Join Elisabeth for this three-card class featuring the beautiful Watercolor series of stamps from Art Impressions. A unique way of stamping that results in a gorgeous hand-drawn watercolor look, and fun scene building possibilities. Tombow Dual Brush Pens provide the color, YOU provide the creativity!
Please bring your basic class kit with all the usual adhesives, as well as a watercolor brush. (Not the kind you fill with water, but a plain brush – #4 round is ideal!)
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot! Cost is $24 payable by cash or check only. Dates Available: Saturday, December 2nd: 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm; Thursday, December 7th: 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm; Friday, December 15th: 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm.
There are still spots available in all three sessions of Elisabeth’s beautiful Hero Holidays class, for which the dates include Friday, December 1st: 6pm – 9 pm; Saturday, December 9th: 12pm- 3 pm or Thursday, December 14th: 6pm – 9pm. The cost is $28 payable by cash or check only. Email email@example.com to reserve a place today!
We also have a limited number of Class in a Kits from Lauren’s three-card Paper Pieced Posies class, which you can purchase online or in-store for $24. All Class in a Kit selections come with everything you need to make the featured cards as well as complete step-by-step instructions and a nice big full-color photo for reference.
We absolutely *LOVE* seeing what our friends are making, and during the Paper Anthology 9th Anniversary Celebration we were treated to a huge helping of incredible eye candy! (Visit the PA FaceBook Page and scroll back a bit to see for yourself!) Michelle DeSaro made some especially inspiring cards; including this amazing cross-stitched Christmas! (Because YES, she really did stamp, diecut and hand stitch that entire jaw-dropping A2-sized Taylored Expressions Buffalo Plaid background!)
This stunning autumnal card has it all: beautiful coloring, just the right amount of inking, and fabulous composition. (Just look at those Sunny Studios Pretty Pumpkins perfectly placed in the “V” of the pennant!)
You really need to look at this lovely Christmas card to see how many elements have been cleverly layered: a two-color wreath with sentiment stamped on top; layered onto a doily, with a velvet bow; all of which perfectly match the softly patterned paper and coordinating cardstock, with inked and faux stitched edges.