Colour! or is it Color? We start on Thursday so I'm after last minute sign-ups! Big Picture has put up a blog post here showing you all the content that is included. It's one of those classes that are jam-packed with stuff and they really wanted you to see how much there is - so take a lookie! I love the way each of my videos are still-shot with me making a weirdo face in each one LOL nice!
Anyway, take a look there, and here is a repeat of some of the info below - it's a great class (ask anyone who has taken it before - we have FUN!) , splash out and join me!
The Class Description:
Do you love colour? Do you want to immerse yourself in a workshop that takes you through a whole rainbow of possibilities? Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo and Violet… colours are all around us! They reflect our mood and fill our scrapbooks; it’s time to celebrate the colours we use!
Join Nic Howard for ‘Colour! or is it Color?’, an exciting 6 week workshop that will be a true celebration of the gorgeous colours all around us. Nic is known for her beautifully detailed projects, and in this workshop you’ll get the added bonus of learning some of Nic’s favourite techniques as well as building a library of valuable colour theory!
You’ll learn a variety of things from the way colours affect the mood of our pages, to how to use colours together effectively, to RED hot techniques! Nic will bring you this and more in step by step format with plenty of examples, tips and techniques, week after week. From the smallest of details, to the largest of projects, we all need to know how to enjoy all the gorgeousness the rainbow has to offer, click here to learn more, you won’t want to miss this class!
Frequently Asked Questions:
Can you tell me, what will we be doing?
As mentioned in the class description, we do everything from colour theory to practical, hands on, good old creating layouts! The class includes a large amount of sketches, guest artists, challenges, giveaways, step-by-step instructions, videos of me dancing to old 1950’s songs… you know, just the usual…
Is this class project based, or layout based?
This is a layout based class. You will receive instructions for the occasional other project, such as the tags above, but in general, the weekly assignments and step by step instructions are for layouts.
What if I can’t keep up?
Big Picture Classes have forever access. Participate as much or as little as you wish. All the materials are accessible forever, you can come along on a crazy colour-filled 6 week ride with us all, or do it at your own pace, it’s up to you!
Do I need specific materials?
I supply materials lists for many of the layouts, but nah, dive into that stash, use up product you already have, unless you really want to go shopping?…
If I completed Dimensional Details with you, will I be repeating things by joining this class?
No – this is new stuff. I do cover some of the Dimensional Details techniques in pre-class but that is just to get those that didn’t sit that class up to speed with a few techniques. Join in, I’d love to see you!
Will this class suit the digital scrapbooker?
My class teaches colour theory, which translates to both digital and paper scrapbooking, but all of the assignments and all of the techniques are paper based. There are no digital templates in my class. Whether or not you think it will suit you, as a digital scrapbooker, depends on how well you adapt paper techniques to digital scrapbooking. We have had plenty of digital scrapbookers join in the last round, they loved it - you probably will too!
Are the layouts 12x12"or smaller?
The assignments are all for 12x12" layouts. Some of the examples are 8.5x11" though! Although I use the bigger size, I would hope that if you scrapped in a smaller size, that it would be easy to convert!
Nic, can you give me information on what kind of techniques you cover in this class?
Oh my goodness, there are many! Mostly techniques that are not difficult. Just interesting techniques that can be adapted to be used a whole lot, of just add a small touch to your page.
Ok. I’m just about convinced. Give me one more reason why I should join in…
Just one reason? Seriously. I have hundreds of reasons in the form of testimonials from those that sat in on my last class. Please, ask around. I’m a perfectionist. I love detail. I pack so much into these classes that my family eat 2-minute-noodles and tomato sauce for weeks while I work on it. Please make that worthwhile for them. I’d love to see you there!