Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Razzlebnerry Splash Card Class

For an upcoming class, in addition to the kit, I will be supplying a pack of Basic Pearls, one sheet of Dimensionals, and 16 envelopes. Any punches, embossing folders, stamp sets, ink, or ribbon will also be provided at the class.
 
 
Most of the cards have a feminine theme, but I did make two that did not use any flowers so
they could be used for masculine cards.
 
I really love the colors in the Razzleberry Splash Simply Scrappin' Kit, but I don't do as much scrapbooking as I do card making.  So, I decided to purchase it anyway and use it to make a lot of cards instead.  I made 16 cards with the kit, and although I did use most of the 8 sheets of 12 x 12 card stock, I still have 4 full sheets of Designer Series Paper left over, some of the die cut stickers, and plenty of scraps to use with my punches.  A really economical and easy way to make a nice variety of cards in a short period of time.  I will be offering this as one of my classes this Spring, and the ladies will be happy to see that they can make 16 cards, and still have a lot of product left over for future projects.
 
I did emboss some of my card fronts with different embossing folders, added some pearls and ribbon to a few of them, and stamped a sentiment on most of them as well, and will include envelopes when I offer this in my class.  Otherwise, everything else was made exclusively with the kit.

The following were used:
Simply Scrappin' Kit:  Razzleberry Splash #126930
Ink:  Night of Navy #126970, Rich Razzleberry #126950, Lucky Limeade #126084
Ribbon:  Rich Razzleberry 1/4" Stitched Grosgrain #126876, Pink Pirouette 3/8" Taffeta #122981
Punches:  Elegant Butterfly #127526, Scallop Oval #119856, 1 3/4" Scallop Circle #119854, 1 3/8" Circle #119860, Extra-Large Oval #119859, Scallop Trim Border #118402
 
I also used a variety of Stamp Sets for my sentiments, and a variety of embossing folders to add dimension to some of my card fronts. 

3 comments:

Melissa said...

Love this scrappin' kit, but knew I would not make scrapbook pages with it. Maybe I will get one now & try to make some of the cards you did. Thanks for sharing!

Sharon said...

What a GREAT idea! Love what you did with the Simply Scrappin Kit! I will have to go buy it now! Thanks so much for sharing this!!

Kimberley said...

I love Razzleberry and have been wanting to get that scrappin kit to make cards. Thanks for sharing this idea and getting me re-motivated to purchase it and make my own set!