Monday, April 9, 2012

Stamping Technique Cards

Stamping Technique Cards by StampLadyKatie
Do you love learning new stamping techniques?  Maybe its the main reason you attend a class. People tell me they love learning the techniques, but then they go home and forget what we did? Hopefully this is no longer the case for the people who come to my events. 

Last fall we started making technique cards at our Stamp-a-Stacks so we could remember what we learned. The focus is still on making a whole stack of cards so you have plenty to send, the technique card is just a little added bonus.  I even supply the book ring to hold them together!

Our next event is this coming weekend and the technique this month will be Faux Leather. If you are local to the Madison/Stoughton/Dane County area of Wisconsin then please join us.  RSVP for the event on my Stampin'UP! event page or send me an email. There are 2 sessions - take your pick:
session #1 is Sunday afternoon (Apr 15th) starting at 1:00PM 
session #2 is Monday evening (Apr 16th) starting at 6PM

These events are held at my house so if you are new be sure to ask for directions. We do 10 cards, 2 each of 5 different designs. It usually takes 2-1/2 to 3 hours. And, you get to socialize with a great group of people while you stamp.

Here's your chance to cast aside the cares of the world and forget everything else except the people you're with and the fun of playing with paper. The samples are pre-cut and ready to make, but you are also encouraged to be as creative as you want with your projects.So - whats your skill level?

**Are you good at following directions?  You'll love this event -  its all laid out for you.

**Do you love working from a base design and changing it up to make your own creations?
    Great! we encourage and celebrate creativity.

**Are you a novice who really doesn't stamp much on your own?  This event is for you!
   You'll learn new stuff and you'll come away with projects you're proud to send.

Contact me today to sign up.  See you this weekend.
Oh, and bring a camera - I'll have lots of samples on display.
Happy Stamping

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