Today there is sunshine at my home rather than grey or white skies and rain or snow. It’s such a welcome treat.
And…..it will be shiny bright in my stampin’ studio (My Country Loft) as I welcome my students.
I’ve been wanting to offer this class since I first saw the tin on the cover of the 2015-2016 Annual Catalog and it’s been on my class calendar since November. Finally the day has arrived. I’ll add some photos after the class showing our progress. I know they won’t be able to complete the entire project but we’ll get a good start.
Since the kit does not include the Tin of Cards stamp set or the ink pads, as the demonstrator that’s my part to provide. And that’s a perk of the class: You (student) purchase the project kit and I (demonstrator) provide the stamp set, clear blocks, ink pads and expertise. I made the kit months ago so I can help with what goes where and when. And maybe why. The main goals of today’s class will be stamping on the index cards followed by any stamping that’s required on the cards and envelopes.
Then we’ll assemble at least one of each of the four cards and the rest can be done at home. This project definitely takes longer than the three hours we have allotted for class time.
Hopefully if you know you’ll be in the area in time to RSVP for a particular class, you’ll be able to pop in. I’d love to have out-of-the-area guests join us! Normally each class has its own PDF tutorial but this one doesn’t since it’s so self contained as well as pretty self explanatory. I’ll certainly offer tips for the class if you purchase a kit through my Stampin’ Up! On Line Store.