Feels like SUNSHINE Online Class Supply List
In March, I was scheduled to teach a new mini-book workshop in Portland, OR. I was really excited, and planned to repeat the class here in my SLC studio!
And then it happened… the Pandemic changed everything and ruined all our plans! I decided not to let the Coronavirus win, and I made the workshop into a self-paced, binge worthy online class that ANYONE could attend! CLICK FOR THE ONLINE CLASS
In this online workshop, you will learn to make 2 mini-books from scratch using just the basics! No fancy tools required! CLICK HERE
The two books use very similar techniques, with small differences! When you make both books, you definitely reinforce what you have learned and you will be ready to recreate the same mini-book format over and over again! They make delightful gifts! and the perfect little collection of memories!
With weddings, graduation, mothers and fathers day, summer fun all on the horizon… I always say that memories make the very best gifts!
The class is a total of 8 videos. The instruction is clear, easy to follow, and something you can start to finish in and hour or two! Once you purchase the class you can watch and re-watch as many times as you like! pause and rewind… start over… and ENJOY the process!
I have used my new ART WALK paper collection to create these books, but you can use ANY paper and embellishments of your choice! It’s the perfect opportunity to dig into your stash!
Here’s the supply list of exactly what I used if some retail therapy is in order:
12×12 Art Walk paper:
You could also use the PROJECT pad– it doesn’t have the exact same papers, but you could certainly put these lovely pieces to work! The Art Walk project pad has 2 colors of alpha stickers, 2 colors of glitter paper, 2 sheets of vellum, printed and solid papers.
Art Walk Thickers (chipboard alphabet)
Art Walk Sticker set (8 sheets)
of course you will also need BASIC supplies for paper crafting this project:
Paper Trimmer (I like this Fiscars trimmer)
Scissors… These are my favorite
Bone folder (Mine is a million years old)
110 grit sand paper (for distressing)
Stamping block/inks if you are using clear stamps!