As promised, I am sharing the awesome cards created by the ladies that attended the September Hen House swap last Saturday.
This first card was made by Kelley, a self-proclaimed stamping virgin. :-)
Kimber made this cute Halloween card while she was recovering from her recent car accident! What a dedicted card crafter!
These two autumn cards were sent in by Trish and Liz who were unable to make the class on Saturday but still wanted to participate in the swap. Notice the stitching around the scarecrow? Love the pairing of sewing and card making! And the colors in the leaf card are some of my favorites.
Mary made this card using the distress stain resist technique on patterned paper. I love the way the stains allow the pattern to show through.
Gloria made this card using a unique plastic flower embellishment.
Peggy spritzed her stamp before stamping the wild flowers on this purple beauty. It gave it a watercolor effect.
Sandy used the distress resist technique to make the gorgeous green paper band and the paper pieced centers of the flower.
Cynthia used punches and sponging to create this cute cat card.
Stephanie cut out hats from some decorative scrapbook paper and made a series of unique Halloween cards.
Hope you enjoyed seeing their work. I look forward to next month!