Day 1 Gift Card Holder. Love this - I can really use it during this upcoming Christmas season!
Day 2 Flower Card and petal envelope. A cute little note card with a pretty envelope. This would make a cute invitation.
Day 3 Doily Card and envelope. Wow - what a jaw-dropper! This card is really impressive. Would make a great wedding invite or shower invite.
Day 4 Paper Bag envelope and card. Just fun to think I can make a little paper bag to match my notes!
Day 5 Christmas card plus CD envelope. Not sure when I would use this, but it's nice to have in my arsenal if the right time comes along. It was especially fun to make the cd sleeve with the Christmas wording. You could transfer that part of it to a Christmas card design.
Day 6 Birthday Cardelope and my Christmas version of it. This was my favorite card to make - love the little zipper messages! Now I can customize them to have any sentiment I want!
Day 7: Airmail Envelope (double sided) and card. Today we made a double-sided print and cut envelope to fit a little Hello card. One of the KBS working files we got as part of the class was a neat ledger paper, which was used for part of the envelope. We also learned how to create a diagonal striped paper and use that on part of the envelope and card. The small card and envelope are the ones we did in the lesson, while the larger one is one I did afterwards on my own.
Day 8 - Thanks Pop-up card. This was a fun day for me. We learned how to do the pop-up section on the inside of a card for a word to pop-up. It takes a bit of work and thought, but I think now that I've done one, I could do others easier and quicker. We also made a really neat slider type envelope for the card with petal cutouts. Very pretty!
Day 9 - Butterfly pop-up card. This was a fun card too - it too takes a bit of thought on how things fit together. I really like the lacy butterfly Kerri gave us to work with. Such a cute little note card!
Day 10 - Last day! I am going to miss this class! I have learned so much - now I need to go play with all this new-found knowledge! Today we made flip cards and envelopes. First we made a standard A2 size card with a circle flip. We saved the template so we could easily go in and substitute the "flip" part for other shapes. But I can see this circle one being very useful. You could definitely stamp in the circle on the front and put the sentiment on the circle on the inside. I had a print and cut of this little frog and the inside sentiment, so I just put them on the circle for now.
The next flip card we made was used the butterfly image again. This is such a pretty note sized card - such a nice surprise when you open it up and there is the butterfly on the inside too!
Then of course, I had to make an owl flip card. It took me a couple tries, but I learned that the flip part needs to be symmetrical in order for it to be able to flip into the other side of the card. I had to work on my owl a bit to make him symmetrical, but I finally got it done! This will be a birthday card for my granddaughter who loves owls. I even added googly eyes! :)