Sep 21, 2008

This week's class sneak peeks!

Good evening!

I have 3 classes this week at GinaK Design's store. If you live in the Madison, Wisconsin area and want to reserve your spot, please call 608 579-1026.

Tuesday, September 23rd: Copic Coloring Techniques 11:30-1:00 or 5:30-7:30

We'll color a variety of GinaK stamps practicing different blending and shading techniques as well as learn a fun technique to use with the Blending Solution. (Images may vary from the photo above.)

Cost: $15 or $5 with a $50 purchase

Thursday, September 25th: Fall Flip Book 11:30-1:30 or 5:30-7:30

We'll use the new K& Co. paper pack Wild Saffron to make an adorable flip book that can easily hold 8-10 photos. An instruction sheet will be included in the class. The photo above shows a variation of the book we'll be making in class.

Cost: $25 or $15 with a $50 purchase

Friday, September 26th: Stop and Stamp 11-6:30 p.m.

Come anytime between the times listed and make the two cards above. This is our monthly make & take class. Expect the cards to take around 30 minutes or less to make using some fun new products and techniques.

Cost: $5 or free with a $50 purchase

I hope to see many of you this week at the store!


catdidit said...

Ok, you SO need to do like a virtual stamp class or something...I'm jealous of all that live close, LOL! That apple card especially, I want to know how you did the CB bg, how you got the colors on that...These are so fantastic!

Nancy said...

I sure wish I was close enough to take your classes! Unfortunately I'm waaaaaay in AZ. LOL!

I love your blog and your creativity.

Colleen said...

Your classes look so great! I love your color sketch book...

And that last card is stunning!!! (they are all great... that last one is just WOW!!!)

I tagged you on my blog today.. play along if you want.

Anonymous said...

What beautiful cards!! I'm a new visitor to your website from Rochester, NY. I won't be in Wisconsin any time soon, but I wish I could take your classes. I'm off to dig out the Cuttlebug and see what I can do with it. Thanks for the great ideas!


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