Thursday, October 28, 2010

Classy Classes in Chicago


Louise Healy, from the Chicago area, has taught many stenciling classes. And on November 6, she will be teaching at Stampology in Chicago. She takes one stencil, which the students receive with the class and then you learn three different techniques. Although there are three different techniques displayed here you will have to click on her name and go to her site to find out what you will really be learning. But I can guarantee it will be interesting. This first holly leaf is done with matte black embossing paste as a base for the crackle to be done on. The second card is a shadow technique and then the third card is a technique called Faux Cloisonne'. Our other design team members also teach classes, so click on their names and travel to their sites to learn where they are teaching. Also right now Wendy Jordan is running a challenge that could win you 5 free discontinued Dreamweaver stencils. Yes, that's right, they won't be manufactured again for some time. So click on her name and find out all about how to win.

4 comments:

Pam Hornschu said...

These are gorgeous! I need to try that shadow technique.

Deborah March said...

WOW!!! How GORGEOUS!!! Off to see her blog...

Marijane said...

Louise creates the most beautiful cards! My favorite today is the faux cloisonne'! I love that technique and the results are always amazing. Louise is an excellent teacher and her classes using one stencil three ways illustrate the versatility of the stencils.

Kandi Phillips said...

Each technique looks amazing, I love the crackle!

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