November 2017 Paper Crafting Classes

November 2017 Paper Crafting Classes

November 4th Card Making12 pm
Please join us for our monthly card making class where you will make 5 awesome cards, learn new techniques and have fun too. This class is designed for both beginners and advanced card makers and you do not have to have taken any of our other classes to attend this one. Class is four hours but may not take that long, and the cost is $10.00. You only need to bring a tape runner, payment and a smile. Classes are held on Saturdays and payment and your reservation are due by that Thursday before class. You can email me at brendalovesherphotos@yahoo.com or call me at 413-203-5196 for details
Hope to see you there!

November 12th. Memory Making/Scrapbooking Crop 12 noon
.Please join us for our monthly scrapbooking crop, where you bring all your scrapbooking projects you have been working on or want to work on and we get together and get lots done. This crop includes the space to work, a snack, and lots of fun. It is four hours but you can stay as long as you wish. Class is open to all ages 8 and up, and would be great for a mother and daughter or even you and your grandchild. The crop is $10.00 and you need to pay and register 2 days prior. Call or email me for details at 413-203-5196 Brenda@bjstampingtreasures.com
Hope to see you there

 

 

 

November 26th Holiday Gift Making Class12pm
Please join us for our holiday gift Making Class where you will make 5 gifts, and learn how to make your own gift bags. Come and join the fun, bring a friend or maybe two or three. Cost is $15.00 and all you have to do is bring a tape runner and tear and tape and a smile. Call or email me to let me know you are coming. 1-413-203-5196 or Brendalovesherphotos@yahoo.com
Hope to see you there.

 

 

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Who still sends cards in the mail?

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HAPPY WORLD CARD MAKING DAY!

HAPPY WORLD CARD MAKING DAY!

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Are you sick of buying expensive cards for every birthday, holidays and events. Then why not learn to make your own at half the cost of store bought cards. I can teach you how and you will never have to buy another card again.
If you are interested contact me Brenda at 413-203-5195 or brendalovesherphotos@yahoo.com
Happy Stampingare you sick of buying expensive cards?

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Winter season card

 

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Who still sends greeting cards in the mail?

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Why buy when you can make them.

Are you sick of buying expensive cards for every birthday, holidays and events. Then why not learn to make your own at half the cost of store bought cards. I can teach you how and you will never have to buy another card again.
If you are interested contact me Brenda at 413-203-5195 or brendalovesherphotos@yahoo.com
Happy Stamping

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Pocket Full of Sunshine Card

 

 

 

Pocket Full of Sunshine Card

What a cute card make for birthdays, or any occasion, try changing it up and doing different color jean or even different style belts. Have fun and make lots to have on hand.

Materials needed;
Dapper denim card stock
Pocket full of sunshine stamp set and die
Enamel dots
Tear and tape
Snail
Trimmer
Scissors
Label punch
Basic black ink
Any kind of designer series paper
Whisper white card stock
Big sho

Instructions:
1. Cut a piece of dapper denim card stock 8 1/2” x 5 1/2” and score it at 4 1/4”. Now cut a piece of designer series paper and cut it 4 1/4” x 1 1/2” and adhere it to the top of the card leaving about 1/8” save at the top. Next use a word window punch or cut your own shapes and adhere two of them over the belt.
2. Next on a piece of dapper denim card stock stam the stitched outline and the V stitch in basic black archiva ink and then die cut out the pocket with the pocket die. Adhere the pocket with tear and tape to the front of the card Add a piece of whisper white card sock to the inside of the card that measures 4” x 5 1/4” and you are done.
ENJOY!
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Your Invited

Just made these awesome invites for a neighbor for her daughter. You van contact me if you ever need cards or invitations made.

Happy Stamping Brenda

Brendalovesherphotos@yahoo.com

413-203-5196

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Z Fold Balloon Birthday Card

Z Fold Balloon Birthday Card
It’s my birthday and I will cheer if I want to, cheer if I want too, you can make this card to and I will help you.

 

 

 

 

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Instructions:
1. With piece of card stock, your choice in color, cut it in half with the short side at the top at 4 1/4″. Now turn the long way and score at 2 3/4″ and 5 1 /2″ and fold all score lines. Next cut a piece of coordinating card stock at 1″ x 11″ and score at 2 3/4″ and 5 1/2″.
2. Cut a piece of white card stock that measures 2 1/2″ x 4″ and adhere
it to the front flap of the card. Next cut a piece of DSP that measures 2
1/4″ x 3 3/4″ and adhere that over the white piece of card stock. Then
take the piece that measures 1″ x 11″ adhere the long end to
the front of the card and the smaller end to the inside of the card towards the bottom. This forms your pop up for your balloons.
3. Now stamp happy birthday or the stamp of you choice on a piece of
whisper white card sock and punch it out with the 1 1/4″ scalloped
circle punch. Adhere that over the font of the card over the pop up
banner your attached.
4. Now punch out 9 small and large balloons from the balloon bouquet
punch with colors of your choice. Attach 3 to the balloons to the front of
the card and two of them to the inside right panel of the card. Cut
three pieces of window sheet 1/4″ x 3 1/2″ and attach them behind the
pop up bar with tear n tape. Now attach the last four balloons to the ends
of the window sheets being sure to cut them down if needed. The inner
balloon should have two balloons so theat when the card is folded it
does not show the back of the balloon and window sheet.
5. Lastly draw black lines from the balloons down on the front of the card and the inner right panel. And then tie small twine bows and attach them to as many of the balloons as you wish with glue dots.
ENJOY!
[Cased from Dawn Griffith}
Now that you have made this pretty difficult card, pat yourself on the back and go to my blog and see what other cards you can discover. You did a great job! www.bjstampingtreasures.com

 

 

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