The February Class, further details…

I’ve been delighted with the response for this class so far, thank you to all of you who let me know how much you are looking forward to coming back to a class, it means so much!


Here is a glimpse of what we are making and more information…don’t forget you have the choice to come to any of these dates…

Thursday 13th February 10am

Saturday 15th February 7pm

Tuesday 18th February 10am

Friday 21st February 7pm.

Each class is $30, you only need to bring your own basic adhesive (such as SNAIL or a roll of double sided tape).  I will have extra SNAIL and refills available for purchase at your class also.  All other materials and tools are supplied along with light refreshements.

So without further delay here is what we will be making….

aaablogcollageThis card uses the new “Spiral flower originals die” on page 32 of the new occasions catalogue.  It makes these flowers so much easier to make.

We will also be making a thick envelope with the Envelope Punch Board.  This versatile tool is amazing value and will ensure that you will have any envelope that you could ever want!  You will have all the skills to make your own box style envelopes so that your gorgeous bulky cards can be presented beautifully.

IMG_6815We also make a quick card, perfect for many different occasions.  This card features images from the stamp set “Happy Watercolor (from the new Occasions Catalogue on page 22) and uses techniques including heat embossing, dry embossing (this embossing folder is one of the choices in the Saleabration catalogue) and cutting with the Big Shot and Framelits. A high quality Stampin’ Up! envelope is included in your class fee, you can stamp it to match your card!

IMG_6818Here is the first of two calendars that we shall make.

This one has been made into an Easel style card.  It also has a small stack of post it notes (not pictured).  Heat embossing on vellum is used here.  All class participants will have written instructions to take home so that they can easily recreate this project at home.

IMG_6816Here is a card that uses the Circle Thinlit Die. With this thinlit you will see how easy it is to make amazing flip cards that will delight anyone you choose to give one to.  We will also learn how to make them longer by effortlessly adding an extra section.  Techniques included on this card are “marker to stamp”, heat embossing and sponging. These stamps are from previous catalogues but are all still available.  I will continue my tradition of including a Christmas Card at every class to help to give you a jump start for the rush at the end of the year.

To add to this project we will be making a square envelope with the envelope punch board.


Here is another calendar that we shall make together.  The little wooden frame is included in your class fee.  The bow has been made with the envelope punch board!  So easy and so effective!  The little stamps and punch are from the Saleabration catalogue, you can get them for FREE with every $90 spent!  Stamping on fabric is featured here also.


Here is the final project for our class.  We will be using the new Fringe scissors (page 31 of the Occasions Catalogue) to help us make this flower. This is a great gift card holder, just wait till you see the little feature on the inside to hold the gift card!

So if you haven’t booked in already….what’s stopping you?  If my dates don’t suit, grab a group of friends and book your own class at a time that suits you! I’d love to hear from you at

Happy Stampin’


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