Online Course : Aperture Cards with Liz
Sign Up Now: £5.00
Tuesday, 18 May 2021 at 1:00PM
Ends: Tuesday, 18 May 2021 at 2:00PM
Available spaces: 199
Tutor: Liz Morris
Aperture cards are made by cutting a shape out of the front page of a greetings card. A circle, oval, star or any shape you fancy is marked and cut, and the fun is deciding what the fill the space with – or to even fill it at all! Liz will cover the different ways of making the aperture window, and how to use the space to emphasise stamped images or die cut shape. Liz will talk about the various papers and adhesives and how to combine the different elements to make interesting greeting cards.
This class will cover the different techniques that Liz uses to make the cards, so craft along, or just watch and enjoy, Liz loves answering your questions and enjoys seeing your creations too.
Information document including Materials List and Zoom log in details will be included at the bottom of your confirmation email after you have registered.
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Card, papers, plain vellum, scissors, craft knife, mat, ruler, pencil & eraser
Die cutting machine or Shape maker – although this is not essential
Cotton thread or clear (beading thread is ideal)
Papers Flowers and other decorative elements
Stamps, ink pad & clear embossing powder (if you are to colour the images)Book Now
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