I’m back today with my September Blessed2Craft Make Take Monthly Class.
For this class I used the Rustic Harvest Suite which is beautiful. It has me dreaming of crisp cool weather, and all things pumpkin spice.
Just to be clear I do NOT like Pumpkin Spice Coffee anything. However I will take all the Pumpkin Spice Candles, and Scones!
Once I got started using this suite I couldn’t stop. One of my favorite things to create during all is all things pumpkins.
This month I put together a full class featuring cards, pretty packaging, and memory keeping layouts.
Blessed2Craft September Class
The make and takes for this month club projects feature all kinds of beautiful pumpkins, and fall leaves.
My Wink Of Stella pen got a work out with all these projects this month.
I would love for you to join us this month for Blessed2Craft!
Each month you get $20 in product, exclusive videos, and a full colorful PDF with all measurements, and photos.
This month you will receive ¼ pack of the Rustic Harvest Designer Paper, A Fun Embellishments, and a set of Gold Specialty Paper.
Autumn Gift Giving
This month I created 4 different Pretty Packaging options. Fall is one of the easiest times to create a pretty package for a gift for a friend, or loved one.
Every year I put together a candle for each of the teachers, and staff members at my kids school.
Simple Layered Cards
I created 4 simple card using the designer paper to create my layers. For these cards I wished I had embossed the card base.
Simple Basic Black Cards
I love creating White Space Cards which simple means there is more white space than anything.
For this month I decided to create Basic Black Space Cards instead. These turned out beautiful.
rustic Harvest Scrapbooking Layout
I feel like the last few months I have been getting back in to creating my Simply Layered Pages.
These are simple layered pages that I will be able to add photos to later in the season.
You can purchase any of the products I used in today’s project in my online store HERE, or by clicking on the photos below.
I will be back next week with new project!