Workshop | Klimt-ify It! (New!) with Judi Kauffman

The Queen's Ink

$ 36.00 
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Klimt-ify It! (New!) with Judi Kauffman
Instructor:  Judi Kauffman
Date: Saturday, January 20th, 2018
Time: 11:00 - 2:30
Class fee: $36.00

Class Description:

Channel your inner Gustav Klimt and have fun creating cards, postcards, collage papers and Artist Trading Cards, all with texture, pattern, pattern, and more pattern plus copious amounts of GOLD!

Judi’s belief that “Easy Isn’t Cheating” will have you rocking out a batch of simple but impressive projects unlike anything you’ve done before.

The class focuses on technique as well as outcome. You’ll go home with finished cards as well as ideas to use for mixed media and more long into the future.

If you’ve already taken The Magical Land of Magic Stamp class with Judi it will be very helpful, but it’s not required.

To encourage comfortable feet during the class, Judi is offering a challenge and a prize: Wear unusual socks – the weirder the better – and you’ll be entered in a random drawing! (Judi will be wearing her Gustav Klimt socks from The Phillips Collection.)


Cardstock and other surfaces:  heavyweight cardstock cut to postcard or ATC size

Blank folded cards and a few envelopes

1 Claybord ATC from Ampersand Art Supply

2 Magic Stamp blocks (additional blocks will be available to purchase)

1 Sakura Pen-Touch Gold

1 Sakura Clear Glaze Pen


Rainbow ink pads

Embossing folders

Rubber stamps from Judi’s own collection

Low-relief textures (leaves, lace)

Student Supply List:

Heat tool

Basic tool kit

Colored pencils

Your favorite markers (must be compatible with the ink pads you bring)

Opaque gold pens with fine and broad nibs (Sakura Pen-Touch will be provided) or bring your brand of choice

Black fine nib permanent ink pens (Sakura Pigma Micron 005, 01, Graphic 1, and other sizes or brand of choice)

White opaque ink pens (Sakura Gelly Roll and Pen-Touch)

Assorted ink pads

Detailed stamps with lots of pattern as well as outlines with open spaces (leaves, flowers, people, animals)