Friday, 5 June 2020

Remote classes still running - check out these Ornate Garden samples

Stampin Up Ornate Thanks Ornate Garden Allthingsstampy

Getting together with friends is one of the joys of crafting – and thanks to the wonders of technology, we still can!

On Saturday, I held a class for 10 people, who all crafted in their own homes while chatting over Zoom.

Everyone received a quarter of a pack of Ornate Garden Designer Series Paper, and some took up the option to add the Ornate Thanks stamp set onto their kit, too. Such pretty paper, isn't it?

Stampin Up Ornate Thanks Ornate Garden Allthingsstampy

Stampin Up Ornate Thanks Ornate Garden Allthingsstampy

Stampin Up Ornate Thanks Ornate Garden Allthingsstampy

I’m currently taking bookings for several other remote classes, so please check to see if there's an event to suit you – you’d be made very welcome.

Stampin Up stamping tips Allthingsstampy
You can make beautiful cards using just the Designer Series Paper, if you can face all the fussy-cutting! With this paper, it can be a bit of a struggle to whole flowers but they are there and then you can use strategic placing to give the illusion of whole flowers. You can adhere part flowers at the edge of the cardstock, or cover any missing petals with a small whole flower.

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