Good morning everyone â€“ I do hope you are well and not getting washed away with all this rain we are having in Sydney. We do need it and it is falling in the catchment areas so that’s a good thing as it means its going into our dams where we need it.
Thursday I shared with you two scrapbook layouts I made using the Circle Scissor Plus and at our SaleABration Spectacular I demonstrated using the Circle Scissor Plus and the different ways you can use it.
This first card was done using the Sweet Always Designer Series Papers, coordinating cardstock and the A Kind Word and Always Stamp sets.
I showed the ladies just how easy it is to do frames with the Circle Scissor Plus without moving it. Iâ€™ve also thrown in a couple of our circle punches to show how well Stampinâ€™ Up! products go together.
This card uses the Windsor Knot Designer Series Papers, coordinating cardstock, and the All in the Family, On Your Birthday and the Calendar Alphabet & Numbers stamp sets.
I have layered the circles again for the main image and with the All in the Family stamp set its imperative you use the Stamp-a-ma-jig so all your images line up well.
I did try to not use it and my little girl (which is not shown here) ended up with fangs from the top of her dress! Not a good look for a little girls card â€“ unless of course you’re doing a Twilight theme!!!
I am running classes this first term called â€œTool Timeâ€ where I will highlight a tool and show you different ways of using your Stampinâ€™ Up! tools. So many times we see them demonstrated and just â€˜haveâ€™ to have it and then it get put on the shelf or in the cupboard to gather dust.
The first class will be on the Circle Scissor Plus and you will get to know this tool and make three projects using the Circle Scissor Plus.
Tool Time â€“ Circle Scissor Plus
Date ~ 26th February, 2010 Time ~ 10.30am Cost ~ $20.00 bookings essential
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