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Saturday, October 22, 2016

Card Buffet (2016)

 I am going to try a different style of card class that I haven't done in about 12 years...
It's called a Card Buffet.

It's called a buffet because you can pick and choose the cards you would like to make
and the amount of the cards you would like to make.

You can make 1 of each, 
or make multiples of one and none of another... your choice!

The cards are simple enough to do on your own 
without a lot of instruction, so you can move from station to station
at your own speed.
Many of the pieces will be die cut for you already.

There will be a fall watercolor card for Thanksgiving.

 The snail card is using Copic markers. If you have not tried them yet, this card
would be a perfect start.

Everyone tells me they struggle coming up with cards for men.
 This one could be for anyone but would work great as a guy card.

The panda and crab cards are fun critter cards using some embossing and 
die cutting.  The crab card says "Sandy toes and salty kisses" so you could 
use it for many occasions.

The flowers on the Celebrate card use an old technique you may 
know but I think is a clever way to get the ombre effect for the flower colors.

I will have other colors besides pink so you can make different cards.

The cost for the class will depend on how many cards you make.
1 card is $3.00 but if you make multiples of a certain card the
price goes down to $2.50 each.

adhesive runner, foam pop dots, scor-tape (both sizes if you have it), scissors,
small flat glue dots, glue pen, quickstik (if you own one), Tombow green glue.
I sell the supplies you will need.
 If you dont have something, just let me know I will save it for you.

Class Dates:
Please RSVP to hold your seat
Saturday, Nov. 5th @ noon or 1 pm.  (full)
(come as early as noon but no later than 1 pm.)

Wednesday, Nov. 9th @ 1 or 2pm. (5 spots left)
(come as early as 1 but no later than 2 pm.)

Friday, Nov. 11th @ 4 or 5:30 pm. (5 spots left)
(come as early as 4 pm but not later than 5:30 pm.

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