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Sunday, February 26, 2017

Paper Trey Ink - Don't forget to Write

Thank you to those ladies that came to class yesterday.  It was a fun class!

I was one of those lucky people that was able to pick up Papertrey Ink's Don't Forget to Write stamp and dies.  I loved it as soon as I saw it! Although I didn't pick up the whole kit, I was able to pick up the stamp and a die.  With that stamp set, I created these thank you gift sets:

Included in each packet is is a writing pad and a thank you card.

I usually write my thank you message on a post it note and apply it over where you would normally write the message.  That way the recipient can re-use the thank you card for someone else.

Here's a picture of the thank you card sitting up.  I just love, ABSOLUTELY LOVE this stamp set!!

Saturday, February 18, 2017

Class: Moments to remember.

Here are pictures of the class project as promised. I have also updated the supply list, link here

This little album measures approximately 4-1/2" x 6". It will hold 12 pictures approx size 3-1/2" x 5-1/2".

If you are interested in attending, please call Bill or contact me. There are limited seats available.

Class is scheduled on Saturday, February 25 at 1:30 p.m. @ A Place In Time.

Thank you for stopping by!

Friday, February 17, 2017

More ningyogami and class update (2/25/2017)

Class scheduled for next week Saturday. I am waiting for a couple more things to add to the sample and then will post, hopefully tomorrow. We will be creating a mini album and playing with the Beautiful BoBunny Secret Garden line of papers which have beautiful shades of purple, green, lilac that Priscilla recently picked up.
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Specifics of class:  Scheduled for Saturday, February 25 @ 1:30 p.m. at A Place in Time in Kailua.  Cost is $23 and you will need to bring the following supplies:  paper trimmer, scoring tool (with 1/8" scoring increments), scissors, sewing needle (eye large enough to thread embroidery thread), adhesive (liquid and/or tape), needle nose glue (or xyron "x", if you have), ruler with horizontal lines, pencil, anywhere hole punch (i.e. Japanese hole punch), piercing tool, diamond glaze or crystal effects glue (if you have).  I will post the sample this weekend.  I think you will really like it :o)

In the meantime, here are more Ningyogami dolls that didn't make it into my craft fair frames.  They were added onto simple cards and I gave them as a birthday gift to a co-worker.

Thank you for stopping by!