Scrap booking class

  • June 14, 2013 · 6:30 PM
  • Beth Anderson

Join us (in my home) for a Scrappy evening on the second Friday of every other month, from February through October, and explore fun and exciting scrapbooking techniques!  We will make a 2 page, 12x12" layout at each class, experimenting with different layout designs, stamping and scrapbooking techniques, and all the latest and greatest Stampin' Up! papers and embellishments.  If you're wanting to launch into the world of scrapbooking, or have a ton of photos sitting around collecting dust, waiting to be put into albums, then these are the classes for you!

At this class, we will be making a classic black and white layout using some brand new black/vanilla SU designer paper called "Modern Medley" as well as the new Mosaic stamp set and it's matching punch.  The inspiration for this layout, came from a super cute hexagon layout I saw in the CTMH catalog.  I used 5 vertical black and white 4x6 photos for my layout, but you could vary that according to what you have. Check out the photos link here: http://www.meetup.com/Flathead-Valley-Stampers/photos/15416882/ to see close ups of the layout. So, get your black and white photos in a stack, and come scrap the night away with us!


Class fee is $10 or free with a $30 order. 

As always, friends are welcome, just include them in your RSVP! Space is limited to the first 10 to RSVP.

Stampingly,

Beth Anderson

Directions to my house: Go North on Stillwater Road -- make a sharp left to go around the LHC Gravel Pit -- continue North on Stillwater Road.  Turn Right on Jossie Lane -- look for a row of mailboxes on the left, and a long row of pine trees on the right -- that's our road.  We are the first house on the left -- 151 Jossie Lane.

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