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Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Oct. Technique Class

Here is what I came up with for October's Technique Class. A Double Pocket Bag, matching Beaded Pen and coordinating Bookmark. For class, you are welcome to use any Designer Series Paper I have on hand, and you can choose your stamp set, as well. I love how they all coordinate together. In my sample I used Summer Picnic DSP, Tart and Tangy, All in the Family and So Many Scallops stampsets, Bashful Blue and Striped Real Red ribbon, Bashful Blue, Old Olive and Pumpkin Pie ink. I also used an assortment of punches. Here are all three project together.

Here's a close up of the bookmark.
Close up of the Double Pocket Bag and the Beaded pen. The bag is the perfect size for a small gift. A CD or DVD fits perfectly inside. What a great way to send a home DVD or a CD of your family pictures to friends and family! Or you could bake some wonderful homemade cookies and slip a couple in there for someone special. I based the front of the bag on this sketch. It's hard to see the pen very well in the picture, but it really looks neat. I'm going to have to make alot more of these.

The cost for this class is going to be $9. Please RSVP as soon as possible so I can prepare the proper amount of supplies. Thanks!

9 comments:

Twila said...

Great stuff you have there. Love the looks of this class. Can I come?

Catrules said...

Cute, I love that paper and the tart and tangy stamp. Looks like fun!!!

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Mindy Ussery said...

What a fun and fresh little set! And, your price cant be beat!!

Jen said...

What a fun idea for a class! Very cute!

Jan said...

I love that Tart and Tangy set and matching paper, so cute! Jan

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Liz said...

Beautiful set! I love how fresh the colours and images are!

Stephanie said...

love the bag! I have never heard of a double pocket bag - too cool!

June said...

Wow, super projects for your tech class - I'm sure the group is going to love them. These are bright and cheerful colors you selected - perfect!

Lisa Page said...

Very cute- I'd attend your class if I could! I think that 9 bucks to learn how to make all this and then go home with it is a great deal- TFS!