Original Price: $18.00

Special Rate: $9.90

Multiple Collage Cards with Grace Taormina

Learn easy techniques for creating multiple collage greeting cards. Transform an assortment of papers, rubber stamp images and embellishments into one of kind collage cards. You'll discover studio tips and assembly methods for creating multiple batches of cards in a short period of time. Downladable handout attached.

Original Price: $18.00

Special Rate: $9.90

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Class Materials List
• Assorted Papers
• Rice and mulberry papers
• Giftwrap
• Asian newspaper
• Joss papers
• Supplies
• Paper trimmer
• 8-1/2" x 11" ivory card stock
• Black card stock
• 4-1/2" x 6" blank greeting cards/envelopes
• Watercolors and paintbrush
• Black and Crimson pigment ink pads
• Asian themed rubber stamps
• Clear embossing powder
• Embossing heat tool
• Scissors
• Hot glue gun
• Asian coins
• Buttons
• Raffia
• Black and/or gold cord

Supplies for gluing collage papers
• Plaid Mod Podge - Matte; or Golden matte gel medium; or USArtquest Perfect Paper Adhesive
• Container for glue
• Flat paintbrush or foam brush
• Old catalogue or phonebook
• Brayer Scissors Supplies to adhere collage and embellishments to greeting cards
• Yes Paste
• Flat Brush
• Glue stick
• Hot glue gun

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Grace Taormina

Grace Taormina

Grace Taormina is a mixed media artist with a passion for paper and fabric.

As the author of “The Complete Guide to Rubber Stamping” and “The Complete Guide to Decorative Stamping,” she has explored the creative potential of mixed media and stamp art and has conducted workshops throughout the U.S. She loves to manipulate fabric, paper, stamps, buttons, and found objects into scrapbooks, journals, stationery, as well as fashion and home décor items. Her passion for her family and friends, humor, nature, quotations and recycling is evident in her work.

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