Category Archive: Free Scrapbooking Classes

Jan 04

Mixed Media Scrapbook Page Using Distress Crayons

Hi everyone! I can’t believe it has been so long since the last post here – sometimes life just gets in the way. One of my favourite new products from 2016 was the Tim Holtz Distress Crayons. Last week I used the crayons to create a background for a scrapbook page and I thought I …

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Sep 30

Stamped candle

Providing I have scheduled this correctly it should pop up around the time we are doing this on retreat. This time of year I am always looking for something small to make as a thank-you to all of the specialist teachers my children have. We are very lucky to have quite a few of these …

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Nov 20

Christmas Card Step by Step

I can’t believe it’s just over a month until Christmas! It is most definitely time to be making those Christmas Cards so I thought I would share a card design with you. I have listed the products used but of course you can substitute with your own supplies. Here is the card – Supplies My …

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Aug 02

July Altered Canvas Class

Last weekend I ran an altered canvas class that featured a number of Collections products. A few of the finished canvases have been uploaded to the gallery and I love the way Marion and Kathy have personalised the canvas by adding different elements and a photo. This is Sue-Maree’s canvas – she has mostly followed …

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Jul 21

Serviette Collage Page – Step by Step.

I am clearing some older posts out of the forum but couldn’t bring myself to just delete the classes so¬† I am going to showcase them on the blog before deleting. This great class from Susan certainly contains a lot of wonderful hints and tips. Requirements a photo…I have used a 6 x 8 but …

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Mar 28

Free Scrapbooking Class with Anna

Yesterday Anna ran an absolutely scrapbooking fantastic class which gives heaps of hints and tips for creating a scrapbooking page. If you haven’t checked it out already make sure you do. This is Anna’s finished page –