What is the Floating Strip card technique? This is a fun illusion technique that makes it appear that your card front focus image is floating. My March class and kit will teach you this fun technique. It is a great way to use up card and paper scraps too!
I am finally getting back into some normality by restarting face to face classes after a two year enforced break due to Covid. It is a lovely feeling to be thinking about connecting again face to face with my class participants. The current plan is to offer four classes with a limit of 4 attendees per class. For those of you not quite comfortable in attending in the company of others I will continue to offer this class as a kit like I do each month as my class in a kit.
The card featured here will be one of the samples you can create in the class along with another three card samples I have for you. This card will also feature in the kit so you will receive everything you need in the kit to create this card and three others plus a PDF tutorial. Class or kit fee is $30.
Class times are – Thursday March 24 at 10am or 7.30pm, Friday March 25 at 1.30pm or Saturday March 26 at 1.30pm
Please get in touch by email to book your place. The same if you would like the kit if you live in Australia.
I love the papers I used for this card. They are the Expressions in Ink Designer Specialty papers. If you love these papers too check out this post using them. Like the little bird die cut? That can be found in the Iconic Die set. I used it in my last card kit here. It’s such a sweet image. I love it and the bee die in that set.
Bookings are being accepted up to Friday March 25. So check your calendar and make a booking if learning the Floating Card Strip technique is one you want to add to your technique abilities.
PS Sale-a-bration is still running in Australia until March 16. Don’t miss out on getting free Sale-a-bration products with your order.