Happy Thanksgiving! with Stampin’ Up! Painted Harvest #simplestamping

Hi folks – finally I have found time to blog since my return from holiday. I am at home today so I thought I’d take the time to wish my American friends around the world Happy Thanksgiving!

I pulled out Painted Harvest set because it has perfect sentiments and I love it!

Materials

The colours I used are Mango Melody, Crushed curry, Early Espresso and Very Vanilla.

Measurements

The base card is an A4 sheet cut in half long ways and folded in half.

The first layer is 14.4cm x 10.1cm

The top layer is 14cm x 9.7cm

Method – see video below

 

Come along to a class:

I run small classes in my home. At these classes you will learn different techniques, be supplied with all resources and have full use of my equipment. You will make beautiful cards, gift boxes, gift bags, matching tags and other projects. If you are interested in one or all of these activities then ask me about my classes.
I also run product-based classes with will include you taking home with you a stamp set, card kit, punch etc, whatever the class is featuring. The benefits of a product based class is that you will have instructions to complete projects with the product, use my resources that compliment the product, and my advice of how to get the most out of the product.
Classes last 2 hours and price vary with the activity we are doing.
Basic class will be £10 – £15
Product based class is price of product plus a class fee.
Classes run in the day and evenings to suit participants.
If there is a particular project that you have seen on my blog or on a video that you would like to make then please ask, I can do small tutorials for you and your friends if there was a special occasion you wanted to make something for. Wedding invitations, favours, party invitations, favours, craft fayres etc

Please contact me via email janice.mcglen@gmail.com
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