Two Technique Tuesday Lo's (CKC Des Moines 2 years ago)

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Two Technique Tuesday Lo's (CKC Des Moines 2 years ago)
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Sat, 09-15-2012 - 11:20pm

This was a 2 hour class, and we made ONE LO, with supplies for a second. Really really cool, and I learned how to REALLY use their white coasterlike Technique Tiles. I bought a few kits more after this class (at their booth, with class discount, mind you!)!

The first LO, Teens (Thirteen) is Natasha and her friend at their birthday dinner at a local restaurant about a month before the class (they were born to friends of ours, 8 hours apart, 3 rooms apart in the same hospital, but separate days, supposed to be born 1 month apart!) and I knew when we made the LO I wanted to use these photos, just never got to editing them till now! The brown, blue & orangetechnique tile frames are separate, the blue frames used two different blue inks & sponges, then layered with the orange stars & brown words. Looks like PP. We also chalk inked the white twill that we turned into photo corners.

The second LO Fun with Friends/Grads, was made from the same kit, using the smaller frames, same stamps, etc. Photos were of Sarah & Her friends at the playground right after graduation. The playground equip. is BRIGHT orange, and I knew right away the rest of this kit would be perfect!

I used the Amy Tangerine thickers on these two LO's also. Using up stash! (but I do LOVE those letters...)

I think you can still ge this kit on the Technique Tuesday website? Or, it was there when I looked a few months ago. Yes, they are! As is another kit that I made and loved (posted earlier in the year) There was a pink/orange version we could choose from as well, but I wanted the blue :smileyhappy:

Michelle
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I will have to see if they have a class at my next ckc.
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It was busy - chalking/inking frames, set them aside to dry, tear and ink papers, ink the trim and set aside, stamp the frame again, let it dry, assemble something else. Add the stars to the frame, color with puffy gel pen, let it dry... LOL. Then assemble. Plus there were drawings in between, and a little bit of them showing some of their other products, other LO's made with this technique. But it was busy enough I didn't even get started on tearing the paper for the second LO.

I do remember the class was fun and the leader was quite peppy!
Michelle
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WOW very impresisve :smileyhappy:

must have been a ton of work to them for a 2 hour class to produce one page! :smileyhappy: you are much more patient than I am. :smileyhappy:

The girls look like they had so much fun together! :smileyhappy:
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