Thursday, March 3, 2011

Lets get LUCKY!

  This month we will be creating our workshop layouts with one of my favorite new paper packets, LUCKY! I love how masculine this paper is especially for my boy only workshop members. But just because this doesn't have an ounce of pink doesn't mean it can't be used for girls. As you will see from the variety of themes for my layouts this paper is very versatile.  I feel like I say that about every paper packet but it is true that you can take one paper packet and collection of accessories and create three very different layouts.

   Did you see my cute Bingo board that says "Go Fight Win?" I made that with the adorable Bingo Alphabet stamp set. I just love this set. I also created my "south cache" on the second layout and "country" on the third layout with the same set.  Another feature I love about this stamp set is that it comes with the numbers and letters. This would be a perfect option to take advantage of the March Promotion: Free Blocks for You.

Do you want to make these layouts? It isn't to late to sign up!  Call or email me by Saturday, March 5th. Listed below is the shopping list for this class:

Basic Kit: G1018 (this kit includes the Lucky level 2 paper packet, Lucky stamp set, wooden designer buttons, natural hemp and workshop guide) $29.95 plus shipping and tax

Better Kit: Basic Kit plus Lucky Level 2 assortments, Colonial White Waxy Flax, Mini-Medley Accents Sunset Collection. $42.77 plus shipping and tax

Cards made by the talented Karen Pedersen
D1478 Bingo Alphabet $22.95
E1002 Rustic Alphabet $34.95
D1453 March SOM: Sensational Season $22.95 or less. (note the cards to the right use this stamp set)

If you can't come to the class but would still like to make these layout you can still order the supplies 24/7 online.


  1. I don't think I'd ever guess these were all from the same kit!! Super cute. Can't wait!!

  2. GORGEOUS layouts. I love all 3, ever so muchly!

  3. I like your choices on the layouts, Nicole! The focus on the bikes on number one is great and I liked how you switched up the journalling on #2. Thanks for sharing! I always love your work!