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Friday, April 12, 2013

New VINTAGE STYLE SPRING CARD class scheduled for April

Hello dear friends,
Just a quick post to show you my vintage-style cards for my April class!  There are four 5" x 7" cards made using die cuts on each card.  I used the new Graphic 45 paper line called The Secret Garden.
If you are interested in learning how to make these cards, you can do one of three things:

1. Enroll in the class at Ink Paper Rubber in Overland Park, KS.  Class will be held April 16th and April 17th.  Call Jen at Ink Paper Rubber, (913) 381-2217 and sign up. 
OR for class information, just click this LINK and you will be directed to their website.

2. Purchase a kit which includes everything you see here, pre-measured and ready to go!

3. Take my step-by-step tutorial which will post here on April 17, 2013.*
     *Taking the class or buying the kit are less expensive than going out and purchasing all the supplies, just fyi...

Here are the pretty vintage cards I designed for this class:

Card #1
Card #2
Card #3
Card #4
I hope you like these cards, and that you will enroll in the class today!  Kits are also available for this card set by calling Jen at Ink Paper Rubber at (913) 381-2217.  Four 5"x 7" cards and envelopes: $24.

Until next time,
Happy Creating!


pattyo said...

These look beautiful, ReNae! Inspired by you, I went out and bought a printer tray at Michael's today (for half price). Now, to figure out what and where to put things on it! lol

Crabtree-Creations said...

Look for paper that has a pretty image for the background! Like the Prima Divine that I used. It will add to the beauty of the tray!

Connie Riley said...

Hi ReNae.
I couldn't find time in my schedule to attend the class, but I loved the examples I saw at IPR! So, I called Jen today and ordered a kit. I'll look forward to your step by step tutorial. It won't be as much fun as taking the class from you, but it will be better than missing out on these lovely cards and your fantastic inspiration and awesome goodies! Great Cards, ReNae.

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