Hi everybody, I hope this finds you all feeling renewed, like a reset button has been pushed with Easter. (And. Word! to my Peeps and Hooligans!)
Here is the next class offered at Treasures of the Heart: "Mixed Media Techniques" This class will focus on learning several ageing, edging and surface effects currently seen in home decor and mixed media artwork magazines. These paint and mixed media techniques will be applicable for Home Decor projects, tole paint projects and useful for many applications and backgrounds. Current multi-dimensional effects will be shown and discussed. To see a few of the examples stop by Treasures of the Heart. I hope to have these together and there for you to see by Apr.16 am.
Bring yourself and a passion for learning! This is going to be an exciting class. Everything is provided. Class will be Wed. evening Apr. 22 at 6:00. Fee is 25. (A second class for this is tentatively scheduled for Sat. May 2 at 10:30 am) Sign up with Belinda or call Treasures of the Heart for more information at 863-4466. I'll look forward to seeing you there. You also may email me at firstname.lastname@example.org (As always, Starbucks & treats will be served. And, I think we'll have some nice tea this time since it's an evening class.)
Please note that classes are updated here on my blog at http://www.cathedralofdreams.blogspot.com/
Here's a helpful tip. The left hand sidebar entitled "Bread Crumb trail" is useful when searching for "projects" or "classes" etc. And you just never know - you may see yourself here!
Also, some of my latest designs can be seen in these publications:
New publication Somerset Apron*ology Also on stands now is Somerset Home issue volume 3. Crafts 'n Things coming August issue. There is another design in the pipeline with Crafts 'n things coming soon also. Other big things are in the works- will let you know when I can.
And, be sure to visit http://www.totally-creative.com/ where I am now an online columnist. This subscripted online magazine is filled with lots of fun projects from many designers you've become acquainted with in some of your favorite magazines. People like Barbara Matthiessen,
Laurie D'Ambrosio, Ann Krier, Madeline Faiella, to name a few.
(Just a few of the future things in the works: my online interviews with http://www.indiepublic.com/. And another online interview with Denise Clason- I'll let you know more when these processes are completed)
Just a reminder- look for the Exquisite Decoupage Kit available in the fall 2009 from Barnes & Noble for more of my designs. This is a companion to the book released last year under the same name.