Friday, 17 April 2009

Sneak peeks of all the classes for the crop tomorrow!

Start your engines because we are ready to go!! Here are all of the peeks at the classes for the crop tomorrow together with details of photos and anything else you might need........

10 am - Birds of a Feather
In this gorgeous class with Claire you'll not only put together a beautiful page but learn how to make stunning flower embellishments - with a hint of danger!! You'll need a 6" x 4" portrait photo and almost any theme would work really well with this design. Bring along a black inkpad, a black journaling pen, 3d foam pads and sand paper or sanding block.

11.15am - All Things Bright & Beautiful
This one is most definitely fun and colourful so perfect for photos with loads of colour that can often be difficult to scrap. You'll need three 6" x 4" photos and they can be either portrait, landscape or a mixture of the two. Pack a green inkpad (sample uses Colorbox Lime Pastel) or any other fresh colour eg. yellow, pink or blue. You'll also need some 3d foam pads, a paper pricker and double sided tape or glue dots.

1pm - Raspberries & Cream
This pink and cream class is very elegant and pretty and would suit a range of photos including heritage. You'll need a 6" x 8" landscape or you could opt for two 6" x 4" portrait photos - they don't need to be black & white as in the sample as a bit of colour would also look fab! Pack a green inkpad (sample used Colorbox Olive Pastel), some 3d foam pads, a 1" circle punch and a paper pricker because you'll be learning how to make a fab folded flower!

2.15pm - Lazy Daisy
The warm, rich colours of this class would work well with all sorts of different photo themes so don't worry about having to rush out to buy a chocolate face mask!! We used a 6" x 4" landscape photo but you could use something larger just as well. Pack a brown inkpad (sample used Colorbox Creamy Brown - my fav!!), a paper pricker and either a notebook edge punch or a single hole punch. By the way the Thickers in this kit look so much like chocolate you'll be wanting to lick them!!

3.30pm - Butterflies & Backstitch
True to my word, there is no sewing to be seen here - just soft ice-cream colours like pistachio and chocolate. This one is perfect for a heritage photo but I think you'll be surprised at just how many different styles of picture would work with this. We used a 6" x 4" landscape photo but you could just as easily use a portrait pic or go a little larger. You'll need 3d foam pads and if you have a scallop edge punch throw that in your bag as it will make your life a little easier in class (but not vital so don't fret if you don't have one) and if you have a Krylon gold leafing pen bring that along as well. Finally bring along a soft brown inkpad - the sample uses Colorbox Creamy Brown.

5pm - Squeeze of Lime
This page is big on drama so you'll need quite strong photos for this class and three of them in the same theme. We used three 7" x 5" portrait pics but you have the option to rotate the page and use landscape if you prefer. Bring along a black inkpad and you are good to go - we're being gentle on you here because its towards the end of the day!!

6pm - Alissa Album
We haven't put this one up for sale yet as we had issues with our credit card machine so we will be takings bookings tomorrow morning. This is the last class of the day but we have left loads of time for you to get stuck into it - and Claire assures me that you'll need it! You probably won't have time to even think about photos but you will need a glue stick, sandpaper, 1" circle punch, a black inkpad and a craft knife. The kit has full instructions so even if you can't stay until the last class you will be able to complete the project easily on your own.
The postcode for those of you who have a bit of a way to come is DA13 0AT. I thnk thats everything but please get in touch if you have any questions about anything. AND if you want to check your diaries, the next Kent crop day will be Saturday 20th June and the next 'Finish Your Pages' day will be Sunday 17th May - hope to see you there!!

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