I made a double twisted easel card with a pink and green colour combo. I began making this card at the craft group, a mentor at the group suggested I tried decoupage on one of the squares.
I had enough paper to do this and after completing the card, was pleased with the effect because it made the card look much more sophisticated.
I completed monochrome photography card, including my image of York Cathedral. I used black and white colours to compliment the design. It has been suggested this card would be a great male Valentines card, but I decided to give it to our local vicar as she is moving away.
The last of the bunch, I made a Mother’s Day card for my Nan. This card was very time-consuming and quite difficult to make. It was the first of this template I had done.
I used two pennies as a weight so the sunflower rotates round and round when sliding across. I completed the card at Creative Crafts; they had a lovely choice of papers and card toppers. Although it was quite hard work to make, I’m very pleased with the design.