Stamperia Fantasy - Unicorn & Roses Shabby Chic Card Class

Stamperia makes some of the most gorgeous papers! I do not get to use them very often, and was excited to get the chance to create another Shabby Chic class using some of this beautiful Fantasy paper. I know many of Scrapbook Essentials BC customers will love it too.

So here are the two cards we will be making in class.


WHEN: Wednesday, November 28th
TIME: 6:00pm - 8:00pm (willing to have an afternoon class that day from 2:00pm to 4:00pm if needed)
COST: $27 + GST

RSVP: Stacey at 778-533-4290 OR

This gorgeous paper lends itself to Winter with the snowflakes and can work as wonderful Winter birthday cards, or what ever you wish. In this class we will not use a paper distresser but learn to give a cleaner Shabby Chic look by using our fingers. We will also learn to use brush blender (Tim Holtz or NUVO) to add colour to lace, etc. For these cards there is very little fussy cutting, so we will do that in class this time. So no homework! We will also be discussing liquid glue and how to avoid that dried glue shine where the glue comes out from behind or from our fingers when accidentally touch somewhere we shouldn't have. Find out in class.

PLEASE BRING TO CLASS: fussy cutting scissors, regular scissors, nonstick craft mat, double sided adhesive tape, liquid glue, tweezers or paper piercer, blending brushes (not foam blenders) either from Tim Holtz or NUVO, wipes for your fingers, a piece of paper towel, white foam pop ups or tape, and the following ink pads - Distress Tattered Rose, & Iced Spruce.

Shabby Chic cards seem to speak to our femininity. Not all women are drawn to to this genre, but it sure is popular at Scrapbook Esstentials BC for the past year.

Let's have a closer look at the cards we will be making in this class. If you are taking the class you may print these photos to bring to class if you feel it will help.

Which girl, or woman, does not like the fantasy of unicorns?

A closer look at the top part...

...the bottom part...

...and the side view.

And what woman does not have a soft spot for roses?

The top part of this card...

...and the bottom part of this card...

...and the side view of this card.

Did you notice the coloured lace? I have a tip to share with you in class.

Happy creating!

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