CardMaking using Heat Embossing
On Saturday November 18th from 1 to 4 pm
All supplies included – a selection of stamps to choose from, a range of coloured and clear powders, card stock and envelopes.
Space is limited to 10 participants
Instructors: Beth Fanjoy and Paulina Golborne
To register contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 416 461 7936
Just in time for the holidays! An opportunity to create a unique set of cards, gift tags and bookmarks to use or share.
Heat embossing is a process dating back to the early 1900’s to simulate the look of engraved greeting cards. Embossing powder is dusted over stamped wet ink and then heated, leaving a raised printed image. The effect is both elegant and beautiful.
Bio: Beth Fanjoy and Paulina Golborne run workshops in the Toronto area, often combining creativity with meditation and yoga. Past workshops include watercolour explorations and mandala-making.
Beth works in a range of medium including oil, watercolour and acrylic. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree and is a certified Kripalu yoga instructor.
Paulina is an artist who has been working with heat embossing and card making for several years. She has also worked with in a variety of mediums including photography, ceramics, jewelry-making, and watercolour.
Beth Fanjoy’s FB page: https://www.facebook.com/BFanjoyYoga/