Monday, March 8, 2010

A Little Card Class $21
Robin has put together this Little Card Class for you using a variety of products and techniques. Class size is limited to 10 students so register early to get into this one. Here's what she says about his class, "In this class we’ll use “a little” scrapbooking paper, “a little” stamping, “a little” inking, and “a little” ribbon to make these cards. Students will use a few different techniques to add color to their stamped images and go home with six completed cards and envelopes."
What to Bring:
Non-stick craft sheet
Detail scissors
Paper-to-paper adhesive
Crop-a-dile if you have one

Spring card class $18
In this class taught by Janet, students will make a St. Patrick's Day card, two Easter-themed cards and a Spring-related card. Heat embossing, Spellbinders and QuicKutz dies will all be used on these cards.
What to bring:
color markers in: light green, pink and yellow
pink chalk ink
adhesives: glue stick or runner
pop dots
Xyron 150 if you have one

Scrapbook Virgins $12
You've toyed with the idea of preserving your favorite photos in a scrapbook. You buy some papers and stickers, pull out your photos, spread it all on the table . . . and feel so overwhelmed and lost that you give up before you even get started!
Pull those photos back out and join us at Scrap Tales in this 2-hour course that will put you at ease and give you the confidence you need to get started on your personal journey of preserving your memories.
In Scrapbook Virgins we'll focus on the basics - tools (paper trimmers, adhesive, and scissors), papers (cardstocks), cropping and layout. You'll leave knowing the fundamental tools of creating your very first scrapbook pages. This class is geared toward the novice.
Students need to bring:
3-5 photos (4X6) of the same theme or event.

If you have them bring: paper trimmer or scissors, dry adhesive; if you do not have them we highly recommend waiting to purchase till after class so you have an opportunity to try-before-you-buy.

Clearly Winter $37
Clear albums can be so much fun! From beginning to end we're teased with a little sneak peek of what's to come. If you've been putting off trying one because you just don't know how to start, then join me for a day of fun, relaxation and creating! We'll create a beautiful Winter-themed acrylic album in blues and whites using Staz-on ink and lots of Art Institute Glitters. We'll dress it up with some dangles, charms and ribbons. I'll provide acrylic book, tips, techniques, stamps and embellishments.
Bring a sack lunch as we may be here awhile!
Once you have registered begin selecting your photos. Students should bring lots of winter-themed photos in a variety of sizes from 1X1 up to 4X6 (see more info below). This class will be held on the main floor.
What to Bring:
Any stamps you would like to use on your pages - random script, flourishes and background patterns work best (I'll have a selection of stamps as well)
Clear drying liquid adhesive (I used Ranger's Glossy Accents and Beacon's Gem Tac - we carry both)
Your favorite permanent dry adhesive (you'll want permanent and very tacky)
Staz-on ink in opaque white

Tools: Crop-a-dile, non-stick craft sheet, self-healing cutting mat (12X12 Size for work surface), an old magazine, scissors & paper trimmer

Photos: Photos work best in the word books when they are printed at a smaller size. I printed mine in 4X6, wallet, mini wallet and index size. It's also a good use of photos that can stand some cropping done to them. Bring extras in varying sizes and it's easier to work into the pages.
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Beginner Silhouette  $20

Learn to use your Silhouette electronic die-cutting machine - from getting it set up, using the cutting and sketching features, creating new paper size options, to making your own designs. Laura will also walk students through downloading additional fonts, learning to use the site and your download card. Students will leave this class with the knowledge they need to use their new Silhouette.
What to bring: your laptop computer, your Silhouette and everything that came with it in the box.

Call Scrap Tales and get Registered for any of these classes coming up this week.

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