Posts Tagged ‘technique’

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Dahlia Fold

June 13, 2012

The technique for May was the Dahlia Fold Technique.  You can make fabulous flowers using any patterned paper.  The creations are endless!

I love how this paper makes a beautiful Dahlia Flower with such striking contrast:

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New Catalog Party – June 23, 2012

June 3, 2012

HEATHER’S NEW CATALOG PARTY!

Saturday, June 23, 2012
Open House hours: 7:00 – 9:30 pm

1619 Spring Ave, Jenkintown, PA 19046

COME SEE:

  • Displays – lots of cards and other samples featuring new products from the new Catalog!
  • Classes & Club information
  • Product Share information
  • Retired Products for sale

FREE!!!:

  • Two free Make & Take Cards! (I design and prepare all the pieces; you make it and take it home!)
  • Free gift from me just for attending!
  • Yummy snacks!

DOOR PRIZES (receive entries for):

  • Attending
  • Bringing a Friend (who hasn’t attended any of my prior events)
  • Placing an Order
  • Book a stamping party or personal class for you and your friends
  • Purchasing the fully customizable Starter Kit with over $190 in product & supplies for just $99 (free shipping)

NEW CATALOG PARTY SPECIAL OFFER:

Place an order for $50 or more (before tax and shipping) and get a roll of the NEW ¼” grosgrain ribbon in the color of your choice AND one of my retired stamp sets!

 

RSVPs are required by Wednesday, June 20 so that I can have Make & Take items prepared for you.  Contact me at heathermyates@gmail.com or 215-821-9395 to RSVP or if you have questions.  Can’t wait to see you there!

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Technique Tuesday class

November 9, 2011

Have you missed Technique Tuesday?  This class is held on the last Tuesday of every month.  Details can be found here.

In a recent class we learned the Wax Paper Emboss Resist technique.  What a fun one!  The featured project uses the Polar Party stamp set, Cherry Cobbler and Always Artichoke paper & ink and the new Dazzling Details glitter glue.  WOW it’s much more sparkly in person!  You can see the Wax Paper Emboss resist on the four panels.  We used the Snow Burst embossing folder to create the resist pattern.