Well, you will tomorrow of course, but by then it will be marginally better, because the stuff on top of the stuff that's spread out over the stuff will have been removed. I hope. See, the weather made me stay in yesterday which was supremely helpful in terms of workshop preparation. Me and that Shopkeeper Gal decided that in her new location, there might be a few people who'd like to start a paper crafting habit, and so we cooked up a couple of 'Introductory' workshops. After all, far better to spend on a two hour workshop than buy all the gear, get home, get in a muddle and hate it.
|Straight forward, heat emboss and 2nd generation stamping|
This large postcard edge die cut means that we are making sort of index cards covering basic stamping techniques using the two most popular inks...pigments and dyes. It means that they can be used as mats for mounting on card fronts, or punched and stored on a book ring as reference cards. Each card has the technique instructions on the back, so it will make a handy reference guide. I think.
|gloss card......use the right ink for crisp DRY images!|
And there's the other joy of Workshops...sitting at a table getting to know people. You can tell a lot from a person about they stamp, respond to sharing supplies, take an instruction...oh yeah, it's a fascinating, good life.
And the good old stamp outline, emboss and colour in...layer up with other images...