The car will soon be packed with stamps, supplies, class kits and more so we can be ready to go when classes start at Crop a While in Ottawa . Don’t miss out on this chance to have a spot at the table for one of Rose-Marie Classes…. Friday, September 29 / Saturday, September 30 – when we say ‘Hello Fall’ with several Fall to Christmas Card classes. For details and class descriptions (Click Here)
To join in call Tom or Carole 613-424-6831 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Rose-Marie is on the road again and soon on to Crop-a-While in Ottawa. Friday, September 29 / Saturday, September 30 it’s…. ‘Hello Fall’ with Two days of special technique and card workshops. Be prepared for a journey into the relm of card making like no other…. okay so it’s getting close to Halloween and I just had to go over board.
September 29/30 – 2 days of special technique and card classes with Rose Marie with…
Class 1 – Bittersweet Wreath – These Autumn cards use stamps from our older Fall Collection together with our new additions including the Fence Row and Thanksgiving Blessing. Fall colours and stamps- one of my favourite combinations.
Class 2 – Canadian Christmas with Moose – We will be Celebrating our 150th Birthday with our Canadian Christmas Cards Collection (Yes Already) These cards can easily be made into cards for other occasions by changing the wording
Class 3 – Happy Halloween – Halloween is Coming with black cats, pumpkins and mason jars. One of these cards makes a surprise bookmark, great for a friend feeling under the weather.
Class 4 – Autumn Leaves and Winter House – Pearlescent Watercolour cakes are a great way to have shimmer with a depth of colour that is very easy to achieve. Easy and gorgeous a perfect card.
See attached2017-05-29&30 RMK fact sheet v01 for details on class times, costs and what to bring! To register contact Crop a While – Tom & Carole Fulton
Rose-Marie just handed me a couple of New Cards hot off the embossing table…. Have plenty of cardstock on hand because it is very hard to stop playing with the ink once you get started on this quick & easy Card for Fall.
List of Supplies
J1135 Wind in the Pine
F30138 Inspire Set
Spellbinder Die S5-207 Nestabilities Lables Thirty-Eight
Ink :- Tim Holtz Distress Ink, Spiced Marmalade, Broken China, Fired Brick, Mustard Seed and Dusty Concord
Permanent Black ink or emboss with black ink and clear embossing powder.
80lb White Cardstock cut to 5.5″ x 4.25″
For both cards drag the Distress Ink colours on to a 6×6 inch acrylic block and spray the ink lightly with water. Pick up the colour with the cardstock and heat set with either your embossing gun or a hot iron. Trim this layer as necessary.
Stamp with black permanent ink or emboss J1135 Wind in the Pine and the words from the F30138 Inspire Set, as shown in the pictures. If desired cut out the card layers using the die.
Have fun…. For more Card making ideas check out our website (Click Here)
April Showers bring May Flowers….. I guess this year it has been May, June, July, August showers….. so we should have lots of flowers all over the place.
Maria of Peterborough, ON…. has noticed the flowers and she had some fun creating these two Cards…. but not on paper.
She writes, “Attached are pictures of two coasters I made using two of your stamps: Hibiscus H30370, and Sketchy Poppies K31019. Each was stamped onto a coaster with Archival Ink and colored with Copic markers, after, they were sealed and sprayed with a waterproof spray.”
Well done Maria. So everyone, go ahead and experiment…. who says “Paper” is the only way to go….
What happened to the summer of 2017…. everyone is talking about Back-to-School….. Not us.!!!
We’re still in Cottage Country Mode here
Take the winner of the Canada Day Card challenge…. A great example of “It’s Still summertime and don’t rush it!!”
Congratulations to Karen of Orleans, ON. and her winning Card that she sent us. She parked her trailer right by the lake, in a very peaceful spot.
I am sure the fire is crackling and a few fish are in the pan as our campers wait for dark to descend. Then the Local Parks Committee can set off the Annual fireworks display. A perfect Canada Day Celebration… eh??
Send us your card creation for our monthly card contests. The winner gets a $20.00 store/show/online credit. Not every fancy card wins, not every dazzling card wins…. the Card that wins is the one that feels right for the occasion. Please note that your Card…. must incorporate one or more of Frog’s Whiskers Ink or Rosewood stamps or products in the design of the card.
In our next Card Challenge….. for Sept…. Lets take a look at what you can do with Fall Fairs, a stable event for most rural and urban communities. It doesn’t matter if it is a “Fun on the Rides” or a “Fall Preserves 1’st Prize” Card…. it must express the essence of the Card Contest theme
Rose-Marie just put some of her old teaching stamps in the Clearance Bin. These are stamps she used for demos and teaching Cardmaking classes. Many of the companies have discontinued the images or the company themselves have retired and the stamps are no longer available….. So you are in for a real Good….
no GREAT DEAL.
Special announcement….. Rose-Marie just finished over 20 new images. She went from the Wind in the Pine (Stamp 1135) where you can hear the wind howl through the branches…. to some, get ready for the Fall with a walk along the Fence Row (Stamp J1138) Warm Thoughts for Christmas (Stamp D1148) or pile the Straw Bales (Stamp F1145) and arrange the pumpkins (Stamp F1144 then add Stamp A1142 to make the pumpkin face)
These new images will work well alone or stamp together to create wonderful cards, then use them with other Rosewood Stamps as they are made to compliant each other
You can view the new images now online under [New Images] Available for pre-order now!!