(To enter parking lot turn onto New Haven and keep left.)
Projects include 5 projects tags, bags and a card technique
Bring your scissors and crafting adhesives, glue dots, dimensionals, rhinestones, pearls, pencil, ruler, cutter or trimmer.
Lunch, Snacks, Drinks, Project kits & materials are provided.
Adhesives are available for purchase at the event.
Bring a new friend to me and receive a special gift!
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For those of you who live far away and want a complete kit of all 5 cards and instructions, feel free to contact me. Your check for $20 (includes shipping) will be due by January 25th to insure kits will be prepared for you.
Supplies or 2 of these projects onclude the following:
Comes from Middle French, from old Italian dialect masarada, from Old Italian maschere mask that had its first known use in 1587 is a social gathering of persons wearing masks and often fantastic costumes for wear at such a gathering or an action or appearance that is mere disguise or show. What better way to make your disguise a worthy one is to get your stache on! By using the mustache framelit, punching two holes in it for eyes, and a few sequins and you have a great mask for Halloween cards and tags. These staches give your mustache framelit a new life. Using the Mingle All The Way Stamp Set will help you choose your sentimentBy embossing the Four Feathers Stamp Set and using the matching framelits ( it is a bundle) to cut them out, it is easy to get a new look for the stache. You could use this idea for New Years, Marde Gras or on its own for a masculine card, just stache and no mask! Another use is making a statement with the Santa Stache Stampset.
No matter how you use the stamps and framelits, you cards are sure to be a hit,