At Tomorrow's Memories- Attended a class to dress up Miss Charlotte
Using chipboard and Tim Holtz's craft products...creating a 1500 costume with acid free patterned paper and embeliishment
Fixing the netting for the dress.......... looks easy but quite tedious and delicate... Not easy trying to hold her dress up in Glue.
Here you see the dress being help in position with a wooden peg....
I enjoyed my class very much..........
Earlier in the week I attended a rubber Stamping Class at Joondalup, A lovely place called Scrapbook Central. I met a group of lovely ladies and we created 3 cards in 90 minutes. our Theme was Paris!
See the lovely delicious quiche on the table....hot and yummy..Courtesy of one of the ladies...I enjoyed my time with this group of crafty ladies
My finished cards..........techniques used tearing,stamping with various ink types, layering, embossing, shadowing and shading.
Earlier I attended the scarpbooking class making a scrap layout which was absolutely gorgeous....Sorry no Pictures!
I went on to visit another 5 scrapbook shops and shopped till I drop.... grabbed my craft materials and had much fun. I loved this trip..One of the most thereupedic one because I did what I wanted!
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Wednesday, September 8, 2010
Thursday, September 2, 2010
I just can't resist punches when I see them and no matter how heavy they are, they will follow me home...
Jumbo EK Success Punch...my personal new collections purchased from Singapore in June
I bought these lovely paper shapers jumbo punches from EK Success and I love them....look at my first few cards I made and all were sold out at the Good Tidings carnival which was held in July recently....
These are really great for scrapbooking...If you use such huge designs for cards keep the punch shapes minimal. It will not crowd the eyes...
Posted by Christie Craft at Thursday, September 02, 2010