Monday, September 24, 2012

Salsa Stampers! Classes and Colors

Changing of the seasons!  Fall is upon us and Hallowe'en is next month....Boo!

Welcome New Stampin' Group!  This group is new to stamping and is so new it doesn't even have a name, yet.  But there are 12 members and they are eager to get started.

More classes are scheduled:
Hallowe'en themed card class through SERP.   October 11, Thursday, 4:40pm to 6:40pm.  $20.00.  You must be able to get onto Kirtland Air Force Base to attend this class, held in the Thunderbird Cafeteria.  Call David Devine, 844-8486 to reserve a seat.

Holiday-Themed Stamp Camp at Bernalillo County Extension Association.  October 24, Wednesday.  Five projects - $15.00

Classes at Turner School of Driving:
Hallowe'en Stamp-A-Stack, 10/17, 10:00am to noon.  20 seats available.  Go to my Stampin' Up! website to register! (See link on the left)

Christmas 6 X 6 Scrapbook!  10/20, 10:00am to noon.  5 seats available.  Go to my Stampin' Up! website to register! (See link on the left)

Using the Stampin' Up! Color Coach:  If you don't have the Color Coach and the In Color additions, you might want to consider ordering this really useful too.  The Color Coach provides great guidance on basic color theory and how each card is organized.  A key value of the Color Coach is that it gives you solid color combinations to jump start your creativity and let you try colors you might not be using as much.

Every color card has two color combinations of three colors each.  One combination will be the Creative Combination - the first two colors on that combination will be a power pair.  The second combination will either be a Sweet Set or a Getting Started combination.  The Sweet Set offers two other colors (in addition to the card's color) out of the entire set of core colors.  The Getting Started combination uses only colors from the getting started set of colors.  Shelli has marked her favorites out of the Creative, Sweet Set, or Getting Started combinations with her heart.

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