Sunday, March 20, 2016

Sunday School Card Club

So, I started something new with my Sunday School group.
I teach Grade Six girls and last month, I brought my stamps/card making supplies 
along to make cards with my girls on Valentine's Day.
They enjoyed it so much, that we decided to do this once a month.

Last Sunday, we made Easter cards.


(Aren't they sweet?
There are seven girls in my group, but only three were there this past Sunday.)

I decided to introduce a new technique each month.
This month was heat embossing.

Here's the card that Sage made:


She heat embossed the PTI eggs in white and coloured them with Zigs.
Then she heat embossed the Reverse Confetti More Than Jellybeans bunny in Zing! butter.
I love how she traced the sentiment with a black marker.

And here's the card that I started, using the PTI Etched Egg stamp set
where I masked them and heat embossed them in white.


I coloured them in with some Zig markers that I coloured onto an acrylic block, 
to which I added water with a paintbrush.


I stamped the sentiment (also from PTI Etched Eggs.)

Thanks for looking!

7 comments:

Karen B. said...

You ladies are so talented!

victoria h said...

it's so lovely you're sharing your love of cardmaking....how I got started!

Diane Jaquay said...

So awesome of you to do this, Leigh, it looks like your class is really enjoying it!

Lisa said...

What a fun idea for your class Leigh, they look excited! Sage's card is fantastic and I love yours too!

Happy Dance said...

I'll bet those girls had a blast making Easter cards! Sage's card is darling, and you should tell her that I really like it! Your card is lovely too. Those eggs are gorgeous! Love the Springtime colors. Bev

Nora N. said...

What a fun group. I love the beautiful cards you created!!

Lynn said...

So fun! Love seeing all their cards.