Wednesday, March 25, 2015

SO excited to be apart of this celebration!

I hope you will join us!


Saturday, March 7, 2015

New Classes

 I have three new classes posted at The Crafty Scrapper in Waxahachie!

Here are the descriptions.. just give them a call at the store at 972-923-3151 to sign up!

This class is FULL of techniques to learn about dry embossing, how to use a embossing diffuser, using mover and shaker dies, dry emboss wax resist and more. Included in the class you will receive the We R Memory Keeper 4×4 album where you will be able to store your sample with written instructions on the back.
This will be an on-going class that will you to add new techniques each time!
Please bring to class:
Die Cut/Embossing machine with plates…(Big Shot, Cuttlebug) if you do not have one, that is ok! Just please let us know when you sign up for the class so we can have one available to use.
White crayon
Craft mat

You can find details on the website.

I would love for you to join!

Terrific Techniques

Do you want to learn more about dry embossing? Using your stamps and inks with your embossing folders?
Spring Banner

Spring is just around the corner and soon the flowers will be blooming! Come and create this
cute and fun banner to decorate your home or office!  We will be using new paper lines from
Echo Park, new embellishments from Maya Road and making fun rosettes!
Please bring: basic kit, quick drying glue (or hot glue gun)

Simple Beauty

I was SO excited when I saw this new book created by Heart Of Texas!  Inspired by Pam at Heart of Texas creations… I created this flip book with the Tim Holtz Wildflower paper collection.  It is perfect for so many types of photos.  You will completely construct this album.  In this class/kit you will receive a sheet of each of the Wildflower Collection, Tim Holtz Thrift Shop Ephemera pack and Tim Holtz small talk.. so much product to make this your own special album.

Please bring to class:
basic kit
brown ink for distressing
scor-board (if you have one)
bone folder
scor-tape – suggest 5/8, 1/2, 1/4 (this is very important for making the album)
ruler (Tim Holtz ruler is best)