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Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Great Class for Feb. on to March

My class this past Sunday was another great success.  I would like to thank all of the ladies who attended.  Everyone made some beautiful cards and helped me plan my next two classes.
In March we will work on backgrounds using the Big Shot and the Cuttlebug.  We will cut and emboss using folders and Spellbinders dies as well as some other background techniques.  I will also introduce to hot items in the stamping world right now.  Hot air balloons and kraft paper.  I have one of the sample cards done for next month which I made with kraft paper, paper flowers and a cuttlebug folder.


I am also including some pics. from my last class.




If you would like to join my next class please visit my website http://www.astampineveryhand.com/

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Feb. 20, 2011 Technique Class



                                                        This is a stand-up pop-up card.



                         This is Black Magic Technique from Splitcoaststampers



This is Flower Soft

Here are the pic's of three of the four cards we will be doing on Sun. Feb. 20 from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.  If you are interested in joining this class you can get all the info at my website  http://www.astampineveryhand.com/.  

I am writing a column for the Examiner

I have been preparing for my next class on Sun. Feb. 20 at the Stables Community Center in Seymour, TN.  This is a technique class.  We are working with Outlines posy stamps,  Flower Soft, Black Magic and Pop-up card techniques which I got from Splitcoaststampers.  I will post  pics. of these cards later today.

I have also written my first column for the Examiner Knoxville.  I picked paper crafting so as to appeal to a larger community of crafters.  Although my main interest is rubber stamping and scrapbooking I am trying to branch out into any kind of paper crafts.  My first column is on getting started making your own greeting cards.  I will do a column about the store where I work (Your Scrapbook Superstore).  Then I am hoping you will give me ideas about what you would like to see in my column.  Please interact here and at the Examiner!  I really need you comments!  You can write you own column for the Examiner on any topic you chose and from any area of the country.  I hope you will use me name as your re-feral.  Check out my column   http://www.examiner.com/paper-craft-in-knoxville/janet-winkle