Flowers are a big thing in paper crafting these days. So many kinds, looks, and ways to use. Whether they confuse you, excite you, or you just plain struggle with them, you need to know about Flower Frenzy by Nic Howard over at Ture Scrap. This is one of 15 classes offered during the 2-day LIVE event. During this class you'll get access to the video feed (and eternal access to it after the event is over), a hand out and tons of inspiration that you'll want to put to good use in the project created to showcase your new-found skills. You'll get ideas on using pre-made flowers and creating your own. Register by March 31st and save $20
15 Classes. Two days. No flight costs. No hotel fees. No security to clear. Nothing, just you, in your jammies if you want, and tons of inspiration in tutorials on scrapbooking, stamping, photography, home decor. Plus five virtual make and takes. I don't know about you, but in my area, we're down to just one scrapbook store, and while they're good, they're not this caliber good.
Here's a little Apron Strings inspiration from Maria Swiatkowski, using the March Smaller than a Breadbox, the Pebbles line. This is part of Maria's Project Life - her version. Project Life is a Becky Higgins technique, who might I add, is the keynote at True Scrap. :D
Today's challenge is #5: Two different, but coordinating colors of cardstock, 2 sheets coordinating patterned paper, stick pin, paper clip, 2 lengths of different ribbon or baker's twine, pre-printed diecut or frame and combine these items with your oldest Christmas photos.
Life is crazy today.