Hi, Everyone! Class is tomorrow and I just wanted to update the supply list. In addition to these supplies:
Paper trimmer, scissors, tacky glue, tape adhesive of your choice, bone folder, crop-a-dile or eyelet setter, 3/8" (or smaller) glue dots; pencil; corner rounder, ruler, 3" circle punch (optional); double chipboard measuring tool (only if you have from previous classes)
Please bring the following if you have: Mega scallop circle punch (see picture) slightly bigger than 3" in diameter, a 1/2" circle punch, and a piercing tool.
I have a couple of spaces available if you wish to join us. See you tomorrow!
The next class is the Accordion File Album Class. You will have four pattern paper kits to choose from.
This one in lavender and teal
This one in purple and peach
Another in Pink and Green
and this one in Red and Green
Here is sample #! in Lavender and teal. You will choose the metal frame in class (first come, first choice). They are all different.
And Sample 4 in Red and Green
A picture of the album opened up
A picture of the opened album with tabs.
Class is scheduled for Saturday, July 26, 1:30p to 4:30p. Cost is $25. I had so much fun creating these and you will too! They look beautiful and elegant!
Please bring the following supplies to class: Paper trimmer, scissors, tacky glue, tape adhesive of your choice, bone folder, crop-a-dile or eyelet setter, 3/8" (or smaller) glue dots; pencil; corner rounder, ruler, 3" circle punch (optional); double chipboard measuring tool (only if you have from previous classes). Please check back by Friday. I will repost the supply list just in case I forgot something.
RSVP by email or contact Bill at A Place in Time 808 261-2882.
Hope to see you there!
Thank you for stopping by!
PS: Sorry about the pictures. They aren't the best but I wanted to quickly post this to you.
Flat cards? What are they? Lol, they are not "folded cards", they are "flat cards". I had to google up the meaning. Anyway, someone gave me some beautiful black A6 envelopes and to save on paper, I decided to make some flat cards. Here are my first two:
Stamp called Surfer Ian By Greeting Farms using Copic pens.
Love this flower! It's a stamp from Be Happy, Hero Arts. I did some copic coloring and added Liquid Pearls.
So, you are probably wondering why this post is called "Half-a Card". I stamped about 4 of these flowers, colored them while watching TV and when I got back to my scrapping room, added a scallop base from Spellbinders. Then they are put in my drawer for last minute tags or cards (Not a completed card, just "half a card". Get it??). If a tag is needed, I can just punch a hole on the top and add a ribbon and maybe add a sentiment.
If a card is needed, I'll just add it to a base like this and embellish it if needed.
For this gift, no envelope is needed; just place it in clear packaging. I love the vibrancy of the flower!