Saturday, March 14, 2009

Card Making Workshop @ Pandan - Preparation

I'll be giving a workshop at Pandan Youth Fellowship tonight and thought of sharing my preparation process here ^^. Since the valentines card swap, brothers and sisters have shown interest in card making and our president suggested that I open a class. So I accepted and this is will be what I'm going to teach tonight. I'm going to teach stamping, embossing, punching and ribbon tying.
Card Stock: Mud Pie, Stone, French Vanilla

Patterned Paper: Urban Lily - Pretty in Pink, American Crafts - Sixth Avenue, Write Out Collection - Promenade Pinwheel, Write Out Collection - Promenade Petticoat

Stamps: Jehovah Blessings (self designed), SU - Enjoy Every Moment

Ink: Versa Color - White, Versa Chalk - Gingerbread

Others: White embossing powder, black ribbon with silver edge, scallop punch, 1" circle punch, 1 1/4" circle punch, L sized edge punch, heat tool, lighter

So I chose brown as the main color as it's easy to match and it just goes with everything else.
Since I chose a simple plain layout (I figure its better for beginners), I chose patterned papers with more complicated designs.
And tools that'll be used. Oh I missed out the lighter (for burning the edges of the ribbons ^^) edge punch, and the stamps. Oops! I'll add another picture if I have time later. Haha.
I got all the 'ingredients" ready for packing. This is to make the class session easier and more organized.
And here we go. These babies are ready. I'll post more of the class after this. So stay tuned ^^


marlene said...

wow! You even packed nicely! 很用心 :)
Good Job, Sheerah :)

Joan said...

good job......

Evelyn said...

wow...neat and prepared for the workshop. really impressive! wish i could join in the fun! haahaa!!
SHeera, keep up the good work! go go go! =)

Shera said...

sure sure Evelyn, will love to have you on board..... will post up here when I have a workshop next time ^^ thanks for the encouragement

Vivienne said...

wowo!! This cool!!I like this idea~ making card together!