Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Spring Medallion Class

I just can't seem to put these stamps down. I just love them! I love that they have a totally different look when you change the color combinations and alter the layers. The first time I used the stamps, I used just plain black ink. The next time I used silver Zing embossing powder (which was beautiful). This time, I wanted a softer look for Spring so I tried my hand using white embossing powder....looooove it! It is just the look I was hoping for.

I chose the light purple and green because when I think of spring I think of lilacs...can't you just imagine the smell?

I'm really hoping that if we all start crafting spring projects, mother nature will take the hint!

I tried to scan them in, but just like last time, you just can't capture the 3-D or the glitter on a scanner. You have to stop by the store to see them in person. If you would like to learn how to make them, sign up early for my class on Sunday, March 27 @ 1:30 pm. The last 2 Medallion Classes have sold out and I do not make extra kits after my initial prep. I estimate 20-25 spots at $15 and I would bet that they will fill quickly.

All you need for class is a great pair of detail scissors. I HIGHLY recommend a pair of Cutterbees. You will also need crystal stickles and lots of pop dots.

Happy Stamping!


  1. I am so disappointed that I wasn't able to get into today's class. I first saw the beautiful cards a month ago but thought my house guests would still be here.

    I would really like to make a Mother's Day card for my ailing grandmother and wedding card for my father's recent fiancée. Will there be another Spring Medallion Card class in the near future, or could I get a kit and instructions? Or do you sell the beautiful completed cards?

  2. My class was a sell out so I did not have any class kits left over, however, I did make some extra crosses and the simple flower one from class and I am taking them to the store at 3 today. I will not repeating this exact same class but I am going to start working on 2 or 3 additional ones for the future. I was thinking of a citrus colored set (lime, yellow, pink/peach), a pink, blue, purple set using a butterfly medallion, and a red white and blue set for the summer. Stay tuned to my blog or the simply website for the next classes.