since we ran out of album pages to do (oops!) We have these super cute cards made with just the leftovers from your album and some Vintage Double Dot papers.  Isn't it amazing how much you can make with your scraps!?

Vintage Double Dots used: Chiffon, Kiwi, Powder Blue, & Passion Fruit.

If you have any questions about something on the cards feel free to leave us a comment. We didn't put any sentiments on the cards, but wouldn't it be perfect to add a note to you mom for Mother's Day?

AND NOW... for the PSA Essentials stamp winners! We have 4 winners....

Mary Matthys
Jennifer C. 

CONGRATS! Email us at to get more info on how to get your personalized stamps!

And remember to post pics on facebook of the cards or projects YOU make with your leftover scraps from the class. We love to see your projects!


  1. These cards are gorgeous.

    Congrats to the winners.

  2. These cards are beautiful - nice distressing!

  3. Those cards are gorgeous! I loveeeeeeee the colors!! And CONGRATS to the winners!!

  4. I love Double Dot paper !!!
    These colors are beautiful :-)

  5. Love, Love, Love the cards!!! So pretty!!! Congrats to the winners!

  6. How are the brown flowers made on the lower card?

  7. Carin, These flowers are the easiest you will ever make. You don't even have to measure or be particularly straight. Just free hand a 3" square and round the corners off. (no need for a corner rounder, just give um a trim) Then starting at one corner start cutting about 3/8" from the edge and keep following the edge until you get to the center. Then start from the beginning cut and roll into a tight tube. Then release and play around with it until you have your desired shape and glue to hold it there. voila' If that doesn't make sense, google rolled paper roses and you should be able to find a youtube video to walk you through it.

  8. Thank you, I'll give it a shot. Been trying to work with inches more and more since starting to work with your materials. I'm used to the metric system (I know! It is as foreign to you as inches are to me, hihihi), but I'll adapt.
    If I succeed, I'll let you know.