Friday Frenzy Workshop

Hi Girls,

Today I’d like to share the demonstration project and make and take from my workshop on Friday.  My hostess was the delightful Kylie (Waving Kylie) and I always enjoy catching up with this particular group – many of whom have truly become friends whom I wouldn’t have met if it wasn’t for Stampin’ Up!

So the demonstration project was this card, which features emboss resist technique (I showed the girls how to colour emboss using versamark, classic ink and clear embossing powder):

I sort of wanted to demonstrate how if you simply stamp underneath the embossing like I have with the Cajun Craze at the top, you get a distorted kind of colour on the Old Olive section, but if you stamp after embossing allowing it to “resist” the ink you are using like I have with the More mustard and crumb cake images, there is no colour distortion to the Old Olive… Now this workshop was a little frenzied with all the kiddies running around so I don’t think I actually got that point across very well LOL – so if any of the attendees are reading this – this was actually where I was going with this demonstration!

Here is a close up:

The make and take was this little beauty: (Am I allowed to compliment my own designs? LOL)

Again demosntrating how adhesive sheets can be used with fabric and the Big Shot Dies – in this case Beautiful Butterflies.  This Black sparkly fabric is called Smoulder and is one of intangible’s exclusive fabrics – this piece was rescued from the scrap bin last week after a production run! Our Cutter Linh was kind enough to let me scrounge in the bin for a large enough piece!!!

I love this colour combo of Not Quite Navy, Very Vanilla and Black…

Well until next time 🙂

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