Boy oh boy...I have a GREAT line up in store for you next week!!! It's a jam packed TECHNIQUE CLASS! You'll enjoy making five cards and going home with a wealth of stamping information. Two of the cards you'll be making are shown in this post.
- We'll be using a technique called Plaid Silhouette;
- Learning how to make frames with the new Framelits;
- Learning a new technique called EMBOSSED EMBOSSING; and
- Playing with a little FAUX TEARING!!!
Please email or call to register by Tuesday at noon. There's 3 locations and times:
WEDNESDAY: Hobby Lobby (Oshkosh) 10 am or Omro Foxview (Omro) 6 pm
THURSDAY: Party and Print (Little Chute) 10 am
COST: $15 (includes envelopes)
Here's a close up of the die cut flower...these are sooo elegant.
The EMBOSSED EMBOSSING technique is so much more spectacular in person.
Just ink up a brayer with VersaMark and lightly run it across your embossing folder on the "raised" side of the image, use your Embossing Buddy on your cardstock and run it through the Big Shot.
Pour on your embossing powder and brush off any excess with a small paint brush. Sometimes it will try to stick in places it shouldn't...
Heat set your embossing powder. If you have any areas that didn't get good coverage - you can use the handy VersaMarker to touch up and re-powder and heat again. Very cool looking in real life!!!
I embossed the stamped image from the Apothecary Art stamp set - a beautiful new set in the Occasions Mini. Then stamped the image again in Island Indigo ink and punched out the center circle with the 1" Circle Punch and colored the leaves in with a Lucky Limeade marker. The embossed image is popped up on Dimensionals and so is the 1" circle.
Here's a set in Island Indigo and Elegant Eggplant cardstock.
I've had a few of you contact me about signing up for classes after the "Tuesday noon" deadline...you're waiting to see all the cards for each class. I just want to update you on why I'm not posting "all" the cards. I am desperately working on my new stamp room...which is taking WAYYYY more time than I thought it would. Getting all the cards done for each class each week takes alot of time - so does photographing and editing and cropping and advertising... So you'll need to decide to take the class based on a couple photos and the theme of the class. Most demonstrators don't show the cards for upcoming classes...so being able to see a couple is better than none. Please bear with me while I continue to work like a dog getting my new stamping space ready to roll. Let me tell you - with this frigid weather - it's only 60 degrees in my basement - my hands are cold and my feet are freezing! My little space heater just can't keep up.
Sign up sooner than later. With my time being cut short - this really helps so that I don't have to go back through all my stuff to cut for more people after the deadline - THANKS SOOOOO VERY MUCH!!!!
Hope to see you this week for a fabulous class!!!
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