JoElle is visiting Scrapbook Paradise and bringing her talent with her!! She will be offering an exclusive class just to us! See below for details. Spots are limited so sign up soon!
iSee My Story Mini Album:
Date & Time: August 9th, 6-9pm
Class Size: 20 Students; please no kits – they will need to come to class.
Supplies students need to bring to class: Craft Mat, bone folder or brayer, scissors, a variety of adhesive, a ruler (preferably the Tim Holts Idea-ology one), a pencil and Distress Ink (optional) in Antique Linen or Brushed Corduroy, Peacock Feathers or Broken China, Worn Lipstick and Spiced Marmalade. The following items are not required but, if you own a Crop a Dile, Zutter Round it All (the 1/2” pink one), and a Tim Holtz Tiny Attacher and could bring them, it will help the class move along much faster
Class Description: I don’t know about you ladies but I take A LOT of pictures with my smart phone –mostly because I ALWAYS have it with me. However, I find that it is hard to enjoy and share these little memory morsels when they sit in the confines of my phone and when I try to print them out into full 4×6 photos for my albums –well, ‘disappointing’ is the word that comes to mind. These images that look so crisp and perfect on my phone are grainy and out of focus when enlarged and printed. So I thought, “How can I better enjoy and share these wonderful little 2×2 snippets of my life?”And do you know what? I heard you asking the same thing. No, really…I heard you… all way in Portland. So, here I am (through the encouragement of Laura and the hospitality of my good friend, Isa) with an invitation for you to share an evening of creativity and iPhoto inspiration. In addition to receiving information on improving your iPhoto quality and getting photos off your phone, you will create a delightful mini album from the ground up (or from the chipboard up at least). You will learn a great little book binding technique, make a darling yo-yo flower and have options for customizing your 20 page mini album perfect for iPhone photos OR 2×2 versions of your regular camera photos (for those of you who have not been sucked in to the smart phone craze yet). These books make fabulous gifts and are kinda like potato chips. . . you can’t make just one. Looking forward to seeing you all. – JoElle