This was a great class for stamping techniques. The Swallowtail Background Stamp is large enough to fill a standard sized card front. It’s a beautiful and timeless image that is wonderful as a focal point or background image for cards, scrapbooks and decor. The combination of the size and line art make it an ideal stamp for a variety of stamping techniques such as – resist techniques; watercolouring; thumping; heat embossing; colouring with markers; multi-coloured stamping; baby wipe techniques and more. If you’re addicted to stamping techniques then you’ll want to order the Swallowtail stamp and start playing straight away.
If you have ever said: “I hate cutting things out!” – then you haven’t used Stampin’ UO!”s Paper Snips. The right tool makes all the difference and our Paper Snips are a smart stampers secret weapon! Our Paper Snips have sharp, stainless steel blades for intricate cutting. the 2 1/2″ long blades have precision-ground tips that let you cut all the way to the tip of the blades so you can get into the tiniest areas easily. The protective cover makes them safe and easy to transport and the comfort grip handle makes them comfortable to hold. They are the perfect addition to your stamping supplies! You’ll be amazed at all the new techniques and designs you’ll try when you have these great scissors to use!
Eastern Elegance Designer Series Paper
Stamps – Swallowtail Background Stamp and Express Yourself (Hostess set)
Ink – Jet Black Stazon and Versamark
Card – Vellum, Crushed Curry, Elegant Eggplant, Tangerine Tango and Whisper White
Ribbon – 7/8″ Cotton Ribbon
Embossing – Clear & Black Embossing Powder; Heat Tool and Powder Pals
Glitter – Dazzling Details
Punch – Blossom
Other – 1/8″ Mini Brads; Blender Pen; Stampin’ Pierce Mat; Paper Piercing Tool; Paper Snips; Stampin’ Spritzer; Simply Scored; Sponge Daubers; Sponge
Below is a picture of the first card which features Designer Series Paper Emboss Resist
Our second card’s techniques were Illusion and Blender Pen Emboss Resist
Below is our thrid card which featured Follow the Edge and Tri-Colour Watercolour techniques.
We also made a box to place our cards in. The box featured Stamping on Vellum and Paper flowers.
This class took the full 3 hours with the ladies having barely anytime to have a cuppa and chat.
I’ll be running this class again early in 2014. If you’re interested in doing the class, contact me so I can add your name to my list and let you know when the class will run.
If you’d like to purchase any of the supplies used or any Sta,pin’ Up! products, shop at my 24/7 Online Store, here.