Easter Ornaments and Canvas Sampler Class Info

Feb 17, 2010


In this class you will create 6 adorable Easter Ornaments that are perfect to accent any Easter tree, gift bag or banner. These ornaments range in size from 3” to 4” and each front showcases an adorable vintage postcard image while the back of each ornament is simply covered with images of vintage sheet music. You will accent each ornament with a silk flower, self adhesive pearls, brown & white baker’s twine and buttons.

If you choose, the vintage images can be accented with Diamond Stickles and the scroll frames can be accented using Platinum Stickles. I will show you how to accent dangling chandelier pieces using Copic markers which can be purchased at Crop-Paper-Scissors if you wish to accent your ornaments. There will be lots of painting, sanding, glittering and gluing in this class with the end results being spectacular.

Each kit includes step-by-step instructions with color photos for those that like to recreate projects exactly as shown. And you will receive plenty of scroll frames (a complete tin – 24 scroll frames total) to recreate ornaments for additional holidays.

For those who do not care to use glitter, please feel free to opt out as I understand not everyone loves glitter as much as I do. You can leave your scroll frames simply painted and inked. Your finished ornaments will be perfect either way.

Date: March 6th Class Length: 2 Hours 10:00 – 12:00  Skill: All Skill Levels  Cost: $30
Place: Crop-Paper-Scissors

Additional Supplies Needed: (Not Included in Kit)
1 – ColorBox Fluid Chalk Ink Cat’s Eye (Creamy Brown)
1 – Aleene’s Acid Free Tacky Glue
Diamond Stickles
Platinum Stickles
Chandelier Accents
Ciao Copic Marker YR31 Light Reddish Yellow
Ciao Copic Marker G21 Lime Green
Ciao Copic Marker R20 Blush

Basic Tools Needed: Craft Knife, Craft Mat, Scissors, Glue Stick, Strong Liquid adhesive if not bringing Aleene’s Acid Free Tacky Glue, Sand Paper or Emory Board, Pencil, Paintbrush

You will alter the cover of this unique 5” square canvas binder album with mini chipboard tags covered with images of vintage ledger paper, sheet music, book pages and gorgeous fine silver German glass glitter covered embellishments. The inside of the album is covered with images of vintage bingo cards and includes two canvas pockets that have been altered with crocheted doilies, trim and burlap accents. These canvas pockets are perfect to hold any of your small mementos and memorabilia. There are 3 pages perfect for covering with photos (6 photos total) of your favorite vintage items, heritage family photos or images of your everyday life. This album can be any theme you decide. I think it would be a wonderful “All About Me” album.

Each kit includes step-by-step instructions with color photos for those that like to recreate projects exactly as shown. I just don’t want you creative rebels that like to do your own thing to feel as though you are locked into my design. This is not the case. You will be able to create the cover as you wish since you will have plenty of mini chipboard tags to create your own sampler design.

For those who do not care to use glitter, please feel free to opt out as I understand not everyone loves glitter as much as I do. You can leave your bird cage and heart chipboard embellishments covered with silver ink as provided. Your finished album cover will be perfect either way.

Date: March 6th Class Length: 2 Hours 1:00 – 3:00 Skill: All Skill Levels Cost: $40
Place: Crop-Paper-Scissors

Additional Supplies Needed: (Not Included in Kit)
1 – ColorBox Fluid Chalk Ink Cat’s Eye (Creamy Brown)
1 – Fabri-Tac Adhesive (Highly Recommend)

Basic Tools Needed: Craft Knife, Craft Mat, Scissors, Glue Stick, Strong Liquid adhesive if not bringing Fabri-Tac, Sand Paper or Emory Board, Pencil, Sewing Needle

Homework:
6 –Color or Black and White photos that will fit 5” square pages.

Between the hours of 10:00 – 12:00 and 1:00 – 3:00 you can enjoy a Maya Road Make-n-Take and flip through several albums I have filled with projects feature in my book “Delight In The Details”. I hope to see you there as it will be a fun filled inspiration kinda day.

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  • nancy t

    I love these beautiful Easter decorations. Please come to the Chicago area !!!!

    • http://lisapace.com Lisa M. Pace

      Hi Nancy, I’m glad you like the Easter ornaments. If you have a local scrapbook store you would like me to teach at let them know. You never know what might happen.

  • Mary Anne Meier

    Just received my signed Its in the Details Book…FABULOUS!!!! I’ve only gotten through 6-8 pages, because I spend so much time looking at each thing…and I want to make IT ALL!
    Any chance you’ll be doing either of these classes online? or as kits? No local scrapbook stores around my area anymore…

  • http://www.instampingmode.com Melissa Sauls

    I am THRILLED to say that, myself and 2 of my friends are making the drive in from Austin for your class. Woohooo!

  • Theresa Grdina

    Oh Lisa…I SOOOOO want to take this class. Unfortunately living in the Chicago area makes it a bit difficult! Will you offer a kit on your website??? Will you come to my house and teach me???? LOL! The class looks fantastic! I wish I were going to be there!!!

  • http://www.thepaperlife.com Amy Coon

    GIRL I love this book of yours …….it just makes me wanna make stuff!!!! Great job! We need to schedule a promotional interview about it for you!! Let me know and we will schedule something.

    Hugs, Amy

  • Terry Frias

    LOVE YOUR STUFF!

  • http://www.lindakaymurphy.blogspot.com Linda Kay Murphy

    I received your new book and am fascinated with it. I’ve signed up for the Hippty hop-pity Easter class I didn’t realize it was from last year but since I didn’t take it then I am now LOL!!!

  • Cheryl Van Norman

    Sure hope you will be offering this class online also. I live in Mississippi or I would “hop” on over.

    Loving my book, wish I had waited and ordered from you to have it signed, i pre-orderd thru amazon.

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