Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Classes and Crop Activities

For those who have been following me here you will know that Scrapalicious in Mississuaga will soon be closing its doors. This is very sad for me as I have loved teaching there and I have loved being a part of the Scrapalicious family.  What can you do but move on. So move on I am.

My new main hangout will be One Crazy Stamper in Bolton. As always I will be posting info regarding my classes on my blog. My classes will also be available on her website and you can even book your class on line.
I have dates for my classes through to December so that you can mark them in your calendar. Hopefully the drive to Bolton is not too far for you. Here are the dates:

Saturday October 8TH 1PM & Wednesday October 12TH 11:30AM
Fall themed 2 page layout class using Basic Grey papers, Die cuts and stamps.

Wednesday November 9TH 11:30AM & Saturday November 12TH 1PM - Kaisercraft's Treasure Box (advent calendar) 11:30am (3 hour+ class)

Saturday November 19TH 1PM & Wednesday November 23RD 11:30am
Halloween themed 2 page layout class using Authentique papers, Sizzix die cuts and a variety of stamps

Saturday December 3rd 1PM  & Wednesday December 7th 11:30AM
Winter/Christmas themed 2 page layout. Papers not yet chosen.

As always, your basic tools are required. It is always helpful if you bring your own ink blending tool, craft mat and BigShot or Cuttlebug when required.

If you are planning to head out to Scrapfest in Oshawa this October, I will be doing make-n-takes at the crop there and I will be doing Sizzix make-n-takes at Scrapbooks and Smiles booth. Come out and see me there.

This weekend I am heading to Bowmanville to teach a class there for The Crop Stop and then later in October I am heading out to Laval, Quebec to teach at my friends store Scrapbook Quebec. This last stop should be loads of laughs as Ludmila and I always have a great time together. She will be translating for me as I speak no French. This will be my first time showing off what you can do with Vintaj jewelry pieces and their new tools from Sizzix.

Stay tuned for more updates as I have many things in the works.

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