Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Crafting Ireland Issue 11 and a Workshop!

Issue 11 of Crafting Ireland, a wonderful online crafting magazine, is out.  I am so thrilled to be part of the design team and have had a blast making projects along with step-by-step instructions both for the magazine and upcoming blogs, including my Good Wishes Wedding Wreath, seen here.  Want to know why it's called a "Good Wishes" Wedding Wreath?  Want to learn how to make this?  It's easy - just read the magazine by clicking HERE.  You can also check out the blog, which will has some pretty exciting projects to be featured in the near future, by clicking HERE.

Also, did you know Crafting Ireland is holding a free online class via UStream?  Yep!  We are all about keeping up with the digital age and staying in touch with our friends from all parts of the world!    That's right, Crafting Ireland's fee online class is on the 21st of July at 3pm BST on our ustream channel: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/crafting-ireland.  

In the class Nicole Mullen will show us how to create some mini scrapbook layouts. These layouts are perfect for card makers who want to get into scrapbooking or for scrapbookers who find they are running out of space for bigger layouts! We will also make a desktop flip display stand for the pages so you can show them off wherever you like!
Supply list for the online class
Mini layout pages:
*4 sheets of cardboard/chipboard at 13cmx13cm
*10 sheets 6×6 paper cut down to 13x13cm – keep the off cuts!
*This will make 4 double sided pages so you will have 8 pages in total, you can of course make more if you wish!
* Polaroid style photo mats: photos are 7.4 x 7.4 cm and the white card to matt them on is 9.6cm x 8.1cm.
*You will need 8 photos and 8 photo mats
*Adhesives, border punches, trim, score board, duct tape and tools as usual
*Binding rings or ribbon (Binding rings do work the best)
*Crop a dile/eyelet setter and eyelets (optional)
*Hole punch
For the stand:
*1 x Sheet of chipboard 30cm long and 15cm high
*2 x pieces of chipboard 15cm high and 6cm wide
*Duct tape
*Paper or paint to cover it
*Optional – embellishments. I use tissue tape.
Happy Crafting!

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