Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Joyce Kurtz from Peddler's Pack in Oregon

While the Dream Team is working on new Christmas designs I am showcasing some of the teachers and sales reps that have designed and shared cards made with Dreamweaver Stencils over the years. I have to say that I have had this card around for a bit. The owner of Peddler's Pack Stampworks, Joyce Kurtz, sent me this one-step cloisonné card, which I just love. Joyce owns her own rubber stamp company and loves cardmaking and her customers love her. She is one of the most enthusiastic, upbeat store owners in the business today. To make this card she paste embossed the sunflower (LL429) with the regular embossing paste, when doing either one-step or two-step cloisonné I always base-coat with the regular or matte yellow embossing pastes. When it was completely dry she stenciled it with bright colored pigment inks and then sprinkled it with Suze Weinberg's Ultra Thick Embossing Enamel and heated it gently with a heat gun. The small rubber stamped greeting is one of her own rubber stamp designs. What a cheerful card... just like it's maker. If you get the chance, stop and take a class from Joyce in Beaverton, OR. You can visit her site for directions and info: www.peddlerspack.com


Wendy said...

Goodness this is gorgeous!!!

Marijane said...

Oh, this card is just beautiful! I think fall cards have to be my favorites.

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