CHA Workshop… hope to see you there!
I am thrilled to be able to teach a workshop at CHA this year. F & W Media asked me to create a project using techniques taught in my book “Delight In The Details” which will be released at the show. Of course I was thrilled to have been asked and certainly accepted the opportunity. I will only be teaching this workshop once and I kept it small… only 50 people as I really like to be able to interact with as many people one on one as possible. I will also share a few make n takes that you can easily recreate in your store. Just a little added bonus in the class. I will have instructions available via email in PDF form for those stores that are present.
Below is a sneak peek of the project. F & W Media asked that I create a project that could be completed in 90 min. as it is fun to leave with a finished project in hand. Not sure about you but if I don’t finish something during class I usually don’t get it completed and it sits in a pile among all the other non-completed projects.
Registration is now open.
Monday, January 25, 2010
7:00 AM – 9:00 AM
Difficulty: All Levels
Supplies: Paper trimmer, crop-o-dile, sanding block
Join Lisa M. Pace, author of Delight in the Details, as she leads you through the creation of a “You R 2 Tweet” mini banner. In this project, you will be using products by Clearsnap, Fiskars, iLoveToCreate, a Duncan Enterprises Co., Jenni Bowlin, Maya Road, and Ranger. During this workshop, you will learn a variety of techniques that can be applied to future scrapbooking and papercrafting projects. Plus, you get to take home all the products provided and get a copy of Lisa’s new book.
Instructor: Lisa Pace
Sponsor: F&W Media Inc.
Now let me just tell you right up front…. you will be leaving with a TON OF FREEBIES…. Clearsnap, Fiskars, F & W Media, iLoveToCreate, a Duncan Enterprises Co., Jenni Bowlin, Maya Road and Ranger have been VERY GENEROUS with product and I cannot thank them enough. You will be leaving with my new book “Delight In The Details”, tools, inks, Stickles, papers, adhesives, Chipboard etc.
Bring a bag… you are going to need it.