Monday, June 28, 2010

Christmas in July "Stamp a Stack"!

Get a jump start on your Christmas card making this year!
By the time you leave this class, you will have 10 different Christmas cards (pictured above) in your hands and will have learned the secrets of the "One Sheet Wonder" technique!
Date: Thursday, July 29
Time: 6:00 – 9:00 PM
Place: My Home
Cost is $20 per person* and will include all supplies (including envelopes) and the tutorial to duplicate the One Sheet Wonder technique on your own!
Use this same technique to whip up quick Birthday Cards, Thank You Cards, or any other card set… right on the spot!
Space is limited, so contact me today if you would like to attend!
Payment is required in advance to guarantee a spot in the class and is non-refundable. Payment can be mailed or dropped off in the form of cash or a check. I will also accept paypal.
* Registration fee discounts are available to anyone placing an order. See me for more details.

Thursday, June 24, 2010

June Club Projects

I'm finally back from vacation so I can post the projects we made in club this month!
First, we made a card featuring the Watercolor Trio set from the summer mini, as well as the beautiful color combination of Chocolate Chip, So Saffron, Pretty in Pink and Certainly Celery. And what's that I spy??? *gasp!* It's a preview item from the next IBC!!! ;o)
The neat-o thing about THIS card is it has a tear-out bookmark in it! How cool is that?!? What a perfect card to give along with a book! :o)
You can find the tutorial for the bookmark card on SCS here!
Secondly, we made a Fourth of July Acetate Box using the Red, White and Blue jumbo wheel - also from the summer mini. An acetate box tutorial can be found on SCS here. I differed our version slightly by making it a bit taller and adding a "wrap-around" piece. For that piece, we rolled the jumbo wheel (using Real red ink) twice - once on Real Red Cardstock and again on whisper white. We used the Real red piece to wrap around the box, and then cut out phrases from the Whisper white piece and placed them over their matching phrases on the Real Red CS using stampin' dimensionals.
What a fun treat box! What would YOU fill it with for your 4th of July gathering? :o)

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