Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Q's Creative Card Class: Country Flair & Folds

I love state fairs...or any kind of fair for that matter. 

The smell of kettle corn and funnel cakes, the noise, lights and bustle.  The rides, animals and art competitions.

This Americana paper collection from October Afternoon really inspired me to design these country themed cards.

And for a little twist...we'll learn four new folds to upgrade our card making skills. 



Country Flair & Folds
Please use drop-down menu above to add additional kit or shipping.  Kits will begin shipping August 27th.

All kits are pre-cut and ready to assemble with step-by-step instructions...for experienced and beginner card makers alike.

To sign up, either pay above or email me to get on the list.

Class Schedule

Wednesday, Sept. 5th         10am - noon      South Jordan Hobby Lobby
Wednesday, Sept. 5th         5:30 - 7:30pm   West Jordan Senior Center
Friday, Sept. 7th                 10am - noon      Layton Hobby Lobby
Friday, Sept. 7th                 2 - 4 pm            Layton Hobby Lobby
Friday, Sept. 7th                 5:30 - 7:30pm   Layton Hobby Lobby
Tuesday, Sept. 11th            10am - noon      South Jordan Hobby Lobby
Tuesday, Sept. 11th            5:30 - 7:30pm   South Jordan Hobby Lobby
Wednesday, Sept. 12           2 - 4pm            Sandy Hobby Lobby
Thursday, Sept. 13              6 - 8pm            American Fork Senior Center
Thursday, Sept. 20th           5:30 - 7:30pm  Orem Hobby Lobby

What to bring

Adhesives:  Your favorite tape to put cards together, as well as glue dots, foam squares and dotto (or glue pen for small, delicate pieces).
Trimmer & bone folder (to score and cut with)
Scissors
hole punches, micro and 1/4"
Brown ink pad (I used Versafine Vintage Sepia) and sponge to distress with.
Black or brown fine marker

If you have any questions, please email me, thanks!



   

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