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Hello fellow crafters! Please forgive me for going silent again in the past few weeks, but I’m furiously preparing my first ever class at Altenew Academy! It’s all about getting those last minute christmas cards ready to go out if you are not done, and are looking for easy, mass-produceable designs.
Since I found myself in a time crunch last year, I tried to figure out how I could create a bunch of cards with either just one stamp set, or with a design that is easy to mass-produce so I could send cards to as many friends as possible. The majority of cards in this class will not require any coloring or time-intensive techniques, but I’ll throw in a few extras for you, just in case 🙂
I’d love to meet you in class, and I can’t wait to see what you create with me. Please check it out! There’s a video with a ton of sneak peeks on the Altenew website. Oh, and I heard that there’s an early bird discount going on as well 😉
Well, by the time you read this, I’ll probably be drowning in work (in a good way). For that reason, I am finally publishing all those tutorials I created last year, or even the year before, but never got around to share (can you tell how busy I was in 2016?). This tutorial features gorgeous stamps by Altenew, and dies and sequins by Pretty Pink Posh.
Hello guys! Today I have the honor to be a guest designer over at Altenew! Yes, the Altenew! I know, I’m totally giddy myself about this wonderful opportunity and I hope you hop on over to my blog post and video on the Altenew blog and check out some neat no-line watercoloring tips. Cheers!
Hi there! Today I want to show you how you can create quick and simple christmas cards that will not reveal that they were done quickly. This year, time has somehow gotten away from me and I’m struggling to get everything done in time, and I found myself looking for a design that would yield a great result in a very short amount of time.