Thanks for all your kind comments about my mishap with yesterday's card - there's hope for us all!
It is my policy not to share how workshop projects are made as I personally think that it is unfair to expect people to pay for a workshop and then share all the info for free to everyone. So, I will not be describing any of my workshop projects here in detail or making a video of them. You may find the same techniques scattered around the blog but not the exact workshop card details. That's just how I feel, sorry. Please don't keep asking me as my response will always be the same.
Here's today's card - using up Spellbinders demo bits again!
John Lockwood's Daisy Corner Elements Stamp Set and has been stamped using Cobalt Archival onto Coconut White Card. If you look closely you can see a couple of voids created by a bit of stray Iced Snow Glitter Jewels - they get everywhere when I'm demoing! I cut it out using a Spellbinders 6 x 6 Matting Basics Die (can't remember from which set). I cut a mat out of Cobalt Card using the other Spellbinders 6 x 6 Die Set - that's why you really need both as they create lovely 1/8" mats.
Spellbinders Floral Assortment Dies out of Periwinkle Card and made it 'hold hands' with the Cobalt mat.
Phill Martin's Decadent Damask 8 x 8 Paper Pad.
Spellbinders 6 x 6 Matting Basics B Die and a Spellbinders Grand Squares Die. I embossed first as the card has a habit of jumping out of the dies once cut, then I cut. I stamped some elements from John's Daisy Chain Elements Stamp Set around the frame using Cobalt Archival.