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Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Hello! Here are some details about Stamp Class Scheduled for Sat. Sept 18th. Pictured above are the projects we will be making using the Mini Milk Carton Sizzix Die and the Stamp Set Wicked Cool (clear). Love It!!!!

There is a $15.00 minimum catalog order per person per class. I will be demonstrating a new project in every class. All projects come with written instructions for you to have so you will know how to duplicate them later. Some of my 3-d projects will require you to pay extra-for example the Mini Milk Carton Container was designed by a fellow demonstrator-the tutorial will be purchased for $3.95 from her and I will be providing all of the supplies needed-however it would be great if you could bring some things of your own-if you have them to help keep the cost down and to help move the class along faster. The total cost of the Mini Milk Carton is $9.00.

Your supply list: (Thank You!)

Red liner tape
Paper trimmer
Bone folder
Glue runner
Glue dots

More details: The class will be held on Sat. Sept. 18th at the Brigham City Crystal Inn starting at 9:00 a.m. and going until 1:00 p.m. Hope you can join me! Contact me to reserve your spot! My info is above!

Check my blog often, things can be subject to change! :)

Thanks a bunch and come have some fun with us!

Dana Walker
Hello fellow stampers!

Welcome to my blog! I have this beautiful and very easy card tutorial to show you. The flowers are made out of brown paper sacks.

Take three paper sacks- or more if you want to make alot of flowers. Using three sacks gave me six flowers of each size. Roll them through the Big Shot using the Flower Daisies Die #2 (114520 page 207)

Next you are going to ink them. I used Cherry Cobbler, More Mustard, and Early Espresso. I inked them using Cherry Cobbler and More Mustard on the Largest and Medium Sized flowers. I used Early Early Espresso on the smallest-ink that one very light or use Chocolate Chip. It can get kind of dark.

After you've inked them- use some adhesive and layer them together. I think just a basic glue stick is the best. The paper is so thin that you don't need a stronger glue than this. Put them aside and let them dry really good.Now comes the funnest part. This is where they really come together and look so amazing! You'll want to distress them a little. Crumple them and play with them a little to get the look you want them to have. I wanted mine to be a little weathered too and the paper sack material is so cool- it just does its own thing. It will curl up in spots and crinkle in others-its pretty sweet! K- so after that I used some Silver Foil Smooch Spritz to give it a little glitter. Just set your flower down inside your scrap waste basket that has a plastic liner and spritz the flower until you like the look. Be sure to shake the bottle up really well- the glitter settles in the bottom.
Put a center like I did- using an Antique Brad (117273 page 187)
These would be so cute on a box of goodies too!
Have any questions? E-mail me or call.
Happy Stampin'!