Saturday, January 28, 2012

February Classes...Collage Frames Sneak Peek

Who wouldn't like to make a collage frame with this kind of subject matter?  What a doll baby --- my sweet Olive Jane.
Check out my schedule below for my Collage Frames Brunch Bunch Class, along with lots of other stamping fun for February!

Here's the schedule for February classes and events:

February 1 - 29
Sale-A-Bration Continues / Earn free products by:
  • Placing an order with me.
  • Placing an online order through my website.
  • Hosting a workshop with me.
  • Signing up to become a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator and joining my Team.
February 6
Hostess Scrapbook Club / 6:00-8:30
We'll make a layout featuring the Beau Chateau and/or S-A-B DSP (I'm still deciding:) + work on a ceramic tile project.
We'll also continue work on our mini album we started at our January crop.

February 9
Team Meeting / 10:00-Noon
We'll be making projects using some of our new products from S-A-B and the Occasions Mini.

February 13
Scraps and Prayers / 6:00-8:00
We'll continue our year-long project we started for scrapbooking our year, by creating a fun winter snow layout.  Everyone is welcome, so come and join us!

February 18
Brunch Bunch / 9:30-1:00
We'll enjoy a brunch and social time and then work on our featured project ---  
     COLLAGE FRAMES.

Here again is the frame I just finished for my studio, along with some close-ups.  This uses the new Sale-A-Bration papers --- Everyday Enchantment.  I've also used the coordinating ribbons and brads.  The stamp sets are:
Word Play, Letter It and Outlined Occasions.
I've used stamps, markers, punches, dies, brads, ribbons, DSP, rhinestones, framelits, and some embossing powder (for the letters).  I will have lots of products out and available for you to use to personalize your frame.






 Here's what you need to decide:
  • Choose 1 of the 3 frame styles shown below --- first come / first served.
  • Decide the 'theme' for your project --- a gift for a friend / a project to display in your own studio / whatever else you might decide to do with it.                              
  • Suggestions:  birthday, wedding, Christmas, child's room or your favorite things, such as --- when I made the frames for my studio --- I included a sea star, a sand dollar, dragonflies, music, favorite card fronts (some made by close friends), hearts, reminders from my teaching days, watches, inspirational quotes and my first Stampin' Up! stamp (the mouse).
  • Choose from my papers and stamps how you would like to decorate yours.  I'll have lots of supplies and stamps, punches and dies available for you to use while working on your framed project.
Here are the frame choices:
I'll reserve the frame you choose at the time you pay to register.
The first frame is 11 X 14" and has 8 sections you can decorate as you choose.  It can be turned any direction that you'd like to position your section openings for display.  This is the style I used in my studio.
The second frame is 8 X 18" and has 8 sections for you to decorate.  It, too, can be turned any direction that you'd like to position your section openings for display.
The third frame is 12 X 16" and has 4 sections to decorate.  It can be displayed horizontally or vertically.

Here are the frames I have in my studio -- showcasing some of my favorite things:
These 3 frames are the same size and style as the first one I showed you above.  You can see how I gave the middle one a different orientation than the other 2.  You have lots of choices how you can use them.

Your project can include artwork AND photos or just artwork --- your choice.

So... think about what you'd like to do for your project and give me a call or email.  Let's get you signed up for a super fun class.  Use this opportunity to not only have fun, but to create something to keep and enjoy for years to come.  It will be a great gift/keepsake for yourself or a special someone.


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