New Stampers

Last month I ran a freebie class to introduce new people to stamping. This month 5 of the ladies returned, we made 3 Christmas cards and a tag. Simple enough for all to achieve but still smart enought to send.
Here is a close up of the first card, we stamped half of the front of the card to create a background using soft sky,smoky slate and pear pizzaz ink and the Endless Wishes stamp set. The other half was covered with All is Calm DSP. The greeting strip was stamped, added a couple of sequins and lost lagoon ribbon bow.
On the front of this next card we adhered a piece of the All is Calm DSP, stamped a greeting from the Good Greetings stamp set then layered a piece of ribbon across. The snowflakes are from Endless Wishes, punched out with circle punches and finished with a sequin.
This last card was my favourite and could easily be adapted according to your paper scraps and greetings to suit different occasions. Would make a perfect card for a man.
Lost Lagoon layered onto Whisper White. Another layer of the white onto which rectangles of cardstock and DSP (all is Calm again - I LOVE this paper!) have been layered. Finished with a greeting from Good Greetings and some snowflakes.
Finally, we made a tag. Again, using the same DSP, ribbon and embellishments but the stamped image is from Merry Everything. Finished with some white bakers twine.
What do you think? If you'd like to check out the supplies used, take a look below...
(Please note - the Good Gretings stamp set is not available for purchase at this time. It is offered as a hostess benefit on a qualifying party order),