Today’s post is a little different in that I am going to be sharing with you easy Techniques that you will be able to create in your own home & with the supplies you have on hand.
These techniques will appear on my blog every 2nd & 4th Tuesday of the month, along with instructions for a card using the technique. The technique tutorial will also be available which you will be able to download, file in a folder & keep on hand to use or to refer back to at a later date.
Yes, SU! Demos are able to use them for your classes, workshops & demonstrations. It just means that all the work is done for you, except of course your samples.
To file your tutorials all you have to do is purchase one of the 6” x 8″ Albums & a pack of the 6″ x 8″ Variety Pack of Photo Pocket Pages.
This means that you will have 2 options in the way you file your tutorials.
Option 1 – Detailed tutorial in the full page pocket & the tips & tutorial in the 2 pocket page.
Option 2 – Shorter tutorial & sample side by side using the 4 pocket page. There is also a sheet of Products used plus Measurements (Metric & Imperial) that you are able to print & tuck behind your tutorial if you wish.
You can find the Technique Tutorials by clicking on the Technique Tutorials Page.
My card today is one we created in our class a couple of weeks ago. We don’t have snow at Christmas in Australia so I tried to create a bush Christmas. I’ve use the “Hearts Come Home” Bundle, Page 39 of the 2017 Holiday Catalogue. The Bundle includes the “Hearts Come Home” Stamp Set & the “Hometown Greetings” Edgelits Dies. I teamed it up with the “Hearth & Home” Thinlits to create my theme. Santa racing through the sky finishes off the scene.
To download your free card tutorial on how I created my card, please click on the link above the photo.
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Until next time, Happy Stampn’
271. Home for Christmas – Hearts Come Home Bundle
2 thoughts on “Basic Sponging”
Love it Vicky. Just looks like a hot Christmas sunset and of course Santa fits in perfectly..
Thank you so much Kris. Exactly what I was trying to achieve