I missed the last class at Online Card Classes, so I made sure to sign up for this one. I had some mixed feelings the first day when I reviewed the scheduled lessons. I wasn't sure I liked the new format. The first two days were all about technique, and the third day was a day for putting those techniques to work as cards.
I thought posting my homework for the first two days would be meh, so I've created some photo collage's of most of the homework bits and the cards that resulted from them.
The homework panels are half of an A2 sized card, and each of the cards made are no more than 2.75 inches in any direction. I usually only make card fronts for homework, because I save them in a binder with the lessons. This time I chose to make mini cards...guarantees they are cute - right?
My plaid building needs a lot of work, but I was so pleasantly surprised when blending non distress dye inks. SO MUCH FUN, and just beautiful color washes. I will definitely go back to these techniques for future cards.
Thanks so much for stopping by!
great results for your backgrounds - love the colors and design in your card on bottom right!
oooooooooooooh! i *LOVE* those cool backgrounds & then you made them into such awesome cards! wow!!!
Fabulous!! You've been busy! I'm inspired to go make more.
I told myself I wouldn't watch Day 2 of class until I'd done my Day 1 homework. I'm now 4 days behind. I need to set lower standards for myself. I love the classes, and ONE DAY I'll do the homework.
I can see you're enjoying the class as you ended up with such lovely cards!
You did a really great job on your backgrounds, Cat! I love that you created 'mini cards' with your homework panels, too...A+++, my friend!!!
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