A Big Thank You
Swallowtail With A Touch Of Shimmer

Faux Metal Technique and Guest Cardmaker: Julia

At my February classes we experimented with the Faux Metal Technique using kitchen foil to make a snazzy,  shiny feature for our cards. 

Foil-15

This next one is a little the worse for wear - 'scuse the wrinkles!

Foil-jack

My newsletter readers - I popped some step by step photos and instructions for this technique in your March newsletter.  If you'd like to subscribe to my newsletter for all the latest Stampin' Up news, some technique tips and a good smattering of cards - you can find the subscribe button up the top right there.  Just enter your email address and press go.

Special Guest Cardmaker: Julia

Julia is a class regular who always makes gorgeous cards.  She's got a real flair for designing and arranging the components in an eye catching way.  I love seeing what she comes up with.

She used Rich Razzleberry and the Swallowtail stamp for her Faux Metal class card and I liked it so much I made a bunch of them after class to send out to friends.

Here's Julia's card.  Thanks for being a special blog guest Julia.

Julias-card

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Happy stamping and have a great weekend.

I'm ridiculously happy about getting reacquainted with my doona now that the long hot spell has come to a finish.  What a beautiful day it is here today.  Hope the weather in your patch of the world is smiling on you too.

Cheers, Sue

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