Thursday, December 1, 2011

Don't Miss Out on These Fun Classes This Weekend

Friday, Dec. 2 - Sacred Place with Kelly Kilmer from 12:30 - 4:30. Cost is $70.00. Combine luscious handmade paper, waxed linen thread, glue, collage ephemera and a plethora of techniques to create this one of a kind journal handmade by you! I will dig deep into my bag of tricks and teach you what I know about working in this unique book! Learn composition, design, color, lettering and more as you work hands on in your new journal. Experiment with paper, tape, transparencies, stickers, rub ons and MORE! Think making a journal is difficult? You won’t after this class. If you want to focus the majority of class time on learning a variety of collage techniques and creating pages, then this is the class for you! You will walk out of class not only with a new journal but with your head full of new ideas and possibilities! Supply list: Scissors, small selection of favorite collage ephemera, bone folder, cork back metal ruler, roll of waxed paper, roll of paper towels, permanent black inkpad, container to hold water, 1" brushes to glue (I like chip or bristle brushes), a few of your favorite glue sticks.

Friday, Dec. 2 - Postcard with Jessica Hollowell from 6;30 to 8:30. Cost is $10.00. All materials supplied. You might want to bring your own precision scissors.
Saturday, Dec. 3 - Holiday Fun with Wendy Poma from 10:30 - 2. Cost is $40.00. Wendy is always such fun to take a class from and her books are beautiful and such fun to journal, sketch or give as a gift to someone. All materials are provided by Wendy. There will be pizza, and other fun things.

Sunday, Dec. 4 - Carson Demo Class - Seasonal Cards with Lori Lai from 12:15 - 4:15. Cost is $50.00. You will create 5 wonderful cards. Lori will be using the "new" green & red print Yuzen (Hanko) papers that just came in the week of the Carson Convention. Also, she will be showing people how to use the "new" Kimono "die cuts" by Hanko which also came in the same week. The two dies match Hanko's Kimono stamps.  For those of you who don't "DO" kimonos the actual project uses a Spellbinder's ornament die. She was feeling sort of festive when she saw the 2 papers so that's why the projects have a seasonal look to them.
Supplies List: regular tape, personal paper trimmer, small "x"- xyron sticker maker (if you own one), paper piercer, foam mounting tape, double sided tape, bone folder, pencil/eraser, scissors, adhesive tape runner (such as Mono adhesive) or any other Basic Stamping Kit.

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