I had a wonderful time teaching some easy techniques using alcohol ink and Yupo paper at Scrappy Chic last night. I loved how the students mixed up and changed their cards. They were so beautiful, I had to take photos and share …
The tree die I had used on the sample card, quit cutting. I’ve never had that happen after so few cuts before! In fact, I’ve only had two thin-metal dies quit cutting on me — and they had been cut more than 100 times!
Anyhow, I made a couple of substitutions that they could choose from …
I love how different each card is …
I’m offering this class at Boyne Highlands during the Girl’s Just Wanna Crop event in October. There are two weekends being offered this year and there is still room in the second weekend. Let me know if you are interested and I’ll send you the info.
I’m also working on a follow-up class for Scrappy Chic … stay tuned!
Alcohol ink is back! Yes, it’s the same Tim Holtz/Adirondack/Ranger stuff you bought years ago, but it has returned — with a new surface, Yupo, to play on.
Join me for this class at Scrappy Chic in Livonia and we’ll use four different techniques to make card backgrounds. Then, we’ll turn them into quick, fun cards you can send to anyone.
Click here for details … call the store at 248-426-9020 to register.
I receive lots of comments about my etched art, so I decided to teach it!
In this class, we will alter an 8″x10″ wooden picture frame with acrylic paint and alcohol. Then, we’ll add the word “beautiful” to the glass with etchall® etching creme.
This class is offered at Green Door Studio in Brighton on Friday, Aug. 12 at 11 a.m. You must register for this class so I have enough frames. Click here for details.
Hope to see you there!
It’s summer. You deserve some time for yourself.
Spend the afternoon with me making this adorable notebook … in addition to completing the book and getting the instructions so you can make more, you’ll also learn how to work with Perfect Pearls and Fragments.
This class is offered Friday at 1 p.m. at Green Door Studio in Brighton. Call the store at (517) 618-7700 to register.
Get ready to scrap your pictures from the zoo, safari or wild family in this fun class at Scrappy Chic.
We’ll create a 12×12, 2-page layout using Graphic 45’s new paper — and you will go home with additional pieces to create a card or add to another project or layout.
As always, most everything will be precut, so this will only take an hour on July 20 at 6 p.m.
Contact the store for details and to register.
See you there!
We always need a birthday card and this class will help you stock up.
Join me as we create five cards — all relatively flat for easy mailing — using Echo Park’s new party line in this class at Scrappy Chic. The class is Wednesday, June 29 at 2 p.m. Get the details, here.
Be sure to call the store at 248-426-9020 to register and make sure I have enough supplies. See you there!
It has been more than two weeks since my last post … I cannot believe how time has flown.
Although my blog may disagree, I have not been ignoring my job. Rather, I have been working day and night — or so it feels — creating things to sell.
I have been making garden fancies, altered cans and altered spoons for craft shows. This was a quick snap shot before packing them up last weekend.
And, I have been working on page kits …
I still have lots to do and more to make … fingers crossed I’ll be participating in a large craft show next month.
I’ve also been doing a bit of number crunching and soul searching … I’m changing things up a bit with my retail business. To make room for new stock, I’ll be doing grab bags during the crop this weekend at Holy Family in Grand Blanc. Stop by for some GREAT deals!!
And, I promise to get back to tutorials and ideas ASAP!