Spellbinders Educator Class #11 - Poppies

Due to a problem getting the Poppy Dies, we are switching Spellbinders #10 and #11 to give these Poppy dies time to arrive. SO WHAT USED TO BE # 10 IS NOW #11 AND WHAT USED TO BE #11 IS NOW #10. Some sort of delay with the manufacturer... SO if you saw the change of numbers &  dates, now you know why.

This class will only produce two cards because of the detail work and the letterpress technique which is new to most of the people that take classes from me.

I love how they turned out, and I know that you will have a lot of fun making these too!


WHEN: Wednesday, February 28th
TIME: 6:00 - 8:30
COST: $45.00 + GST (includes $28 die)
To register for the class, contact Stacey - sbebc2011@gmail.com or 778-533-4290.
We all love Poppies, and that is what we get to work with from Spellbinders! A beautiful Poppy die set (S4-815), and they have a few different ones! So if you like Poppies, ask Stacey about these beautiful dies.
What will we do with these dies in class? I will introduce you to using die cuts to create a 'letterpress' look. Great technique to use in a number of ways. And of course we have to maximize the use of the die by assembling all the parts to create beautiful Poppies.
As these techniques are a little time consuming, we will only have time to make two cards in class, but you will go home with some fun techniques to use as well as the die set!
PLEASE BRING TO CLASS: Die cutting machine with all of your plates, rubber embossing mat, your die set if you already have it before class, scissors, double sided adhesive tape, liquid glue, Glossy Accents, a couple of Q-Tips, Buttercup Liquid Pearls, & Oxide Fired Brick (will have mine if you need to borrow it). And you will also need Distress Bundled Sage and Tattered Rose (forgot to put this on the list for scrapbook Essentials BC)

I really love how the California Poppy on grey turned out!

And now for the Letterpress technique! This is a real fun technique that can make some pretty incredible cards. I am keeping it simple for this class as it will be a new technique for most taking the class. (I think I got a little carried away with the sequins though)

Looking forward to seeing you in class!

Happy creating!

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