I will be holding a special class on Monday 10th of October at 7.30pm where we will make a set of cute little 3x3" note cards and a matching box as shown above.
The above set uses the Fox and Friends stamp set and is a great little stash to have on hand for kids birthdays, however you could easily use a different floral set for something more mature.
These sets make great gifts, either as a stamp kit for the person to make themselves, or as a made up set of notecards for them to use. They make great teacher presents with a handmade touch. Feel free to come and make the cards, or order sets for you to make at home with your own stamps and adhesive.
The class includes all the materials for you to make 8 notecards and mini envelopes as well as the box to keep them in, plus a little surprise bonus item. Note that the colours and paper patterns may vary slightly from the pictures above.
The cost of the class is $20. Additional sets can be purchased for $15.
If you get in early enough, you can also choose the colour for your box out of the colours used above in the cards - purple (shown), yellow, pink, green or blue.
I can't believe I have actually been scrapbooking. It is a challenge for me but I am liking the results. It just takes me SOOO long. I even went right out of my comfort zone and used rub ons on Boston's pages. Hopefully I will get quicker and so will finish my goal of one double page per year per kid before they get too old.
The March stamp a stack will be held Monday 21 March 2011 at 7.30pm. We will be making 8 cards of 2 designs as shown above. The left card has a sympathy sentiment but as usual you can amend the card to allow for a number of different occasions. The card on the right is a masculine card which are always hard to come by.
The cost is $20 which includes all materials needed to make 8 cards as well as matching envelopes. Please RSVP by 15 March.
This is a quilted card which was quite fun to make and great for friends who are into sewing and quilting. It was made with 1.5" squares of card and designer series paper. The pieces were stuck on to some grid paper in a specific pattern and then run through the big shot for some texture. The button & ribbon also add to the sewing theme.
It is time again for the 8 cards of one layout stamp a stack - with a twist.
This is where you can create whatever type of cards you need using the one basic layout however I now have the big shot which you can use to emboss the background of the cards for more interest!
Some examples of possible cards are shown above but this is the type of class where you can really let your creativity take you anywhere.
If you have any base card colour preferences, please let me know and I may be able to accommodate you. Base colours may vary.
Stamp a stack will be on Monday 31st of January 2011 at 7.30pm. This will also coincide with the beginning of Sale a bration where you receive a bonus stamp set for free with every $100 order. The cost of the class is $20 which includes all materials for 8 cards as well as matching envelopes.
Hope to see you there. Please let me know ASAP if you are coming, RSVP 21st of January.
I have been enjoying card making for a while and have enjoyed running stamp a stack classes using Stampin Up products.
By day I am an accountant as well as mum to 7 year old Jovi and 6 year old Boston.