Thursday, May 14, 2015

Guest Teacher Louise Nelson

Morning Class
 
 
With this layout Louise has created a unique, one of a kind, memory keepsake. If you are looking to create a beautiful layout to celebrate a special moment then this is the class for you.
 
 
Louise will share with you her signature mixed media techniques with beads and wire that will make your photo just pop right off the page and bring a tear to your eye.
If you would like to take that one step further and frame your special layout then white frames will be available for purchase at the shop at the time of the class, however please let the staff know when you are booking that you will want to purchase a frame extra.

This class is most suitable for medium to advanced level scrapbookers. This is a non theme based layout and can be used to showcase a special photo, as I have stepped it up a notch with this one and it is really quite special,
 
 
Class Information:
Saturday 16th May
10am-1pm
$19 Class + Kit
(Frame optional Extra)
 
 Please note for those wishing to book in this unfortunately
is not a class for beginners or juniors.
 
You will need to bring:
Basic scrapbooking tool kit
Palette knife
Glossy Accents
Heat tool
Black & White Photo 5 x 7.5cm

Phone 8277 1298 to Book
 
 
 
Afternoon Class
 
 
 
Another stunning layout just as inspiring as the first. It is again a unique, one of a kind, memory keepsake. Louise continues to show her love of all things beads, but there is also a special little technique that she has used that really is quite fun! It is quite subtle but really quite effective and will help to give your layout that little touch of 'special'.
 
 
Class Information:
Saturday 16th May
2pm -4.30pm
$16 Class + Kit

Phone 8277 1298 to Book
 
 This is suitable for all level scrapbookers but no juniors please.
 
You will need to bring:
Basic scrapbooking tool kit
Palette knife
Glossy Accents
Heat tool
A Black and White Photo from which face can be cut out.
The face needs to fit in a circle measuring 1 and a 1/2 inches.
 
 
To see more of Louise's work visit:
 
 

 

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