Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Welcome Easter Facebook Live Mini Class

Hello everyone I hope that you are having a wonderful week so far!  Remember this is hump day and the middle of the work week so not much longer.  I am here with you to share this weeks Facebook Live Mini Class with you and a few tips and tricks along the way.  This week I am featuring the Welcome Easter Stamp Set and will be sharing with you a three different ways to color images.  I actually shared one tip with your earlier today if you missed my post from this morning you can click here and check it out.  



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During this weeks Facebook Live Mini Class I am going to be making three projects with you to get you ready for  Easter and I am going to share with you three ways to add color to your projects. I based today's class off of the card I shared this morning.  On my post this morning I shared a card using my watercolor pencils and a blender pen to color in the images.  Here's a look at that card.  

 In case you've never joined me for Facebook Live, I go live every week, (typically on Wednesday at 8:00 pm CST) on my Facebook business page with one to three projects.  On the second Wednesday of the month I will be doing my Facebook Live mini Class at 4 pm CST due to scheduling conflict.  Everyone is welcome to join!

If you were unable to join me live I will have uploaded the video here afterwards.  If you are not able to see the embedded video you may have to click here.  


This Week's Projects: 

For my first project tonight I tried to come up with a way to add color to an image without really having to color.  So I thought about using another stamp set to fill in the color or using one of the Best Dressed Note Cards.


For my next project I made a regular A2 size card using the bunny from the stamp set.  I used the Easter Blessings stamp from Itty Bitty Greetings for the sentiment.  I watercolored the main image of this card with ink and a blender pen.  I thought it was a fun little card and quick way to add some color.  You can go as simple or use as much coloring you would like.  


My finial project for the night was this cute little easter box using the sheep image from the Welcome Easter Stamp Set.  To color my little Ewe I used stampin' blends in Flirty Flamingo, Gray Granite, and Highland Heather.  This is a really easy box to put together and is a quick project to make to fill with Easter Treats.  


  You can check the PDF for the measurements.  
**All of the details for today's three 

projects can be found on the 
project sheets here. ** 

They have all the products I used and measurements for each project.
***Remember, if you put in an order ($40 minimum before taxes and shipping) by 
Monday, March 16th, 2020 at midnight, 
I'll send you all three make and takes for free! 
But, your order MUST be in by Monday at midnight!! 
You must use Host/Hostess Code 3GMWAD27 .

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Last day to sign up for my Monthly Card Club by March 20, 2020!  Sign up and learn more about Card club by clicking here!  March's featured stamp set is the Memorable Mosaic; and we will be poppin like mad with a great time learning something new.  Stamps sets are not included in the club but may be purchased using the host code as an add on.  Or you may use something you already own.

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Much Love,
Rick