We all made nametags with the kits Autumn brought - these included the pre-cut cardstock, images, words, mica and fibers. I am going to add this to one of the pages in my western book.
Autumn also did a canvas hanging project which I loved. First we glued old book pages to the unstretched canvas and, after drying it, peeled portions off by sticking tape in places and peeling off. This gave a great texture. We then added pieces of torn fabric and an image with fusible webbing. Embellishments are paper or fabric flowers, buttons, and hand-stitching. The hangers were made from regular wire coat hangers! These two were her samples - I haven't finished mine but will post them later.
Linda showed us how to make two large tags using a Tim Holtz embossing technique and Cosmo Cricket papers. This is one of mine - the other is in my book.
Cher brought wooden boot cutouts and papers for us to embellish a cowboy boot. See the boot decorations on either side? These are actually made with a maple leaf punch! I've added this to a page in my book as well and you will see a better photo when I post the book pages.
You can see we were busy, busy, busy! But what fun we had. More tomorrow...