This week on Paper Crafter’s Library’s Technique Thursday, Tracy introduces us to the Spritzed Paper Towel Embellishments technique. This technique is a great way to add texture to your projects while re-using paper towels that you may have used to clean up your work station with. It’s a win-win technique!
For those of you unfamiliar with Technique Thursday , this is where we create and feature projects for our Club 52 online class (our year-long technique club), which our Paper Crafter’s Library members also access as a free benefit of their membership.
If you’re interested in checking out what we’ve covered so far, you can look at our Club 52 page. If you’re a technique junkie and would like to learn new techniques (as many of them are ones we have created), or revisit old ones – you can still sign up from this page – you’ll be able to access all 51 weeks we’ve done so far, plus the remaining weeks, and your access to the classroom will last for 15 months.
And now, we’d like to announce the winner of the May Arts ribbon shown below:
…and the winner is Natasha Poteraj! Here is what Natasha wrote:
Congratulations Natasha! Please email us at email@example.com and put “May Arts Winner” in the subject line so that we can get your prize to you.
Be sure to stop by May Arts blog to find out who the winner of this gorgeous ribbon is!
Finally, if you are not already receiving our weekly email newsletter, make sure you take a minute to sign up from the top right sidebar of our blog. Every Monday we create an exclusive project with a video tutorial for all of our newsletter subscribers and Paper Crafter’s Library members. So make sure that you sign up now, so that you don’t miss out!