New Class! Spring Greetings – Cardmaking Basics – Queen’s Ink – May 8th

In this workshop, you will create three cards featuring a variety of cardmaking techniques – stamping, coloring, stenciling, heat embossing, die cutting, etc. If you’re an old hand at making cards, you’ll feel right at home. If you’re new to cardmaking, you’ll learn the basics to get you started with this fun hobby.

The flowers are colored with Karin Brushmarkers and this is your opportunity to try out these markers. The Queen’s Ink has added Karin Brushmarker PRO to its inventory, a great addition for artists of any level. Markers will be provided for students to use in class. No experience necessary! CLASS FEE $32

The Queen’s Ink
Savage Mill Box 2048 | 8600 Foundry Street | Savage, Maryland 20763
phone: (301) 497-9449 | website:
Sunday, April 18, 2021 – 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Register online or call the Queen’s Ink at (301) 497-9449

Students should bring:

  • WATER BRUSH (or a watercolor brush if you have one).
  • ADHESIVES for card assembly. I suggest Beacons 3-in-1 Advanced Craft Glue for the base layers and Ranger Multi-Medium Matte for adding other card elements.
  • INKS & BLENDERS Please bring the following if you have them in your stash: Distress Oxides in Mowed Lawn, Shabby Shutters, Squeezed Lemonade, Scattered Straw, and Kitsch Flamingo. Don’t panic if you don’t have all the inks – I will bring my ink pads to share in class.
  • CRAFT PICK I suggest the Tonic/Tim Holtz Retractable Craft Pick. 

We will be practicing social distancing protocol. Please wear a MASK and bring your HAND SANITIZER.

2 thoughts on “New Class! Spring Greetings – Cardmaking Basics – Queen’s Ink – May 8th

  1. Thank you for the sunshine! Miss cardmaking and friends. I just love all your wonderful designs . Your creativity is an inspiration to begin again. Love the bunnies and now the
    pretty florals. Have little time to check your other sites but going to try. Love ya!!!

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