Friday, October 19, 2007

Starlight Sparkles on the Snow Outside My Window Technique Class November 8th 7:00 p.m.

Are you ready to make glitter embellished designs for your most appreciative card recipients? You have the opportunity to experience more than seven techniques on five projects in one evening at my grand finale technique class for this catalog year. The price of the class is $10.

First is the Starlight Sparkling on the Snow portion of the class.....this card uses heat embossing, reverse masking, paper piercing and heavy and light sponging as well as stamping with markers for a surprisingly easy WOW effect.

This blingy sweetie has the glitter strip technique I saw at convention. It is easy to provide an adorable sparkle with this simple technique. Please keep an open mind about the fun and funky letter stamping. (This picture also illustrates how much nicer the card is using Real Red cardstock as a mat layer and using Real Red Craft ink for greater vibrancy as shown in the card you will be making on the right.)
This card features the open window technique, the two way glue pen used to apply glitter, and tone on tone background stamping. I will demo the crystal effects and dazzling diamonds icicles, and you will have finished icicles available to apply to your cards.
Our final card is a glitter window that includes white on white heat-embossed snowflakes and contrast-stamped flannel plaid background. You may use markers or an aquapainter to color your penguin image.
Finally, a sparkling glitter glass ornament that is unebelievably easy!