Monday, December 12, 2011

January Caboodle Class

Hello ladies!  Here's three of the ten cards we're going to make in the January Caboodle Class.  They're clean and simple, and I tried to make the versatile enough to be able to send them to your honey, or your kids, or a friend or eight!!!!  HAHA!  Anyway.....Here's the extra supplies to bring to class besides your basic crafting kit:
Scoring tool
Brown dye ink
Corner Rounder
Small horizontal sentiment stamp
Valentine's sentiment stamps
3" line Heart stamp
1/16th hole punch/piercing tool
"LOVE" (1" x 3" clean font word stamp)
Flourish stamp
1 3/4" circle punch
2" scallop circle punch
1 1/2" heart punch
1" and smaller folk heart punch (narrow heart shape)
Sentiment stamp to fit in 1 3/4" square
Score tape
Scalloped border punch
"Friendship" sentiment stamp (in an elegant font)
3/4" square punch (optional)

Class is scheduled for Thursday evening, January 12th from 6:30 to 9:30 or you can sign up for Friday morning, January 13th from 10:00am to 1:00pm.  Please call All About Pictures at 364-4141 as soon as possible to reserve your stamping spot, as the caboodle classes tend to fill up quickly.  Happy stamping!  ~Kim~

January CAS class

Hello ladies!  I hope you like the dry embossed look, because this card has quite a bit of it!!!!  Here's the extra supplies to bring to class besides your basic crafting kit:
Scoring tool
1" or small solid heart stamp
1" or smaller sentiment stamp
Red chalk or pigment ink
1/16th hole punch/piercing tool
Two heart punches (1" and smaller)
Polka dots/Swiss dots embossing folders
Die cut machine
Heat gun (if using pigment ink)
Foam pop dots
Class is scheduled for Friday morning January 27th from 10 to noon.  If you have any questions, or need to save your stamping spot please call All About Pictures at 364-4141.   I hope to see you soon!  ~Kim~

January Card Club

Hello ladies!  Here's the card we'll be stamping in January.  You can't see it in the picture, but this card also has a little shimmer and glimmer.  I just can't help it!!!! Bring you basic crafting kit, plus these extra supplies if you have them:
Non-stick craft sheet
Medium pink dye ink (Worn lipstick distress ink)
Purple dye ink (Dusty concord distress ink)
Medium aqua dye ink (Tumbled glass distress ink)
Small font horizontal sentiment
Snowflake stamps (in 3 different sizes)
Border punch
Shimmer spray
Corner rounder
Class is scheduled for Thursday January 5th from 6:30 to 8:30, or you can come on Friday morning January 6th from 10 to noon.  If you have any questions or need to reserve your stamping spot, please call All About Pictures at 364-4141.  Hope to stamp with you soon!  ~Kim~

December Thank You Cards Class with WENDEE

What I'm calling the Step Card will be a very fun, easy card to do. I should win a prize for using the most Sizzix dies and embossing folders on one card !!! I will score the cardstock for you and die cut all of the elements. All you'll need to do is add some Stickles, stamp thanks twice and add some edging color.

The greenish card is hard to see, but the lower part of the card is embossed with the word Thanks in many languages. We'll cut out one of the flowers from the paper and go nuts with Glossy Accents.

The pinkish card is actually an idea from a template that I ordered online, which I won't name because I had so many problems with the template, including getting it in the mail 3 times because of errors on the template. I ended up just making the card on my own, without the template, and will use the templates for large coasters or something. Instead of using the template to cut out the two sized openings, I used a Spellbinder's die.

I hope you'll find time to fit this class into your busy schedule. I planned the class so that you can use these cards to send thank you's to those wonderful friends and family who will be giving you (hopefully) thoughtful and meaningful gifts. Call the store at 364-4141 to sign up. Do so SOON, since I'm so tardy in listing the class.

What you'll need to bring is listed below. If you don't have all of these items, NO PROBLEM, the store has class supplies and everyone in class is always so friendly and willing to share:

red liquid pearls, various snow looking Stickles, Gold Stickles, tape runner, paper cutter, scissors, liquid glue, pop dots, adhesive dots, black and brown ink pads, white pen, ink applicator with foam

Friday, December 9, 2011

Join us this Saturday for a Make-n-Take

Join us this Saturday from 1-3 for a Gift Card Make-n-take.  We will be showing you how to make 3 different types of Gift card Holders.  We will be showcasing Fancy Pants St Nick and Wendee will be using the Sizzix Gift Card Holder Die!!

Thursday, December 1, 2011

December Coloring Class

IF you are interested in learning how to use your Prisma Colored pencils this is the card for you! This is an easy way to add a little color to you cards.
Prisma Colored Pencils you will need
PC1063 Cool Grey 50%
PC1061 Cool Grey 30%
PC1034 Goldenrod
PC1024 Blue Slate
PC901 Indigo Blue
Other supplies needed are Adirondack inks, Denim and Stonewashed, Art Glitter Designer Clear Adhesive, Art Glitter 250 White Satin Ultrafine Pearlescents Glitter, Stipple Brushes.Class is Thursday December 15 at 6pm.
Call Diane at AAP 364-4141 to sign up for class. Lynette


close up of NOEL tag, with Tattered Pinecone and Festive Greenery Die Cuts.

On Monday, December 5th, Wendee will teach a 5 Tags of Christmas class. Each tag will use with a Tim Holtz product or technique. The class begins at 6pm. $12.00 Call the store to sign up, 364-4141, and make sure to ask about the supply list, or you can find it below in this posting.  We'll be using the Tim Holtz Rosette Die, the Snowman Die, the Tattered Pinecone Die and the Festive Greenery Dies.

Tim Holtz' 12 Tags of Christmas starts today. This is the 5th year that Tim Holtz has created a tag each day for 12 days, posting the new tag each day with written and video instructions, and a list of the products used. Not only is there a new tag each day, showing new tips and new tricks with some of his 900+ products, but there is a daily giveaway from some of his favorite companies. Tim states that he started the 12 Tags of Christmas as a way to give back to all of us who support him through the year, and he hopes to inspire and challenge us to use our supplies.
Supplies you'll need for my class:
sanding block or small piece of sand paper
paper cutter
a white colored Stickles
craft sheet
tape runner
pop dots
Peeled Paint Distress Ink
black, brown, blue and red ink pads
wet glue, such as Tom Bow
Faded Jeans and Broken China Distress Ink
Martha Stewart Green agate glitter
Pearl Mist - pearl color
adhesive dots
3-4 coordinating alcohol inks -
several shadEs of brown distress inks
Alcohol ink applicator and foam and felt pieces

December CAS class

Hello ladies!  Another Clean and Simple and monochromatic card is on the books for December.  I was thinking that "Thank You" cards would probably be needed, so.....that's what I did!
Here's the list of supplies to bring besides your basic crafting kit:
Die cut machine
Polka dot embossing folder
Rosette die
1" x 4" large font sentiment stamp/stamp block
Light green (mossy) ink
Sunflower edge decorative scissors
Foam pop dots

Don't worry, I'll bring my hot glue gun to make the rosettes easier!  Also, don't worry if you don't have all the supplies listed-there should be enough to go around!
Class is scheduled for Friday morning, December 16th from 10am to noon.  If you have any questions, or need to reserve your stamping spot, please call All About Pictures at 364-4141.  See you soon!  ~Kim~

Saturday, November 19, 2011

Honey POP has Arrived!

How would you like to make this fun HoneyPop Card?
We will be offering classes starting in December that will feature this product.
The HoneyPop is great for fun dimension, but allows you to mail the card without the bulk.
You could also add the Honeycomb product to a scrapbook page for fun
pop-up dimension.
Please note that we will not be teaching how to color images, but this class will focus on how to put together the HoneyPop card.

Reserve your space today for this New Class.

Supplies needed:
Paper trimmer
Score Board
Tape Runner
Good Scissors (you will need to fussy cut the image)
Black or Brown Ink
Penguins Pal Honey Pop Stamp 11054MC (optional but very helpful)
Stickles or glitter and glue for snow
Colored pencils, Copic markers or anything you want to use to color the images.


            Would you like to make your own 
resin/polymer flowers?

You will learn to make your own molds and then
have the opportunity to make
polymer flowers from that mold.

If you are a scrappbooker or card maker,
these fun dimensional shapes add the extra
pazazz to any project.

The class has been scheduled for January 18th, 6 to 8 pm.
Supplies you need to bring:
Non-stick craft mat
Cookie sheet or plastic container to take clay items home.

Call the store today and reserve your space for this fun new class.

Mold Example
This is the type of mold we will make and you will also have access to additional molds from my personal collection and some that the stores has. 

polymer flower examples
We will make flowers that look like these examples.  You will have a choice of what type of mold you want to make, plus be provided your own clay to make flowers during the class.  You will take the flowers home to bake and put a clear coat of sealer on them.  These are so easy to make and  make great gifts for all your crafting friend and family.


Copic 2 December Class

Top fold

This is a great Penny Black Christmas stamp.  I've chosen one out of the collection for us to color  in December.  We have been working on our go-to face and hair colors in the class so you will need to bring that combination of colors with you,  in addition you will need to bring:
G20,G21,BV00,BV02,Y35,B0000, a glitter or Spica pen in a gold color and a Signo White pen.

Tri-fold card closed

I Love this paper from Little Yellow Bicycle.  The pine cones are so cool for this winter card.

Tri-fold card opened

Now for the inside of the card, we will use a Northwoods stamp that features the bridge on a snowy day.  Colors you will need to bring are:
BG11,G21,G28,G24,E35,E37,E31,C1,B41,C3,W3,C00,B0000, Colorless Blender, Signo White pen and Glossy Accents.
As always you should bring basic card making supplies, plus all of your Copic Markers
The class date is December 13, 6 to 8pm.  If you have not already registered please call the store and reserve you space.

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

December card club

Hello ladies!  Here's the card for December.  My picture isn't the best, I've lost my camera, so had to borrow my daughter's.  There is glitter on the "snow", but it's kind of hard to see.  Here's the goodies to bring besides your basic crafting kit.  If you don't have everything, no worries, we share!
Navy blue dye ink
Die cut machine
Embossing folder (I used sizzix "Thanks")
Goosebumps texture spray
Disposable sponge (make-up)
Silhouette tree scene stamp/stamp block if needed
2-way glue pen
Removable adhesive
Sponge ink applicator (like Tim Holtz, or big dauber)
Gray or weathered wood dye ink
1/16" hole punch
Corner rounder

Class is scheduled for Thursday evening December 1st from 6:30 to 8:30 in the evening, and Friday morning December 2nd from 10am to Noon.  If you have any questions, or need to reserve your stamping spot, please call All About Pictures at 364-4141.  I look forward to stamping with you again!  ~Kim~

Saturday, November 12, 2011

Copic Markers

These are four rubber stamp images I've colored with Copic Markers.  I took a series of 8 (I think) classes last year at All About Pictures.  I need more experience and skill with shading.  I love these markers!  They use alcohol inks and re-fillable.  The beginner series is being taught again at the store, and there's a second series now offered to those who have taken the first series of classes.  I get into an almost ZEN feeling when coloring - very relaxing and very rewarding.  Check it out.


Monday, November 7, 2011

November Clean and Simple (CAS) Card Class

Here's another opportunity to get some Christmas cards done!  You'll make 4 cards in class, but these are designed to pack a WOW punch with very little time and effort-clean and simple, but beautiful and elegant at the same time.  This would make an easy gift pack for someone special, too!  Change the sentiment, and the ribbon, and it could be a wedding card, sympathy card, or congratulations!  At any rate, here's the supplies to bring to class besides your basic crafting kit:
Adirondack Raisin dye ink ( or other burgundy dye ink)
Sentiment stamp/stamp block
Damask embossing folder (Sizzix)
Die cut machine
Mini glue dots
Foam pop dots

Class is scheduled for Friday November 18th from 10am to noon.  If you have any questions or need to reserve your stamping spot, please call All About Pictures at 364-4141.  Happy stamping!  ~Kim~

Sunday, November 6, 2011

November Coloring CLass

Hi Everyone, This month's card will be a Christmas card. The stamp I used is from Northwoods Stamps.I thought this card would get everyone in the christmas spirit. You will need to bring the following items to class; Fine Detail Gold Embossing Powder, Glue Dots, Bow Easy, Embossing Pen or Versamark Pen,Stickles( Yellow, Icicle and Candy Red or a red), Sizzix Holly Embossing Folder, Spellbinders,2 sizes shown in photo (because I don't know the number!), and your regular class supplies. Prisma Colored Pencils: PC1059 Cool Gray 10%, PC918 Orange, PC924 Crimson Red, PC1024 Blue Slate PC916 Canary Yellow, PC1034 Goldenrod, PC1085 Peach Beige, PC908 Dark Green, PC911 Olive Green, PC950 Metallic Gold, PC937 Tuscan Red. Class will be held on Nov. 17th At 6 PM . Please call AAP to sign up for class. Hope to see you there. Lynette

Monday, October 31, 2011

Christmas Tussy Mussy Class - Nov 25th

Put on your Christmas creative hat, avoid the shopping crowds, and come to the Christmas Tussy Mussy Class on November 25 from 1 to about 3:30pm. The most elegant of the Victorian era paper crafts were the beautiful tussy mussies that were made to hold flowers. We will make a Tussy Mussy to be filled with gifts, candies or seasonal adornments such as holly, berries and ever greens. Hang the Tussy Mussy on a hook in your house for a sweet touch of Christmas elegance, hang it on your Christmas tree or favor a friend with this special gift. My tussy mussy is about 13" long.

This Tussy Mussy is made from one sheet of Christmas cardstock. I will bring a box full of trims, both modern and vintage, plus lots of other fun items to use on your project. From the store, you can purchase pearls, buttons, ribbons, and other items to make your special, one-of-a-kind Christmas decoration. Class cost is $10 and the material cost will depend on what you choose from the store and my stash.

You will need to bring these items to class: scissors, ink applicator, red ink, brown ink, green ink, decoupage glue, wet glue such as tacky glue, Scotch Quick Dry glue or Zip dry glue, Perfect Pearls mist or something like it, a glue gun and glue sticks (I have two in case you don't have one) and a small brush.

Hope to see you in class. Register for class by calling 364-4141.

Remember to sign up to follow the All About Pictures blog by email so you'll have a first look at the other teacher's classes.  Check out my personal blogspot at

Thursday, October 27, 2011

November Penny Black Class.

Here's the cards for the Penny Black class on November 30 from 6pm - about 8pm. The medallion card sparkles with Glossy Accents and Smooch, a pearlized accent ink. The horizonal card is a money card for Christmas gift giving. The tri-fold card is a very easy card to make; it uses just two cuts and three folds. I'll cut and fold the card for you ahead of time, but you'll leave with written instructions. The fourth card uses glossy paper, embossed vellum which is colored with a metallic rub on substance and a pretty ribbon. Hope to see you in class. Call the store at 364-4141 to register for class.

By the way, if you sign up to Follow the All About Picture's blog, you'll automatically receive blog postings and will be the first to know what the class projects will be.  Please check out my blog at for news about my classes.  Thanks, WENDEE

What to do with a rosette ....

Here's a few ways to use Rosettes, which are so popular right now.  Tim Holtz has two die cuts for making rosettes of varying sizes.  You can also makes rosettes with a small bit more effort using a scoreboard.  Come to the Make and Take on November 26 between 1 and 3pm and Wendee will show you how to make the treat bag in the right hand upper corner.  You'll go home with a bag and the knowledge of how to use Tim Holtz's rosette die cut.  Cost is $1.00 per bag.

November Paper Engineering Class

Wendee's Paper Engineering class will be on November 9th.  The Moose card is just two pieces of cardstock joined by accordian folded paper, with the moose (already cut) fit in between the folds.  The Snowman card is another Sizzix Karen Burniston die cut.  All of her die cuts are so easy to use.  On this one, there are notches that fit into slits - and that's how the whole thing is made !  The die comes with twig arms if you'd rather use them than the "I Love You This Much" stamp.  For the front of the card we'll make a belly band that is decorated with a gorgeous glitter snowflake that is topped by a Tim Holtz die cut rosette.  Hope to see you in class.  Call the store to register - 364-4141.

Tri Fold Christmas Decoration

Join Wendee on November 12 and make this gorgeous tri-fold Christmas decoration that would look beautiful on your mantle or could be given as a gift.  This is such an easy project !  The stamping and glitter are already on the paper and the chipboard.  All you have to do is cut out the paper, punch out the chipboard and then adhere them to the paper mache base as you wish.  Call the store to sign up - 364-4141.

Faux Metal Jewelry with Kimberly Crawford

Believe it or not, but that butterfly is made completely from paper! Come to class and learn how to make paper look like metal. We will be making a couple of interchangeable pieces. Necklace will be included. This would be a great gift. (it is only 57 days until Christmas from today...)

Creative Cards & More
Tuesday, Nov. 15
6-8 pm
$10 class fee to instructor + supply fee

Please bring, any of your favorite die templates, your manual die cutting machine, wet and dry adhesive, a sanding block or tool.

If you do not have any die templates or a manual die cutting machine, no worries! I have a machine, the store has machines, and I always provide the die templates.

Call the store to sign up! Hope to see you there!


Thursday, October 20, 2011

Make and Take THIS Saturday!

Hello everyone! We have a very fun make and take planned for THIS Saturday from 1-3 pm. We will be using Spellbinders die templates and coordinating Just-Rite stamps. Stop on by and make one of these darling ornaments for yourself, or someone else. :)


November Caboodle Class

Hello ladies!  Are you ready for another caboodle of cards??!! These are pictures of a couple in the batch, and as you can see, this batch is more masculine in nature, with papers from The Paper Loft.  There's fish, fishing lures, and other patterns and colors that lean to the guys!  Definately not girly, cutesy.  But.....that doesn't mean you couldn't take the same sketches we use in class, and substitute another whole different line of patterned papers and make it girly and cutesy!  Here's the extra supplies to bring to class besides your basic crafting kit:
Stitch stamp/stamp block
1" Bracket stamp
Sentiment stamps (1" or smaller, long horizontal, 1" wide vertical sayings)
Brown dye ink, or Dark brown chalk ink
3/4", 1 1/4" 1 3/4" and 1 3/8" circle punches
1 16th" hole punch/Brad setting tool and mat
Scoring tool
Tree silhouette stamp
Corner rounder
"Real estate sign" EK success punch

Class is scheduled for Thursday evening November 10th from 6:30-9:30 OR on Friday morning November 11th from 10am to 1pm.  If you have any questions or need to reserve your stamping spot, please call All About Pictures at 364-4141.  I'm looking forward to seeing you again! ~Kim~

November Card Club

Hello ladies!  I tried to get a good picture of the pretty glimmer on this card, but can't do it justice!  This class isn't going to be a "technique" so much as it is introducing an ink that we haven't used before.  Think iridescent shimmer, twinkle and shine-just what snowflakes are, right?!!  Here are the supplies to bring to class besides your basic crafting kit (which is paper trimmer, tape runner/adhesive, pencil, ruler, detail scissors, glue dots, foam pop dots):
Opalite Ink (Nordic ice used here)
Foam pop dots
Snowflake dies/punches (in 3 different patterns or sizes)
Snowflake embossing folder
Die Cut machine
Sentiment stamp/stamp block
1/16th hole punch or piercing tool
Teal dye ink

Class is scheduled for Thursday evening November 3rd from 6:30 to 8:30, and repeated again on Friday morning November 4th from 10-noon.  If you have any questions or need to reserve your stamping spot, please call All About Pictures at 364-4141.  I'm looking forward to stamping with you again!  ~Kim~

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Beginning Copic class with Kimberly Crawford: October Class

The Copic marker beginning class is underway. This is your last chance to sign up to start this six-month series of classes. We cover coloring basics, Copic Marker techniques, Blender pen and solution techniques, and touch upon airbrushing, Once you have completed this series of classes, you are able to advance to the next class that focuses on advanced coloring techniques and projects.
Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2011
6-8 pm

This month's markers are available at the store. You can purchase them early, or wait until the night of class.

Please bring all your markers to each class.

Please call the store to sign up. Hope to see you there!


Creative Cards & More with Kimberly Crawford; October Class

Creative Cards & More (formerly known as Spellbinders)

We are changing up the name of this class because we do so much more than just die cut! We will always use Spellbinders die templates, because hey, they are great and I will use them no matter what, but come and learn all sorts of creative ways to use your paper crafting supplies. And possibly some non-crafty supplies you haven't thought of using before.
If you do not have a manual die cutting machine, we have them in the store for you to use. And I always provide the die templates, so you won't have as high a class fee!

October's Class
Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2011
6-8 pm

Perfect Pearls Mists

Come and learn how to use your die templates and Perfect Pearls Mists. It will be a good mess, I promise! You can see two of the cards we will be creating above. With one more to be made in class.

Please bring your manual die cutting machine to class. If you don't have one, no problem! We have machines you can borrow! And I always provide the die templates!!

Please bring a Class Kit:
Paper trimmer
Black Ink
Distress Ink-your favorite color
Wet and dry adhesive

Distressing Tool
Spellbinders die templates-Circles, Squares, Rectangles, Butterflies (bring any you might have)

Call the store to sign up. Hope to see you there!


October Coloring Class

Hi everyone,  it's time to get in the mood for Christmas and create a beautiful Christmas card. This month's stamp is Dove and Holly by Flourishes. Besides your regular class supplies, you will need; Stickles Icicle, Spellbinders Nestabilities Labels four, Pop Dots, a word phrase stamp of you choice, Distressed Ink Tumbled Glass or Stampin Up Baja Breeze, Stylus with ink pad tip or stipple brush to apply ink with. Prisma colored pencils: PC947 Dark umber, PC941 Light Umber, PC1090 Kelp Green PC908 Dark Green, PC923 Scarlet Lake, PC992 Light Aqua, PC1021 Jade Green, PC1088 Muted Turquoise, PC905 Aquamarine. Class is Thursday Oct. 20th at 6PM. Please call Rich or Diane at AAP to sign up for class. Hope to see you there. Lynette

Friday, October 7, 2011

October CAS class

Hello ladies!  This is what we stamping this month.  It is very similar to the Paper Quilt Caboodle, but has more paper pieces, and uses Basic Grey's Christmas papers.  You'll get 4 cards done in class, but have extra paper left over to have even more stamping fun when you have more time!
Here's the extra supplies to bring to class if you have them:
Foam pop dots
Stitch stamp
Phrase stamp
Brown dye ink

Class is scheduled for Friday October 28th from 10 to noon.  If you have any questions or need to reserve your stamping spot, please call All About Pictures at 364-4141.  Hope to see you soon!  ~Kim~

Thursday, October 6, 2011

This Weekend at All About Pictures

Here are examples of the bookmarks we will be making this weekend from 1-3.
The techniques that will be being demonstrated are:
Cricut* Air Brushing with Copics* Distress Inks* Paste Embossing*
Embossing Metal* Prisma Colored Pencil*Scene Stamping
Join us for an afternoon of creativity!!

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Saturday, October 1, 2011

Dimensional Flower Class - October 19th 6pm-8pm

This month we are going to get a head start on your Christmas presents and a fun gift bag.  The picture is an example of the bag and flower, the paper for the bags may vary from the sample shown. We will make a dimensional poinsettia and show you how to make gift bags for all occasions using 2 pieces of scrapbook paper.
You will need to have the basic dimensional flower intro class on molding and shaping, plus the required tool kit, molding mat and adhesive.  Please call the store if you have any questions about the requirements or supplies.


Copic 2 Class - October 11th 6pm to 8pm

This month we are going to focus on coloring hair,  I have selected this image so we can play with a variation of black hair and also work on building go-to color ways for your Copic recipes.  Please bring all your Copic markers to class, but I have listed below the ones used for the above card. If you are missing some markers please call the store to get them on order. As always, bring your basic card making supplies to class.
Copic Markers- E0000, E00, E21, B32, C4, C7, 100, RV11, RV13, RV14, BV00, W00, W1, W3, W5, B0000, Colorless Blender.
If you have already learned the basic blending techniques and want to put all your Copic markers to use, then this class is for you.  Got questions, give us a call.


Friday, September 30, 2011

This Weekend at All About Pictures

Hello Ladies, just a reminder that this weekend we will be doing a make-n-take with the new Hero Arts Stamp and Embossing Sets and their new Stamp and Cut sets.  Also be sure and check the website for a coupon!!

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Christmas Caboodle II

This is a new daytime caboodle class I'm introducing in October.  This will be playing with the paper quilting idea, but this time we're using Christmas papers from Imaginisce.  Got a bunch of Christmas cards to get ready for?  We're going to make 12 cards in this class, which would be a great start!  Here's the supplies to bring to class:
Brown dye ink or Brown Stazon ink
Clear stamp block if needed
Stitch stamp
Die cut machine
Swiss dots embossing folder
Labels 21 spellbinder die
Foam pop dots
Xyron Sticker maker
Shabby Shutters distress ink (medium olive green)

Class is scheduled for Friday, October 14th from 10am to 1pm.  If you have any questions or need to reserve your stamping spot, please call All About Pictures at 364-4141.  I'm looking forward to stamping with you!  ~Kim~

Christmas Caboodle I

Hello stampers!  Are you ready to get more off your Christmas to do list?  This class would really help with that, because we're going to make 12 cards using the Little Yellow Bicycle Christmas papers.  LOVE THEM!  This caboodle plays around with the idea of paper quilting.  No sewing machine required though!  Here's the supplies to bring to class:
Brown dye ink
Foam pop dots
Christmas phrase stamps
Stitch stamp
Clear stamp block
Burgundy dye ink (Raisin Adirondack)
Class is scheduled for Thursday October 13th from 6:30 to 9:30 pm.  If you have any questions please call All About Pictures at 364-4141.  See you soon!  ~Kim~

Friday, September 16, 2011

Scene Stamping Class October 27th

Hi everyone, for this month's Scene Stamping Class I thought it would be fun to do Christmas Cards. They are quick and easy.As always you can use any of your own stamps and inks or use the stores for a small fee.
If you just want to check it out, come to class and give it a try.You will need to bring a stylus and tips or purchase them at the store. The inks I used are Adirondacks Denim,Stonewashed and Distressed inks Barn Door and Fire Red. Stamps used are Stampscapes County Chapel sm. 309E, Curvilinear Road 145F, Cloud with rising sun107E, Sedge filler 251C, Lakeside Cabin, Water Pattern sm. Reeds lrg.
Class Thursday October 27th at 6-8PM. Give Diane or Rich a call at 364-4141 to sign up. Lynette

Thursday, September 8, 2011

September Coloring Class

The card for this month is for Baby. This House Mouse stamp is perfect for a baby shower or a card to say congrats. I used Martha Stewart's scallop punch and Stampin UP's word window and modern label punches and spellbinder's scallop rectangle. Prisma Colored pencils used are: Canary Yellow PC916, Yellow Ochre PC942, Sand PC940, Limepeel PC1005, Spring Green PC913, Blue Slate PC1024, Beige Sienna PC1080, Chestnut PC1081, Dark Umber PC947, Light Umber PC941, Dark Brown PC946, Salmon Pink PC1001, Peach PC929, Blush Pink PC928, Pink Rose PC1018.Come join the fun and give coloring with Prisma Colored Pencils and Gamasol a try.
Class is Thursday Sept.15 at 6pm. Call Diane at AAP to sign up.Lynette