Friday, August 27, 2010

Scottie Crafts

First up Scottie crafts has some awesome new products in. They have have had a fantastic shipment of new Cambridge and Learning Curve , boy and school themed papers and stickers from Bo Bunny, Gorgeous vintage christmas papers from Graphics 45 and stunning Portobello Road , Market Street, Madison Avenue and Union Square glitter papers and chipboard titles from My Mind’s Eye arrive and they are in the shop now…

These won’t last long so get in fast!

Visit their website to see what’s new instore…

Here are my classes at Scotties Crafts next week.

Thursday 2nd of September morning classes (10am – noon)

**Vintage Travel **

Have fun creating a layout using versatile papers from the “Pack your Bags” range by Little Yellow Bicycle along with cuttlebug , tearing and embossing techniques. This layout is great for your Travel photos as well as boy photos and can easily be adapted to a girl layout with the addition of some flowers from the shop. Please bring your basic kit including your cutting mat, fine cutting tool and some dimensional dots. This layout includes two six by four photos one of which will be cut into an oval shape.

So phone or email soon to book your seat..!!

Cost is $15 for the class plus some product Book soon by phoning 415 0040

Or email

Vintage Vogue by Beverley

Friday the 3rd September – Week Three – Remember me

Get crafty with doilies, ink, and Tim Holtz alterations to create a vintage look with your layout. This layout can be for either a large landscape photo or two smaller photos. Places are strictly limited so book early. Each class in this series costs $15 plus an initial cost of a kit which is used as a base for the series.

Please bring a basic kit including adhesives , craft mat, trimmer and distress tool if you have one.

Secure your place in this series of classes by phoning 09 415 0040

Or email

1 comment:

  1. Bev, i just had to drop by and thank you for such a wonderful class at Scttie crafts this Thursday night. Although we miss Wendy, of course, you were terrific, and we hope we didn't scare you off with our sense of joy and camaraderie. The page you taught us was beautiful, and we all look forward to working with you again.
    Thanks again.