Monday, July 26, 2010


This month's techniques class gives you a hands-on look at masking.  This is an awesome technique that allows you to place multiple images on the same piece of cardstock/element without the images overlapping one another with unsightly lines.  Masking is a must-have technique for your stamping "tool belt" whether you are a beginner or a seasoned stamper.

These are the lovely cards we will be making this month, designed and created by my very talented daughter Tiffany, also a Stampin' Up! demonstrator.  You will further appreciate her work knowing that she is nursing a 3-month old infant who wants to feed round the clock!  (That's why we are a bit behind on posting the details of this class:)  Somehow, she managed to squeeze in enough design time to create these beautiful cards.  Our aim this month was to produce one more feminine design and one more masculine design, and I think Tiffany has done that beautifully.  Masculine cards seem to be a greater challenge for our feminine minds!  The feminine design features Notably Ornate, one of the brand new stamp sets in the 2010-11 Idea Book and Catalog.  The masculine card features the Autumn Days stamp set.  As always, you may change the greeting to something more appropriate for your needs if desired. 

Since we got the details for this up rather late, the rsvp is remaining open through noon Tuesday.  Here are the full details:

Tuesday, July 27th 
6:30-8:30 p.m.

2 designs, 2 each, total of 4 cards with matching envelopes

*All supplies included

Hands-on instruction plus written instructions to keep so you can reproduce the techniques you just learned.

$25.00 payable by check, cash, or paypal (below)

RSVP with payment by noon, Tuesday, July 27th

*Please observe normal class protocol and bring your own basic adhesive (SNAIL or Anywhere Glue Stick).  All specialty adhesives provided.

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