Saturday, August 14, 2010

A Family Affair

My family and I spent all day yesterday putting together 40 card kits that make 5 cards each. I am teaching a class next week at our home church's (Grace Community Church) Missions Conference. The best part about this class is I'll be teaching fellow missionaries who serve all over the world. It'll be fun to introduce my friends to this hobby I love.

Here are my mom and Gaby putting together the kits while I cut paper.

Doesn't that pile of ribbon look so pretty?

The Card kits put together - all 40 of them!

And these are the cards we'll be making.

Well, I'm off to help with a make and take with SRM Stickers at Stamp Your Heart Out in Claremont. If you're in SoCal, come see us.
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  1. That sounds like a wonderful card class, Nina! The cards you designed are just beautiful! I am sure your fellow missionaries will have a great time and you will get to meet lots of wonderful people! Cute photos!

  2. Way to go Nina! Sounds like you are making the most of your time here in the states! Way to go!

  3. Oh, looking promising, I like how nicely you pack all the materials for the card class :)
    Hope we'll meet when you'll have another one back in Croatia ;)
    Your girls are sweet as always and the cards are lovely.
    It would be great if someone would photograph all the cards from the workshop when your feloow missionaries make them :)

  4. Hi, I finally found your blog while blog hopping. I just got my subscription issue of Spet/Oct Papercrafts & really love your Shabby Birthday Card. They are featuring it as an online bonus project. Very pretty. :0)
    Wishing you a peaceful, happy Sunday.

  5. Nina, how fun to have your Mom and daughter help you pack up your class kits and lucky you to introduce your missionary friends to this love of paper we all have.

  6. What a great way to help your church and have a good family time! Those card kits looks awesome Nina!

  7. lovely set of cards! looks like you had fun putting those together! your girls are so cute!

  8. Really, does it get much better than that? :-) Wish I could have been there! I hope all is well with you and your family!
    Hugs from Denmark!

  9. I'd love to join such classes but its hard to find one here in the Philippines..also those lovely patterned are one lucky girl to have them all available in your place...


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