Yesterday, I introduced the first of Stampin’ Up!’s NEW On-Line Classes along with sharing a resounding THUMBS UP! from me on the quality of the paper crafting samples and ideas. The $14.95 class offers over 30 projects presented step by step as pdf files, plus supply lists and videos. Many of you have already ordered the class and are as excited as I am. See below for more information on how to get started.
Quick note . . . the videos in session 6 have a timing issue and are being remedied! If you have already purchased the class through me, I’ll be sure you get the corrections when they are available. UPDATE 2/27 4:00 p.m. — This has been repaired. If you had this issue, you can download the class again and the videos are corrected.
After watching the session five class (there are 6 total sessions), I created my own version of the tags project. So many cool tips and an easy to follow video! I adapted them to my Spring Sampler stamp set. That’s one of the benefits–these classes are versatile enough to work with the stamps and supplies you have on hand (although leave a little room for enabling). Don’t you love how the Ticket Duo Builder Punch (126883) was used! Learned that in the class!
Frankly, I didn’t think ahead about matching the Baker’s Twine to the ink. I used Gumball Green ink along with Lucky Limeade Baker’s Twine. Keep the door open for experimenting with different colors and shades. It’s amazing how similar shades take on the colors of each other and expand your possibilities. Yep, I didn’t “match” the Island Indigo Baker’s Twine and Pacific Point Ink on the galoshes either . . . If I don’t post tomorrow, you’ll know I have gone straight to “Stampin’ Jail” for not doing the obvious.
SO TELL ME what you think of my tag quartet with a comment below. Do you have a favorite? I love the simplicity and hope it inspires you to give the new Stampin’ Up! On-Line Class a try.