Thursday, March 7, 2013

Spring Flowers Card Class Special $10 - March 9, 11:30-1:00pm

I know this is short notice, but I decided to move up the Spring Flowers class to March 9 in order to offer it right after the Easter Cards class that same day and offer a 50% discount on the class fee as well by doing this.  If you can make it to the class on this date, the class will start at 11:30 right after the Easter Cards class.  You do NOT have to take the  Easter cards class in order to take the Spring  Flowers class; in fact, the Easter Cards class is closed out.

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

 this is the same as the one above

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

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