Friday, October 30, 2009

Creative Crafts
at: Hobby Lobby (classroom)

Friday, November 13
at: 5:30 p.m.
"pumpkin treat boxes and gift tags"

Friday, November 20
at: 5:30 p.m.
6x6 mini album pages: Thanksgiving & Christmas

$10 / class

All materials will be provided.

Questions? Call me at: 245-2964

Yes, the class on the 13 is a repeat. I did not have a big turnout for the first class, and I've had requests to re-do it since some people were unable to attend. So, we're doing it again.
Also, you may have noticed the info. for the class on the 20 is blank. I am in the process of coming up with an idea to do for that one. If anyone has specific requests for projects, let me know. I'll see what I can do to accomadate that. As always...projetcs will be made using Spellbinder's Wizard and Dies.
Well, I really do have pictures to post---I'm just having trouble figuring out the new computer and it's photo editing software. :) So, as soon as I solve that problem I will have more pics to post. Until then... here is the latest class times for my Creative Crafts class at Hobby Lobby.

Thursday, October 1, 2009

at: Hobby Lobby (classroom)


Friday 9th @ 5:30 p.m.
"Pumpkin treat boxes & gift tags"

Friday 23rd @ 5:30 p.m.
"Halloween card & 6x6 mini album page"

~ $10 each class

Projects will be made using Spellbinder's Dies & Wizard.

ALL materials will be provided.

Margarita Ybarra
(970) 245-2964
Creative Crafts (Card making class 2)

The sunflower card features #S4-202 Deckled rectangles ~ Lg & S5-004 Sunflower Garden (I just used the sunflower and leaf).

For this card, the sunflower was made using mulberry paper---it is awesome to chalk on! Also used were: clear jewlery bags, sunflower seeds & magic mesh.

The apple tree card features #S4-124 Classic Scalloped Circles ~ Lg & #S4-114 Classic Standard Circle ~ Lg.

This card features "sewing scraps"---bias tape, lace & buttons, stuff everyone has, but maybe has not thought of using on a card. For the "fall leaves" effect I used Marvy Markers to color the leaves different shades. (You can also just use green to help balance all the red).