Friday, March 18, 2011

Technique Class Projects

I held my techniques class today and here are the great projects we made. I will try to add more details next week, but at least you can see the photos. NOTE: the supplies have now been added.

We used a different sentiment on this card, but I don't have a photo of it yet. I think the ladies liked this sentiment, which is from a retired set. ADDED NOTE: See post on 3/24/11 to view the card we made in class.
sets- well scripted, (Hodgepodge Happiness is what we used on the actual card)
cs- very vanilla, shimmery white
ink- elegant eggplant pad, refill, and marker, daffodil delight and perfect plum ink refills
access- butterfly punch, wide oval punch, designer label punch (on actual card, shown here, big shot, top note die, manhattan flower embossing folder, vanilla grograin ribbon, aquapointers and mister bottles, hobby blade, mat pack, paper piercer, brads, dimensionals

sets- easter blossoms
cs- rose red, springtime vintge dsp, pear pizzazz, very vanilla
ink- pear pizzazz pad, rose red craft & classic pad
access- rose red seam binding, clear ep, vintage flower adornments, mini glue dots, big shot, tulip frame embossing folder, saning block, pinking hearts border punch

sets- create a cupcake, a word for you, punch bunch
cs- pacific point, basic black, whisper white, old olive, melon mambo and tempting turquoise scraps
ink- pacific point, old olive, melon mambo pads
access- ice crea parlor ribbon, crop-a-dile, tombo all purpose glue, dimensionals, big shot, square lattice embossing folder, build a cupcake punch, scallop square punch

sets- optional greeting from something to celebrate (not shown)
cs- whisper white, old olive ice cream parlor dsp
ink- basic black pad
access- 2-3/8" scallop circle punch, ice cream parlor ribbon and flower buttons, 5/16" neutral brads, dimensionals

If you'd like to learn all the fun techniques we used on these cards and more, you can schedule a workshop. Also, I can hold a class for you and friends where you each pay a $12 fee and make these 4 or a different 4 other cards.

Happy Stamping! Mary

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