Foolproof Watercolouring Class by Mail

I’ve discovered a foolproof technique of watercolouring that I promise ANYONE can do, and am offering it as a Class by Mail only (due to drying time).

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In this Class by Mail, you will receive all precut cardstock, preprinted template, embellishments and instructions to create 3 magazine quality cards, plus a great Take along Tote to keep your cards and envelopes in for just $25 (includes postage).

You will require the following list of items to create the projects:
5th Avenue Floral Stamp Set
Blush Blossom Reinker (Ink Refill)
Regal Rose Reinker (Ink Refill)
Aquapainter
White Embossing Powder
Heat Tool
Versamark
Adhesive
Dimensionals
Black Inkpad
Sage Shadow Inkpad
Water Spritzer (empty spray bottle of any kind)

The good news is if you dont have any of these items, I’m offering them at 10% off, if you are purchasing the Class by Mail – just email me your requirements at alisacraig@westnet.com.au and I’ll total the amount.
 
Purchasing the Class by Mail is easy. Simply click on the Paypal Button, you don’t even have to be registered with them to use it. Of course you can email me for Direct Debit Details too.

5 thoughts on “Foolproof Watercolouring Class by Mail

  1. Alisa – I have just visited your website and registered for your next stamps my mail due in December and have also ordered your rub on class by mail. Just wondering if you water colour class by mail is still available. If so I would love to purchase it, I have the Fifth Avenue stamp set and would love to put it to more use.

    Kerry

  2. Alisa – beautiful cards – will be in touch by email to organise joining the class by mail – just have to work out what I need to purchase, Jo

  3. I’ve seen this used a lot lately on Splitcoast, does seem to be the latest. Looks lovely in those colours.

  4. Hi Alisa,
    pardon my ignorance, I’m new to the stampin’ up products and to stamping itself. What is blush blossum reinker & regal rose reinker? It’s the word reinker more than anything that’s got me lost, I can’t seem to find it in the catalogue.
    Cheers Donna Zammit

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