Have you ever wondered why it is that some scrapbookers' layouts are identifiable a mile away? Have you ever though, "I wish I could figure out what my scrapbooking style is?" If you can answer yes to either of those questions, this class is for you.
Meet with me on either Saturday, May 17th (6:30pm) or Saturday, May 24th (6:30pm) for a workshop style class. This is going to be an interactive class, so I'm keep the class size down to 6 people. We'll be discussing what factors can go into helping you discover your scrapping style, key things to look at in that process, and some practical steps for pinpointing those things.
Please bring with you:
-two pieces of cardstock in your favorite colors-several pieces of your favorite patterned papers
-an embellishment or two that you bought for no reason except that you just love it
-anything that you tend to reach for time and time again on your layouts
-some favorite photos (either you like the way they look, or they stir a strong emotion in you)-basic tools (trimmer, adhesive, pens, scissors)
-clippings from magazines, both scrapbooking related and not; these need to be things that strike your eye for some reason or another
You will go home with a Design Workbook that you will be able to refer to as you continue to grow more comfortable in your scrapbooking style.
Instructor: Virginia Tillery
Call Scrap Etc. at 985-9323 to sign up!
(please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions!)
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