Spread some Christmas cheer this year with beautiful, handmade Christmas cards! Join me, Andrea Walford, as we make 10 gorgeous Christmas Cards featuring 5 different Stampin’ Up! stamp and/or die sets and a variety of different techniques.
Techniques features in these cards include:
- gradient ink blending
- gradient ink blending with positive & negative masking
- creating a watercolor gradient
- creating a stencilled watercolor gradient
- how to create a multi-colored stamped images
- multi-colored sponging
- emboss resist
- coloring with Stampin’ Blends alcohol markers
The main stamp and/or die sets used in these cards include:
- Poinsettia Petals stamp set and Poinsettia dies
- Snowflake Wishes stamp set and So Many Snowflakes dies
- Dove of Hope stamp set and Detailed Doves dies
- Peace and Joy stamp set and both the Joy dies and Pine Woods dies
- For Unto Us stamp set and Nativity dies
For each set listed above, you’ll create two different cards – for a total of 10 cards.
As part of this class you’ll receive 10 step-by-step video tutorials (one per card), and PDF Handouts with full step-by-step written directions, dimensions and supply list.
There are TWO versions of this class as listed below:
For Personal Use
The project pictures, videos and PDF Handouts in this class are for your personal use only. They cannot be shared or distributed.
Stampin' Up! Demonstrator use
This class includes downloadable unbranded PDF Handouts and sneak peek images for all 10 projects. The projects can be used together or alone – by a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator – for classes, customer purchase incentives or customer gifts. VIDEOS ARE FOR DEMONSTRATOR USE ONLY.
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Hey there! Welcome to Make Beautiful Cards Online Card Classes! My name is Andrea Walford. I’m an artist and maker, mom of 5, caregiver to my 99 1/2 year old grandpa and a proud 1/2 Mexican 1/2 Hungarian “woman of color.”
As a self-taught artist I have a passion for helping others discover and develop their creative confidence. And I have found that card making is a great way to do this.
When you make a card, your “canvas” is small. Yet it has so much creative potential.
So if you want to learn how to make beautiful cards while developing your creative confidence – you’ve come to the right place!
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