“Technique Taster’s” are a quick fun class that Canadian Scrapbooker Magazine offers at different events across the country. In 20 minutes we like toshare with you some of our very favourite ideas, tools, toys, stamps, ink, paint and more. The Technique Taster’s may be short in time but they are“tall” in inspiration.
For my part in the Technique Taster at Scrapfest in Kitchener (GOING ON RIGHT NOW) we will be creating one of these tags with in the Canadian Scrapbooker booth.
I know we will have tons of fun as we take Canadian Scrapbooker “white Super Stock” tag and turn it into a “tag to remember”, using the Cathie Allan, Position-It, pigment ink, masking and smearing techniques that are easy and fun. Those of you who have stamped “a while” and those of you who are just beginning to explore the “fun ink filled” world of stamping will love the techniques to be shared in this class. Then you will be able to use those techniques in a myriad of projects using stamps and pigment ink that you already have or you can get these images from “Impression Obsession” and of course the ink from Clearsnap. Don’t forget to get re-inkers because you will need “gas” for those stamp pads of yours. Your stamp pads “without re-inkers” can be likened to a “car without gas”.
The “Cathie Allan, Position-It” can be obtained thru Canadian Scrapbooker Magazine and if you have a close look, you will see mine is “much used and much loved”. This tool allows us to easily achieve all manner of new ideas & techniques that without, the stamper ( you or me) would not be able to do.
So if you are at an event … go directly to the Canadian Scrapbooker Magazine booth. We have so much we want to share with you, a magazine that is truly the best all Canadian, papercraft magazine that works hard to bring you all the newest and best ideas 4 times a year, demo’s and “Technique Taster” classes for your papercrafting pleasures. This gorgeous magazine that truly is “more like a book” builds you a resource library you will be proud to display on your shelves. So again, come, find the booth …. we cannot wait to meet you!
To see more of Cathie’s work visit her blog – Cathie Allan’s Creative Whispers!