Sunday, July 12, 2009

A Day with Jen Starr!

Jen Starr is back! If you want some super fun classes drenched in techniques then these are for you! Join Jen, a certified Ranger instructor and PrimaDonna for a day of messy fun!


During this brand new class, you'll discover unique and fun ways to incorporate pigment inks as well as the NEW Alcohol ink colors into your layouts! We'll create this detailed 2-page layout using a variety of products including transparencies and some of the best new products from Ranger! Most importantly, you'll learn about the products and WHY you would choose one type of ink over another for various surfaces or techniques. So many possibilities when you get a little inky!!

Date: Monday, July 20
Time: 2:00 - 5:00 PM
Supplies: TBA
Cost: $32


This is a 5x12" chipboard tiered "Stadium Book" from my signature product line with Zsiage. We will be covering, layering, embellishing, stamping on, painting and inking to your hearts content in class! The focus of the class is that special someone or something in your life and your favorite photos that capture your favorite qualities in'll have a choice of paint colors (copper or raspberry pink - my 2 favorite colors to use with my New England line to create a gorgeous contrast). You will also receive a full set of my Chipboard "Chippies" to use throughout the book. (Title can be "That's my..." whatever you want - boy, girl, dog, home, honey, baby...just some ideas, we'll stamp it in class!). You'll learn some fun painting and distressing techniques with Ranger's Adirondack Acrylic Paint Dabbers with Distress Inks as well as some great stamping ideas and tricks.

Date: Monday, July 20
Time: 7:00 - 10:00 PM
Supplies: Basic Tool Kit including 12" trimmer, small precision scissors or x-acto knife and cutting mat, several of your favorite photos, wet and dry adhesive, sand paper or sanding tools, pencil and a black pen.
Cost: $40

**Don't forget to check out the QuicKutz Korner post below for your chance to win some QK goodness!**

1 comment:

Michelle Galloway said...

ohhh, those look like fun classes!