And here it is. The post entirely dedicated to True Scrap. Now if you thought you were correct in thinking I have mentioned or promoted True Scrap 8000 times in the last 2 months, you'd be right. BUT I have never dedicated a post entirely to my class at True Scrap. This makes it difficult when I want to link someone to the information all in one place when the info is spread through many typepad posts, some of them titles things like "The Elephant Incident" or "The egg conspiracy". I mean really. Who writes about that stuff?
So here it is, summarised in one place. You need to watch this video first though. Even if you ignore the whole rest of this post, humour me by watching my efforts on youtube. This was released on facebook about 2 days ago and I immedicately had a member of the NZ drug detection agency contact me and ask if I was spending too much time with myself. Little did she know there were more bloopers than shown in the video. There was the one where I hadn't stopped laughing at my squeaky chair again and then there was the one where the courier rang my door bell, I screamed "noooo!" as it ruined my video and then "Yesssss!" and went running from the room when my mind caught up with the fact that it was infact, a package being left at my door.
So anyway. Super promo blooper video found below.
And the link for where you can find the schedule, the info on all 17 classes, the make n takes, the class descriptions, the cost and whether or not you are allowed out of your PJs on the 20th-22nd of October? That is here.
So my part in this huge-stay-at-home-but-participate-all-you-like-and-get-the-recordings-so-you-can-look-back-anytime event? My latest class, Ready Set Distress. More info coming up!
Technique and Layout class by Nic Howard.
Beautifully detailed vintage pages are the focus of many scrapbooks these days. Inking and curling, sanding and painting, Nic has built the perfect how-to class to set you on your way to distressing perfection. Learn how to create a vintage distressed layout from start to finish, using a techniques you can apply to any project. Nic is known for her ability to create visually stimulating textures and dimensions on a scrapbook page, and now she's going to share her favourite techniques with you!
So there it is, all in one place... easily linked to and a bonus laugh-at-nic video included. Don't forget to visit the True Scrap Website to find out more, basically because the less people in my class, the less I get paid. That's being honest, right? It's just the kids are sick of 2-minute noodles and cheese on toast.