Monday, November 30, 2009

What a weekend!

I know I posted a Thank you to the girls yesterday... but I promised more :)
I did have a wonderful day. If you weren't able to join us - sorry, you missed a fun one!

We had a great time scrapping and make n taking and eating and laughing and prize giving....what a day! Special thank yous to Canadian Scrapbooker for not only honouring me with a published page in your fabulous magazine but also providing a great prize for one of my guests - a year subscription to the magazine! Thank you! I know our lucky winner is super excited.

A big "shout out" also goes out to SEI! SEI's Alpine Frost line was used for the cards that I created for the winter issue. SEI was wonderful and provided the product I needed so that my guests would have the opportunity to make one of the cards published! THANK YOU SEI. The girls enjoyed the card making VERY MUCH and all commented on the glimmery goodness of the paper! Thank you again!

Judy and Sheri from In A Pinch Designs were also at the crop selling their marvelous kits and make n taking a gorgeous Christmas Card that was all glammed up! They also provided us with not one, not two, but THREE of their fabulous card kits as a door prize at the event! Wowsers!! One of our guests was hit with the festive JACKPOT. I know you will enjoy making the cards as much as the person you send them to will love receiving them!

Lucy and Stephanie were also at the crop from Simply Scrapping! These two ladies had a ball singing along to my ipod and showing the ladies how they created their "I'M A CANADIAN SCRAPBOOKER" page layout - their make n take. Go Scrapping has fabulous sponsors I tell ya!! Great make n takes and fabulous door prizes. Lucy sponsored two door prizes on the door prize table - a Bo Bunny Kit (yummmmmmy!!!) and an album with oodles of goodies. Thanks Lucy!! BUT.. that's not all!! She also gave away an AMAZING prize at her booth. For every $10 spent at her booth on the weekend she gave a ballot to win a Bo Bunny Dream Gift - a a soft leather pink bag (an exclusive, not for resale kind of bag .. my eyes are still popping) that was FILLED with lots and lots of Bo Bunny products including 3 albums, every sheet of this years paper lines, chipboard embellies, and more and more!! WOW!! When the winner was announced she got so excited!!! ... and then her daughter jumped up and said, "Yippee!! That's my Christmas Gift" ..... her response - NOT!!! :) LOL Very fun! Thanks Simply Scrapping and In A Pinch! You ladies are GREAT!!!!

As you blog readers know... the three of us held a Blog Hop last week. Thank you to everyone who participated: reading our blogs, emailing us comments, leaving comments on our blogs and an extra special thank you to the three ladies who were brave enough to post their Hop creations on their blogs and link to us! The three girls were acknowledged at the crop. We drew a name from the three of them and Rosanne won a prize from all three of us: An In A Pinch Card Kit, an SEI collection pack and a Tim Holtz Seasonal Grunge kit. Jill was the lucky winner of the random draw for In A Pinch's giveaway day one (see blog post here). Thanks again ladies for helping us celebrate the season!

Well, I am off to Toronto today to be inspired at the One of A Kind Show!! Wish me and my pocketbook luck! *wink*

Thanks again for a great weekend ladies!!!

Sunday, November 29, 2009


... for a wonderful, wonderful day!
I had a great time hosting you at our I AM A CANADIAN SCRAPBOOKER CROP yesterday in Cambridge. Thank you so much for helping me celebrate the issue and getting into the spirit of the day.

Here is the group photo we took at the end of the day - courtesy of Judy Beeksma, In A Pinch Designs. Sorry we are missing some fabulous Canadian Scrapbookers who came to join us! I hope to get you in the next photo opp!

I will post some more photos soon.... and fill you in on all the details! I just didn't want the day to pass without saying a big -- THANK YOU!!

Blog again soon.......

Friday, November 27, 2009

It's Blog Hop Time!

We have had a lot of fun creating these little Christmas projects for you!

Thank you for enjoying our posts, sending us emails and for those who did - posting on your blogs too. Can't wait to see what you created!

Here are the links that show some of our projects and other Crafty Christmas ideas

In A Pinch Designs
Simply Scrapping
and, Rosanne -
Rosanne was unable to do one of our specific projects like she wanted to but she did do one of our theme ideas on Sunday that I thought I'd share with you too - a super cute Candy Container that just has to be shared.

So, without further ado.. I have two projects yet revealed!

Here is my card based on Simply Scrapping's sketch. I used Graphic 45 Christmas Past Papers and a super cute Christmas Bird stamp from Inkadinkado. Instead of ribbon I used twine and yes, that is a horizontal line of folded paper.

I did "flip" the sketch so the element was on the left side of my card because it suited the stamp better.. but other than that - its pretty close to the sketch. Thanks Lucy for providing a fun sketch to use.

And.. here is my gift box created from a sheet of cardstock and decorated with some AC pattern Paper.

I loved making the bow topper! I hope you give it a try -- no more flimsy bows for me! The bow can be created with ribbon too... if you'd like a more delicate look. hummmmm...I wonder who will get a gift in this treasure box? :)

Thanks again for joining us this week ladies!
Tomorrow is the Go Scrapping "I AM A CANADIAN SCRAPBOOKER CROP" so I will not be posting.. but I will post details from the crop and do a "post hop" wrap up at that time!

Happy "Christmas" Scrapping everyone!! :)

Thursday, November 26, 2009

Crafty Christmas Blog Hop - Day 4. Wrapping it Up!

I have to say..,. I love love love Judy's Blog post over at In A Pinch Designs Blog!!
My loving it could have something to do with the fact she used my favourite paper line: Graphic 45... but nope! It has everything to do with the Banana Loaf! I hope I'm on her Christmas list :) hehe... Be sure to check it out and be inspired! What a great way to wrap your holiday baking.

Remember I said yesterday that I like to "surf" -- Well, in the spirit of today's Blog Hop Topic I thought I'd give you another Splitcoast Stampers link that I am using in my reveal tomorrow -- MAKE YOUR OWN PAPER BOW! Yep! It can be done with strips of paper, a couple small brads and/or glue. Here you are. ENJOY!!
In tomorrow's blog hop, show us how you like to specially wrap for the holidays! I will post a link to all the participants including Simply Scrapping & In A Pinch designs... I hope you join us too! Show are projects, ones inspired by them or show us how you gift give and wrap up the holidays!

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Crafty Christmas - Day 3, Teacher/Neighbour Gifts

Helllllllllllllllllooooooooooo Bloggers!
Are you getting into the Christmas Spirit? I spent yesterday in the studio creating Christmas Gifts while listening to some Christmas music - yep... I'm getting in the spirit. I'll post an image of what I made next week (if you are "my friend" on Facebook you can see one now)

Anyway, I'm not posting that image now BECAUSE... we have some Crafty Christmas stuff to share!!

Take a peek at this sweet backpack!
When we decided to run this bloghop, we surfed the internet for some project ideas and came across this adorable BACKPACK BOX on Splitcoast Stampers. Here's the Link to the page. It was created by Mary Arima - a stamper so she stamped her papers. I chose not to do that. I love Bo Bunny Christmas and the weight of that double sided paper is perfect for this project. All you need to create this is ONE piece, yep -- just one, of double sided pattern cardstock paper (or your own stamped paper) a couple feet of ribbon and some eyelets. The flaps close with magnets (I used the Basic Grey magnets) but you can also use velcro. Can't you just picture this being given to a teacher with a gift card in it? LOVE IT! Decorate this little bag as you like. Hey -- this would be cute for a back to school gift too -- hummmmm must keep this around. :)

I don't know about you but I am always looking for a little "thank you" gift for neighbours, mail carriers, and other people in my life that I'd like to recognise at this time of year.

I found an adorable "Hot Chocolate Pocket Wallet" on Becky Roberts' (Inking Idaho) blog that I adapted to fit the Hot Chocolate packets we get at the grocery store. This is what I've done:

  • Wallet Body: One 9”x 5” piece of cardstock – score at 4” and 5”. 4 pieces of pattern paper to decorate measuring 3 3/4” x 4 1/4”
  • Wallet Pockets: 2 pieces of cardstock measuring 6”x3” - score both short sides at 1/4” and 1/2” and one long side at 1/4” and 1/2”.
  • Closure: 1 piece of cardstock measuring 2”x 3”. 1 piece of pattern paper to decorate measuring 1 3/4”x 2 3/4”
  • Use a corner rounder on the 4 corners of the Wallet body and fold along score lines
  • Adhere the Closure Strip to the back of the Wallet body before decorating it with the pattern paper.

  • Create the wallet pockets:

    Fold along all score lines on both pocket pieces.
    Cut off the 4 small squares in the corners – you will not need them to put it together. (optional) Punch a half circle or half oval along the center edge of the pocket.
    Fold into pocket and glue the three folded edges onto the inside of the wallet body just above the fold line. Repeat on other side.

  • I used a Basic Grey Magnet to close the wallet but you can use velcro too.

  • You can create a front pocket to -- for the outside of the wallet. Choose your own size and assemble as above. Decorate and enjoy!!
HAVE FUN Creating some great Teacher and Neighbour gifts. Don't forget to show us other ideas on your blogs too!! We will be giving away a small prize on Friday to one of our Blog Hop Participants. Let me know if you'd like your Blog added to the Hop!

Tomorrow In A Pinch Designs has something fun for you..... Something to "wrap it all up" :)

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Crafty Christmas - Day 2

Good Morning Ladies and Gents!
It's Day 2 of Our Crafty Christmas Blog Hop ... so head on over to Simply Scrapping for a fun Card Challenge. (will be posted before noon)

Lucy provided us with a fun card sketch -- See... I told you you'd need your trimmers *wink*. Here is a sneak peek of what I created with the sketch. I'll be revealing the whole card on Friday during the Blog Hop.
Let us know if you complete the sketch. We'll add a link to your blog/photo for people to see on Friday's Hop! Can't wait to see what you've created!
Do you have a favourite Christmas Card? One you made or one you received? Please share with us in your blog posting too. Love to hear about it!
"Ask Karen" will return next week......

Monday, November 23, 2009

Blog Hop -- Day 1, Christmas Traditions

Head on over to In A Pinch Designs Blog to see what Sheri and Judy posted on day one... and why!

We thought we would get this week started by "getting you in the mood" thinking Christmas!! Leave a comment on their blog about your favourite Christmas morning tradition and you will be entered into a prize draw!

Have fun this week.... Tomorrow there will be a challenge posted on the Simply Scrapping Blog .... LOTS more to come!

In the spirit of In A Pinch's blog post: I always love the cookies out for Santa thing. The hubby and I would get out a plate and a glass and the kid would place an absurd amount of cookies (and baby carrots for the reindeer) on the plate and expect Santa to eat them all. We always made sure we left a half eaten cookie and crumbs along with a few nibbled carrots for "proof" of the visit along with a hand written thank you note addressed to Emily that went something like this: Merry Christmas Emily. Thank you so much for the little treats. The Reindeer and I really loved them. We especially loved the hot cocoa on such a cold night. Love Santa.
Yes. The letter thanked her for Hot Cocoa. One year, after Emily's insisting, I painted a "Santa Pot" - a special pot just so Santa could have a nice cup of Hot Chocolate when he visited our house. The idea being that everyone leaves him milk and cookies- but it's cold outside and he is in an open sleigh..... we should warm him up! LOL. Ahhhhh kids. Gotta Love them :)
Can't wait to read your favourite Christmas traditions on the Pinch Blog.
Until tomorrow.....

Saturday, November 21, 2009

It's Sushi Saturday!

What's Sushi Saturday you ask?

I have a couple girls that like to join me in the studio on Saturdays to crop and create art.... and we always order Sushi for lunch. It's becoming it's own little entity! Super fun and I look forward to it every month. Anyone else want to join us in a bowl of Ramon Noodles? :)

umm umm good!

I had a great time in the studio last night. I had three more girls in doing the Graphic 45 Christmas Card Workshop and a cropper creating a fabulous "wing" mini-book. You ladies were a lot of fun and I thoroughly enjoyed hosting you here again last night! The perfect way to spend a Friday evening.. and I left inspired too!! Speaking of inspired.....

As a result of last night's festivities.... I will be getting out the Melting Pots on Tuesday!! One of the girls wanted to try canvas art with beeswax. Something I love to do and can't wait to show her. If you'd like to join us... let me know by email. Can't make it on Tuesday but would love to learn how to do this too.... Just Ask. That's what's great about the studio -- we are very flexible around here. Love to create with you!

Here's a link to some of the "Melt Art" works I've done in the past year...

Happy Creating!

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

One Crafty Christmas ....BLOG HOP?

Sooooooooooooooooooo this is it! My BIG ANNOUNCEMENT!!

In A Pinch Designs, Simply Scrapping and I thought we would get together to bring you a Crafty Christmas Blog Hop starting MONDAY and running each day next week until we all get together at Go Scrapping's Day Crop in Cambridge next weekend!!! Whatcha think? I think it's going to be fun!

Here's what's happening:
We'd love you to stop by our blogs each day next week and join the fun! We'll have some scrapliftable things to do to get ready for our favourite time of year, Christmas! There will be Christmas cards, decorations, gift giving ideas.... one new item each day. And then, on Friday we'll have a BLOG HOP which means that we'll post links to participating blogs so that people can go from blog to blog to see what we all did with the ideas. Sound fun? :) If you'd like to participate (and yes, some small prizes just may be involved *nudge nudge, wink wink*) send me an email to let me know you'd like to participate and I will add your blog or photo site to the Blog Hop list.

So, plan on spending a few minutes each day checking our blogs and being inspired by lots of ideas. We have a couple of challenges for you, so gather your favorite Christmas scrapbook supplies, and keep your adhesive and trimmer handy and yes, plan to use it! I can't wait to get started next week!!

hummmmm...are those jingle bells I hear??

and Judy & Sheri from In A Pinch Designs
and Lucy from Simply Scrapping

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

It's HERE, It's HERE!!


The Winter Issue of the Canadian Scrapbooker arrived at the studio TODAY!! I wasn't expecting it until next week... so I hope you don't mind if I move today's "ASK KAREN" to Thursday because I'm so excited I have to blog about this now and I have something else exciting to blog about tomorrow!! Wow.. so much happening!
See these 4 cards?? Well, come to the studio, pick up your copy of the Canadian Scrapbooker (for $10 - approx $2 off the cover price!) and turn to page 73. Whoomp there it is! :) (sorry for the bad 80's reference. Just showing my age I suppose... hehe)

Thank you Canadian Scrapbooker -- for the opportunity to be in your magazine! It looks GREAT and I can't wait to share it with people here!

And share it I will!!!

First up... the "I AM A CANADIAN SCRAPBOOKER CROP" to be held Saturday November 28 from 10am - 8pm at the Hespeler Arena Auditorium. Tickets are $50 and available at the Go Scrapping Studio, at Simply Scrapping in Cambridge or by contacting me directly.

I will have copies of the magazine at the crop -- the cost... you guessed it -- $10.

I will be offering everyone in attendance the opportunity to create one of the cards published -- with special thanks to SEI for the ability to do this.


So that we can enjoy future issues -- I will also be giving away a year subscription to the Canadian Scrapbooker as a door prize at the crop! Yippee!! Lets celebrate!!
Hope you can make it!!


Love the cards?? These cards are the next 4 cards for our Christmas Card Workshop scheduled Saturday December 5 from 11:30am - 2pm. Join us in the studio on that Saturday or get a group together and arrange your own time to come in and create! The cost? $20 - All the cards you create in the 2.5 hour workshop (most leave with 8 completed cards) Hope you can join us. Contact the studio to make your reservation.


Monday, November 16, 2009

I had an "ideaology"

Hope you all had a GREAT weekend!

I normally have Monday's off but I made my way to the studio today to PLAY! I really wanted to play with some of the Ideaology stuff I have there.

For those who don't know, I will be going away with my family next month (so the studio will be closed Dec 12 - 21 while I am away) I wanted to create a little something special to wear -- my own version of cruise accessories :) Whatcha think??

This is a charm bracelet I created using the Ideaology Link Chain and Toggle Clasp, Ideaology Flourishes, some clear buttons (that I glued some yummy Graphic 45 Papers to), some misc. metal buttons and findings. I have every intention of adding to this bracelet -- I would like to put some of those "flattened pennies" on it -- one for each place we visit while we are away. Hope I can find the "flattening machines" :) ... something tells me I'll be okay there *smile*

I also made a matching necklace to wear -- something perfect for casual cruise attire. Can't wait!! Can you tell?
Hope you created something crafty today!

Friday, November 13, 2009

It's Christmas in the Studio...

YIKES!! Is it that time already?
Time to be thinking about decorating for the upcoming season?

Yep! Well, I've started. I figured since we will be creating Christmas Cards in the Studio tomorrow we should create them in a festive environment! hehe Looking forward to seeing the girls tomorrow and next week too! It's going to be a fantastic Card Workshop (aka cookout :) ) See you tomorrow ladies!

I realized yesterday when I went to make a blog entry that I didn't take any photos of the Dollar Store Club Wednesday night! AAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHH! So sorry... it was a Great night too! All 8 ladies came to the studio with projects in hand -- all as unique as the people creating them! Truly inspiring! Loved how you used the leaves ladies!!

I did teach a technique Wednesday night -- as always. This month I showed the girls the technique I posted earlier on the blog: using Crafter's Workshop templates to emboss on Sticky-Back Canvas! Love this technique! The card to the left is what we created with the embossed canvas and a fall pattern paper from My Little Yellow Bicycle. I am loving Stick Pins and wanted to incorporate them in this project -- I don't know -- seemed fabric-like canvas would make a great plush pin cushion?? Am I wrong? hehe
If you like fancy stick pins as much as I... you will love In A Pinch Design's Friday Flick today. All about creating your own fun pins. Love the flick, Sher ... and .... you're right! "Why didn't I think of that?" *smile*
Anyway, we had a great time and I can't wait until next month -- Christmas Items. The nexgt meeting will be the first Wednesday of December! See you there!

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Thank yous all around!

It's Remembrance Day! I hope you took a moment to remember the men and women who so bravely defend the freedoms we enjoy everyday. Thank you to all our Veterans!!

I told you I would blog with some retreat photos today! Here they are!

You can find more in the Go Scrapping Photobucket Site (link at side) I hope you enjoy.

This was a very fun, very productive crop!! I did a layout tally when I returned and guess what??? THE AVERAGE number of pages completed was 27!! 27!!! Wow!! That's more than an album per person! The page count ranged from 6 -62. You ladies were there on a mission!! Hope you had a great time completing them!!

The theme for our London Retreat was "British Invasion" We had some people come with flags and shirts with various British slogans and team names. Who knew so many scrappers were soccer fans? *wink* Thanks for participating in the theme ladies.

We had 4 great classes offered on Saturday. A "distressing" album class, a full and enthusiastic group of ladies for a layout class, a fabulous Card Class offered by Sheri East of In A Pinch Designs and a Desk Calendar Class using some yummy Graphic 45 Papers and bound with the Zutter! Love that Calendar -- I think I'll make another one to give away at Christmas. Its a great vintage look!! Thanks for being such wonderful students!!

I was very happy to welcome Lori from the Memory Mill as a vendor at the retreat. Lori is from Dorchester and will be

starting an online retail site in addition to her studio space very soon. Look out for that. Congratulations on your business growth Lori!! And thanks for being there with us.

Lori and Judy and Sheri from In A Pinch Designs (who were also at the retreat selling their fabulous kits!!) offered some amazing make n takes too ... Thanks for adding so much to the retreat ladies! I really appreciate it!

All in all it was a great retreat and I am looking forward to seeing the ladies again soon! I know I will be seeing some ladies at the Nottawasaga Resort February 26-28 and others at the Stratford Retreat March 26-28. If you'd like information on those retreats, please let me know. The early bird rate is still in effect for both events.

I would like to end this by quoting Kelly -- she posted this on the Go Scrapping Messageboard:

"ah yes, you know it's a good weekend when there was more than one occasion that you laughed so hard you were crying and could barely breathe."
Have a great day everyone!! Dollar Store Club tonight so look for some pics tomorrow!!

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Ask Karen - Grunge vs Chip

Hello Bloggers!

I am home from a great weekend retreat with some ubber productive scrapbookers!! :) I have taken the last couple of days to re-connect with my family and to unpack and get back in the groove at the studio!

I have gone through the retreat pictures and will blog about it tomorrow!! Today is Tuesday which means I need to post an "Ask Karen" :) So -- hear is one question that came out of the retreat.... "What is the difference between Regular Chipboard and Grungeboard."

Grunge vs Chip -> Both are great to use to add dimension to your pages and products. Grunge is FLEXIBLE (literally). It's made from a compressed paper-based product (that's all the description I can find and I fully suspect something synthetic in it :) ) You will notice a leather-like smell the second you remove it from it's blister pack packaging. Never fear - that scent is normal.. and will fade eventually. Consider it an added bonus :)

I like using grunge. The diecut shapes are easier to use than the regular chip because the "pop out" more cleanly, without breaking. I also like the fact I can do anything to it -- ink, paint, emboss, etc directly onto it in colours and patterns that I choose. Many regular chipboard pieces have a coating on them preventing the ability to alter them -- without prep work first.

Which brings me to another question asked me this weekend -- How can I alter "shiny" chipboard pieces. Well, first, they are shiny because they've been coated with a lacquer coating. The reason paint and ink comes off these chipboard pieces is because the coating acts as a resist. If you would like to change the colour of the chipboard pieces, you must first sand the coating off the chipboard. Ranger has a fabulous tool for this ... the Sanding Block. It is a refillable block that will give an even, FLAT surface to sand the tiniest, most intricate pieces. It's great to sand board books for altering too!! Gotta love that!

I have the Seasonal Grunge Diecut Sheets (one pack with 8 sheets for Christmas, Winter, Halloween and Valentines Day) in the studio for $8.99 (that's approximate 20% off the regular retail price), I also have a few more Grunge Mini Books for $8.75 and Grunge Sheets you can but in your die cutting machines too!!! ...and yes, we have Sanding Blocks! Contact the studio for more info or come in to check them out for yourselves!! Love to see you.

Just a tip -- Grungeboard takes some time to dry when inked with some inks - especially pigment inks - but they can create some cool effects. One of the ladies at the retreat inked her grungeboard with a brown pigment ink and it looked very leather/suede-like! Totally cool! So, when doing this, zap it with a heat gun to set the ink.

Also -- try something new!! Use your Matte Medium to adhere tissue paper or napkin (yes, napkin) to the chipboard or grungeboard. You can seal this with Glossy Accents to protect it and give it an epoxied look. So fun! Use your imagination- be creative!!!

Here's a video by Tim Holtz explaining Grunge too!!

Now.. I am off to get some more work done....

Look for tomorrow's retreat post tomorrow afternoon. I'm looking forward to tomorrow night's Dollar Store Club too!!! Can't wait to play with the girls.

Talk to you soon,

Friday, November 06, 2009

See you in London!!

I am ready to go!!

Looking forward to seeing everyone later this afternoon in our crop space at the Ramada in London ... okay, Ontario :) ... but we can pretend!

I will post more when I can -- I'm not too sure if I will have internet access from the crop room or not.

PLEASE REMEMBER -- While I am at the retreat this weekend, the Studio will be closed. Sorry for any inconvenience. I will re-open on Tuesday for our regular studio hourse.

Thursday, November 05, 2009

Getting Ready!!!

...For the Invasion!

Yep -- in just about 24 hrs I will be welcoming my retreat guests at the Ramada London for our British Invasion weekend retreat!
I have some fun things planned and can't wait to share them with you!
I am packing up the last of my class and make n take materials including all the "ingredients" to make this fun Grungepaper Flower Magnet (totally inspired by a project created by Donna Lewis). Cute isn't it? I have done these before with Sticky Back Canvas... now its Grungepaper's turn. We will be giving everyone at the retreat a chance to create one and I'm looking forward to sharing the tricks of the trade :) (here's the link to the sticky Back version)
See you tomorrow ladies!!

Tuesday, November 03, 2009


Hello Bloggers!
I hope you had a great Halloween Weekend!! I know I did! :) .... lots of "making memories!"

It's Tuesday and time for our "Ask Karen" segment.

I had a question about UTEE -- "What is it and how do you use it?" Well -- talk about a loaded question!! I'll start by telling you what it is and then I will set you free with a bunch of links to get those creative juices flowing!!

UTEE stands for Ultra Thick Embossing Enamel -- It a thick, granular version of embossing powder that can be melted a couple of ways - in a melting pot, in an oven, or with a heat gun.

Unlike regular fine embossing powder, UTEE does not raise an image -- it coats it. Therefore it is not meant for outlining fine detail. You can pour it into a mold to create your own personalized embellishments, stamp into it to create fun effects, you can crack it for a broken glass look - it's all good.
Enjoy! If you have any specific questions about UTEE let me know.
The studio carries the clear, metallic and brightz powders, super quiet heat guns, melting pots and accessories. I have them all available to use in the studio as well.... come on by for an in house demo or class. I'd love to create one for you if you would like to learn more.