Wednesday, December 30, 2009

2010 Crop Schedule

I'm making a few minor changes to my class/crop schedule for the new year.

Instead of offering monthly papercrafting classes, I'll be offering one every other month, beginning in February.

Also, instead of holding our layout class and crop on the third Saturday of every month, I'll be holding it on the LAST Saturday of every month.

I hope you find this new schedule convenient, and most of all, I hope to see you at many of these fun events!

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

A card and a layout

Hi all! It's been awhile since I updated here, so I thought I'd share my two latest projects. Only two, because November and December have been very busy months for me (as for you, I'm sure).

The first is a layout I did about our Christmas vacation at Disney World in 2006. We had told the boys that the trip was their gift. They knew they'd receive stockings, but were totally surprised when they had actual gifts to open up on Christmas morning.

The next is a simple card I did. It's very easy to assemble: Just cut a strip of cardstock 4" x 12." Use your Top Score Scoreboard to score it into a trifold, then trim from each fold to the outer corner, creating the triangular flaps. Cut your patterned papers to fit, adhere, and embellish. I will be using mine to tuck a gift card into, so I kept it simple, but these cards are gorgeous all done up.

Both projects use Bazzill cardstock and the December Details paper set from AC Bailey.

Enjoy, and Merry Christmas!

Monday, December 7, 2009

December Paper Crafting Class

Saturday, December 12 10 am - 12 noon
You're going to love making this set of 8 cards and adorable matching tote! It comes together so quickly and easily, you'll amaze yourself. We'll take a workshop approach to this class, in that you will choose your patterned paper and cardstock and create the project. Then you'll have access to my inks, sentiment stamps, embellishments, and TIME to really personalize it. You'll also leave with complete instructions to recreate it again and again. Cost for the class is $15, and the deadline for signing up is this Thursday, December 10.


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