Embossing Folder Techniques Class

UPDATE: Class is full.

Well I swore I wasn’t going to do it, but here I am, doing it. I am teaching a class. I have had requests for several different technique classes but the most requested has been embossing folders so I thought I would start there.

Before getting into the specifics for this class, I want to share that my teaching style is pretty laid back and that I feel that the best way to learn is to dive right in. Wondering if something will work, try it! Want to see what something will look like, you won’t know until you do it. It’s only paper is my motto and I don’t know about you, but I have quite the stash of it and am not in any real danger of running out of supplies. If any of you have watched any of my demos at the store, you know I am a hands on, get up to my elbows into it kind of gal when I am creating. While the class will have a bit more structure than that, this is more about the playing then the end product.

In this class I will demonstrate  4 different techniques using embossing folders. Honestly there are so many things you can do with them, I had a hard time narrowing it down. The plan is to make 4 cards, each highlighting a different technique. There will be plenty of examples for you to draw ideas from. Please note that cards may be different than the samples shown as I will have a variety of options for you to choose from for each card. The emphasis will be on the playing with mediums and trying different techniques rather than a specific card design. You are also welcome to bring your own embossing folders (3D folders work best) if you want to learn how to use them more or have one you bought have not played with yet because you are unsure what to do with it.

Date:

May 8th, 10;30-1;30ish

Cost: 

$35.00 payable once registration has been confirmed via etransfer to hughesl1602@gmail.com

Registration:

Please email Lisa at hughesl1602@gmail.com to register. Registration and payment is required to guarantee your spot in class. Please be sure to email and await confirmation from me that there is space available prior to paying via etransfer.

Supplies You Need to Bring:

Your favourite adhesives for card making tape, liquid, runner whatever you like.

Black ink pad, best if it is a bit juicy whichever you prefer although Distress ink is not the best option for the technique we will be doing.

Optional supplies to bring (there will be a limited number on hand to use):

Any embossing folders you might like to use although there will be a variety on hand for you to choose from

Preferred blending tools as there are a limited number to be shared in class.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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