Stamping

It’s a Double Take!

I’m super excited to share my new class at Big Picture: Double Take!  This is the third in a series of birthday card classes where I show ya how to get MORE from your stamps, dies, and stencils. This time we’ll be making a Christmas and birthday card using the same supplies.

We’ll be making TEN cards — yes, that’s TEN cards, plus I have SIX videos for ya!

Topics include:

  • Five cards two ways—with a birthday and Christmas version for each layout
  • Three principles for getting more from your supplies
  • Two stencil background techniques
  • Using a black pen and a regular graphite pencil to color critters
  • Die-cutting tissue paper to add that extra something to your cards
  • How little changes in accent colors make a BIG impact
  • Tips for masculine and feminine birthday cards
  • A nifty gift card holder for those hard-to-buy-for people on your list

Christmas will be here before we know it — I still can’t believe it’s November already! How did that even happen? And as a girl with a December birthday, I can tell ya that it’s important that your birthday and Christmas papercrafts look different — I discovered that Santa isn’t real when I noticed that my birthday and Christmas wrapping paper was the same! Yeah, guess I was a paper nerd even back then. :)

Hope you’ll come join me for the class! Class starts November 13, 2017 and you’ll have unlimited access with your membership. If you’re not already a subscriber to Big Picture, you can start a FREE trial, then if you decide to remain a member, it’s just $9.95/month. You can cancel your membership at any time with no added fees, and your class progress is resumed if you decide to rejoin. Plus while you’re a member, you’ll have access to the whole library of hundreds of classes —and Big Picture adds new classes every month!

See you there? xo

Supplies

Here are just a few of the supplies we’ll be using in class! Note: the links to the supplies at Ellen Hutson (EH) and Amazon (AZ) are referral links, so if you make your purchase by clicking those links I’ll receive a small commission at no cost to you! :)

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1 thought on “It’s a Double Take!”

  1. Ah, Lisa, this class looks so wonderful! I have loved your style for years and have always enjoyed your classes. Unfortunately, I’m just not up for a membership or subscription…….maybe next time. Love ya!

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