Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Try It Tuesday~ with Maya Road!!!

Yesterday I promised you some Maya Road, so let's get started with 

I took a class with Caroline Lau, in Houston (Collins Rep Group), the owner of Maya Road.  She made me look at embellishments and placement differently.  She is very creative and very nice:):)
Here are the cards we made in the class~
All of the cards are made with Jillibean Soup paper.  Everything else is Maya Road.
The frame of the sentiment is by Stampin' Up ~ the sentiment is a set by Maya Road.






This card is holding a star necklace~ very clever and so sweet!!!!
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          Tell Me Dies, Tell Me Sweet Little Dies with Jillibean Soup

Because of these cards, I made 4 cards using the technique's I learned from taking the class with Caroline and created a class for Craft Crossing~
Tomorrow I will show you my 4 cards, that will be my next class Nov. 3 @ 1:00pm at Craft Crossing~
So stay tuned and I'll
see ya soon~


  1. Such an awesome collection of cards! Looks like it was a great class.

  2. Wowzers! What gorgeous cards. What a great class.

  3. Love the cards and the style. Now I want to make some! Thank you for sharing.

  4. Ohhhhhhhhhh these are gorgeous!!!! I am loving that heart on the second one!!!!!

  5. Loving every single one of these cards! I always struggle with such embellishments and you just rocked them!

  6. Awesome collection of cards!! Wowzer you did such a
    fab job Connie!
    What a wonderful experience sitting under an artist like that!
    Such fun and great education @ the same time~
    (I need that!! : )

  7. These are all so beautiful Connie!! I especially love the heart you one with part of the heart cut off on one side!!! :) Evie

  8. wow you have been crafty.. all of these are gorgeous.. love all the layers on each card and how cool you added a necklace.. great ideas and awesome designing..

  9. What a beautiful set of cards. I really love the heart and the flowers.

  10. The ticket flower is very creative!

  11. These are the type of cards I would love to make. Great job, Connie.


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