Here's a peek at the two classes I'm teaching this weekend at Cindy's Scrapbooking Conference in Pocatello. If anyone out there wants to attend, please join us! It's so much fun (not that I ever seem to get much scrapping done). :)
This year I'm doing a "boy" class and a "girl" class.
The first one is "On the Go." I used Fancy Pants papers and some punches and die cuts.
To make the tire marks, I ran my son's Lego car through a black ink pad, then ran it across my page. Easy! (Although Taylor wasn't sure what to think of my technique).
I love all the cute Fancy Pants elements that match the paper...
Here's the girly layout. These are 3 of my nieces:
Remember the rolled flower technique I linked to here? I used a QuicKutz scalloped border die and cut it in half lengthwise. Then I rolled the paper tightly before letting it come undone a little. I finished it off by gluing the end. It's a really easy technique and oh so cute! (I think it looks super cute with double-sided paper because you get a glimpse of both patterns).
Then in my class at Porter's last week, one of my customers showed me how to make this darling muslin flower. I'll post a tutorial tomorrow, so stay tuned!
Well, back to the kit making! See you tomorrow!
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