Tuesday, October 9, 2012

A Learning Experience

My neighbor, who happens to go to a Church other than mine, loves to give (and make, it turns out) cards. Her Church has a Wednesday card class, but alas, neither of us can attend! :-( So, the woman who runs it "practices" on us on Monday evening. Unfortunately, she was away last night and we were at loose ends. So, I came up with two cards to make with my neighbor.

I wanted to make some fancy fold cards using the same set from a*muse, so the first is a center step card and the latter an easel card. It was fun to 'teach' for a night.....lol....I learned a lot!

Thanks for stopping by!

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kadie said...

These are both simply lovely and perfect for a class! That's so fun that you and your neighbor were able to join together for card making!

MiamiKel said...

OMGosh, I am FLOORED by your post today! LOL! And you KNOW why :) :)
This is just beyond beautiful - love the Autumn theme, the wee leaf peeking in from off to the side - wish I could stamp and craft with you! Love you! x0x0

:: BlueInks :: said...

These cards turned out great.....who knew that you have a partner in crime so close?!

nwilliams6 said...

How fun you get to be the practice pupils! I love that idea. This is a perfect card for the class - thanks for sharing it!

Darlene said...

I love both cards, April! Your neighbor must have been thankful to have you share your card making skills with her. I know that I would be!
Hugs to you!