Monday, January 25, 2010

Classes are filling fast!

Just a quick update to let you know that space is now very limited for both the Pooh "Bee Mine" class as well as the online "My Heart Leaps 4 U" class. (see pictures below for both).

I believe there are only 2 spots available for "Bee Mine" and 3 spots remaining for the online class. Please don't wait if you are interested...these classes will not be repeated.

And also just a reminder: Classes are available to everyone, whether you live locally or not. For more information, please call 706-321-0202.

Hope you all are having a great day!!

Thursday, January 21, 2010

For sale

One Storybook cartridge, $35 (cash only). The cartridge came as part of an Expression bundle, so it does not have the blister packaging. But it has not been used or linked to a Gypsy. It comes in it's original box with the booklet, overlay and the cartridge itself.

This cartridge has alot of elegant images such as swirls, flourishes, etc. It also has a beautiful font which would be perfect for your Valentine's Day pictures!!

If you would like this, please stop by the Shoppe.

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

New online class...

A new online class is now up at the Shoppe and ready for sign ups. You may remember last year I taught a class called "Toad-ally Loveable". Well, the response to it was so good that I decided to do a second version: "My Heart Leaps 4 U". If you liked the first, you will probably love this one as well. And if you missed out last time, now's your chance!

Kits will be available for pick up on Feb. 13th. For those not familiar with our online classes, in each kit you will receive the website address as well as a password to that particular class. There you will find pictures and directions to make this fun two page layout. Here is a picture of what the class project will be:

If you're interested, please don't wait to sign up. Seats are going very quickly for this one!

Hope you enjoy it! :o)

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

For all you Cricuteers out there...

I have some exciting news to share! I have decided to start a blog specifically for my Cricut creations. Most of these projects will be layouts, with a few exceptions. The directions will be there for you as well...all free of charge! The only thing I ask is the same I require for this blog: Any of my work found here or at "Cricut Cuteness" should only be used in your personal albums.

Once I learn the ins and outs of my video camera, I hope to put some video tutorials there as well. I plan to put a new project up fairly regularly, so if you'd like to follow, here is the link:

I should also mention that this blog will remain active as well. Whenever you're looking for any information on my classes, etc., you will only find it here. "Cricut Cuteness" is just something extra I've decided to hopefully provide some inspiration as well as keep me motivated in my own personal scrapbooking.

Have a great evening and hope to see you at my new spot! :o)

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Over at Pooh Corner... will find this cute new layout! It's our class scheduled for the afternoon of Feb. 20th. It's hard to see from the picture but it includes a very touching quote:
"If you live to be a hundred, I want to live to be a hundred minus one day, so that I never have to live without you." ~ Winnie the Pooh

A couple of things to note:

First, the stickles that I used for the dripping honey will not be included with the class supplies. So, if you would like to do this, please either bring yours to class, or let Cheryl know you would like to order some. The color I used was "Crystal". Because this is a clear glitter glue, it is versatile enough to work with any colored cardstock. So, in addition to this class project, you're sure to get lots of other uses out of it.

Second, please bring your inks and/or chalks with you to class. The other tool I used and would like to recommend is this:I have found this tool to be worth it's weight in gold when it comes to inking! Because it has a handle, no more getting your hands covered with ink. And as much as I love the cat's eye ink pads, I find they can come apart in pieces when trying to apply ink to my page. These foam pads hold up remarkably well. When you're done, simply peel the foam pad from base (it's attached with velcro). Add another foam pad and you're ready for your next project! Super simple!! I absolutely love mine and highly recommend it.
The applicator itself retails for $4.99. And I believe it comes with two foam pads. Refill foam pads come 10 to a pack for $4.99. If you think you'd like to order one for yourself, call the Shoppe to order one today! (706) 321-0202.
And also, just a quick reminder of our round-about class on January 16th. The class fee is $45 for four two page layouts! The "You Melt My Heart" pages featured below is what you will be making at my booth. Hope to see you there!
Hope you all had a wonderful Christmas...and that your New Year is a very blessed one!