Join me for a cute class to celebrate sharing a cuppa with a friend.
We will make a gorgeous 3D tea and hot chocolate holder, a card (with an envelope) and a tag for a gift bag (the gift bag is included also).
Cold water, tea & coffee and a homemade treat are included.
$30 per person.
Your choice of either;
Friday 26th February 10:30am
Friday 4th March 7pm OR
Wednesday 9th March 10am.
RSVP’s are essential. You can follow this link to RSVP.
You are welcome to join me to make your choice of frames, many different styles are possible!
Thursday 22nd October at 7pm
or Friday 30th October at 10am.
Here are just a couple of suggestions….
Your price of $40 includes your frame, up to 15 scrabble letters and the embellishments as pictured. You will be able to customise your frame further if desired.
You will need to register your place to email@example.com. At that time you will need to discuss your choice of frame colour (black or white) your scrabble letters required, your theme and colour scheme and any other special requests. Registrations must be finalised by Thursday 15th October (for the evening class on the 22nd) to ensure that I have your supplies.
This cute and simple class will be held on either Friday 9th October at 7pm or Thursday 15th October at 10am. The class is $40 and includes everything that you will need, light refreshments will be served. It will be held in my studio in Albany Creek, please register to firstname.lastname@example.org to secure your place.
I’m so in love with this butterfly framelit (there’s a great tip for using dryer sheets with these intricate framelits that I have been demonstrating at my recent classes).
This box really pops in real life, it is so simple but makes such a elegant statement. The ribbon around the box is attached in a belly band style so that the whole feature can slide off the box and not be damaged.
What’s the first thing you think when you look at this flower… Innocence? Beauty? Pretty?
For me I remember a day of trying to get this flower just right. I did. I’m stubborn. But it took a lot of harm to a lot of paper to get it to look like this. I was going for a flower like a ranunculus, pretty much the most divine flower I have ever seen, this is close but not quite there. I’ve used the Bouquet Bigz die for the Big Shot, the part that is just the individual petals. This is a lot of individual petals.
I tried with cardstock initially (my autocorrect always wants “cardstock” to be “yardstick”, drives me insane, who on Earth needs to type yardstick??? Certainly not me! Cardstock is gorgeous for other styles of flowers but it simply could not give me the delicate look I wanted to achieve.
I moved to tissue paper as pictured here. I coloured it with re-inkers diluted in water (Melon Mambo). I dried them on the side of a pedestal fan (which amused my kids and of course they spent many hours singing into the fan to sound like robots).
The centre is a button that has a square of paper twisted around it and that is adhered to the top of florist wire (I just use the cheap stuff from the dollar stores, some dollar stores have the more sturdy wire, I prefer that). Then I experimented with layers to get the look I wanted.
Will this be a class. No. No it will not. Ever.
I think the gift packaging and the card should be as personalised to the recipient as the gift itself. Stampin’ Up! makes it easy to give gifts that make an impression immediately, this affordable bag pictured is simply purchased from a dollar store, the addition of a beautiful tag made with the Bouquet Bigz Die and the Big Shot makes a gorgeous statement, I’m sure anyone receiving this bag would feel very special! I’ve used the “Irresistibly Yours” Designer Series Paper from our recent Sale-a-bration promotion, I’ve sponged the Blackberry Bliss Ink onto the paper, you could choose to colour the flower to the gift recipient’s favourite colour, then they would really know the bag was made just for them! Make a card to match, pop your gift in the bag and you’re all done!