Friday, January 8, 2010

Embossing Metal And Perfect Pearls Class


I always like to teach a technique in a class. Have fun. Make something cool. Have fun. And learn to use a tool you might not be real familiar with so you feel more comfortable. And Have Fun!!!


So, that having been said, I think this class is going to be really inspirational. You did ask for it after seeing my tool caddy/gift box at my last class, and it is combining Grungepaper, Ten Seconds Studio Metal, and Perfect Pearls.


This project is done in Brr-Blue, a dark metallic metal, but it could be done in any color. I hope to have the new colors from Cheryl to show you in class.


We will be working with molds from TSS, but I'll also show you a quick and easy way to work with this fabulous metal as well. So if you have an embossing machine...Cuttlebug or such, bring it along. You'll be amazed!!!!


Right now it's scheduled for Feb. 6th at Prairie Art Stamps. A slightly different version is on the back burner for Scrapbook Friend'z. Stay tuned!!!!


Hope to see you there....

10 comments:

  1. This is a stunning piece ... totally love it!

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  2. I absolutely love this piece Linda. It is perfect. Where is the butterfly stamp from?

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  3. Looks fabulous!!! I think I have one of those boxes and I got new metal, molds, and tools for Christmas... maybe that should be my afternoon :-)) Must finish some GP roses first for a swap on the EWV group.

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  4. Wish I could see you there hun...bit too far for me to travel tho...I mean, it would be a train journey, then a flight, then I would probably get lost in the USA somewhere and spend the rest of my life wandering about asking " Do you know Linda?" to all and sundry......ROFL ... so I will have to give this one a miss..but...would love to see what you make...oh, and yes, it is past my bedtime .. again...and tomorrow instead of looking like a little piglet I will look like a big fat piglet cos I scoffed so much today ROFL Have fun! x

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  5. I love it Linda! As always, wish I was closer! You should be teaching something in Anaheim, so we can see you in action!

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  6. I love this Linda awesome work as always

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  7. Linda, this is very cool and I am fortunate that I can take your class in February---see you soon.

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  8. What an amazing class project Linda, it's simply beautiful!
    Stay warm, Lin x

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  9. I want one!!! :( Totally fab!

    Lisa
    http://happyplacecreations.blogspot.com

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  10. Nice work! I wish I lived closer!!! See you at CHA!

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