Wednesday, 20 April 2011

New Roseville Street Classes

We are pleased to announce that we have now arranged some new classes which will be held at our Roseville Street store.  The lady doing the classes is Diane Whitehouse who is a member of Clarity Stamps Design Team and she has come up with some fab classes which I am sure you will love

You can book the classes online through our website or in our Roseville Street store

Saturday 4th June  – Tissue Box Cover. 

A fantastic cover for a square shaped box of tissues that has Cuttlebug embossed panels, paper lace and handmade flowers to decorate.  Each side bears a Magnolia image, which is coloured with Copics/Promarkers

Saturday 2nd July 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. – Christmas in July

Clarity Christmas in the morning using the ‘Joy to the World’ stamp and miniatures and a Magnolia Tri-Shutter card in the afternoon. 

Learn how to create a picture inside the frame formed by the letter ‘O’ that continues beyond the edge of the image.  Processes used include embossing with metallic powder, brayer resist technique and framing a card with Krylon gold leaf.

The Tri-Shutter - Make a card using a unique fold and highlight various sections with different designer papers, a Magnolia image, ribbon and other embellishments.  This project uses Spellbinder Nestabilities for cutting and embossing

Tuesday 19th July  – Cute Christmas using various Magnolia images. 

Details to follow

Saturday 6th August  – Cupcake Gift Card Holder in a Gable Box

Make a 3D cupcake from basic craft materials and lift out the gift voucher from amongst the fronting on the top of the cake.  You will also make a gable box covered with designer paper to contain your cupcake.  A small amount of sewing is involved and a hot glue gun is used to assemble the cupcake.

Tuesday 23rd August  – Clarity stamp Techniques

Learn how to create a card with an image reflected in water then create another card by building a landscape that shows a Wishing Well by a wall covered in climbing flowers all set under a cloudy sky.  Both cards involve use of a brayer and the second card involves colouring with Promarkers.

 You can check out the wonderful things Diane creates on her blog http://inkymeanderings.blogspot.com/

 For all your scrapbooking and cardmaking supplies

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