My Pathfinding Card Kit

Can you believe that it is almost November?  Where has this year gone?

I have been asked to teach a workshop with lots of technique and I was going to do a variation of the Close to My Heart Pathfinding Workshop on the Go cards.  But as I took out the Pathfinding paper to really look at it, I totally fell in love with Pathfinding's rich colors and felt inspired.

My customers like a variety of sentiments on their cards so I designed 4 different cards that can be used for different occasions.

If you are local (Memphis, TN area) and would like to attend my workshop, the cost is only $12 to make these 4 cards and learn new techniques - heat embossing, easily adding multiple colors to your stamped images, unique random stamping, alcohol ink blending, and the sunburst card technique.

I just love everything about this card.  Who would have guessed that Glacier (blue) would go so well with the deep yellows and browns of Pathfinding?

The card design came from Sweet Sunday Sketch Challenge.

Sunburst card. I will show you how to make this easily.  Love how this card came out.

What a wonderful autumn Happy Birthday card and who doesn't need a birthday card?

This card pattern came from Mojo Monday.  I added multiple colors to this stamp before I stamped it.  The pumpkin and leaves were all colored with our new ShinHan Markers.

Not local but want to make these cards?  I can do all of the stamping for you and send you a kit for only $17 plus $5 shipping.  I will email you the complete instructions.  

To order a kit(s), you may pay securely online with a credit card or your PayPal account by using the PayPal “Add to Cart” button below. Be sure to use the drop down menu to choose your kit options. If you would like your kit(s) shipped, please choose the shipped option. $5 will be added for shipping.

                                        Pathfinding Technique Card Workshop (local)

                             Pathfinding Stamped Technique Card Workshop (shipped)


  1. Melinda, this is a great group of cards. I find them very dynamic!

    1. Thank you, Nancy! I appreciate you taking the time to comment.


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