Rustic Shabby Chic Christmas Cards with Carta Bella's Cabin Fever

Scrapbook Essentials BC has another Shabby Chic Class in store for you in August! And, it's a Christmas card class, too! We all know how card makers love to start making their Christmas cards starting in July to get ahead of the game. Are you ready to get started?

Rustic Shabby Chic Christmas
WHEN: Thursday, August 2nd
TIME: 6:00pm - 8:300pm
COST: $42 + GST

Contact Stacey at  or  778-533-4290 to reserve your spot

We are giving Shabby Chic a little bit of a rustic look with the colours of the Carta Bella Cabin Fever paper. Remember that Shabby Chic classes can get you a little on the dirty side, so dress accordingly. We will be scrunching things, tearing things, inking things, mixing things, spreading things, learning to use a pallet knife, and more! All die cut pieces will be done for you.

Now these cards are definitely not mailable, but you could include them inside the box of your gifts when you send them off. You can also make envelope boxes to fit the cards into and give to someone directly. 

So that we can get all four cards completed in class time you will have homework to  cut all the pieces and ink the edges before class. This will save class time time so that we can do everything else and assemble in class. Homework kits will be available the evening of July 25th.

PLEASE BRING TO CLASS: Homework, paper trimmer, scissors, paper distresser, TH Distress Gathered Twig ink pad & ink blender tool, non-stick craft mat, a plastic lid, pallet knife, liquid glue, mini-glue dots, double sided adhesive tape, pop ups or foam tape, bone folder, Tim Holtz Mini Stencils #19, white gesso, Liqutex Ceramic Stucco, NUVO Mousse - Cosmic Brown, NUVO Glitter Drops - White Blizzard, NUVO Crystal Drops - Simply White & Pale Gold, plus wipes for your hands & tools.

OK. Now for a closer look at the cards we will be making.

Next Card...

Card #3...

And the last card...

Making shabby cards is always so much fun. Hope to see you in class on August 2nd!

In the mean time, happy creating!

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