I’m ready to run the first session of this months technique class! I’ll be teaching heat and pressure embossing! The back counter has the Big Shot and the heat tool ready and I have my handy dandy supply cart ready and the table has got all the specifics for each project! Now just waiting for my student to arrive. Next week I have the second session running with two people who are new to me. I cannot tell you how excited I am!!!
Just sharing a little Easter card that I’ll fess up to the fact I coloured it with my Copics not 100% Stampin Up but the beauty of Stampin Up is it can be easily used with your favourite arts and crafts product. You don’t have to give up everything else just to enjoy Stampin Up products!!!
An Easter quilt card. Quilt cards are a fun and easy way to use up odd scraps of DSP! I punched these squares with the postage stamp punch but you can use any 1″ square punch or die. Or else simply cut 1″ squares. I play around a bit with the arraignment then adhere. Finally to give it a quilt look I use the negative side of the Happy Heart TIEF to emboss. It’s fast, it’s fun and it’s easy!!! Happy Friday!!!!
I don’t know why I didn’t get the Foxy Friends bundle sooner but these little critters are just so stinking cute! I paired it with Sunshine Sayings bundle and love the results. This is a happy engagement card to a friend. I hope she has a happy life together with the man who I know she so patiently waited for!!!
I made this little hexagonal box using the Window box dies and Rich Razzleberry card stock! I put a flameless candle in it and now have a great gift!!! I’m thinking at some point I want to do one of those hexagonal little paper purses. It even can make cute little Easter baskets!!!
This is the 3rd card I’m teaching at this months technique class and I won’t be showing the surprise project until after the session on April 21. There’s still one opening on April 14th so if you wish to learn both heat and pressure embossing then feel free to join us Email at firstname.lastname@example.org for details. For our May technique class we will be doing masking technique. Note: this card has combined heat and pressure embossing.