We used Wow! embossing powders to create this Faux Enamel Card. I really like the way the embossed flowers look - shiny and dimensional!
This Ken Oliver Stitched Water Color Card was created using Color Burst with a water brush, along with die cut stamped images. I'm not sure that my color choices were the best, but it was FUN to try these products. I added a stamped sentiment to the card before I sent it off (but forgot to snap another photo).
We used one of my favorite products (Gelatos!) along with stencils, inks and Pitt artist pens to decorate Canvas Corps pouches. This would be a FUN way to decorate an apron, too!
A representative from Sizzix discussed and demonstrated some of the new Sizzix products. This display shows just a portion of the sample projects they had on display! I especially liked the Tim Holtz gingerbread house!
We were also treated to a demonstration of the Ranger Dylusions Acrylic Paints by Dyan Reaveley herself!
Dyan is a wonderful speaker and shared tips on how to choose between her paints (fluid acrylics), Tim Holtz's paints (distress paints), and Dina Wakley's paints (heavy body acrylics).
I captured some of her demonstration on video.
This was a FUN event. I'm so glad Candi, the owner of Personal Scrapbook, invited me to attend with her. We also enjoyed spending time with Susie, the owner of Scrappin' Goodtime, Dana (one of Scrappin' Goodtime's new design team members), and several other store owners from around the state. Dana and I even won Gelato door prizes!
Have you attended any FUN events with product demonstrations and crafty projects lately?