Studio is closed, due to fire.

Sunday, March 6, 2011

Crop for Cure Frame Class

It's all over again for another year, and the Crop For Cure was a great success. Amanda Bulkley does an incredible job of planning and making it all happen. Of course there are all the wonderful volunteers, many names I don't actually know, but faces are very familiar, and friendly, each year. Ann Leek does lots of running for all the door prizes etc. The vendors have a great time and here is one class sample and a very satisfied Amanda showing off her lovely frame. All it needs now is a cute photo of her daughter to put inside.


  1. That is such a beautiful card, anyway I could get the instructions for making this.

  2. Thank you. This is a frame die cut from AccuCut and I die cut the paper to adhere to it. The style I did create, but it's pretty easy when you have a die cut to go by.
    My AccuCut machine is not kept at the studio, as we don't have the space.
    But when we do something special, like the Crop for Cure or Autism Crop,
    I can cut those items and bring along to teach. I believe the next class would be a Mother's Day class in May. Check to calendar when May comes.
    Thanks again.