Monday, 19 September 2011

Wedding Card Stamp A Stack Class

Good morning crafters. It's a beautiful Spring day here - flowers blooming, sun shining and very little wind. What a gorgeous time of the year! 

Tonight I have my regular monthly Stamp A Stack class and the topic will be WEDDING CARDS. 

Stamp A Stacks require fairly simple cards to be able to complete at least 6 in the one sitting. Now I struggle with SIMPLE and always want to include techniques that take time. This time however, I have used some self-discipline. True! I've only used Dry Embossing, Die Cutting and Punching. 

The kits I prepared have a variety of colour combinations as well as White on White and Vanilla on Vanilla, so there should be something for everyone. An optional greeting can be added, but I decided to leave this off as not too many people need 6 wedding cards and this card is generic enough to be used for other occasions. 

Perhaps add a smaller red heart for Valentines Day
A greeting for an Engagement notice
Some balloons on strings for Special Birthdays

You can see what I mean! 

I dabbed some of the gorgeous FROST WHITE SHIMMER PAINT  onto the card, but decided I prefer the SHIMMER MIST  I make using the Shimmer Paint, Isocol and water.

If you would like to join my classes, you can contact me via my DBWS. I require a couple of days notice so I have time to prepare the kits. 

I'll post some of the other cards after the class - don't want to spoil the surprise for the ladies tonight.

Until next time

Stay Crafty

1 comment:

  1. Stunning card, Ann!!
    Good luck on the Layers of Color Grand Prize drawing!


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