Welcome to my cozy little blog, I’m Vicki Bridges aka Mizbizibee. I teach rubber stamping, card making in a warm, friendly and low stress environment.

Sunday, March 18, 2012

Weekly Class Preview

Little Birdies
 Thursday March 22  6-7:30 

Many times pretty paper can be the inspiration for a card or in this case four cards. We fell in love with the plump and perky blue birds in this paper by Three Bugs in a Rug.  Each card is for a different occasion but if you want all birthday cards it will be easy to do in class.  It’s that time of year to replenish your card stash and with spring just a few weeks away, these Birdies are perfect.
2 hours @ $20.00

On Your Birthday
 Thursday March 22 7:30-8:30

Nothing complicated here, just a fun birthday for someone special. This card is happy. Makes you smile just to look it at. Adorned with a cutie hedgie, cool die cuts shapes and just enough sparkle to catch the eye.  
1 hour @ $10.00

Take Flight
Saturday March 24 1:00-2:00

Vellum is a wonderful product for giving cards a soft texture.  In this class we will but coloring vellum several ways and talk about the best way to attach vellum to a card.
1 hour @ $10.00

Elegant Notes
 Saturday March 24 2:00-4:00

The name says it all, simply four elegant note cards. But trust us that pictures don’t do justice to these pretty cards. There is a subtle shadow and pearly highlight that the camera cannot capture. These pretty notes are sure to get noticed and appreciated. Also, you can opt to make four birthday cards instead of the variety shown.
2 hours @ $20.00

Lotus Garden
 Saturday March 24 4:00-5:00

In this class you will make a pretty card that has the blending stencil look that made such popular wall art in years past. But we are stampers so no stencils and brushes for us. We have stamps and inks in our arsenal!  This “easy on the eyes” card is finished out as a birthday card but would make a nice get well or encouragement card too.
1 hour @$10.00

If you wish to join any of these classes please call or email Vicki Byers at and Bear Makes 3

912 3245 or vbyers@andbearmakes3.com

1 comment:

  1. This is a neat idea, letting us know what is coming up. Hope to get back in the swing of things soon.