Back in October I took part in True Scrap 5 - an online live virtual paper crafting extravaganza with 15 classes over two days. If you missed True Scrap 5, you now have the chance to create your own event by choosing the classes that are most interesting to you - at a great price!
Now through 12/25 (Merry Christmas!), take your pick from any (or all) 15 classes for just $9.99 each (a 25% discount from the regular price of $12.95). Each class includes a project video, a "like you were there" full scrapinar replay (about 60 minutes), and a class handout if provided by the instructor.
Click HERE to see the full list of all of the classes available.
The classes are...
with Stephanie Ackerman - for details, click HERE
Playing with Photos
with Tracy Banks - for details, click HERE
The Music of Your Life
with Monica Bradford - for details click HERE.
Creating Two-Page Layouts
with Jennifer Gallacher - for details, click HERE.
Memory-Keeping with Stamps, Dies and Punches
with Bev Grey - for details, click HERE.
Using Instagram Photos for Canvas Art
with Stephenie Hamen - for details, click HERE.
Design Your Story with Bits and Pieces
with Noell Hyman - for details, click HERE.
The Art of the Everyday: As Seen Through Your Camera Lens
with Katrina Kennedy - for details, click HERE.
Pick a Card, Any Card: Using 3x4 and 4x6 Cards on Your Pages
with Layle Koncar - for details, click HERE.
Memory Minutes: Documenting Your Stories
in Bite-Sized Chunks
with Tammy Tutterow - for details, click HERE.
Stamp It Up a Notch
with Nichol Magouirk - for details, click HERE.
From Pixels to Paper and Back
with Traci Reed and Lain Ehmann- for details, click HERE.
Ribbons and Bows
with Windy Robinson- for details, click HERE.
Four Stencils, Four Ways
with Doris Sander- for details, click HERE.
The Simple Things: A Creative Journal
with Heidi Swapp- for details, click HERE.
If you have any questions about the True Scrap 5 classes, please don't hesitate to contact me or leave a comment.
I made these simple candy cane easels a couple of years ago. You may remember them if you have been following my blog for a while. Here is the LINK to the original post if you'd like to see directions and some examples of the easel in use.
I still have a lot of decorations to put up for the holidays. Today I am on a mission to replace some of my outdoor light strings that are only lighting in some sections. If it stops raining/sleeting/snowing, I'll get them draped on the fence - they look so pretty from the sun room when you look out. Do you have more decorating to do? Presents to buy? Cards to write and cookies to bake? Enjoy the traditions - it will all get done somehow!
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