Thursday, December 13, 2012

Rest of December and January class calendars

Hi folks!

Here's the calendar for the rest of December, and the month of January.  Sorry they are late, like the rest of the world, the beginning of December kind of got away from me. Need something to look forward to?? PaperEd is putting out several new classes in February!  Watch for them on the February calendar.

As always, if you are interested in a particular topic or kind of  class, let me know. I'm always willing to add the classes that people are most interested in. I'll post a list of the complete paperEd lineup in a separate post, so that you know what there is to choose from. :-)

Here we go...

December 18, 6-8 pm Mini Paper Bag album
---bring your favorite christmas stuff, and make a fun mini album in just one night!
December 20, 6-8 pm Smashed - A Class for Smash
---seen the smash(tm) line but don't know where to start? I'll show you how!

January 6, 13, 20 and 27, 4:30 to 6:30 pm, Spotted Canary School
---This is a beginner scrapbooking course for the newbie, but also offers some great design, lettering and photo information for someone who has been scrapbooking for awhile. See the poster in the store for more information, or contact me!  Take home guide is included in the price of the class.
January 8, 6-8 pm tINKer Time
---play with Tim Holtz inks and practice techniques on tags that you can use in projects.
January 12, 9:30-11:30 am, Smashed - A class for Smash
---seen the smash(tm) line but don't know where to start? I'll show you how!
January 15, 6-8 pm, project ME
---use the new Creative Chaos line, or a Smash journal and learn techniques to brighten up the book with information about...YOU.
January 19, 5-9 pm, $5 crop
---use the time to work on projects!
January 22, 6-8 pm, Punched Card Tricks
---make several different cards using a single punch
January 24, 5-9 pm, $5 crop
---another chance to work on those projects, with access to the classroom tools!
January 27, 2:30-4:30 pm, Cricut Card Tricks
---Use the Sophisticated cartridge to make four great new cards. Get more comfortable with your Cricut, or try it before you buy it!

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