Classes Available!

By | October 10, 2015

Would you like to learn fun stamping techniques?  How about enjoying a night out, while hanging out with friends and creating beautiful cards?  Well, if you live near Stockton, California, I invite you to attend one of my Fall classes.  They’re so much fun and I currently have openings!  You can come once to try it out, or you can come on a monthly basis, whatever works for you and your schedule.  I have classes at least once a month that include making up to four cards or crafts.  See the Class Calendar Tab on my blog for more details.  No experience necessary!

My next class is October 22nd at 6:00 P.M. and it will focus on making Christmas cards!!!  Who doesn’t need a bunch of those?  Come join in the fun!

Speaking of stamping techniques, the following card demonstrates a fun technique that I’ll be teaching in my upcoming classes.  The card we’ll make will be Christmas themed, but it will involve this same triple layer technique.

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I love Fall and watching all the leaves turn beautiful colors.  I tried to mimic that look with the leaves on this card.

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I used the For All Things stamp set for the leaves.  This is one of my favorite stamp sets.  I especially love the watercolor style.

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To accomplish the multi-color effect, I inked the stamp with one color, then used an Aqua Painter to brush clear water over the stamp, then I sponged on a second color of ink all before stamping.  I used numerous combinations of Tip Top Taupe, Delightful Dijon, Tangelo Twist, and Cajun Craze ink.

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After I was finished stamping, I used a splatter stamp from Gorgeous Grunge to add all the dots.

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Supplies used on my card:

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Would you like to learn how to make a triple layer card?  If you think you might be interested, please email me at to join a class.  I’d love to see you there!

Tami Hewlett

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