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Embracing New Ideas

Fabulous class this week the girls loved every minute … as did I … of all the new techniques they learned.

I am so pleased they are willing to embrace new ideas, each and every one are a pleasure to teach.

Showed two different ways this week of how to frame an image.

1) With Molding Paste

2) With Masks

A few are still unsure about using the Distress Inks but they still have a go and I can see huge progress every week.

Thanks girls for a very enjoyable morning. x x

Shirl

11 Responses to “Embracing New Ideas”

  1. Avril says:

    Hi Shirl, Two fabulous cards, love both techniques. Haven’t seen the double layering used on the bird card before. Great idea.
    Avril xx

  2. Margie D says:

    Wish I was near enough to come to your classes Shirl – both of these ideas look great! I’ve got a place at a workshop in Harrogate at the end of the month and can’t wait for that. Love, Margie x

  3. Janny Jager says:

    Very very beautiful Shirley
    Love them both.
    Greetings Janny

  4. Astrid says:

    Two fabulous cards with some great ideas! You have been one busy girl this week!

  5. Silvia says:

    Two wonderful cards, love the texture of the first one.

  6. Brenda Brown says:

    A great class idea Shirl and fabulous cards.
    hugs {brenda} x0x

  7. Sandra says:

    Wow both fabulous, the class sounds a real treat to enjoy. Sandra X

  8. coco says:

    I’ve just made a little walk on your blog, your art works are really gorgeous and delicate Shirley… All is beautiful !!! Thank you for your lovely comment on my Halloween make too. Have a lovely end of week-end, Crafty Hugs Coco x

  9. Shirley says:

    Beautiful cards, I really like the texture framing on the top one and the double masking on the bottom. Happy Sunday, Shirleyx

  10. Buttons says:

    Great double layering, and I adore your moulding paste frame with the textured tree. Superb Shirley. Keep pushing them! Jenny x

  11. […] This card follows on from the other week where we did masking with distress inks … see it here. […]

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