Saturday, October 10, 2009

This Friday...in Toronto...

I will be teaching a class this coming Friday (October 16, 2009) for Scrapbook & Cards Today at the CreativFestival in Toronto, ON. I will also be providing two make and takes (images below) throughout the day as well. You can register for the class by following the CreativFestival link (http://www.creativfestival.ca/).
The class includes a double page layout (image below) and a card. As part of the class, each participant will receive a 150-Xyron Sticker Maker and a Fiskars' XL Round and Round circle punch. This class is sponsored by Core'dinations ColorCore Cardstock and Jillibean Soup.
Here are some images...hopefully to tempt you even further...


Supplies: Jillibean Soup patterned paper, twine, button, printed twill, number sprouts (Alphabet Soup Collection), kraft paper; Scenic Route grid paper; Tsukineko ink; Fiskars circle punch; 3M adhesive and double-stick clear dots; Font: Another Typewriter (downloaded from the internet); other, foam layering tape.

Supplies: Core'dinations cardstock (Barn Siding/Whitewash), Jillibean Soup patterned paper, twine and journaling sprout, Maya Road chipboard, Sizzix die cut (tag), Cuttlebug embossing folder, We R' Memory Keepers corner rounder, Making Memories paint and sanding block, Hampton Art letter stamps, Tsukineko ink, other: hole reinforcer, foam layering tape.

Supplies: Core'dinations cardstock, Jillibean Soup patterned paper, kraft, journaling sprout, Maya Road chipboard, Stampin' Up scalloped circle and circle punch, Making Memories sanding block, EK Success marker, October Afternoon stamp (cloud), Hero Arts stamp (woodgrain), Tsukineko inks, Font: Teletype, other: foam layering tape.

7 comments:

  1. these are gorgeous, wish i lived near TO :D

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  2. Great Looking classes Sarah, have fun and happy thanksgiving!

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  3. These creations are just plain wonderful. I am so loving your cute little mix of products on the make n takes!

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  4. Sarah: I am registered to take your class on Friday and am even more excited now that I have seen some of your work. Question though: there are some basic tools listed as required to bring; but what about paper and photos? Is that assumed? Sorry for the silly question but this is my first scrapbooking class! Thanks so much.

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  5. Hi, Susan,
    I hope you are checking back...as I don't have an email address for you. The paper/product is all included in the class. The photos can easily be added after the class is done (at home). If you do want to bring photos though the "biggie" is 5 1/2" by 7 1/2", the black and white is 3" x 3" and the last one is 3" x 4 1/2" - these last two can be 4" x 6" photos that get cropped or cut down to size. This layout also works well with professional school photos that should be arriving home right around now. I know that my kindergarten class took their photos home today.

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  6. Thanks so much Sarah. I appreciate your feedback. I was unsure about posting my e-mail address online. See you Friday.

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  7. Wow fabulous pages and projects!

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