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Sunday, July 22, 2012

Caroly Murphy Classes on Saturday July 28th!!

We love when Carol Murphy comes to Stamping Details to teach!  Her classes are fun, creative AND full of neat techniques!  Join us Saturday July 28th for TWO great classes:

Circus Circus Mini Album with Carol MurphySaturday, July 28, 2012 • 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM


What a cute little mini to house some fun photos of the circus, zoo, kid's birthday parties or...?
Combine Graphic 45 papers and an adorable little castle die set to create this one-of-a-kind keepsake. It would also be an appealing little book to store some kindergarten or school days photos for Grandma! Carol will provide pre-cut chipboard and papers, brads, flowers, and added ephemera.
Please bring to class: UHU glue stick, or glue of choice to adhere the papers, and a strong glue for adhering flowers, such as Super Tacky, The Ultimate, or Fast Grab.

Fancy Heels Pin Cushion with Carol MurphySaturday, July 28, 2012 • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Join us for this unique embellishments class combining your love of fancy shoes, snazzy stick pins and beautiful handmade flowers. Create two high heel pin cushions and learn how to fashion a floral focal point. Then create six stick pins to add to your mixed media projects.
Carol will have several choices of shoe kits to choose from, one patterned vintage colors (using mauve, vintage blues and greens, pinks, peaches, light yellows, off white, white, etc.) and one shoe with a black and white/cream pattern. Papers are from Graphic 45, Prima, and 7 Gypsies. You may choose to leave your shoe plain and maybe just create your stick pins on the side. Whatever you prefer is fine. Kits include matching flowers and bling, stick pins, beads, fabrics, laces, shoe die cuts, feathers, pearls, and other assorted ephemera. Each kit is unique and will be chosen at the time of class.
Please bring to class: glue gun (necessary for quick bond of flowers and fabrics), ¼ inch score tape or redline tape (something super sticky, not double-sided regular tape) fabric scissors or scissors to cut fabric with, and E-6000 or jewelry glue.

About Carol Murphy
Carol Murphy is a well published mixed media artist and instructor living in El Cajon, California. Her feature articles and pieces have been published in many publications, including Somerset Studio, Art Doll Quarterly, Somerset Studio Gallery Editions, PaperART, CorrespondenceART, Stamper's Sampler, Altered Arts, Legacy, Somerset Studio Take Ten issues, Somerset Studio Inspirations issues and several Somerset Studio Catch Up issues as well. Earlier this year several of Carol's projects were featured in Graphic 45's blog article Nostalgic Appeal: The Beautiful G45 Art of Carol Murphy.
To see more of Carol's work visit her website: Altered By Design.


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