November's Paper Engineering Class will be on November 9 starting at 6pm and ending about 8:30pm. The fun moose card is an idea from a book by Sandi Genovese, titled Creative Greeting Cards, 2000. The sides of the cards are accordian folded and the 3 moose fit on a different level of the accordian.
The snowman card is made from a die cut from Karen Burniston. I LOVE her dies. In this snowman die she had rustic twig arms, but I found this stamp, I Love You This Much, and thought it would be more fun to use. The stamp is by Hampton Arts. You don't have to use the Love You Stamp; you can use the rustic twig arms instead. "Happy Holidays" was done on my computer and the scarf is felted wool from my huge stash of felted wool from sweaters.
You can go to Karen Burniston's blog (karenburniston.typepad.com) and find a link to her You Tube videos where she does a great job of showing you how to use her dies. She also shows how to "behead" the snowman and make him into a pumpkin. Or with his head, he can become a sock monkey, cowboy, beach bum - you name it. Just think out of the box !
For this class you MUST bring these supplies: glossy accents, corner rounder, paper cutter, scissors, pop dots, small adhesive dots, white Signo pen, T. Holtz ink applicator, tape runner, Zip squeeze and roll and/or Mono glue, pencil, black marker, exacto knife & sharp blade, ruler, bone folder,and Red Liner Tape or Magic Tape. You must register by calling the store, All About Pictures, at 364-4141. Hope to see you in class.