RSVP Deadline for Nov. Classes Today & Sunday
Information for All Classes:
1:00 – 4:00 PM
Nancy’s Stamping Studio
1801/151 Berkeley Street, Melbourne 3000
1 block E of Haymarket tram stop (19/59) and Flemington Rd/Peel St (58). Also 3 blocks W of Lincoln Sq./Swanston St – UniMelb tram stop. Contact for parking info.
RSVP at least 2 days before class so I can be sure to have enough materials prepared.
Monthly Card Class
Make 5 projects featuring a variety of techniques and great Stampin’ Up! products. Perfect for experienced and novice crafters!
$30 – all supplies and afternoon tea included.
SUNDAY, 17 November RSVP deadline Friday, 15 November
NOTE DAY CHANGE TO SUNDAY
Tuesday, 19 November RSVP deadline Sunday, 17 November
Online Extravaganza is Coming!
Mark your calendar for SU’s Online Extravaganza event next Wednesday, Thursday and Friday (20-22 November)! It’s all hush-hush right now, but we’ll find out more details next Monday. As soon as I know anything I’ll pass it right along to you….
Feels Like Frost Specialty Designer Series Paper (DSP) is so beautiful that I’ve been holding back using it in fear of “mis-using” it. I rarely succumb to that feeling, because I’ve learned that it’s best to use it and share it (or “Love It, Chop It” as Kylie Bertucci says) rather than let it hide away. So I pulled it out and cut another piece to make a card this week.
The photograph sides of this paper are just stunning, and need very little in the way of embellishment. I chose to stamp this piece directly with a sentiment from the (retired) Timeless Tidings set. I masked off the “and a” that is directly above the “happy” and inked first with Versamark and then Night of Navy on top of that before stamping. This allowed me to coat the sentiment with Clear Stampin’ Emboss Powder and heat set it, making the sentiment shiny and just a bit bolder. I added a thin mat of Night of Navy before mounting it on a Silver Foil-Edged Card, and done!
To get your supplies to make cards like these click on any of the pictures below (note: I’m including the cardstock for all the coordinating colours, but these would be pretty without a mat, too!).