I know some of you reading the Marsha Marsha Marsha are having a Brady Bunch flashback. I couldn't resist having a bit of fun because I grew up with the Brady Bunch kids and now whenever I hear the name Marsha I have fond memories from my childhood.
Memories like not playing ball in the house because mom always said not to, losing your front teeth makes you speak with a lisp, music can be groovy (especially Davey Jones - may he rest in peace), if a record label signs you and wants to call you Johnny Bravo...it might be just because you fit the suit, itching powder will in fact make you itch and of course when you finally get that big date with Mr. Right, it is inevitable that you will get hit on the nose with a football causing your nose to swell and bruise. Sadly when we grow up and we aren't so funny any more sooner or later they'll bring in a younger cuter version called cousin Oliver. I'm expecting him any day now.
But enough about the Bradys, let's talk crafting. I teach monthly paper crafting classes and encourage my attendees to share the crafty art they are inspired to complete outside the "classroom." Remember the card that Jeannie made? See it again by clicking HERE.
In today's post, I'm sharing Marsha's work (with her permission of course). The cards below are cards she was inspired to create after our card classes together.
The peek through window idea was a technique we did in class, but the ribbon around the frame below is beautiful and all Marsha's doing.
The Hearth and Home Framelit is from Stampin' Up! as well as the Sheltering Tree stamp set. Other stamps unknown. See how I used the window frame HERE.
Lovely view from the "window".
Does the following card look familiar? See another version HERE.
See a different version of this beautiful heart HERE.
Below she used the Reflection Technique to make this wonderful card.
The Bow Builder Punch on an Easter hat.
Bird singing on the Stampin' Up! Brick Wall embossing folder. Sweet ivy.
My special thanks to Marsha for sharing her card art work. You can see she is very busy creating. I'm so happy to have her as a part of my stamping community.
If you're near me, come join in the fun the third Friday of the month for a Technique Class for the intermediate to advanced stamper and the third Sunday of the month for a card class for beginners.
Contact me if you have questions.