Here are the classes I have planned for March at Capture A Memory in Flint. I hope to see you at them!
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I absolutely this paper line from Authentique. It’s really a friendship theme, but it reminded me of a western and I knew it would be perfect with this picture of my husband dressed up as a cowboy. This class uses stamps from Tim Holtz, Distress Ink, ribbon and more.
In this advanced Copic class, we’ll use colorless blending solution to create a variety of texture in our images.
Cricut: Snow Day
We’ll use the Cricut machine to cut out masks, a title and a layered die cut. In this class, we also play with Faux Snow by Art Glitter, Stickles and Perfect Pearls Mists. You don’t have to have a Cricut (or this cartridge) to participate. Just let them know when you sign up and I’ll cut your elements before the class.
Art Glitter: Easter Mini Book
This mini book has room for 5 or more photos, along with three tags for journaling. It can also be used as part of your scrapbook page to hold more photos. During the class, we’ll learn to embellish die cuts and we’ll play with Art Glitter, Vintage Glass Glitter and ribbon.
This is a beginner class I offer each month that shows you how inexpensive Copic Sketch markers can be, how to build your collection, which colors to start with, how to color with them and much more. All supplies are provided, so you only need to bring a pencil for notetaking. Students leave with a variety of handouts, images to color, mediums to practice on, a color chart and more. This class (or something similar from another instructor) is required before taking any of my advanced Copic classes.
Hope to see you in class soon!