Saturday, 18 June 2011

**Cybercrop Class 8** By Ann Freeman

Time for something a little different now, not a layout nor a minibook but a home decor item which can be adapted into a fancy card as well. Ann shows us how in her instructions which can be downloaded in the usual place HERE , choose Class 8.


When you are finished pop back here to our blog and share your class project with us. Simply click on the link below and add your image straight from your pc.

See you again at 10pm with your next class by Suzanne Torr.

10 comments:

  1. thank you for lovely class.Can I ask if with the template you draw round inside yourself?As do not see smaller template for inside.Or am I being daft
    Daphne [lacemaker]

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  2. Ooh - this is lovely definitely going to give it a go.
    Daphne, Ann is out tonight - but I think if you have printed out the template, it is the horizontal single template (which has the writing in it) inside the main template that you cut round three times in the patterned paper.

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  3. Thank you said I was going daft.Silly me can see it now
    Daphne

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  4. Thanks Jane for answering this, I missed Daphnes question. It is a lovely frame isn't it - looking forward to seeing some of the creations made with this class :)

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  5. Apologies for not being around - should have scheduled my class for today!!
    Hope you are all having fun with it x

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  6. I used quotes rather than photos on mine, and embossed the backing papers rather than using PP - this will sit in my craft space which is red, white & black!

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  7. Love it Woozle! Thanks for taking part!

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  8. Loved this class so much
    Thank you x

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  9. So much fun, thank you for this class. Just uploaded my item, it features my Goddaughter who came to visit us for the first time in UK in 2009. Going to France to visit my family this week-end, I think I will offer this frame project to her grandmother, as I am sure she will love it. Anne x

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  10. I've made mine to sit in my living room once I have photos for it. Thank you for a brilliant class xx

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