Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Shabby Chic Class #4

I am so excited to share this Shabby Chic card class with you, because we are using for the first time paper from the new company "49th and Market". You have to be a vendor to purchase from them, but you can still browse all the incredible and gorgeous products available from them. Browse and pick what you would like, and then place your order with Stacey at Scrapbook Essentials BC. She can get everything you would like from them!

OK, on to the class. These are the two A7 cards we will be making in class. I am introducing some new techniques to our Shabby Chic card classes that you will love! So be sure to read the class blurb, or description, to get a hint of what we will be doing.

For this class we are going to be using the gorgeous 49th & Market papers for the first time. And let me tell you that you are going to love these papers for more than just their good looks. There will be some fussy cutting for this class so I will be giving you just a little bit of homework. We will also be using some new products for some techniques in this class that you will love! I know Stacey has these two items in the store if you would like to get your own for class - Liquitex Ceramic Stucco & Liquitex Glass Beads.

Please bring to class: Paper distresser, scissors, paint brush, Gesso, double sided adhesive tape, liquid glue, Distress Ink "Hickory Smoke" and an ink blending tool, non-stick craft mat, water mister, heat tool, an old credit card or gift card, and if you have Tim Holtz Mini-Stencil Set #25, & 49th & Market "Gabi's Crackle Texture Stamp Set". I will have one set of each there, but if you have something similar, it will work just fine. You can also order these from Stacey (though I doubt you will get it in time for the class but you will be able to use them at home and future classes, as I plan to use these sets again).

WHEN: Thursday, June 22nd
TIME: 6:00 - 8:30
COST: $30.00

COTACT Stacey at to register for this class here in Victoria.

This first card is from the "Scents of Nature" collection. (Fly Away)

This paper is from the Heirloom Botanicals collection. (The Patch)

As I said earlier, I am so excited about this class, and hope that you will be too.

Happy cardmaking and see you in class!

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