Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Pop N Cuts Demo at Stamp Camp

I'll be doing a demo at STAMP CAMP of the new Sizzix Pop N Cuts die cut system, created by licensed Sizzix designer Karen Burniston.  See earlier blog entry for the class I took with her. 

This innovative magnetic interchangeable system will have you whipping out pop-up cards in a fraction of the usual time. Pop 'n Cuts dies will fit in either a Big Shot or Vagabond die cutting machine.  Pop 'n Cuts are easy, quick, interchangeable, expandable, coordinated and all fold exactly the same!

Here's three cards I "whipped out in a fraction of the usual time":

See below for more information on STAMP CAMP:

"Stamp Camp” will consist of: Space for your paper crafting and cardmaking, cardmaking classes, card challenges, lunch, snacks and prizes!!
What to Bring: Any project you want to work on and supplies needed to complete those projects, glass mat or hard service for stamping, die cut machines and other tools.

Table Space: You will have your choice of sharing an 8 foot table($25 per person or a 6 foot table ($30 per person) that would be great to paper craft on and hold your personal Rubber Rummage Sale!!

Classes: We will be offering 6 classes during the day. Each class costs $20 and you may sign up for them when you register. Class samples can be viewed on the blog @ www.allaboutpicturescr.blogspot.com.

Card Challenges: Each teacher will be putting together a card challenge. Try one or try them all!! They are meant to spark your creativity. Everyone will vote and the winner of each challenge will receive a prize!! Card challenges will be posted 2 weeks before the event on the blog.

Lunch: Will be served from 11:30 -1:30. Water will be available throughout the day and soda will be available for purchase.

Prizes: Will be awarded throughout the day! Stamps, Inks, paper and other stamper friendly prizes!!

Preregistration is required and tables are available on a first come first serve basis. Registration closes on July 31st. Call 319-364-4141 for more information.

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