Another Top Note Class Project

Handmade Top Note bag

We had a great time in class yesterday!  Some worked on the Elizabeth class and some worked on the Top Note Fun class.  What fun projects we made!

Elegant Lines Embossing Folder

We used the Stampin’ Up! exclusive Top Note die along with several punches, the Elegant Lines embossing folder, some Concord Grape DSP and Whisper White Taffeta ribbon.

Concord Grape DSP

Here’s a side view.  You know, it really was hard to decide whether to use this for the Top Note Fun class or the Gift Card Giving Class!

Be sure to check out the Top Note Bag I shared yesterday along with the information on the Top Note Fun class.  Oh, be sure to check the comments that were left yesterday, some of the ladies who were in class yesterday left some comments for you to read!

Thank you for stopping by!


  1. Now that I see your picture, I realize that I forgot to spray on some shimmer! Surely I can sneak 2 minutes for that this afternoon while I am packing! Love all your projects – you do such a professional job, and everything looks very finished and polished.

  2. I can’t wait to do this class! And lots of others! Becky, I had a really fun time yesterday and it was great to meet you. I am so looking forward to Thursday and CHRISTMAS CARDS! See you then.

  3. This is gorgeous! I hope you get a lot of people to attend! I should learn how to make these. I know my customers would love this project.

    Thanks for sharing!


  4. Ditto on the above comments! Was a great time and looking forward to things to come!

  5. What an elegant project. I assume it holds cards. SU’s embossing folders are the best.

    • Since this is only the size of the Top Note die, no, it does not hold cards. The ladies at class yesterday said it would be perfect for a hubby to slip a ring or bracelet in. 🙂 We also decided ti would be great for some chocolate or a gift card too. It’s little but it sure is cute!

  6. Ooo – this is gorgeous! Thanks for blessing my pre-going-to-bed time! 🙂 See you tomorrow!

  7. Absolutely adorable! I love it!

  8. Becky, can you make the instructions available by e-mail for a charge? I live in Ohio and so can’t come take your classes though I would like to. Your blog is among my absolute favorites.

    • Hi Patricia,

      I am offering this class by mail to those living within the United States! The class includes all of the pieces you need to make the projects along with pictures and some instructions by email. The cost is $15.00 for the class along with $3.00 shipping.

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