Heritage Pennant

May 17, 2010

This is one of my favorite photos of my Mom and her Mother. I am guessing this photo was taken around 1944. I think photo booth photos are the best. So wanting to be able to see this photo more often I decided to create a little heritage style pennant. Now I can display it however I wish.

Tips, Techniques and Tutorials

I had a super fun Saturday at The Crafty Scrapper. I took two soldering classes 101 and 201. Trisha is a great teacher. If you ever have a chance to take a class from her I suggest you do. You will be so happy you did. I will show you some of the charms I made later in the week.

Have a great day. I’m off to send Carolyn the info needed for my Tuscany and Roses Technique Class. I will be teaching it Friday evening June 11th during the crop. So if you are interested in taking this one give Carolyn a call.972.923.3151

In my Tuscany and Roses technique class you will alter two pages from a Maya Road Dress Form album. I will teach you how to reproduce a faux Italian Stucco texture that is perfect to apply to lots of different projects such as album covers, tags and chipboard embellishments. You will also learn how to recreate beautiful roses using Grungepaper, Paint, Distress Stickles and Glitter. This class is all about paint and ink so make sure you bring an apron or wear something you will not mind getting dirty.

Class Length: 4 Hours         Skill: All Levels

Additional Supplies Needed: (Not Included in Kit)
ColorBox Fluid Chalk Ink: Creamy Brown, Chestnut Roan
1 Package Cream Self Adhesive Pearls 5mm
Distress Stickles: Scattered Straw, Worn Lipstick
Diamond Stickles
Platinum Stickles

Basic Tools & Supplies Needed: Glue Stick, Strong Liquid Adhesive (Aleene’s Tacky Glue), Hot Glue Gun, Fabri-Tac, Sanding Block, Craft knife, Craft Mat, EK Success Whale of a Punch Flower and Retro Flower Punches (Highly Recommend), Straight Edge Scissors, Paintbrush, Foam Applicator or Sponge for applying Ink

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