Wednesday, 9 May 2012

Workshop News

Yesterday was my monthly Tuesday morning workshop and we made 'Spring Fold Cards' - take a look

The one in the middle is the one we made first and I have a close up as you can't see it very well in the picture above!

I used some basic coloured card stock to make this along with some pieses of the gorgeous Stampin' Up DSP - Beyond the Garden. Stamps used were from the Greenhouse Garden and Field Flowers sets and I used Peach Parfait and Tangerine Tango inks plus a little Old Olive.

The next two cards were a technique  quickly demo'd at the end of the workshop and are 'Side Spring Fold Cards'.

So using more or less the same materials these cards were made using a tecnique I found in the resources section on Splitcoast Stampers - stamps used were Everything Eleanor (swirl) Field Flowers and Fabulous Florets - also a sentiment from Vintage Vogue. The scalloped edge square was die cut on my Cuttlebug.
As always - all tutorial details will be HERE on my Craft Club Blog - or you can click on the pic in my side bar. See you soon - Jacqueline xx


  1. Loved making these, real paper engineering as my husband calls it! Thanks Jacqueline
    Louise xx

  2. Gosh I found it challenging enough making the central spring fold card... not sure if I could get my head around a side spring fold! These are so lovely and bright... you have a gift for coming up with cheerful colour schemes!

  3. These are lovely summery cards....especially on another grey day here in Cheshire. You're very good at these folding techniques...Suzanne

  4. L-O-V-E these!!! Gorgeous coloring--so pretty! LOVE the patterns and flowers you've used! :)

  5. 'The earth laughs in flowers' - how cute is that?! I love the bright spring colours too. Vicky x

  6. You have some fabulous cards on your blog.
    Sorry I haven't had time to leave comments on them all.
    Thanks for stopping by, I really enjoy entering your challenges.
    Thanks for the inspiration.
    hugs Kimx