Tuesday, December 13, 2011

My First A*muse Studio Class

Wow, I cannot even remember how long ago it was that I held my first card class (I fondly remember it was a lot warmer then, since it is freezing here right now).  Naturally, I tried to use all products from the A*muse Studio catalog – and did except for some Basic Grey paper scraps.  Today I found the pictures I had of the cards, buried deep in a file on my computer – and decided to share.  They are a bit simpler than some things I "create", however, with the need for gifts to be made and kids on holiday soon - they might provide the answer.
The first card we made was very simple – but I created two different variations to show that this card could have unlimited use – simply change the colors or change the stamps (like I did in the class).

The second card was very simple – except that you normally get covered in glitter.  First up – we put down a stripe of the super-stick double-sided tape, and then rubbed glitter into it for a glittery stripe.  Next we used the sakura quickie glue pen and edge around the sentiment – and more glitter.  Depending upon the paper scraps used for striping – this card could be masculine, feminine, adult or child.  

The final card we made was a floating bird card – which came to me in my sleep. Mainly just lots of stamping with A*muse Studio’s wonderful/colorful ink pads.  Once you try their ink pads – you are sold on how juicy and rich the colors are.  I would say that their ink is almost mistake proof!

Again – everything can be found in the current A*muse Studio catalog – however, a new catalog comes out in January! 

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