A black and white ball

origami shirt slice

Well, we certainly did have ourselves a black and white ball at our Summer Stamptacular on Saturday.

A big thanks to my teammate presenters, Jan and Hazel and to our lovely ladies who attended on the day, all of whom sweltered through all our projects without complaint. We were melting by the end, lol, but we still managed to have a lot of fun and everyone came away with absolutely fantastic results. They all looked sooo professional!

Everyone was given the choice of using either the Modern Medley DSP or some retired papers, (both were in their Goodie Bags), for our plethora of paper projects Laughing. But I have to say that the samples made up in the Modern Medley looked exceptionally elegant – I’m totally in lurve with that paper, it’s so very versatile – leave it plain or brayer it/sponge it with another colour for a whole new set of papers!

Anyhow, I figured I’d just share a few quick pix of the projects that I presented.

Here’s the origami shirt, complete with Mini Brad “buttons” – perfect as a masculine birthday card.

origami shirt card

And not wanting the ladies to be left out, we made a little handbag:

modern bag

Just big enough to hold a little lip balm.

modern bag inside

Then we made an origami photo frame which we mounted onto a large square card.

photo frame

And though we didn’t have time to make this on the day, I also demonstrated how the photo frames could be connected together to make a photo cube.

photo cube

Thanks for stopping by.

Sara xx

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4 responses to “A black and white ball

  1. I really enjoyed my first workshop with you all Sara, thanks so much for a great day and great projects!

    Dawn 🙂

    • Hi Dawn

      Thanks for stopping by and commenting. It was lovely to have you join us and I’m so glad that you enjoyed it. Just popped by your blog and love the pix you posted of your finished projects. Promise me though that you will cut into the Modern Medley papers some time, they’re too nice to sit on the shelf 😀

      Sara xx

  2. Cheryl Sanderson

    Love the bag with the lippy in! Can you demo it at our neext meeting please? I would love to know how to make it.

    C x

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