Friday, September 10, 2010

September 2010 Stamp Class at Joan's

Well I hope you booked your seat for stamp
class at my house or the Senior Center. Did you see my class schedule at the site below.

Don't forget that I have a September special. Class is normally $15 however, if you need some supplies this is the month to come. Place a $15 order while in class and you'll only pay $5 for the class. That's a deal.

Did I happen to mention that I'm cleaning house and adding to my "For Sale" table. Most items are retail so you are saving sales tax and shipping. Some are below retail. Cash or check only.

http://www.stampinup.net/esuite/home/joanlowder/


For Class seats, call me 764-3546 or email me: jlowder1@bellsouth.net



Project #1: "Autumn in the Park"

As I have said so many times before, I just love the set "Lovely as a Tree". We'll make the background using stamp pads. Just a fun way to make your own printed paper. The leaves can come tumbling out of the card just like leaves falling as you walk thru the park.










Project #2: Elegant lines in Crushed Concord

This card is using the Elegant Lines embossing folder. It's a WOW. I put reinstones in 3 spots which I think just sets it off. Now the flower is using Eastern Blooms stamp set and I made the flower by dropping colors onto a baby wipe with reinkers. Then as you stamp you get this multicolored print. With ust a smidge of color left on the stamp I lightly stamped the background for the oval verse.



Just for fun I tested the waters by spritzing the flower with my own shiney mist that I'll tell you about at the October class. The center of the flower has dots of dazzling diamonds. The petals on the flower are curled under so that it's almost popped up. There is another flower just like it cut out and adhered inside the card with a glue dot.


Project #3: Quick goodie bags

You'll make one of these while in class this month. The little box/bag is a 2 4 6 8 box which is just so easy and can be made in a flash. You can get 2 of these boxes out of one sheet of cardstock. You can get one long one that's about 9.5" long or one a bit shorter.

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