These are the punches we will be using if you happen to have them or if you purchased them while they were on sale; the green and purple ones are from Hobby Lobby, the largest / last one is from Michaels. If you have the blue one, that is no longer made but is a Marvy Uchida and is the same as the one at Michaels.
If you don't have these punches, let me know and I will have the vellum punched out ahead of time for you.
To give you an idea of what the flowers look like when made with DSP:
These flowers go great on 3D items like boxes or embellish a tag with them
You will also need a stylus of any size and a pad to roll the stylus around on; a mouse pad will work.
The most important tool you will need is a pair of tweezers that are straight nosed like these:
The tweezers cannot have a curve at the end or they will not work. These can be purchased at Hobby Lobby in the Scrapbook Dept for less than $4.00 plus you can use your coupon on them. Click on the image to enlarge.
Other supplies you will need for this class are:
A bottle of Glossy Accents
A roller adhesive to hold the card layers together
A roll of two sided tape such as Scor-Tape
Tweezers with straight tips
Stylus and pad
These are some of the cards we will make in class. The flowers are made with vellum:
The cost of the class is $10 payable in cash the time of the class. If you are interested in taking this class, please email me back before Friday night at 5:00 pm at AnnGreenspan@gmail.com.