Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Creative University Projects

I spent that past weekend at Creative University, an awesome creative retreat, hosted by my CTMH consultant Tresa Black. I enjoyed meeting other scrappers and learning from the excellent "professors," Tresa had lined up to teach classes. Here are the projects I created at CU.

Beautiful "family" layout taught by Nona Davenport.
Flowers made with CTMH pleated ribbon.

Scrapping with fabric layout taught by Christina Dunham. Love the "yo-yo" cherries. Just need to add three vertical 4x6 pictures to the right hand page.
Altered clipboard taught by Denise Anderson Turley.
Love those glittery paper roses!
Corner bookmark card taught by Jenn Royal.
That stamp set and paper pack are so cute!
Cards from the card boutique provided by Shelia Bennett and Donna Smith. Mine cards aren't exactly like theirs, as I was pressed for time and just took the materials, stamped the images and tried to recreate on my own.
More awesome gift card holders by Shelia and Donna.
So simple, yet so special.

Oops, I guess the "it's your Birthday" part of the card was suppose to go in one of the "hip hip hooray slots, now I have room for two gift cards.
This was one of my favorite cards. Simple and very pretty.

The awesome cluster charm necklace, taught by Erin Grotegut. Sorry for the poor picture, my camera was having a hard time focusing on all those shiny charms.

~Amy

8 comments:

mE said...

LOVE all the pics! SO glad you had a wonderful time and I really enjoyed meeting you!

INky Smiles!
Erin

Amy Gehring said...

Hey, I think I've seen these somewhere before... :) Still love the awesome photo on the clipboard.

momo and papa said...

I'm not a scrap booker, but your projects look beautiful, especially the photos of the sweetie babies. xoxo

Creatique Innovationz said...

These are gorgeous & I love how you put your pages together :) & Adore your Blog Amy. Thank you sooo much for the incredible gift you gave me. HUGGLES!

~Mychl said...

What great photos of the projects!! So glad you had fun! I'm glad I got to meet you, even if only for a short bit!

Dawn said...

Wonderful photos!! Thanks so much for sharing. :)

Bugga said...

Love this Blog - you are one, very gifted woman!

LynnSus said...

QUESTION...how do you do this, AND keep house, tend children, cook meals, love children, tend husband, train Dwight, chase children, ...

:) I'm glad you have such a rewarding and obviously enjoyable hobby - I treasure getting your handiwork (and Kim's and Amber's) in the mail!

xoxox,
auntie s