Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Materials you need to bring with you are your own decorative scrapbook paper and matching cardstock colors, two sided adhesive tape 1/2 inch, a roll on tape adhesive, scissors, paper trimmer, fine tip glue pen, and ribbon to match your scrapbook paper (we will use the ribbon to close the album, but this is not required). Any width of ribbon will do.
I will provide the jewelry to make the charms, the chipboard covers, the paperbags, some embellishments, vellum, punches, stamps/ink, and some journaling paper but not all. I will also bring in the Grand Calibur and spellbinder dies, the Cuttlebug and dies for the tags, and scoring boards to make the photo flaps with.
Please email me at email@example.com if you have any questions. Registration deadline for this class is Oct. 20 so that I have time to shop for materials.
Sunday, September 25, 2011
What better way to control the colors you want on your stamped image than to use markers on your stamp?! In this class you will learn all the techniques needed to stamp the perfect image using Memento markers on your stamp and a secret along with that which will make your stamped image sparkle, but not the entire background, just the stamped image.
All materials provided except you bring a few pieces of old newspaper to cover our work area, your roller adhesive to make the cards, scissors and a paper trimmer if you have one. The class will start right at 5:30pm so you will have time to make as many cards as you like. I have Holiday themed stamps to use or floral ones and all the Memento markers. The cost of the class is $25. Cash preferred. We meet at the Hobby Lobby in Columbia off Snowden River Parkway in the BJ's shopping center. Thank you.
Monday, September 19, 2011
Four techniques and more all on one card. This is the only time this class will be offered. Please bring roller adhesive, a fine tip glue pen and a scoring board with the envelope corner. Email me by 10/18 if you would like to take this class. I will bring my punch around the page sets.
Learn how to make these beautiful glass-like shapes using acetate and the plastic material everything you buy these days is packaged in. These flowers and butterflies can be used as hairclips or pins or as embellishments on cards and scrapbook pages. Reserve your spot by 10/2 and 10/6 as this class will fill fast. See the schedule on the blog for more details or email me with any questions you have. We will be using alcohol inks for this class so please wear old clothing. Start saving your plastic packaging now -- all kinds of plastic will be used from the very thinnest to the heaviest. Also bring heavy duty scissors that can cut the plastic as you will be cutting circles out of the plastic. Bring your plastic and scissors, tweezers and heat gun. The cost of this class is $25, cash preferred please.
In this class you will be able to decide whether to decorate your bag that you assemble as a Halloween treat bag or emboss it in the Grand Calibur as a Home Decor bag. You will have time to make two bags.
Sunday, September 18, 2011
1mm/5mm, 2mm/6mm & 3mm/8mm
I don't know anywhere else that you can find such a large stylus and get all 3 plus tweezers for $9.00 with your coupon. You can find this at Hobby Lobby stores now. I highly recommend it as it will change your papercrafting life.
Saturday, September 17, 2011
This is the card we will be making in class which involves 3 emboss resist techniques and even more..........join us at 5:30 Monday night 9/19 at Hobby Lobby in Columbia, MD. Bring your non-stick craft mat and basic tool kit, heat gun if you have one.
Wednesday, September 14, 2011
Wednesday, September 7, 2011
These bags can either be embellished for Halloween or home decor. I will have all the Halloween punches and ribbons, plus the Grand Calibur to emboss the bags if you want to make them for home decor as in the photo above. This class is only $10 and you should have time to make two bags.
Saturday, September 3, 2011
The mini roses and mums are from the Cricut Flower Shoppe Cartridge and we will make those also.