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Winter Woodlands Virtual Card Class with Deanna

   
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Winter Woodlands:

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas with this stunning Vintage holiday line!  Full of beautiful imagery, sweet birds and wintery woodlands, this class will give you a warm rustic holiday feeling.  Your class kits will be loaded with tons of products—12 of the 6x8 paper pads, and TWO full packs of ephemera giving you loads of options to customize your cards and greetings.  Plus you will have so much leftover papers and diecuts that you can keep creating!  In this class we will create FIVE cards, each full of amazing details, darling images and festive colours—you won’t want to miss out!  Designed by Deanna

This class will be taught Virtually in a Private Facebook group for those who purchased the class on Saturday, October 23rd from 3:00-7:00 Central time. If you can't make the live class don't worry, video will be posted afterwards so you can watch or replay it at your own convenience.

STUDENT SUPPLY LIST: YES we have all of this available for purchase at Scrapbook-N-Memories

  • I highly recommend the Helmar Quick Dry 450
  • FOAM TAPE—MAKE SURE YOU HAVE ENOUGH ON HAND—we go thru A LOT and I can’t stress this enough.  I will be using the Scrapbook Adhesive White 54 foot roll.
  • Sticky Thumb White Foam DOTS -This are crucial for the class—NOT because they are dots but because they are the “PERFECT” height for what we need on the cards.
  • Micro Glue dots for gems
  • Foam STRIPS
  • 1/8" or 1/4" Scor Tape
  • Recommended:  Powder tool—to take sticky of the back of stickers
  • Trimmer—any trimmer will work as long as it has measurements.  I highly recommend the 8.5” Tim Holtz Guillotine. It is the perfect size and wonderful for card making.
  • Scissors
  • Paper Piercer or tweezers—Optional but may be handy for working with rhinestones.  I personally use the Tonic TH craft pick.
  • OPTIONAL:  Hunkydory Inverted Corner punch, from Ecstasy