Saturday, September 29, 2012

Starting on Monday, October 1, the Memory Box Make-n-Take starts, featuring a very cute Halloween card. Dianne and Deb put the card pieces together from the basic design from Memory Box.


Here's another card we're going to make in my Halloween card class on Monday afternoon, October 8 . . .
by Debbie Gaetz for Halloween Card Class

Halloween  Hoots! Card Class by Debbie Gaetz
Monday, October 8, from 1:00 to 3:30 - $27 fee

Let's have a hoot of a fun time with the owls and witches of
Hallows Eve. You'll make 3 cards and as many candy tops
as you want for the skinny cellophane bags (you'll take home
a completed bag).
Halloween treats are also part of the class!
Please bring your basic kit (to include detail-cutting scissors;
foam mount tape; special glitter pens); and any of the following
supplies if you have them: Sakura Glaze Pens; embossing/die-cutting machine.

John Petersen's class on Saturday, October 20, from 12:00 Noon to 4:00 p.m. will be a Techniques Class using products from Imagine Crafts & Tsukineko. Some of us saw the samples and they are really cool . . . sign up now because this is going to be one awesome class!
(this would be the photo but since the photo downloading pixies are not doing what they're supposed to do tonight, I'll have to show you the photo tomorrow!)

Here is one of the beautiful cards you'll make in Marj Marion's "Roll" Through the Holidays card class on Sunday afternoon, November 4 . . .
by Marj Marion for her "Roll" Through the Holidays Card Class

Suzanne Glazier from Pennywise Arts is returning to teach two more classes on November 11 . . . see the store for more details.

by Suzanne Glazier for Pennywise Arts

by Suzanne Glazier for Pennywise Arts

Photos from Inchies Club the other night . . . a lot of creative work!
by Jeanie Coen
by Jenny Ward
by Linda Beveridge
It was extra fun when Sue Coen taught everyone how to make the folded flowers that her mom, Jeanie, put on her inchie squares! When I figure out how to show you on the blog, I'll share it with you. Thanks, again, Sue!

Sherry Barello came into Art 'n Soul and showed us the pillow case she had zentangled and colored. All I can say is 'WOW'! and 'WOW'! again! I'm sure you're going to have the same reaction.
By Sherry Barello
(the backside)
Sherry tells us she used the thin Sharpie markers; 15 minutes in the dryer sets the color and makes it permanent.

I'll be back tomorrow. I have a date with the King Tut exhibit at the Pacific Science Center in Seattle tomorrow morning. I learned from Kerri that if I went to the exhibit before Monday, I can take non-flash photos!

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