Monday, September 20, 2010

Launch Make & Takes

On Friday night I held a launch party for my customers. We had a lovely night with wine & cheese, plenty of laughs, prizes, party games and of course, a make and take. Here is the card I made as the sample using the delightful decorations set and that gorgeous ornament punch:
And since the fine supernova glitter comes in a range of colours I got the girls to pick the colour of their own card. I took a couple of snaps to show the combinations, but bear in mind it was late on Friday night, so the flash was on. Here is my favourite combination, early espresso & crumb cake:
Tempting turquoise and crumb cake:
Pretty in pink & crumb cake:
And another striking combination, tangerine tango and crumb cake:
The sentiment us from the new set called curly cute, which I think is ever so cute, and we used the eyelet border punch on the corners of the colours card stock, just for a bit of interest.
We had quite a few kids come along this time, and so I let my girls stay up late and we gave them free range on the stamp sets. That was ok, but free range on the glitter maybe not such a good idea! I am still finding sparkles 3 days later! Anyway, another young guest Miss Olivia, made a card just like her Mum's so I thought I would take a photo and post it for her, since she is only 9! I think she did an amazing job! A future demonstrator I think!


Andrea L - EnchantINK said...

These are FAB! Love seeing all the colour combos! I just wish the supernova was not so messy to work with! How did you survive using it at a workshop??? giggle! Hugs Andrea xxx

Philippa Petty said...

Yes it was a great evening. Lot's of fun and way too much cheese. Thanks for a lovely evening.

Adele said...

These are gorgeous Leonie! Doesn't the new punch make it easy! Ms O is definitely demonstrator material :)

Alison said...

WOW these are awesome, I love all the different colour combos. This will definately be on my list to Case.

Sam said...

What a lovely Christmas card Leonie! Wish I'd been at your looks like it would have been lots of glittery fun!

Best wishes,