August 2016 . . .
Visiting Indiana in October . . .

September Workshops . . .

Basic Supply List (These are supplies we use in almost every workshop I teach):

  • Paper Trimmer (12" recommended)
  • Scissors: precision tips for fussy cutting and stamp edge scissors
  • Adhesive: both wet & dry
  • Crafty Foam Tape (dimensional pop-ups)
  • Crop-a-Dile
  • Paper Piercer
  • Pencil & Ruler (recommend Tim Holtz ruler)
  • Edge Distresser
  • Ink and applicators to match project papers

In addition to the above supplies, you may need special supplies. Please check below the class photo to see what else may be needed. Thank you!

The following workshops will be taught at

Checkered Cottage, Kirkwood MO.

Wednesday, September 14 @ 6 pm: Heritage Layout/Travel Theme:

Sep 2016 HeritageBasics needed (see list above) 

+ Gold Leaf Pen

+ wet glue to glue metal charms

+ Vintage Photo Distress Ink pad and applicator

Friday, September 16 @ 10:30 am:

Graphic 45 Tags & Cards for October

Oct 2016 A

Oct 2016 1

Friday, September 16 @ 1:30 pm:

Graphic 45 Tags & Cards for November

Nov 2016

Note: Since I'm out of town teaching for Prima in October,

we will have 2 Graphic 45 workshops in one day.

Basic supplies needed (see list at the top of this post).

Saturday, October 1 @ 10:30 am: Checkered Cottage, Kirkwood MO

HC Oct 2016

I'm adding a workshop to the Checkered Cottage line-up. Learn to create these gorgeous Heartfelt Creations flowers using their poinsettie dies and stamps.

You'll need to bring:

  • Paper Trimmer
  • Adhesive (wet & dry)
  • Stylus with a large ball & mat (available for purchase at Checkered Cottage)
  • White gesso (if you have it or you can use mine)

and if you want to go a bit over the edge with these (always fun!), get in the garage and see if you have any leftover tube grouting or similar. I've also used Texture Magic. Anything that will dry quickly and can build up underneath the petals. It's a way to do old-fashioned tole with flowers!




Thank you!


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