Now that the daisy class is over, I can post the bunnies now. ;-) Thanks to everyone that came to class yesterday, I hope you enjoyed and learned some groovy stuff.
So now, on to chocolate colored fluffy bunnies. Easter is coming up, so I was thinking a chocolate colored bunny would be more appropriate than gray - even though the gray bunny was awful cute. Anyway, the bunny stamp I used is by Inkadinkadoo, it's available thru Scrap "N Friends and we'll be using the "nasty rag" technique along with blending. Sorry, but there's no way to make that technique sound nice, but it works well. Markers required are E13, E17, and E19. G12, G14 and G16 are optional but recommended - if you want to have your bunny sitting in the grass. Of course the stamp and marker purchases for the class get 20% off. We'll make the cute cards below, both cards $5. As reminder, I usually have everything stamped, cute out and ready to go for you, however, as with all the classes, please make sure you bring scissors and adhesives, your basic toolkit and in the case of Copic Tech classes, the markers you need for class. Also, if you already have some or even all of the colors I've requested for class, you don't have to get them again. That's why I don't include them in the price of the class - I know some of you already have some of these colors. This is an easy way for you to slowly build your collection without breaking the bank, plus it allows me to keep the classes cheaper as well.
Remember, if you want to take a Copic Technique Class, you really need to take the beginner class - you learn several different blending techniques that are used frequently, plus you get a free marker! If you have any questions, let me know. You can post it here, email me or give me a call at Scrap 'N Friends (833-2600) I'd love to hear from you.
As everyone gets more confident in their blending, etc. we'll start doing more detailed work. Let me know work sort of pieces you're interested in doing, be it flowers, people, animals or even furniture!(LOL)
Until next time,
P.S. I know the cardstock colors kind of scream at you - that really aren't that bright.