These were the lovely new 'dotty' papers - all pearlescent and such pretty colour combinations. And this first sample is such a great use of these shaped die-cuts as well and just perfect for Easter.
Julie shared a variation on the 'rolled rose' technique - this time with the edges folded over and instead of keeping them tightly rolled you let them spring open revealing a pretty 'shabby' style rose. These papers are really substantial but still flexible so they're perfect for being manipulated into these fab flower embellishments.
As always Julie has been super clever piecing these die-cut shapes to 'bridge the gap' on the card at the right of this shot and some of the sentiment circles with a whole lot more text are gorgeous.
This is such a pretty sample and would make a lovely class project and wouldn't it look simply fab hanging on the wall in a craft room or work area?
These samples ony scratch the surface of all the great Craftwork Card papers and products that were demo'd on the day but it's so neat seeing them all made up - kinda makes you want one of everything huh LOL!