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Tart&Tangy Stamp Camp

Stamps
• Tart & Tangy
• Absolutely Fabulous

Paper

• Whisper White
• Old Olive
• Bashful Blue
• Real Red
• Pumpkin Pie
• Old Olive
•Whisper White Note Cards and Small Envelopes
• Summer Picnic Designer Paper

Ink
• Basic Black Classic Stampin’ Pad
• Old Olive
Classic Stampin’ Write marker
• Real Red Classic Stampin’ Write marker
• Pumpkin Pie Stampin’ Write marker

Stampin’ Up! Accessories

• Stickly Strip
• Old Olive Wide grosgrain ribbon
• Real Red Wide grosgrain ribbon
• Clear Embossing Powder
• Stamp-a-ma-jig
Stampin’ Dimensionals
• 1 1/4 Circle, 1 38 circl, scallop, corner rounder punches

This is a special class on 15 & 17 Apr. In this class we will be making two of each of 5 designs for a total of 10 cards w/10 envelopes and an adorable box that will hold all 10 cards and their envelopes. The cards are Stampin’ Up’s whisper White Note Cards with envelopes (they are 3 1/2″ x 5″). Cost of the class is $45. Prepay prior to 28 March to reserve you seat and to give me enough time to order the supplies for the class.

In addition to all the supplies and tools needed to make the 10 cards/w envelopes and card box, the cost of the class includes your own Tart & Tangy Stamp set, and 3 Stampin’ Write markers (a $27 value).

Early Bird sign up: If you register for the class prior to 16 March you will also get your choice of a free classic stamp pad. Watch my newsletter and blog for further details.

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The last Tuesday and Thursday of each month I hold a class that focuses on a technique/tool.

January: All about Chalk

  • We did 4 cards using various techinques using chalk, and everyone who attended went home with a chalk tip sheet that will keep them busy using chalks for months!

February: My Brayer, My Friend

  • I have a 3 page handout for students enrolled in this class of all sorts of things you can do with a brayer. I haven’t sorted out the projects we are doing yet but I plan to have the students do at least 4 and I’ll show them another 4. Then the homework will be to try out some of the other brayer techniques on my handout.

March: Rub on Everything

  • I’ve got rub-ons! and we will be doing all sorts of projects using them. In the class I’ll show you the easiest way to use this little sticky guys, and give you some tips on the proper storage and handling of them

April: Sticky Letters

  • When we are done, they won’ t be sticky! They will be glittery and beaded.

Each month I hold a card making session that is free to my hostess club members. I normally have two make and takes for them and then show them a technique. This month’s technique is Frosted Filters. This is the sample card I did to show how the filters can be used as a background, really easy and lots of fun. Click on the photo for more details.

Wanted Frosted Filter

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