Flowers make me happy. I like growing them, I like making them, so I do :)
I fell in love with this paper by October Afternoon and knew it would be a perfect backdrop for a Fall class.
I also used the Tim Holtz Tattered Floral Die as inspiration for this class. Finding new mediums and techniques to bring them to life.
Combine all that with tons of texture from wood, fabric, glitter, twine, burlap, lace and tulle and you have my Tattered Florals Card Class!
Sign up for class or have it shipped to your home. Kits will be mailed August 15th. Your kit is pre-cut and ready to assemble and includes a slideshow with step-by-step photo instructions plus all the printables so you can make more cards!
Monday, August 24 Sandy Hobby Lobby 2 - 4 pm
Tuesday, August 25 South Jordan Hobby Lobby 5:30 - 7:30 pm
Wed., August 26 South Jordan Hobby Lobby 10am - noon
Wed., August 26 West Valley Hires Big H 6 - 8 pm
Thurs., August 27 American Fork Senior Center 6 - 8 pm
Friday, August 28 Layton Hobby Lobby 10am - noon
Friday, August 28 Layton Hobby Lobby 2 - 4pm
Friday, August 28 Layton Hobby Lobby 5:30 - 7:30 pm
What you'll need:
Adhesives: Roller-type adhesive for putting cards together.
Foam squares and glue dots (mini, medium & large).
Bone Folder & something to score with.
Scissors (long & fine-tipped)
Scissors (deckle edge...remember these?) I will have some in class.
micro hole punch and paper piercer
Sponge to distress with ink
Piece of dense foam (a mouse pad works, I'll have some in class)
Ball Tool (these are used in cake decorating for forming sugar flowers. You may have one or something that is like it, even the end of a large Sharpie pen will work. (bring the larger one from this picture).
Ink & Glitter:
Distress ink pad: Brushed Corduroy
Distress ink pad: Scattered straw
Stickles Glitter Glue: Scattered straw
Stickles Glitter Glue: Cinnamon
Stickles Glitter Glue: Yellow
Misc: Lid (to keep small pieces in), pencil.
If you have any questions, please let me know.
Feel free to post these pictures to Pinterest