Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Q's Creative Cards: HELLO PARIS!

Bonjour mes amies!  Hello my friends...

It's amazing how familiar we are with Paris even if we have never been there.  It's iconic!  Fashion, The Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomph, Hot air balloons, Fleur de Lys, Laurel Wreaths, crowns and that wonderful chic look that is so appealing.

I hope I've captured that feeling with classic colors, simple, but beautiful sentiments; soft scrunchy ribbon, french prints and adorable metal charms and even a glass cabochon! 

{Recommendation: My all time favorite French inspired movie is Midnight in Paris.}

Kits will start shipping March 18th (please add shipping from the drop-down menu) or if you're attending a class, I will bring the kit there.

Hello Paris Card Class

Kit Supplies Package
Something I have done in class for years, but never on my website, is sell the sometimes hard to find supplies to make more cards.  The Hello Paris Supply kit includes 12 each of five charms and 6 pairs of the Cabochon & Frame Charm, one set of paper (includes 5 different sheets), and 3 ribbon cards (8 yds each).
There are limited supplies available.  This offer will be removed when supplies run out.  The Supply kit will be shipped with your card kit with an additional $4 shipping cost.

There is also an option to purchase Distress Brushed Corduroy Inkpad, refill and Stickles Goldenrod.

Hello Paris Card Class
Class Schedule

Monday, March 30th   Sandy Hobby Lobby                2 - 4 pm
Tuesday, March 31st  South Jordan Hobby Lobby      5:30 - 7:30 pm
Wed., April 1st           South Jordan Hobby Lobby     10am - noon
Wed., April 1st          West Valley Hires Big H            6 - 8 pm
Thurs., April 2nd        American Fork Senior Center    6 - 8 pm
Friday, April 3rd         Layton Hobby Lobby               10am - noon
Friday, April 3rd         Layton Hobby Lobby               2 - 4pm
Friday, April 3rd         Layton Hobby Lobby               5:30 - 7:30 pm

What you'll need:

Adhesives: Your favorite tape to put cards together, foam squares and glue dots (mini & medium), Dotto brand adhesive for some of the delicate die-cut pieces, but you could use a glue pen as well.


Scissors (long & fine-tipped)
micro hole punch and paper piercer.

Misc: Distress "Brushed Corduroy" Ink pad & Sponge (or your favorite distressing ink).  Craft Mat (to work on), lid (to keep small pieces in), pencil.  Stickles Glitter Glue: Goldenrod

If you have any questions, please let me know.  
Feel free to post these pictures to Pinterest!


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