*We are giving away 2 spots to the Holiday Cards 2014 Class – to enter to win please leave a comment in the comments section of this post*
It’s that time of year again when stores have started to stock their shelves with Christmas merchandise and gift-giving ideas are starting to appear in our mailboxes, on tv and online. It can seem overwhelming to start thinking about Christmas when Canadian Thanksgiving has just barely ended and American Thanksgiving is still a month away…..but as I’ve learned from past years – it’s never too early to start planning and prepping! There’s no worse feeling than hitting December 1st and feeling panic set in because there is still SO much to do.
For the past few years I’ve started getting ready for Christmas EARLY – and I’d like to help YOU get started early too. That’s why I’d like to invite you to join me in this 2 week Christmas and Holiday card class.
Over the course of the next two weeks we’ll be making 16 different Christmas cards EACH with a video tutorial and beautifully designed PDF handout. This class centers around 4 different Stampin’ Up! stamp sets, and I’ll show you how to create 4 different cards with each stamp set. The cards will range from simple to more advanced and will cover a variety of different techniques including colouring with Blendabilities, watercoloring with dye inks & a blender pen, dry embossing, die cutting and a few special folds cards.
Please note that although this class uses Stampin’ Up! product, the card designs and techniques are pretty EASILY adapted to Christmas and Holiday stamp sets from your other favorite companies.
*** If you are a Paper Crafter’s Library member please DO NOT sign up for this class as the projects are included in your membership ***
Your registration comes with LIFETIME access to all Holiday Cards videos & PDFs.
|Class Type||Class Dates||SALE Price|
|Self-paced||Oct. 27, 2014 to
Nov. 7, 2014
* a $5 discount off the regular price of the class is being offered if you sign up by Thursday, October 23rd.
In order to fully enjoy and participate in this class you will need access to a computer and high speed internet. A full supply list is posted in the classroom once you join. At the very least you will need:
- Christmas or Holiday themed stamp sets (the 4 main stamp sets used are Wondrous Wreath, Festival of Trees, Get Your Santa On and Cheerful Christmas – full supply list is posted in the class once you are registered). Please note that you can substitute other stamp sets.
- A variety of sentiment stamp sets
- Dye-based inks
Most other card designs & supplies can be adapted or substituted if you don’t have the exact thing we used.
Please note that all lessons, PDF handouts, and videos are provided in English. At this time, videos are not subtitled or captioned. You will need high-speed internet access in order to properly view the videos.
Because this is digital content – in most cases class fees are non-refundable. If however you have paid for the class and are unable to access the classroom, please notify us within 7 days of registering for a full refund.
*** If you are a Paper Crafter’s Library member please do NOT sign up for this class as the projects are included in your membership ***
Once you have registered please keep your eye on your email inbox for an email for us with further details on how you will access the class information. You should receive this email within 24 hours of your purchase. If you do not see an email in your inbox please check your spam folder. For questions please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Art Journal Express Video Tutorial
Welcome to another edition of Art Journal Express brought to you by me, Andrea, from one of my personal blogs Andrea Walford Designs.
Art Journal Express a free video tutorial series where I show you how I created one of my art journal pages from start to finish. Because a typical art journal page takes between 20 minutes to an hour for me to create – which makes for a super long video to upload to You Tube, and for you to watch – the video clips are sped up, rather than having you watch what I’m doing in real time – hence the word “express” in Art Journal Express. However, what makes these video tutorials different from most of the “sped up” art journaling video tutorials out there is that I narrate for you exactly what I’m doing and what I’m using – that way, even though you’re watching a “fast forward” version, you don’t miss a single detail.
The videos are hosted on a You Tube Channel that is separate from the Paper Crafter’s Library You Tube Channel, so if you don’t want to miss a single edition of Art Journal Express please subscribe to that You Tube Channel (you can do so from the video tutorial page from today’s post).
Today’s page is called “Shine” – shown below. You can watch a video tutorial HERE.