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Tuesday, 25 November 2014

December - Paper Crafting

Clas members asked to make a Christmas Wall Hanging they had seen round my house.

November - Back to Basics with Distress Ink Pad

October - Canvas

Whilst the paints were still near the top of craft stash piles, we had a go at creating an underwater canvas scene. The canvas is A4 in size. We also go to use Frantage - which was new to some and Angel Fibres. Doing something like this was new to most and a change from cards.

September - Gelli Plate 2

As people had bought a Gelli Plate based on our first play with the gelli plate session - we had a further get to know your Gelli Plate. We created a card using paints and another using inks; plus a number of background prints.

August - Cut Fold Tuck Dies

Spellbinders have a range of Cut, Fold and Tuck Dies. So inspired by some cards we had seen on the internet and an article in a Craft Magazine we had a play with the dies we owned.

July - Little Claire Stamps

We all brought along our Little Claire Stamps and had a play with the ones we had not got around to playing with yet.

June - Decorate a Cardboard Book

Having made the embellishments and papers over the past two classes, we used them to decorate a book. Using the following images from Tim Holtz, as inspiration for decorating the pages in the book.

May - Gelli Plate Introduction

As people were undecided whether or not to buy a gelli plate, we had some one-to-one sessions and created half a dozen backgrounds/prints each.

April - Melt Pot 2

Played with our Melt Pots and Mould - creating embellishments.