Tuesday, July 24, 2012
Alison, Katrina, Patricia and Katrena were able to choose their own colour combos and everyone made a card uniquely their own.
If you would like to join our Tuesday afternoon - Stampin' Up! class and be a part of the fun, just send me an email or call me on 0414 393 035, and I'll reserve your place for you.
Friday, July 20, 2012
Learn some new skills in our Saturday - Stampin' Up! card making class.Create cards and projects to take home using paper crafting techniques.
We will be doing 2 make and takes, and we'll also be playing with some new punches, doing some direct-to-stamp colouring and learning a stamping-off technique to give depth to your stamped image.
Date: Saturday August 11th 2-4pm
Venue: St Peters
Investment: $15 includes afternoon tea and all materials.
My Youtube tutorials.
This tutorial uses the Delicate Doilies stamp set, and I show you how to give it some extra BLING!
There will be a lucky door prize and a free make and take, so you'll get a chance to get your fingers inky and have fun learning some new techniques, AND... there will be cupcakes and chocolate :) I've had a sneak peek at the new catalogue and can't wait to play with the new designs.
Join us for an afternoon tea party and meet some new friends!
Venue: St Peters
Tuesday, July 17, 2012
I first stamped the image onto Stampin' Up! whisper white card stock using early espresso ink, then picked up the colour with my blending pen directly from the markers (Rich Razzleberry and Old Olive). I finished off by shading in Sahara Sand, then ran it through the Big Shot using the Labels Collection Framelits die.
Next I cut a larger piece of Old Olive Card stock and 2 larger pieces of Rich Razzleberry Card stock (one for the card back, which I scored using my scoring tool near the top of the back piece to make a "hinge" so the card would open) using the Big Shot. I used dimensionals to pop up the focal image and added some pearls.
I made this card for my friend Rob's 60th birthday. He owns a red FJ holden just like the one on the card.
I didn't have a photo of his car, so I googled "red FJ holden" and found this image, which I printed out on photo paper, cropped it by cutting round the outline, then popped it up using dimensionals.
The card was matted onto Stampin' Up! whisper white card stock, using a real red and basic black frame made with the Framelits Labels Collection Die. I added the numbers (from my stash...they are thin plywood, painted with acrylic paint in white) .I popped up the red base with dimensionals The stamps used are from the Apothecary Art stamp set, which I love, and the For Everything stamp set.