Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Why not head Back to School too!

Hello my Scrappy friends!

Are you feeling left out now that your kids are on their way back to school? Why not join them in some Back-to-School scrapbooking and cardmaking classes of your own!??

For September's Workshops I am featuring our newest paper collection 'Typeset' for just this occasion:

Workshops on the Go™ Typeset Kit Contents

Typeset Level 2 Paper PacketMy Acrylix® 
Typeset Workshop Stamp Set (C-size)
Milepost Shapes
Create-a-Shade® Pearl Paint
Workshop Guide

Featured Colors: Desert Sand, Juniper, Creme Brulee

Follow the included step-by-step instructions to create the two-page layout featured in the workshop guide. The layout pattern is a Jeanette Lynton original created exclusively for this workshop. Then use your remaining materials and online tips to create an additional layout and a bonus project, shown in the guide.

featured Workshop layout 

left page

right page

additional layout
and these are the Bonus cards:

The bonus project, five Art Philosophy cards, requires the following additional items (not included in the workshop kit):

1 – Dark Neutral Cardstock Shade Pack (X5912)
1 – Wooden Designer Buttons (Z1387)

Add this workshop kit plus the additional items for the bonus project to your shopping list and create three great projects—it's an excellent value!

Some basic tools you may already have, such as inks, stamp blocks, or how-to books are needed to complete these projects. The Cricut® Art Philosophy cartridge is also required (Cricut® Art Philosophy Collection Z1686). 

If you are attending one of my Workshops in person...these tools are available for you to use.

CLICK on over to my Workshop info tab for more information or email me to find out how these Workshops can 'work' for you!

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Hey all! I just need to make mention that all content is by me, unless otherwise noted
and I ask that you don't copy or re-create any of the artwork posted on here for submissions to contests, publication or profit. But feel free to "lift" for your own personal use, all I ask is that you give credit where credit is due! Thanks.