Tuesday, 1 August 2017

August & September Classes

The August class is Mainly Masculine, but don't let that put you off if you're not wanting masculine cards, as I've prepared alternatives. The date for this one is Friday 18th August at 7pm.

Leaves can be any background colour, there are substitute cards for the other two.

Masking and sponging is the technique we are exploring on the leafy card. The colours can easily be altered to suit your taste. The other two cards have alternatives available. The  base is changed about by using different DSP (designer series paper) and I have lots of these prepared already. There are two different sentiments from the same stamp set which can be used on this card.



 You will make three cards as usual for $20. If you are a particularly fast worker, you can purchase additional cards at $3, stamp the sentiment and finish the card at home. This is special cash and carry for this class only, as I have prepared a LOT, due to the fact I only arrive back from holiday a few days before this class.


Super Duper is a fun and versatile stamp set. These are other versions of the two sentiments, made with more masculine-type colours and patterns. There's a dramatic YAY! as well.The bonus with this easy design is that you can add to it for a bit more 'dash'. Numbers for a special birthday, flowers for the ladies, an anchor for a sailor, and ice cream cone for a special little girl.

These are some alternatives for those who don't fancy masculine.

September is Totally Techniques. There are 2 dates set aside at this stage, Friday 8th and Friday 15th September, both at 7pm
We are going to try out retiform, a fun collage technique, and it is time to try out embossing paste, which was introduced to the Stampin' Up! range in June. Not sure what the 3rd card will be yet.

I'd love to give you some help in your creative journey, so let me know if you want to attend a class. I hold them at my home studio in South Morang, Victoria. I can send you further information on request.
Hope you've had a crafty weekend
Rachel

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