Saturday, August 6, 2011

Frame Class

I have been wanted to do the Name Frame Class for quite some time now and just never put it on the calendar. As I was unpacking my stamp stuff an dputting away the frames I thought - I just need to get this scheduled. This was a last minute class (less than a week) but we had a few takers. These are the frames that were created. I was so proud of my ladies :)

I wanted to make a frame with my new last name but I wanted to use Early Espresso for the background first layer but I needed 12x12 size and didn't have any so I made one for Dave's parents for Christmas. I used Chocolate Chip, Marina Mist, Crumb Cake and Cajon Craze.

This is Colleen and she loves to read. When asked what she wanted to use she wanted to say I {heart} books. I loved the way it turned out. The color combo used was Cherry Cobbler, Basic Black, Pear Pizzazz, and Very Vanilla.

This is Gwenda. She made her family name. It is a very soft color and very beautiful. She used Blush Blossom, Chocolate Chip, Pear Pizzazz and Very Vanilla.

This is Melinda. Her frame has a special story. Today she is becoming the guardian of a 15 year old girl - Amara. Amara is very lucky to have someone who cares about her so much and her well-being. Melinda wanted to welcome Amara to their family so she made her this frame. She used Chocolate Chip, Blush Blossom, Crumb Cake, and Very Vanilla.

This is Shirley and she did her family name as well. The stamping and the frame look so great together. Shirley used Cherry Cobbler, Early Espresso, Marina Mist and Very Vanilla.

Great job ladies. You are all so talented and did a great job! This was so fun. I so look forward to next time.


GINA said...

Way too cute!!! I really want to make one!!!

Cheryl said...


Love the frames, they are all so cute. Where could I find frames these sizes? Would love to attempt to make one of my own.

Cheryl in Texas

Kristine said...

Hi Cheryl,

I am so sorry I did not see your comment sooner. So if you by chance see this - I got the frames at Wal-Mart.