Friday, July 30, 2010

New Class: Art Journaling 101

If you've been fascinated by the art journaling movement but a little nervous about actually starting...

Technique Arsenal: Art Journaling 101 is for you!



We'll be covering fun techniques, what products to use, how to find your creative style, how to be more creative in your life, and how to apply what you learn in class to all your artistic endeavors including scrapbooking and mixed-media projects.



Class is on August 28th from 10:30 AM-1PM. The cost is $35.00.




The class kit includes a handmade journal, masks, die-cut chipboard, patterned paper, and a few special surprises. During class you will have access to paints, sprays, oil pastels, stamps and punches and will have time to experiment with all these products! It's going to be a messy creative blast!




Due to the nature of this class, size is limited so please sign-up early to reserve your spot.


See you soon!

xoxo
Bethany

4 comments:

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Me and Heidi will be there...we will be signing up soon! :):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):)

Marit said...

I don't doubt you will have a lot of fun Bethany! Getting messy while journaling is the most fun thing to do - it makes everyone happy! Have a nice weekend dear!

Heidi said...

yep, julie & i will be there!!!! just as excited to see the journal on your blog as i was IRL!!! in the midst of creating my own junque journal right now, too, using some of the technique you taught us in the star mini book class!!!!!

VICKI IN AZ said...

Ok you rock my socks off!!

I noticed this class before on the web site but seeing your post on it makes me really want to be there. I consider myself a very creative person.

Ok, here is the problem, I know you here this all the time, that someone hates their handwriting. But for real, the only thing that saves my journaling skills is typing. I have a very pronounced tremor, one that makes my handwriting unreadable most of the time. I am not putting myself down I am just getting real, know what I mean?

Anyway would there be any point in my taking the class, I notice there are many places where you have handwritten beautifully.

Thanks for listening.

Vicki